How to learn English effectively
How quickly would you like to learn English?
Students always want to learn a new language very fast. However, it is not easy to understand the usage of the language and big source of vocabulary in a short time. Fortunately, if you know how to schedule your learning, you will boost your English improvement just in several months.
How much time should I spend a day to learn English effectively?
A very common question by many students and the good answer is that it’s important to study English every day. However, don’t exaggerate! Study for thirty minutes every day instead of two hours once a week. Short, steady practice is much better for learning than long periods on an irregular basis. This habit of studying English every day will help keep English in your brain fresh.
Learn English with different methods of study.
Don’t just use one way to study English. Use a variety of methods which will help all the parts of your brain (multiple intelligences) help you. For example, if you are learning new vocabulary, create a word map, describe a picture, make a list and study that, type out the words five times. All of these methods together help to reinforce your learning.
Study English with Friends
There is nothing like having a few friends to study English together. You can practice the exercises together, have conversations together (in English!), and, as you study English together, help each other with exercises you may not understand.
Study English by Choosing Topics that Interest You
One of the most important things to do is to learn English effectively by using topics that you like. This will help motivate you because you will also be learning about a topic you find interesting while you study English.
Never give up.
Sometime you will feel yourself hate to learn English. You should think about the benefits of English to your future if you can speak English fluently. Try to make learning English as fun as possible. Reward youself something fun when you complete a lesson. For example: you say to yourself that if I finish this lesson, I will reward myself a fun clip to relax.