For students learning a language, some books and resources will go through and advise you to learn words one by one. By this I mean there will be a long list of new words and they ask you to memorize....sounds a good an interesting way to learn? No, we don;t think so either....here are three tips on learning a new language.....
How can I improve my fluency in English? What can I do to speak English much more fluently? This was a question I had in my Question and Answers stories on my Instagram page.
Now that the whole world is practically in lockdown without much chance to socialise and go out, if you can't get to your normal social gathering or school or University, what are you going to do?
Wanting to speak English is probably the number one thing I am asked. In fact, having the opportunity to speak English came top in a recent survey of my Get English Tips Instagram community.
So, the big question is "How can I learn to speak English" The one thing that you should remember is that some people can learn a language quicker than others. So never compare yourself.
We are often asked how can it be easier to learn English. Well today we have put together our Top 5 of the Do's and Don'ts of learning English.
One thing I get asked a lot, is how can I improve my English. Everyone asks it and everyone want to know it.
I'm sure many, many people, in fact everybody wants to learn English for free. There are many, many free ESL (English as a Second Language) resources. From Tips, Images, Videos, Communities, there are millions of resources. You just have to find the ones that are good for you. Unfortunately, there aren't that many places you can go to to learn and practice English directly with someone for free.
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