Easy ways to practice English every day

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Sarah İngilizce
31 Ocak 2018
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Learning a language requires regular practice and revision. Learning little and often is more effective than studying for hours at a time once ever few weeks. But how do you find time to practise the language you’re learning every day? Fear not! Here are five ways you can work on your new language that you can fit easily into your day.

1. Listen up

Listening to the radio or podcasts in English is a great way to fit in extra practice as you can do this while you’re eating your breakfast, doing the ironing or on your way to work. You can either use podcasts designed for language-learners, for example, ones that teach new vocabulary or are slower than standard podcasts so they are easier to understand. More advanced learners can choose from a wide range of podcasts, and there really is something to suit every interest. The advantage of podcasts is that you can listen again if you’re having trouble understanding.

2. Post-its

This is a simple but effective way to learn vocabulary. If you’re trying to learn the names of items around the home you could label them. Don’t forget to note plural forms too! You could also turn a particular space in your home into a vocabulary-learning space. For example, stick words you’re learning on your bathroom mirror so you see them every morning and every evening. That way, you will revise them regularly without using the extra time.

3. Change your settings

Set your language on your phone, laptop and social media accounts to English. This will help you to learn vocabulary and to immerse yourself in English. Why not try writing your shopping list or notes to yourself in English too?

4. Online newspapers

Instead of reading the news in your native language, try keeping up to date in English. You can do this over breakfast or on the bus or train so it does not take extra time out of your day, and a newspaper article is a more manageable length than a whole book. Reading the news regularly will also help you improve your knowledge of countries where your target language is spoken.

5. Get speaking

The best way to practise a language is to actively use it. If you have a friend, family member or colleague who also speaks English, why not try talking to this person in English. You could agree to only speak English on certain days so that you get regular practice. It may feel odd at first, but this is a great way to keep up your speaking skills without taking up extra time in your day.

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Please note I will be unavailable for lessons 20th - 25th June. Hi, my name is Sarah and I'm from the UK. I am a CELTA-qualified English teacher and have experience working in education with people of lots of different nationalities, backgrounds and abilities. My interests include travelling, and learning about different cultures and languages. I studied German Studies at university, so I know how hard learning a language can be and understand some of the difficulties you may face. Maybe you can understand a lot and you know the grammar rules but speaking is still really difficult? Speaking is the hardest part of learning a language and that's why it's so important to practise! Conversation will play an important role in my lessons. You decide if you want to focus on general conversation, grammar or preparing for a trip. It's also important for you to feel comfortable and confident and, of course, to have fun! Just let me know what you’re interested in. I’m looking forward to getting to know you soon!
$20.00
USD/h
Flag İngilizce
Birleşik Krallık
114
İngilizce
Ana Dil
,
Almanca
C1
,
İtalyanca
A1
Please note I will be unavailable for lessons 20th - 25th June. Hi, my name is Sarah and I'm from the UK. I am a CELTA-qualified English teacher and have experience working in education with people of lots of different nationalities, backgrounds and abilities. My interests include travelling, and learning about different cultures and languages. I studied German Studies at university, so I know how hard learning a language can be and understand some of the difficulties you may face. Maybe you can understand a lot and you know the grammar rules but speaking is still really difficult? Speaking is the hardest part of learning a language and that's why it's so important to practise! Conversation will play an important role in my lessons. You decide if you want to focus on general conversation, grammar or preparing for a trip. It's also important for you to feel comfortable and confident and, of course, to have fun! Just let me know what you’re interested in. I’m looking forward to getting to know you soon!

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