Learning English is not always easy, here are some little tips that can help you to succeed
TARGETS : Set small, achievable targets
-Learn 10 new English words or phrases every day, Mondays to Fridays (repeat on Saturdays, relax on Sundays);
-Read the lyrics of an English song every week and try to understand its main content;
-Read and try to understand one short English text every week
Reaching your target step by step is much better than setting a huge target that you cannot achieve.
MOTIVATION is half the work
TRY TO FIND A POSITIVE ASPECT TO STUDYING
Why not watch your favourite film in English and write down some useful words or phrases that you want to remember?
You could also read the lyrics of Top 10 songs and try to understand what they are about.
This sure is good for your vocabulary and on top of that – it’s lots of fun.
Always look on the bright side of life
Meet friends and study English together.
You can repeat your English vocabulary, do your homework together and help each other with English grammar. Studying with friends simply is much more fun.
It’s also a good opportunity to exchange ideas on studying in general. Maybe your friends have found out about a good way of studying more effectively. Or, who knows, maybe you can advise your friends on this?
LEARN ENGLISH EVERY DAY
How many English words can I learn per day?
5 English words or phrases per day aren’t too many, are they? Just give it a try. You will find that you can learn them in next to no time.
So why not take a little time each day (Monday to Friday) to learn 5 new words?
Use the weekend to revise what you have learned during the past week(s). This way you’ll enrich your English vocabulary by 25 new words per week.
STOP COMPARING TO YOUR NATIVE LANGUAGE
Directly connect meaning with English words! Watch this video for some advice