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Improving Your Learning Skills as You Learn English Language

By Tlb

A person’s interest to learn English language is practically not enough to let that learner become skillful. When you really want to be from a person who knows little of English to become a person who is excellently fluent in English, you have to do something. You can’t just expect that interest to push you further to your learning. Remember, this always—always take a process.

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If you are really that interested, you will not settle for something that you will not exert effort at. A doctor did not eventually become a very good doctor. It took time for him to acquire skills and he spent money, effort, sleepless nights, tiring days, and everything just to be what he is now. This is also the same with English language learning. If you don’t do anything, you won’t go anywhere.

So learning skills is really involved in this particular issue. And good news if you are hesitatingly pursuing such learning, your skill will be improved if you will really make the effort. When you decide you learn effectively, you have to do the following things:

Motivate yourself

A certain article posted the following questions below as self-evaluation especially when time comes you feel frustrated and wanting to give up. Here are the lists:

  • Why do I need to learn/improve English?
  • Where will I need to use English?
  • What skills do you need to learn/improve? (Reading/Writing/Listening/Speaking)
  • How soon do you need to see results?
  • How much time can you afford to devote to learning English?
  • How much money can you afford to devote to learning English?
  • Do you have a plan or learning strategy?

Set yourself achievable goals

You must have thought that the longer hours you spend in studying, the more you can convince yourself that you have achieved your goal. Well, that’s not always the point. It would have even been better if you take a shorter time consistently. So to name some goals, you might want to try these for considerations:

  • Take English course Miami – a virtual one or a real one (and attend regularly).
  • Do your homework.
  • Read a book or a comic every month.
  • Learn a new word every day.
  • Visit an English speaking forum every day.
  • Read a news article on the net every day.
  • Do 10 minutes listening practice every day.
  • Watch an English film at least once a month.
  • Follow a soap, comedy or radio or TV drama.

So be responsible when you really are interested to learn English. Procrastination may come and rise, but when you develop firmly your learning skills, everything will just flow smoothly.

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