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What is an easy way to learn English?

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2014-07-01 10:16:08

THE EASIEST WAY TO LEARN ENGLISH is

  1. to choose to have parents whose first language is English,

    and

  2. to live with them in a country where English is the national

    language, and

  3. to mix mainly with English-speaking people.

The advantages of this method are (i) it costs nothing (ii) you

can learn in your own home and from people you know and who know

you, and (iii) you will have ample opportunities to practice your

English with native speakers of English.

IF YOUR MOTHER-TONGUE IS NOT ENGLISH, and you are unfamiliar

with English, it is not going to be easy to learn English, whatever

method you use.

To some extent, it all depends on what time you have, how

good you are at studying, and what opportunities you

have to be exposed to the English language and to talk to

English-speaking people.

Some ways to learn:

  • Live in an English-speaking country and only mix with

    English-speaking people.

    • This will be hard at first, and it takes time. But within a

      year you should have acquired a very good working knowledge of

      English.

  • Get (buy?) a language course, one that is 'interactive' so that

    you can practice your pronunciation and what you will learn.

    • This takes a lot of dedication and motivation. You MUST do at

      least 30 minutes of language learning every day.

  • Have English lessons, preferably in an English-speaking

    country.

  • Get an English tutor. If the tutor can also arrange for you to

    meet and interact with other students from other countries AND with

    native-English speakers, this will help you a lot.

LEARNING ANOTHER LANGUAGE is not easy. But with good motivation,

hard work and plenty of practice, you will be surprised to find

that it is NOT IMPOSSIBLE!

... In fact, you might even enjoy it!


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