This category includes questions and answers related to using and writing the English language properly.
Asked in English Language
Should Aramaic replace English as the international language?
Asked in English Language, Grammar
Does office is closed in preparation for holiday party make sense?
How can I get better grades on my English class?
Read! What interests you? Fiction? News? History? Religion? Something else? Read something (besides FB!) every day. Keep a book in your pocket or bag so that you can read whenever you have the chance. Read fiction. Read about religion. Read the newspaper. Read aloud to children. Try reading out loud when you're alone. When you're reading for practice, don't bother to look up the meanings of words. You'll understand the meanings of many words without having to look them up, and you'll enjoy reading more as it gets easier. Secondly, write! One of the best ways of improving your writing is to keep a notebook with you and write whenever you're waiting for something. You can write about school, work, history, religion, sports, or anything else that interests you. Try writing in a small notebook when you're waiting for something. Describe the places and people around you. Describe your feelings, wishes, fears, dreams. I personally like reading and writing stories when I don't have work to do. Give it a try! It's like swimming: the more time you spend doing it, the easier and more enjoyable it will becocme.