How to Learn English

Some helpful tips on learning and improving your English are posted below. And of course, an extra tip is to take some of the ESL courses at a local English Language Center! Improve your reading, writing, speaking, and comprehension skills in an intimate setting with friendly, knowledgeable teachers.

Speak a little English every day. The absolute best way to learn any new language is just to speak it. It doesn't matter if you only know five English words or if you're practically fluent -- speaking English with another person is the fastest, most effective method of improving.

Work on your pronunciation. Even if you have an acceptable grasp of the English language, with good grammar and an extensive vocabulary, native English speakers may find you very difficult to understand if you don't work on your pronunciation.

Expand your vocabulary and use idiomatic phrases. The wider your vocabulary and the more English phrases you learn, the easier speaking English will become.

Attend an English class or discussion group. Another great way to incorporate some extra English conversation into your weekly routine is to sign up for a class or discussion group.

Carry a dictionary. Carrying an English dictionary with you at all times (whether it's an actual book or a phone app) can be very useful.

Read the rest of the tips here.

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