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10 Tips to Self Study English Effectively

10 Tips to Self Study English Effectively

Learning English can be a daunting task, but it can also be super fun and rewarding! Here are 10 tips to help you study English more effectively:

1. Always Have a Reason for Learning Something

 It’s always more motivating when you know why you’re learning something. For example, if your friend is going to the United States for a holiday, you might want to learn some American phrases to help you when you visit them. Or maybe your boss is taking everyone on a business trip to America and you want to impress your co-workers by speaking English with them! Learning another language is extremely beneficial in today’s globalized society.

2. Get out There and Use it

The best way to learn a language is to use it! If you want to improve your English skills, try watching English movies and TV shows. You can also try making some new friends who live in America or England. Of course, the Internet has made this extremely easy for people all over the world and you can find and connect with people for free! Try messaging an American or British person online and see where it goes. They might give you great advice about learning the language too!

3. Have Fun with it

If English becomes a chore, you’re not going to enjoy studying! Watching movies in English is fun because they tend to be fast-paced and exciting. You can also study English while playing games like scrabble, crosswords and word jumbles too.

4. Make Time for Learning

You can find time in your schedule to learn some English if you make it a priority! Try waking up 10 minutes earlier than usual or staying on the computer an extra 30 minutes after work. If there’s something that you want to do, then you will always find the time to practice English with us at LingoCards!

5. Practice Makes Perfect

It doesn’t matter how much you know either – just get out there and speak! Even if you only know 5 words in another language, it’s better than not knowing any at all so try putting them together and making some new sentences. And if you make a mistake, don’t be afraid to laugh it off and try again!

6. Stay Positive

LingoCards always aim to have positive feedback so take advantage of this in your studies too! You can also stay motivated by trying out our free online flashcard games . If you’re having trouble with something, come back later when you feel more confident – there’s no rush at all!

7. Watch the Word Meanings

When you see an unknown word or phrase, always look it up in a dictionary or ask someone else about it! Do whatever you need to do to understand what that word means because when you speak English, other people will expect you to know what you’re talking about.

8. Keep Track of Your Progress

Tracking your progress can be extremely rewarding! Why not try some basic word charts or using LingoCards to make some flashcards for yourself? Or maybe some people like to keep a diary with their thoughts and feelings about learning English – find what works best for you!

9. Look out for Others

 Don’t be afraid to speak up if you notice someone making mistakes with English vocabulary either! It’s always good to let someone know when they’ve made a mistake because it will help them improve their skills too. If you need an example, check out our post on common error verbs vs regular verbs . We would love for everyone who visits LingoCards to get involved with the community too!

10. Always Try New Things

Don’t be afraid to try new ways of learning English. You never know what might work for you until you give it a go! It’s all about trying something different and if it works, keep doing it but if it doesn’t, try something else! If you’re still looking for some inspiration, check out our blog posts or subscribe to our YouTube channel ! We also have a free app that helps learners practice their English vocabulary – download LingoCards for iPhone , Android or Windows devices today!

So next time your teacher takes an interest in how well everyone is doing in class, make sure you respond positively by putting in 100% effort! Do what you need to do get better at English and have fun with it too!

About Thu Ha

My name’s Thu Ha. I got married and had one daughter, I’m living in Hoan Kiem District. I have 10 years experience in Marketing field and I’m a group leader of GMC company. I’m friendly and kind to help other people. I like dealing with difficult problems and challenged issues. I’m rather serious I work and can work under high pressure.

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