1.Do work with small sets of words. When you are trying to learn new words, don’t work from a giant list of vocabulary. Learn only a few words at a time and do not move on until you really know those words.
2.Do label everything in your home. Put a label on everything in your home to help you learn those words. This will teach you to think of the image when you see the word, instead of translating everything in your head.
3.Do make use of Google Images. Google image search is a great way to learn nouns (and some other types of words) in a language. Search new words in the image search tool and the pictures that show up will help you learn!
4.Don’t try to learn with flashcards. Generally, you should not use flashcards with only words (with the English word on one side and your word on the other). This teaches you to translate everything inside your head, making you slow to understand the English you hear. Instead, try to learn the English word with a sound or picture.
5.Don’t focus too much on grammar. The thing about English is that most people don’t speak with perfect grammar and few people even speak with good grammar. If you spend all of your time trying to learn the grammar, you’ll waste a bunch of time. Speak incorrectly: it’s ok! Someone will correct you and you’ll learn over time. Eventually it will sound right and you won’t even have to think about it.
6.Don’t be afraid to try! The most important part of learning a language quickly is to just speak it. Just use your language skills as much as you can. Don’t worry about being wrong or not saying something correctly. Not using your skills makes you learn so much slower. Just speak! You can do it!
7.Play MMO games. MMOs are video games that you play online with other people. You can choose to play with people in English-speaking countries, which will give you the chance to talk with them and learn from them. Try playing Guild Wars, World of Warcraft, or The Elder Scrolls Online.
8.Find an online pen-pal. Pen-pals are people trying to learn your language that you write letters (or emails) to and they write back. You write half of your letter in your native language so that they can practice and half in English so that you can practice. You can talk about whatever you want! There are many websites that can help you find an online pen-pal.
9.Sing songs. Learning and singing songs is another good way to make your English better. This will help you learn the sounds of English (rhymes will help your pronunciation). It will also help improve your vocabulary. Find a song you like, learn it, and learn what the lyrics mean.
10.Write in a journal. This will force you to practice your writing and vocabulary. It will also force you to practice making new sentences, instead of just repeating sentences you already know. You can keep a diary of your day. You should also keep a small journal where you write down new words when you hear or see them.
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