October 16, 2007

Learning English without fear

When people learn a new language the biggest problem is their own fear. They worry that they won't say things correctly so they don't talk at all. In my opinion,the fastest way to learn is to do it  again and again until you get it right. Learning English requires practice. Don't let a little fear stop you from getting what you want. No fear just do it.

The best way to learn English is to surround yourself with English. Watch more English like news, movies and television. For me, Listening and speaking with native speakers as much as possible is the first choose to learn English. Speak English with your flatmates whenever and whereever you can. The more English around you, the faster you will learn and the more likely it is that you will begin thinking in English.

If you ask me which is my favourite way of learning vocabulary, that is learning new words through English films, music and television. This is not only a fun to learn but also very effective. By watching English films (especially those with English subtitles) you can expand your vocabulary and follow the flow of speech from the actors. If you listen to the news you can also hear different accents. Music can be a very effective method of learning English. In fact, it is often used as a way of improving comprehension learning through English films, music and television. This way you can practice your listening and reading at the same time.

In a word, Learning English must base on grammar and vocabulary. Some times doing exercises just way to practise, you can really improve your English level without fear, believe yourself, just do it. That's it !


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  1. oh, you must be a good learner….lol

    16 Oct 2007, 22:54

  2. bing

    try

    19 Oct 2007, 01:45

  3. Tilly Harrison

    Hi Xu Kai,
    I don’t know why I didn’t comment on this before – sorry! You have written a thoughtful and clear discussion of ways of learning English, and your own English is accurate too – well done! However it sounds like you are giving advice to others rather than expressing your own feelings about learning English. What works well for you personally? Why? What do you find difficult?

    22 Dec 2007, 22:22


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