October 19, 2007

Learning English Though Reading

When people talk about learning English, I think everyone has his own way to learn. There are many different way to learn. But what I like is doing lots of reading. 

I like to read some newspapers, magzine, novel in English becasue it's very interesting and I can learn many phrase or some new words from  these text.  When I'm reading, I would use the British way to think something. I can change the way which I used to.

Moreover, What I learned from newspaper or magzine, it's not only the language, but also the British culture. When I listen to native speaker chatting, I can understand them more clear, and I also can find some thing which they would interest in. That's very significant when we talk with somebody.

The most important thing is I can learn how to write. I think writting is quite difficult when you learn a secondary language. If you didn't read anything and didn't try to remeber anything, you won't write down anything.

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  1. Tilly Harrison

    Dear Chen Yi,
    I don’t know how I missed commenting on this blog entry before – sorry! What you say here is very sensible. Lots of reading certainly is an excellent method to improve. As you say it not only helps your language but also gives you information about British culture. Writing is difficult as you say – it is for native speakers, so it is bound to be worse for learners of English. However practising by writing a diary or blog will help a lot – keep it up!

    22 Dec 2007, 22:38

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