• Five tips to learn English once and for all

Five tips to learn English once and for all

If you are a person who studied English all your life and not end up conversing fluently, he gives you stage fright communicate in that language, or feel that they simply "do not enter", forget about all your previous experiences and changes the chip.

As important as choosing the right system or program for you it is to try not to limit yourself to practice English only in the classroom but to appropriate your learning and take it to your everyday life.

Escobar mine, operating manager of Speak Up, English language school specializing in communication methods (conversation), shares the five tools that complemented the study, you will come to terms with English and learn once and for all.

1. Surround yourself with the language.

We've all heard cases of friends who learned English to go to other English-speaking countries.

The reason this works is that they are surrounded by English. Read a word in the market, see again in school, you hear it again on TV and somebody says in the bank. Try to reproduce this situation with small things at your fingertips.

For example, you can change the language of your phone or computer to English. As tools you already know, you can continue to use English without this meaning a larger problem, which will allow you to learn new vocabulary and become familiar with it.

2. Go English TV.

There are many exercises that can be done to watch TV and many students wonder what to do: If you see it with subtitles in English or Italian, if you see it first in English and then in Italian, or what kind of programs do.

All this depends on what you want to achieve. As a teacher, I can design a class to develop or acquire listening comprehension vocabulary using television. But whatever skill you want to practice, the most important thing is to choose a TV program appropriate to your level. Remember, we only learn what we understand.

If your level is basic to intermediate, choose short programs and avoid movies. A film requires more effort and may miss, which could lead to demotivation. Choose programs on friends or family in everyday situations.

Avoid using stilted series or technical vocabulary. Use English subtitles. Although not understand it all, the information shall be settled and ideally avoided at all costs depend on the translation. You will discover new words to hear them and have a re-reading them encouragement.

3. Read different sources on the same subject.

Reading is the source of our adult vocabulary. Reading learn to write and even speak, so reading is a great tool. As with television, the challenge is to choose appropriate readings.

Once you know your level, choose texts according to the correct classification. And here's a tip: read several different sources on the same topic. This will give you more wealth and allow you to repeat without getting bored.

4. Focus on the message, not in the way.

One of the problems of traditional English training is that too much emphasis is given to grammar and very little communication. Remember your goal: to communicate. It is not being a specialist in this pluperfect.

Children talk without knowing what a noun. Even you speak without thinking you're using the subjunctive. If you look at what goes through your mind when trying to speak English, it is very likely that you find yourself thinking about grammar. This delays the message and, in many cases, interrupts.

5. Take advantage of opportunities to speak.

This is key. For swimming, you have to jump into the water; to speak English, you have to speak English. Search for friends to practice speaking English or choose educational programs that emphasize conversation and offer small groups. If you travel frequently, do not look to the Latin seller, dare to speak the native.

This is scary, but try to see it as an adventure and fun. The more you practice, your silent period (the time in which the student listens until it is ready to talk) will pass and the initial fear will disappear.

Speak Up

English school for children and adults. Based on the guidelines of the Common European Framework, Speak Up has developed a comprehensive method that allows students to achieve communication through writing, reading, listening, and more importantly, conversation, leaving aside the old, and failed, grammatical approach. Speak Up Method proposes a unique system that allows children and adults to speak English naturally based on real situations.

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