How can i improve my writing in English?
I think the best way to improve your writing is by copying out texts for a book, magazine ect; and eventually you'll notice your handwriting has improves by miles. :)
Student: #1 Identity something written in English, and be certain that you fully comprehend it. #2 The level that you fully comprehend is the level you can write. #3 When you find something written in English that you do not completely understand, you have reached the limit of your reading and writing comprehension. #4 If you can effectively write, at the vocabulary level of "The Cat In The Hat" it is time to advance your reading material. #5 Spoken English, and written English vocabularies, are entirely different. The written is far more complex, both as to its conceptions and precision. For example, you can take some sort of course in English, that is at the level of Tourist Travel. Learning so speak English in a dialogue, requires more study. Learning to communicate ideas, and engage in written correspondence requires further study beyond the spoken expertise. I suggest you identify what your Reading level is in Written Communications. From there, it may be presumed that you can also write fluently at that level. Then you can read something specific, slightly more advanced in vocabulary, and discuss it with an English friend on Skype or one of the other media, to improve your understanding. I propose that you advance your knowledge by the specific study of specific written works. Childrens books are the best place to start. After that, there are levels of difficulty in written materials that you can study.---Warm Regards, Bruce
I think that many people say that the best way to learn how to write is to READ - READ - READ. When you read a lot, you start getting ideas about how other people write. Then, of course, you must WRITE - WRITE - WRITE. And then ask someone (here at italki?) to check your writing. Some people say the hardest thing to write is one good sentence. For example, many learners write something like this: "I am going to tell you about my trip to Paris last year." Of course, it is absolutely unnecessary to write that. You should simply write something like "I visited Paris last year." P.S. I congratulate you on the excellent title of your thread. But you must remember that we ALWAYS capitalize the personal pronoun "I" in English. Oh, yes. One other thing: we need to write something many times. Many students think that they can take a pen, write something on a sheet of paper, and then give it to the teacher. It is necessary to write several drafts. That is, you quickly write something. Then you read it and make changes. Then you read it again and make more changes. If you are lucky, after three drafts, maybe you will be ready to write the final draft (copy). Read it out loud to yourself. Does the rhythm sound right? Are the sentences too long? Did you use the right words? Good writing is HARD work.
make a daily or weekly journal. For example, how was your day? what have you done? what did you like/dislike? what do you think? it's so helpful
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