What can you do to help others? In learning languages
May 19, 2010 6:50 AM
Answers · 6
Whatever others will need from me!
May 19, 2010
for me. i am not a native english speaker. maybe i need their help. the best way for me is keep learning. i can help anyboby else who interested in chinese.
May 21, 2010
Hi... You can help others if you are available for them...
May 19, 2010
- I give them useful tips on how to improve the language they are learning. - I recommend useful books that can help them learn the language. - I answer the questions that are related to the language they are learning. I usually answer the question and provide illustrative examples to make sure they understand my answer. - I help those who write a notebook entry with corrections and comments. Correcting others' mistakes helps them improve their writing skill. - I post comments and answers in some 'groups' created to learn and practice languages. I want to share my knowledge with them. - I think I'm able to make lasting impressions on my students since I have a passion for teaching some languages. - Being familiar with some languages and how these languages relate to the English language enables me to help ESL learners more effectively. - Both my experience as an English learner and my experience as an English teacher enable me to help those wishing to learn English as a second language. - Travelling abroad is a good way that can help you learn languages. But I think there are many things a person can do to learn languages without going abroad such as learning online. You can live in an English speaking country without having much contact with native speakers of English. So the best way to improve your English and especially your speaking skill is to read and listen more using some useful websites.
May 19, 2010
Hi Hisun, I have posted many contributions related to learning English here at Italki. In order to really learn a language I recommend the immersion method where you go to a country and live there and interact with native speakers on a daily basis.
May 19, 2010
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