Tell me how you learned English? Hello good people

Tell me how you learned English (for non-native speakers), and what is the best way to learn english.

Thanks advance

May 21, 2019 12:43 AM
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Watch your favorite english movies/shows and talk with people. It's much more easier to retain what you've learned this way. Then your will perfect your grammar through classes.
May 21, 2019
Yeah,  I agree with Biruk, it's about watching things, TV shows are ideal, because they keep your attention and you watch regularly. And it's about speaking with people and you need to study grammar and vocabulary in classes,  at least up to a certain level.

It might be useful to have conversation lessons with someone who can actually explain grammar if you come to a problem. Even when it's a conversation lesson,  a qualified teacher usually knows how to correct the mistakes without discouraging you from talking and how to introduce new phrases and vocabulary without you really noticing that you are being supplied new expressions to learn.

People usually prefer conversation with a native speaker,  but unless you are C1 or C2 already,  you might benefit more from a qualified teacher,  no matter if they are a native speaker or not.

Good luck!
May 21, 2019

I watch a lot of TV series and when I watch, I usually spend 4-8 hours just watching American TV series when I was a kid. 

I always practice making sentences using words that I learned. I use a variety of methods such as watching BBC or CNN. I took numerous training as well and then I worked for an American company for several years before I became a teacher. I basically made English a part of my life. Consistency is the key. 😊👍 Find what works for you. It can be a combination of reading, listening and speaking. I also had an American teacher who trained me for my IELTS test. It is important to invest in learning. So, I also spent money of course.

May 21, 2019
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Arabic (Gulf), English
Learning Language