How can I learn English ?
I want to learn English. Do I memorize words, phrases or grammar?
Jun 17, 2020 6:52 PM
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I would suggest you search "lexical approach"
This basically means you learn parts of the language which you'd use whenever you need
"hey, what's up!" => you learn, and learn this until you know it and when the moment comes your brain triggers this phrase without even knowing. You'll end up knowing "chunks" of language that you can later use on your every day encounters

Hope that helps

Cheers !

June 17, 2020
Hey!! I'm Sam. I appreciate more the others's advise and i encourage you to follow them. As for me, It will be mastering first grammaticals rules and using them in forming your own phrases. 👍👍
June 18, 2020
I recommend listening to English songs and singing along :)
June 18, 2020
I have a couple tips that I used for learning English:
1. Memorize as many words/phrases as possible (I used to memorize 20+ a day). This will help you understand the context of the sentences even if you don't understand the grammar.
2. Learn the basics about English grammar, but don't focus too much on it, otherwise it may just confuse you more.
3. Watching video on YouTube in English, and turn on English subtitles at the same time. Make sure to write down any words/phrases you don't know, and memorize/practice them. Shorter videos are always better than longer videos/shows/movies to start with, so you don't have to constantly pause it.
4. Talking to a native speaker regularly alway helps a lot too!
I hope this helps!
Let me know if I can help you learn more English 🙂
June 17, 2020
Try using Duolingo or Clozemaster (with an Arabic base) and build up enough English vocabulary + phrases. Once you have a enough words/concepts, learn to put words/sentences together using grammar. Listen to English podcasts (simple), read simple English sites like breakingnewsenglish, and watch English YouTube videos that are designed for foreigners (you can find them in Arabic). The most important thing is that you understand what is being said/read. Then, slowly learn more vocabular/grammar/phrases, learning harder things over time. You can try and find a conversation partner here who is an English speaker that wants to learn Arabic. If not, buying a tutor/teacher's time may be worth it, but do all the work you can on your own first so that the teacher has something to work with.
June 17, 2020
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Arabic, English
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