瑞士的旋律
what's the right way to learn a language? i have learnt english for years. but up to now i cant speak it well.i have used different ways to learn but doesn't bring about good effect. could u give me some advice
Apr 13, 2011 12:44 PM
Answers · 7
The solution is pretty simple, even if it requires a little bit of self-discipline and steadiness: buy a method and learn a lesson everyday (everyday!) during approximatively 3 months. 20 minutes for each lesson seems enough to master pretty well the chosen language. Anyway, your brain can't memorize things well if you work too much. So learn little by little, at your own pace, but EVERYDAY ! Reading newspapers, watching news and chatting with native speakers will also help you a great deal. One more little tip: if you want to watch a film, watch it in your native language but with the subtitles of the language you are learning. This way, you will memorize a lot of grammatical structures without efforts. It really works.
April 13, 2011
Here are some easy steps for learning English for free using Italki resources. 1. Find Language Partners - Click on 'Language Partners' to find a native speaker to practice oral communication or just to learn about other cultures. 2. Ask Questions - Have something specific you don't understand about another language? Click on Answers and get free help from the italki member community. 3. Discuss in Groups - Click on 'Groups' if you want to ask for help or offer help in a language. You can also discuss issues like culture, arts, society, travel or anything else you can think of. 4. View and Download Free Language Learning Resources - Click on 'Knowledge' and 'Resources' to get textbooks, podcasts, notes and other helpful guides. 5. Find a Language Teacher - You can find a professional teacher when you click on 'Language Teachers' to formally instruct you. Or you can hire a tutor to help you with your homework or materials. 6. Write a Notebook entry - Get helpful corrections from other native speakers for you Writing. Good luck !!!
April 13, 2011
You need to practice speaking it. Why not do a short Tourist guide's course? Then you can work part time, practise English and earn extra money.
April 18, 2011
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瑞士的旋律
Language Skills
Chinese (Mandarin), English, French
Learning Language
English, French