Jun 25, 2014
Do you ever feel frustrated because you can’t travel to an
English-speaking country to learn English?
Today we have Ana Luiza from Ingles
She is going to offer you three tips to make it work from
3 Ways to Learn English from Home:
- Don’t only read, start with audio: Don’t
invest too much time in just reading if you don’t know the sounds
of English. It’s common for people to start with just reading but
they don’t use the audio to go with what they are reading. These
students end up having strange pronunciation because they use the
sounds of their native language. If you do this, it will be a huge
waste of time.
- Listen to things that you understand: Start
with English audio that you understand but can’t use quite yet.
Don’t focus your time on English that you don’t understand. Once
you understand something once, you need to see it again and again
and review it. You need to see it used in different contexts and
see it being used by different people. It takes time to acquire the
language. It’s a process. Don’t jump ahead and skip over
words that you think you already know.
- Start small: If you are busy and don’t have a
lot of time consume English in small chunks. Fifteen minutes a day
is great. Take small steps. Listen to English while you are
doing something else like cooking.
Ana Luiza has shown us that it is possible to get better at
English even if you can’t travel to an English-speaking
Go get started with some of these tips and techniques today!
Ana Luiza’s Bio:
Ana Luiza Bergamini is the founder of http://www.inglesonline.com.br, a website that
teaches English to Portuguese speakers with a focus on
comprehension and speaking, and features weekly tips and a podcast,
and a multimedia course of basic English.
Ana has taught English for over ten years and she now lives in
Talk to us in the comments!
Have you tried using any of these tips?
How did they work?