There are tons of ways you can learn the English language. The best ones are usually the easiest ways, and you would be surprised at all the interactive ways people have learned the English language. Since we love teaching people English, we are hoping you will find some helpful tips in our list.

  1. Slow down when you speak

 Start reading English books and subtitlesThe issue most people have when they learn a new language is that they want to say the whole sentence as fast as possible and then their brain freezes. Slow down! Take your time, think about the word you want to say, try to remember it or picture it in a sentence and your brain will learn to connect it faster. The more you practice slow talk, the sooner you will speak in no time flat.

  1. Start reading English books and subtitles

If you are learning English, it’s smart to start reading things that you are passionate about in that language. If you like crime drama read a book about a detective, if you don’t like reading or don’t have that much time, watch your show, but don’t put your mother tongue subtitles, put on the English ones. The more you force your brain to read in English the easier it will be for him to pronounce all the English words and will learn to connect it to an appropriate situation.

  1. Start labeling things in your home

If you are learning English and you are having troubles with some basic words, you can maybe start marking stuff around your home, so how you would read a bed a couch or the windows in English can really get your brain going when it comes to focusing on the names of those things in English. If you are having trouble with words that are not in your home, then put a sticker on your fridge. If you can have a sticker on your fridge for every word you are having trouble with you will learn to say and write those words 100% faster if you stick them to the refrigerator.

  1. Start speaking English with your friends


If you are learning English and you have friends that know to speak English ask them to speak English with you. This will help your brain to connect words and to think of sentences faster. The more you talk with the people around you, the more comfortable you will be when you actually have to speak with a native English speaker.

  1. Listen to British and English music

Music is just words for your soul, but if those words can be in the English language you can benefit from it! Put on some music that you enjoy and make sure it’s either in American or English so you can sing along and learn to pronounce words that are in those songs. This will help you learn many new words and speak them fluently.

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