1) Make English Friends

Find ways to make English part of your everyday life. Find ways to meet native English-speakers. You can do this by joining sport and social clubs, or arranging language exchanges. Or you can find a study partner to practice English together. You can meet regularly to speak English and You can motivate each other when you find difficulties while learning the English language.

2) Learning new words on a daily basis

Keep a list of new words and try to use the new words in conversations. Listen to Popular English songs or read English books. While reading, you can write down words that you find difficult to pronounce or you wish to understand. Some people learn best by listening, others learn best by writing. You cannot know which learning tips and methods will work best for you until you know which kind of learner you are.

3) Get online!

Use online dictionaries. Many dictionary websites have so much benefits to offer a learner. Online dictionaries often have interesting word-related blogs, games you can play and “word of the day” that teaches you a new English word every day. Explore dictionary websites such as Vocabulary.com and Dictionary.com. You will find a lot of resources and things to do or read that can help you learn new words.

4) The more you speak, the easier it gets!

Sometimes it can be difficult to put all those rules and words together into a simple sentence. Don’t let the fear of saying something wrong stop you from speaking at all. Don’t Be Afraid to Make Mistakes and Learn from Everyone. Imagine how you would feel if someone asked you, in your native language, how to pronounce something? Would you be angry? No! You’d probably be happy to help, just like most English-speakers are happy to help you.

5) Travel and explore English speaking countries such as Malta!

Find out about the people and the culture of English-speaking countries. Learning a language is not just about grammar and vocabulary: it’s about communicating with people who have different ways of thinking as well as speaking. When you are learning new words, keep in mind which country you plan to visit, live in or work in. You should learn British English if you plan to go to England, American English if you plan to go to America, and so on.


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