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    #1

    Question HOW TO LEARN ENGLISH

    WHEN I READ IT,I FOUND IT DIFFICULT,AND LISTENING IS ALSO HARD FOR ME

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    Re: HOW TO LEARN ENGLISH

    That's only natural- learning a language takes time and practice.

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    Re: HOW TO LEARN ENGLISH

    Hi, there.
    I am not a teacher, just a guy who's struggling with my English like you.
    And here I have got some experience and may take some advices to you that at least working for me.
    At first you have to answer yourself what is the purpose of learning English?
    In my own belief you cannot learn English "just in case", you do need a motivation. For myself I've chosen that I want to use English like my native lnaguage in the sense of having no language barrier at all. Because I want to live in New York for some time. Because I want communicate to people of another cultures in English at ease. Because I want spend a lot of time travelling around the world. Of course, my goal is quite difficult and it will take a long time to get done but that insipire me. Choose some motivation for you. You must really want it.
    If you read and find it difficult don't panic. Studying is continuous proccess and all what you need is to increase your vocabulary day by day. Even learning 5 new words a day will get you to 1825 at the end of year. Some say that 1000 words are enough to everyday life speaking. Stop reading text in your native language whenever it possible. Listening, listening and once more listening but without text in English. You may listen to the radio or watch films in English without subtitles. Be patient and don't worry about misunderstanding. Afterwards you may look at subtitle.

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