What is efficiently learning English method?

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bumsikjo

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I'm studing English. But my English ability is low and I'm so tired more and more. I know that language is not improving for short time. Time has past 6 months since I started to study English. Maybe I think that my studying method have to be corrected. What shoud I do? Nowadays I have studied English going English institute..I have a lot of homework and task almost everyday, so I donot have my private studing time...It's my lame excuse, But If you know efficiently learning English method, tell me, please? I will wait your intellectual response....
 

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I don't agree that your English ability is low. For one thing, I understand what you are saying. Also, you have surely come a long way from when you didn't know anything about it.

I will make my advice general. First, be patient with yourself. It is not unusual for someone to reach a point where he doesn't seem to be making much progress. Second, take every opportunity to practice what you know.

If you think it will help, I will correct any errors I find in your postings.

Your English is much better than my Korean will ever be. :wink:

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Thank you very much, RonBee!!

Thank you, RonBee...Are you English teachter now? I'm glad meet you and thanks your response!
 

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Hello, and welcome to the forum! :D

I agree with RonBee; your English is not as bad as you think.

You could take a quick look at this article written by one of our staff members here (CitySpeak). It's called Taking Control of the English Language and gives a lot of good advice.

We'll be here to answer any questions you have, and we will try and help you in every way we can, so come back and ask us questions here at the forum.

Good luck. :wink:
 

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Some of your writing is very good- I liked your use of the phrase 'lame excuse'. :D
 

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Re: Thank you very much, RonBee!!

bumsikjo said:
Thank you, RonBee...Are you English teachter now? I'm glad meet you and thanks your response!

Thank you, RonBee. Are you an English teacher now? I'm glad to meet you, and thanks for your response.

You're welcome, of course. As for being an English teacher, I try to help ESL learners improve their English, but that is only on the forums. I'll be looking forward to your participation here.

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