? Are you ready to work hard to learn English❓
Everything you learn needs a record, a practice and a workout, so does learning English requires.
The fifth tip is about recording the new words you learn and then using them as often as possible in your conversations.
How do you do that?
Isn’t it very difficult to even look for a difficult word’s meaning in the dictionary as you read a book?
But everything requires hard work. You got to do this.
The hard way may be cumbersome but only in the beginning. Once you master this language, trust me, you’ll always remember the path you had taken. That’s the beauty of the journey of whatever you do in life.
So keep anything with which you can feel handy, a note pad and a pen or a mobile, whatever you can easily have access to, for recording at least three new words every day. Then use them as much as possible in your written and oral conversations. Become comfortable with those words and keep adding three new words every day.
I am sharing with you #101TipsToLearnEnglish, with one tip every day, so that you could become effective enough in this, at least as a second language.
This initiative would continue to run in all possible forms of learning modes, even after 101 days. Audios, Videos and of course eBooks would be brought before you, to help you learn this funny, yet the most important language in the world.
#NotForAll This initiative is not for those who know this language really well or even those who know mildly good enough to transact. They can ignore.
#TargetAudience : Beginners in English language. All others who find it useful but know English, I am not forbidding them to use these tips. They can.
#101TipsToLearnEnglish is being posted, with one tip every day in the morning and a repeat post in the evening.
The tips might appear simple enough to be ignored, but if you read every tip at least thrice, slowly and loudly, uttering every word and then work on that tip, diligently, you would for sure, see the improvement, you wish to bring.
#Disclaimer: These 101 tips are a work of rigorous research for which help has been taken from the already existing similar work.