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Do you face difficulty in learning English? Do you keep saying to yourself “I could do much better if only if could improve my English language.”? If you have answered YES then certainly you will be looking for a solution for the same so that you can free yourself from the shackles of poor English. Here, in this article, we have explained some of the commonest problems which many of the learners across the globe face and some ways too which can make it easier fo
The pre-production phase, or silent period, is one which many beginner second-language students have had experience with. In my years teaching EFL to young learners in China and Korea, I have dealt with many students who looked completely overwhelmed by the new language. I believe the most important thing for a teacher to do is to respect this silent period as a natural phase. It is part of the development, that is the language development, that a period of input needs
English is quite a difficult language to get to grips with. Many non-native people who attempt to learn English find themselves making a few common mistakes. However, coming up against such obstacles should not deter any language students. What follows are examples of a few commonly made mistakes, which will hopefully enable students learning English to avoid or overcome them.
Learning mandarin is difficult but often worth it. The best way to go about making it easier is to study in a way that targets the reason for learning the language in the first place.
Learning English is something that you really have to do if you want to make it big in today's world. Between the type of English common in the United States and the one in the United Kingdom, most of the world's population is represented in terms of people that know how to speak the language.
One of the most important aspects of a teacher's job is to motivate students. In order for a student to be motivated, he or she must possess a desire to learn and be willing to aim this desire toward achieving academic goals. For successful student motivation to occur, a student must want to participate in the learning process.