78 – Study Tips to Improve English

MichaelAD Studying, TOEIC, TOEFL 1 Comment

Reading will help review grammar and vocabulary!

Reading will help review grammar and vocabulary!

How can you improve and enhance your English skills? For today’s English lesson, I’d like to give you some tips to help you study effectively and take your English to the next level.

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Comments 1

  1. Whith regard to listening, my problem, in terms of improving listening skills, is how to get the most of podcasts – not something so easy that gets me bored, but not so difficult that makes me feel demotivated.
    Some people say we should listen to only we can understand most – say 90 to 95% – what is said, otherwise would be a waste of time.
    Others, however, claim that, as long as the subject are interesting to the learners, we should listen to virtually everything, even not understanding much, in order to get in touch with the intonation and ryhtm of the language.
    What’s your take on that!?
    Thanks Sergio

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