Saturday, March 29, 2008

ESL Learning: What's worked for you?

Please listen and share your opinions and ideas on this topic.

Randall

4 comments:

  1. For the past years, I have tried to listen to radio programs, reading local newspapers,and trying to talk to local people as often as possible to improve my English.And those skills have worked well on me. Now what I need to learn is to increase my vocabulary and use various speaking tactics to communicate with different people.

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  2. I've been to lots of English chat rooms where you find both native and non-native speakers of English. I've made lots of friends who are learning it and have also met native speakers of the language who are willing to help us improve our language skills. It's really worked for me.

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  3. Some of the things that I have done since last year was practicing each skills equally.Reading American newspapers, watching News,Biography and Historical channels on TV.I also test my improvement by talking and listening to native speakers.If i can understand what they are talking about and response in exchange very well,I know that I am getting better.Moreover, I understood that there is nothing but practicing and practicing and being patient.These are all things that I have done to learn English.

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  4. for me there are many methods to learn English: reading a book we loves in its original version. (as an exemple Harry Potter or Eragon, Jean Eyre) so we get vocabulary while enjoying the book and may be inconsciously learn grammar syntax. then there is medias (internet, newspapers, T.V programs, musics etc).
    personnaly i usually listen to music watch some T.V shows and go to the internet looking for the website bbc.uk.com and last things, i play a lot of adventure video games so to me, it's a good point to get some vocabulary.

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Thanks for posting a comment. I appreciate your interesting in sharing your ideas.

Best,

Randall