Learning English can be hard work. No one denies that. We offer some great Homestay English Courses here in England for you to Learn English in an English speaking country. Our language homestay course are the best in the UK. But did you know that you can also improve your English in an easy and fun way without really noticing.
Here are 8 fun way to Learn English…
1. Watch an English Film:
Do you know that just watching a film in English will help you. You can choose one of three ways. Either you can watch the film in your own language and read the English subtitles; you can listen to it in English with your own sub titles or you can just be brave and listen to it all in English – without subtitles. You will be so surprised by how many words you will recognise. Go on – be brave. Try it!
2. English Music:
Play music and try to understand what the lyrics are and mean. Play some favourite songs a few times and see how much of the song you can remember. The more you play it – the more you will remember the words and what they mean.
Jackie Verrall,MD of English Language Homestays
Read Poetry. There is some great poetry out there and if you read it slowly, you start to understand what it means and some exciting new words.
4. English Chat rooms:
Join a well regulated Chat Room – where you can speak English to lots of different people. Some of them English and some not. A great way to improve your written English, that’s for sure
5. Online English Courses:
Enrol on an online English Course where you can speak to other people also learning English.
Have some Skype Lessons. Many English teachers offer these for reasonable rates and if you use a Web Cam as well, you will find its just like talking to a friend
7. English Online Magazines and Newspapers:
Read an English on Line newspaper. What you don’t understand you can work out from the photographs.
8. Visit the Country:
Make a list of all the English speaking countries, and try to visit as many as possible. You will be amazed at the different accent there are, but all still people speaking English