Do you break out into a sweat when you have to read in English? Staring at a page full of unfamiliar words can be overwhelming, even for the most confident of readers. Here are five useful tips that can help make reading a rewarding experience rather than a dreaded chore.
Can't find the time to study English? If life's so hectic it seems you have no time to spare, the good news is you don't need to be a full time student to learn a language. Put these top ten tips to use, and fit English into your schedule no matter how busy you are.
It's Saturday morning. Sunlight streams through your window; you slowly stretch and open your eyes. You're exhausted from a busy week and wish you could stay in bed all day. But you know you shouldn't waste time – you ought to get up and study English. If only there was a way to do both …
But there is! In fact, there are a number of ways to practice and study English while lazing in bed.
Maybe you've been planning to study English. Or maybe you just want to improve your skills. But you've been putting it off. It takes so much work, and you don't have the time. Or do you? What if it was possible to improve your English in just three minutes a day? Would you believe it?
Cat got your tongue? Are you tongue-tied? If so, you're probably just shy. These idioms refer to what happens when you want to speak but just can't get your tongue around the words. Will you ever be able to speak confidently? Of course! Here are some techniques that'll make it easier to overcome your shyness.