"Learning English is something that you know you need to do. It can be a scary thing because so many students have failed to learn English fast in the past. Many students spend years studying English and almost learn nothing in the end. Here are some tips to help you learn the fastest.
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Get your mind set on your goal and keep a positive attitude throughout.
Practice your English a little everyday. Speaking the language is what will allow it to become a part of you.
Talk to English speakers. Spend time with English speakers and communicate with them using the vernacular. Not only will you be practicing your own speaking skills but you'll be picking up nuances they might have learned along the way.
Unleash your English skills to the world. When someone converses with you in English, don't hesitate to respond in kind. Start a free blog and write posts in the English language. You'll make mistakes but that will only help accelerate your development. Use the language freely and watch yourself improve by leaps and bounds."
The TOEFL Test: TOEFL (Test Of English as a Foreign Language) is a test used by many colleges, universities, government agencies and exchange and scholarship programs in the US, UK and Canada as a means of evaluating the language skills of a person whose first language is not English. You can find TOEFL study guides easily online with other recommended resources listed. You may be able to access some of the sample tests and prepare with personal study. Or you may look for a class with an instructor to help you prepare for the test.
Practice, practice and...did I mention practice?
Practice: much of the English language is idiom and can only be learned with practice. Examples: a verb can have a totally different meaning when you use it with another word. get/get up, get over, get real ; hand/hand in, hand over, hand out ; look/look up, look good, look under
Keep a translation dictionary with you at all times to translate a certain word as you hear it. This keeps learning fresh and up to date.
Don't forget that learning a new language requires a lot of regular practice. But don't give up - you'll eventually achieve your goal. You just need to practice on a daily basis. Good luck and have fun while learning!"