February 6, 2010

Learning English Trick I

Do you think that you can not learn a new language? Think again. Our brains retain the ability to absorb new knowledge from all kinds of our advanced far into the year. No matter what your background or past learning experience, you CAN learn to speak another language using fast techniques sixth.

There are many reasons to speak the lingua franca of others; travel, business, education, personal pleasure, even family or friends. It's not a small feat to habla espa├▒ol, parlez fran├žaise, or sprechenze Deutcsh, but the prestige, financial gain, personal satisfaction and jealousy that can be easily maintained accompanies these skills can be very useful.

But, 'Can I really develop good communication skills in a new tongue? "You may well ask. Yes, you can if you will use these 10 quick tricks to enhance your language 'learning experiences and incorporate new language into your everyday life you are.

1. Taking a short course: A number of language courses will be available in most areas at a local community college or university. Courses in continuing education departments tend to be more consumer-oriented, less academic and more focused on the needs of prospective students like you. Internet is also filled with a foreign language course offerings. You can learn Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, or Finnish via multimedia http://www.caselearning.com. The Definitive Guide Worldwide Learning Thai Learning Thai Language and Culture is online at: http://study-thai.com if you up the exotic.

2. Impersonation: "Mom, he's mocking me!" Have you ever heard this complaint when one of the brothers repeated all the other words? One copy word 'for' speech words, sounds and even other action? This is a very effective imitation and you will use this technique to get the time to speak within ourselves. The procedure is simple, you just repeated, word for word, all the models you say. The model can be a broadcaster, the characters in soap operas, documentary narrator or voice coming from the tape or radio. Do not worry if not perfect. Just start by trying to get your tongue around the words. You'll get the speed and ease with the practice. You may feel silly at first, but persevere. You'll get there sooner than you think.

3. Reading Aloud: One of the most effective language-learning tricks is to use the advice found in the Bible itself in Joshua 1: 8,''and you should read them quietly in the day and night,''and again in Psalm 1: 2 states ,''And in His law he read quietly day and night. "Reading the Signs in the target language out loud to yourself. This powerful technique not only to develop speaking skills and pronunciation, but to contribute to listening comprehension, vocabulary and grammar as well. Almost all of the literature in your target language will do what during the was interesting and fairly short. You will not start learning English from a reading 'War and Peace' now would you?

4. Watch TV: If you have cable, if there is a station broadcasting in the language you are interested? Many metro areas do programming in Spanish, French, German, Italian, and Portuguese. Even the Chinese and Hindi are available in some areas. Check with suppliers or cable programming guide to see what is listed. Program to watch the news, soap operas and documentaries. Have a VCR? Tape a few programs and play them repeatedly to adjust to the flow of language. Many VCR models have slow motion and stop action features that allow you to slow down the program to help your understanding.

5. Listen to Music: In Japan, the UK students Beatles karaoke. In Latin America, students imitate Bruce Springsteen. In Africa, the Backstreet Boys rule the airwaves. Lip-syncing a popular song is all rage for English language learners, so why do not you turn the table and use it to your advantage. Check the music stores and bookstores to track CDs and cassettes. Recommendations wondering where the recording in your target language may be available. Restaurants and other ethnic stores are a good source for music or referrals. Lyrics thousands of songs available online. The song is often available online in various languages. Check your local library. Internet will produce the title song and the band of stations around the world in dozens of languages. A good online resource for beginners is the global feed www.live365.com live 24 hours a day in several languages.

6. Read: Stop at the library for a grammar book and some reading materials. Grammar book will be a guide through their rare rough spots when the target grammar substantially different from English. But do not burden yourself with grammar and rules. An entertaining variety of magazines over there in the language and the greatest unless you learn Cochimi or Kukapa, you should be able to find something. A newspaper, magazine public interest, the Bible, brochures, and even comic books can help you. Short article is best at first. Although you can cross through one or more of them in minutes, your personal satisfaction doing it would be infinite. Try hard to find titles www.amazon.com.

You can not choose your family, but you can choose your friends and you can select the conversation with native speakers of your target language. In supermarkets, in malls, in parks, restaurants or shop 'almost anywhere you happen to see or run into Native speaker of your new lingua franca, not just stay there mother' to say something. People generally feel flattered that you're trying to meet with them on their own terms or in their own language and usually more than happy to chat. Of course, you can say 'Buenos tardes' to someone who passed in the hallway at the supermarket. This is also good for breaking the ice practice when you finally light a foreign land.

This quick trick in connection with a short language course will make efforts to learn the language no less painful, more interesting, more fun and easier. Try to do something each and every day. Just think how jealous your friends will all be - and start packing your bags.

4 comments:

  1. Nice post! Thanks for sharing these good tips and tricks.
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  2. The tips that you have given to learn a new language are really good. These tips will help individuals to learn a foreign language easily and quickly. There are many language courses that help you to learn foreign languages.

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  3. I would like to suggest www.vocabularybuilding.org that is a great source of building your vocabulary skills. I have myself learned from this.

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  4. Wonderful post! You gave amazing ideas to learn English. Students are moving towards the international studies and for that they need to learn English. I have also learned English from English Tutor in Melbourne vce

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