English for beginners: where to start? Automatic translate
Starting a new one is always a little scary. And to start learning a new language - especially. It seems that to deal with all the features of pronunciation and grammar yourself is simply impossible.
But, in fact, everything is much easier than it seems!
So where do you start? Of course, with letters!
Having studied the alphabet and the reasons for the different sounds of the same letters, you should exhale and praise yourself. And then, inhale again and plunge into the interesting world of letter combinations. Indeed, such sounds familiar to us as, for example, “F”, “W”, “H”, in English are indicated by several letters at once.
After you learn to read all the letters and letter combinations according to the rules of the language, you should remind yourself that there are exceptions to any rules. And in English, in principle, there are more exceptions than rules.
In order to better remember them, you should replenish your vocabulary daily. It is worth taking the habit of adding at least five words to your lexical piggy bank, but daily.
It is very convenient to use various applications and Internet resources for learning the language for this.
Online Video + Audio English Beginner’s Course: http://www.bistroenglish.com/course/
If you are too lazy to look for new words to remember, the application every day with a fun alarm clock will advance you a few more words closer to learning the language.
The next step should be the grammar.
Various online resources can also help in her study. And she, as well as words, will have to be memorized. Yes, boring, but effective and forever.
Next, let’s start listening. It is unlikely that you want to learn English just to read books and magazines. In order to learn to speak, you need to listen.
Be sure to use visual memory!
Read as much material as possible on topics of interest to you. It’s worth starting with small volumes. Try to write unfamiliar or complex words in a personal dictionary that you can leaf through, for example, on the way to work.
Try revising your favorite movies in the original, listening to news, or making out words in your favorite song. So you can learn pronunciation from the media, as well as understand live speech.
Even if you devote at least half an hour to training, but every day, very soon you will notice that English is, in fact, a very friendly language.
In just a couple of months, an abstruse set of letters will be formed into specific words and sentences leading from English-language news quite clearly tell you about the latest events, and a lost foreigner who asked for directions will thank you for an accurate explanation.
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