13 Tips - How To Learn & Practice English At Home Alone, Fast & Easy? 50 Question English Level Test

13 Tips – How To Learn & Practice English At Home Alone, Fast & Easy? 50 Question English Level Test

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Learning English needs time and efforts, many beginners in English quit learning English due to lack of time and practice. In this English Lesson you will learn 13 Tips on how to learn English at home and become fluent in English faster. These English learning tips are easy to follow and would not take much of your time. I have personally used these tips to improve my spoken English and speak English fluently with a great vocabulary. Some of these tips I even follow today to further enhance my English communication skills. English is not my native language, however, I was blessed with the right environment and could learn English faster and quite easily. But at the same time many of you people don’t have the right environment to learn English, but that should not stop you, you still can certainly speak fluent English that too by practicing at home. Watch the complete video and also take a 50 question English quiz to know your English level, so you know where to exactly start learning English.

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One of the students at Let’s Talk once commented,
“I want to learn daily routine to learn English at home”, this is the lesson for
you, and not just for you but a lot more students like you. Hi everyone my name is Hridhaan
and I welcome you all with a very big heart on Let’s Talk. In today’s lesson I bring
to you some of the most important tips that I used, when I started communicating in English.
These tips will help you get better at your communication skills. The first one that we
have on the list is Focus, focus, “focus on communication skills”. English vocabulary
is vast, grammar has lot of rules and pronunciation on top has a lot of content… how much can
we understand? If you dive into the see, you would not have one day when you’d be given
a certification telling you that you are perfect in communication. And thus what we need to
understand is whatever limited knowledge that we have today, we need to start learning and
making use of those skills to start communicating with people, because today’s practice is
going to give us fruits later and so the most important thing that we need to start doing
from today is forget about the rules, and start focusing on communication which intern
will give us direct fluency and communication skills. The next tip that I have for you is,
“don’t translate everything”. Now when I was learning how to teach English in the
UK, I had a professor named Mr. Declan Cooley, in one of the classes he once told me, Hridhaan,
we do not translate from our mother tongue to English language. I asked him, why? Declan
said, It’s very important for us to understand that the rules in my mother tongue are very
different than the rules in the second language or foreign language that is English. So the
rules of English grammar are different from the rules of my mother tongue. I cannot combined
it together and translate everything word-to-word. And the teachers who do that, it’s a very
didactic procedure my friends and it’s a failed procedure. How long can we go by doing
so? A paragraph or a conversation… but nothing more than that to be honest. We really, really
need to understand the fact that direct translation is a failed method and we should not translate
everything from our mother tongue to English language directly. There is no direct translation
to, ‘aap’, ‘tum’, ‘tu’ in English, it is all referred to as ‘you’ in English
language. On the other hand if you are reading an English text, and trying to translate it
in your native language, it might not be as bad, it will probably waste your time and
confuse you a bit more but at least it won’t confuse the person you’re speaking to. The
next tip that I have for you in the list is “watch or learn English only from those
who you want to speak like” in future. When I started out, I used to watch a lot of videos
on YouTube of those particular people that I used to admire a lot and I thought, what
amazing speakers… So I think you must do that as well, to kind of, learn from them.
Now let us look at the next tip, the next tip is “technology is your friend, so use
it”. As you’ve probably noticed from the tips and the lessons that we have shared on
Let’s Talk, the internet is a great tool in language learning. There’s no denial
of the fact that today’s blogs, videos and English websites can be used learn English
much more faster and better manner. I said that there was no magic technique for learning
English, but if we imaging internet as one place as the closest thing to a magic pill
or programme, I wouldn’t be wrong if I say so. This platform helps you develop your communication
skills in such a manner that, no book can possibly provide you. So keep on using Wikipedia
and other websites such as Let’s Talk and learnex to get better at your communication
skills. The next tip that I have for you is, “Listen to real English”. Train your ears
by listening to English spoken by native speakers, or English podcasts which are full on Let’s
Talk website. Also practice without seeing written down words, which is also a very big
hindrance when it comes to communication. Because all your attention goes to those words
without basically activating your listening skills. So may be stop doing that, it’s
time for you to listen and watch songs and movies without subtitles. Next tip that I
have for you is, “surround yourself with English People”. You don’t need to be
in an English speaking country to surround yourself with English friends, finds ways
to make English part of your everyday life at home. Like speaking English when you’re
going shopping, speaking with the shopping executive, for example, speaking English on
a metro, speaking English when you are looking for directions with people on road, speaking
English with strangers most importantly. What will happen in the end of the day? They will
say, that you are trying to speak in English, and that is all, and that is all. The next
tip is “listen, speak, read, write and repeat” Listen to a speaker, speak in English, read
as much as possible in English, it could be novels, it could be books that you like, and
most importantly write your WhatsApp messages In English. Everything that you do basically
has to be in English for you to get better at your English at home. The next tip is,
“discover what type of learner you are”. Are you an auditory learner, who learns things
better by listening to things? Are you visual learner, who learns things by looking at things,
by watching videos? So if you think that you are a better learner, you learn things when
you listen to them, I suggest you find ways to listen to English just there by improving
your English. Or if you think that you’ll learn by looking at videos, then you should
watch a lot of videos. So decide for yourself. “Keep a language log or a journal” is
the next tip that I have for you. Writing as much as possible can be very, very interesting.
Now one should only follow this tip when that person is interested in it. Of course nobody
can force you to write, and therefore it is very, very important for you to do it only
when you really feel like, that you are interested in doing that. For example, it’s always
a good idea to write down you are feeling probably when you are very ecstatic, very
happy or if you are in sorrow, God forbid… So it’s always a good idea to jot down your
feelings, because it really helps you, think deeply and write sentences in the correct
format. Additionally if you look back in earlier entries in your English log, you will be able
to reflect at how far you have come basically, and this will also get you better in terms
of getting motivated most importantly. For example if I have to tell you about the latest
journal that I was writing, I have this very amazing book, wherein, my diary, wherein I
write the golden moments of the day. So I write the top three things that happened with
me all in English, this helps me get better at my vocabulary and also my thinking skills
as well. The next tip is “know your level to improve your level”. This is similar
to the previous tip that I’ve spoken about, but in order to recognize your limitations,
you need to first understand where you are in your present situation. Tests are always
fun. Go to a language center or go to a website where you get free English test are conducted,
and get to know what is your current level of English. Once that is done, start speaking
in English, give yourself like six months or one month, 1-6 months, check your level
again and see if you have improved or not. It will again help you in motivating you as
a learner and will help you get better at your communication skills and will also help
you in understanding the areas that you have to work basically on yourself to become better
in English communications. Next is “pay attention to pronunciation from the beginning”.
I can’t tell you, how important this tip is… This is basically combining tip six
and seven into one concrete information. And that is one concrete advice and that is if
you start pronouncing things wrongly from a very nascent stage, from the beginning,
it will become your habit. Later you would not even realize that you might be speaking
perfect English but your communication sends across a wrong message. Use great tools such
as, a lot of videos on Let’s Talk and on lot of other channels and platform to help
you get better at communication skills, but remember, only, only learn pronunciation from
those people who you think are experts at it. Anybody who starts to teach might as well
not be an expert. So choose your tutor accordingly. Next tip is, “tone on music, in English”.
Rhythms and rhythms have been found to stimulate and train your brain to improve learning and
therefore it is very important for you to listen to some good English songs. They not
only help you with your pronunciation but also help you in getting better at vocabulary.
And the last tip for the day that I have for in the list of learning English at home is,
“Watch movies and carefully notice with active listening skills”. The dialogues
and the keywords that the characters, basically say during those films. What will happen because
of this is, (a) you do not have words displayed on the screen, which basically takes your
attention away in a much larger manner. I’m talking about subtitles. So once there are
no subtitles, you would basically have your active ears. Just try to understand and make
out what the speaker is trying to communicate, and therefore it is very important for you
to have active listening skills, which will help you get better at listening anyway in
your English communication. That is all that I have for you in today’s lesson of the
daily routing that you can start to follow when it comes to learning English at home.
I hope you enjoyed these tips and will use one, two or three or all of them to get better
at your communication skills. Thank you very much for being with me and I hope you have
a great day ahead, God bless.

30 thoughts on “13 Tips – How To Learn & Practice English At Home Alone, Fast & Easy? 50 Question English Level Test

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  2. Plz…plz..plz..for god sake show ads in the beginning or at end of video m fed-up with the ads in between it really interrupt my flow of learning and observing you!

  3. I know how to understand English people but my problem is when it's my turn to speak I always forget what am I going to say. That's really my problem.

  4. I know how to understand English people but my problem is when it's my turn to speak I always forget what am I going to say. That's really my problem.

  5. Thanks a million dear Hridan for this priceless tips to learn english at home.👍👍
    I really find It's a true inspiration for beginners like me.

    Wish you n all let's talk teamz a very happy n prosperous new year 2020.

  6. man, you are a great english teacher, but, you have a strong indian accent! please work a litle bit in your accent, like Niharika does, it will become easier to us understand you.

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