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American’s attend classes for years to learn English perfectly. If you are not a native English speaker, it can be a difficult thing to learn English. It isn’t just learning the meaning of words that is difficult. You must also learn the rules of grammar, slang words and phrases, and different connotations. It can take a while to get all of this down.

Today many jobs require an individual to be fluent in English. They must know how to interact with customers in this language without any hesitation. This means both reading and writing. Luckily, there are some ways that can help you learn English.

The internet may be a great place to start. There are websites devoted to help individuals learn English. They do so with quizzes, lessons, and other tools. They may also offer a place to test your skills. Online you try chatting in English. This may give you experience with different meanings of slang words. It can also expose you some common phrases and give you an idea of what English speaking individuals are like.

Another way to help your self learn English is to practice. Practice speaking to other English speakers. Listen to how they say the words. Don’t just focus attention to what you are saying, but examine the whole conversation. In fact, recording the conversation may help. Later, you can compare words spoken by the native English speaker and words spoken by you. This will give you an idea of how you are going and help you improve.

Watching English speaking television series and movies may also help you learn English. This will not only give you an idea of how to pronounce your English words, but also give you a picture of life for an English speaking individual. This can come in handy when learning the connotations of words, or the underlying meaning of the word.

 
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