Tips for Beginners:

1. You are like a new baby
Babies learn their language slowly.
First they learn to listern.
Then they learn to speak.
Finally, they can read and write.

2. Listen to English everyday
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http://www.manythings.org/repeat/ )
Listen to English radio.
Watch English TV.
Go to English movie.
Use online lessons.

3. Make an English/ESL friend (English of Second Language)
Make up conversations.
Practice dialogues.
Use beginners textbooks.

4. Read English stories
Start with children’s storybook.
Try ESL readers.
Read advertisements, signs and label.
Try enjoy English club.

5. Write down new words
Start a vocabulary notebooks.
Write down in alphabetical order.
Make example sentences.
Always use an English-English dictionary first.

6. Keep an English diary
Start with one sentence.
How do you feel ?
What is the weather?
What did you do today?
Write another sentence tomorrow.

7. Visit an English speaking country
Learn English more quickly.
Stay with an English family.
Hear native speakers talk.
Have a fun experience.

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