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Hello world!November 1, 2019
Every morning when you wake up, your first thought is, “I am
so excited to study English today!” Right?! …Okay, maybe not. Honestly, even
the most dedicated English students have days when they don’t want to study. So
if you’re feeling like opening that English book is the last thing you want to
do, it doesn’t mean you’re a bad student! It just means your motivation is
running a little low. Fortunately, there are things you can do to increase your
motivation—let’s look a few.
your vision of your future. Take a step back for a moment. Why are you
learning English? Is it to get a better job? To be comfortable in a new country?
To complete university studies in English? Whatever your goals are, imagine
that you’ve finally reached them. You’re speaking fluently. You’re writing
without mistakes. You’re able to read English easily. Think about exactly what
you’ll be doing and how you’ll feel. Write down your thoughts and feelings on a
piece of paper that you can keep nearby. Then, when you’re feeling like you
don’t want to study, pull out the paper and review what you wrote. Remind
yourself of the great opportunities that English will bring you. Sometimes
remembering your reasons for studying English will be all you need to get
yourself ready for another English lesson!
someone you really want to talk to. Do you have an English-speaking friend?
If not, make it a priority to find one.If you can find a friend who is a native
English speaker, even better! When you have English-speaking friends, not only
will you be naturally motivated to communicate, you’ll also probably start
using some of their vocabulary, phrases, and accent without even trying! And
even if you live in an area far from where native-English speakers live, with
today’s modern technology you can meet and have conversations with people
throughout the world. You might try to find someone interested in learning your
native language; then, split your conversation time between English and your
- Have a clear plan.You’ll be most
successful at learning English if you know exactly where, when, and what you’ll
study. Having a set time and place for your study can help it to become a
habit. When you have a habit of studying English, you won’t be tempted to do
other things if you’re not feeling motivated. Studying will just be regular
part of your routine! A plan for your what you’ll study is also important.
Without a plan, you won’t know what English learning activity you should start
first. You also won’t be able to measure if you’re making progress. To avoid
this, spend some time creating a plan of what you will study each day and what
you hope to learn as a result. Then at the end of your study time, review your
plan. Did you learn what you hoped? What more do you need to study? Change your
plan as necessary to help you meet your goals.
If you’re looking for an easy way to incorporate all three of these tips into your English studies, why not take a course from World’s English? As a World’s English student, you’ll receive a free Personal English Action Plan so you’ll know exactly what you need to study. You’ll also have access to our dedicated, native English-speaking teachers who will love to talk with you! Let World’s English know about your goals, and they’ll help you reach them!