Happy New Year!!
6 Sure-fire Ways to Improve Your English
Read as many English books, newspapers and magazines as you can find.
We also recommend the English version of the monthly magazine READERS DIGEST. It has short stories and articles. We are offering copies in our competition on the visitor page.
You may want to consider reading USAToday, The Washington Post, Time, or US News and World Report.
LISTEN TO IT
Try some of these radio stations : BBC World Service or NPR (National Public Radio).
CONSULT OTHER LEARNING MATERIAL ON THE WEB
Volterre in France, Leo Network in Germany, and the BBC in the UK are valuable sites. Do you need to improve your English writing? Visit OWL at Purdue University.
Talk to friends who are also learning English. Make a rule that perhaps for an hour, or when you go out together, you will only speak English to each other!
HIRE AN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NATIVE PROFESSOR
Set up a course plan to get the most out of your class. Is the professor college educated? How many years of experience does he or she have teaching English? Contact Professor Winn for classes online or in person if you are in São Paulo! - email@example.com Skype: professorwinn
VISIT AN ENGLISH-SPEAKING COUNTRY - Immerse yourself in the language!
As I tell all of my student, the ultimate step in learning a foreign language is visiting the couintry where they speak it! You will never know how much you actually now until you are forced to ask how to get to the hotel, buy groceries to eat, or be surrounded by the language in bill boards, newspapers, street signs, etc.
If you are in São Paulo and need English lessons, or Elite English Services including translations (Spanish/French/Portuguese to English), please call Professor Winn at 6214-1511 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for a prompt evaluation.
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