Learn English Fast by Being a More Effective Student (#AJ 18)

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Do you want to learn English fast?

Silly question. Of course, you do!

Well, in this video, I talk about how you can improve your English quickly by studying more effectively.

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How to Learn English Fast by Being More Effective

I have talked about what to do if you are too busy to learn English.

But in this video, I focused on the 80-20 rule and how you can be more efficient with your time.

The 80/20 rule was introduced by Wilfred Pareto. He noticed that 80% of his produce came from 20% of his plants. The Pareto Principle states that 80% of the effects come from 20% of the actions. An example in business is that 80% of sales come from 20% of total clients.

And we can apply this to learning English too.

This will help you become a more efficient English learner. The first example of this is to focus on using methods that bring about the best results. Working on your pronunciation will make a bigger difference to your English than memorizing irregular verb tables.

Another example is learning high-frequency vocabulary, phrases, and grammar. Focusing on English that you are going to use is smart. It’s a more efficient way of learning English.

You can take this further by making it specific to you.

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  • 1) 80% of the positive benefits / output of something come from 20% of the work / input .
    2) Correct the most common 20% of mistakes would eliminate 80% of all .

  • Lance

    In order to learn any language on your own, one should follow a method. The method will be only outlined here.

    It is a method that I have used myself and it worked great.

    1. Determine which language to learn
    This
    can sound obvious to some of you, but in fact, it is a detail that is
    overlooked by many. When learning a language for a specific purpose, it
    is best to learn the variety of the language best suited to fulfill this
    purpose. When talking about a variety, what is usually meant is a
    dialect of a language, although it can be more specific than that. When
    learning Arabic, do you know if you should learn Maghrebi Arabic or Gulf
    Arabic?

    2. Find out what resources are available to you
    When
    choosing to learn a language, it is handy to know if you are going to
    have native speakers to practice with and if you’re easily going to find
    some websites which will help you learn the language.

    3. The time and difficulty
    Another
    factor that is often overlooked, the time factor. To be successful in
    learning a language, you need to be realistic in the amount of time you
    have to learn it and the amount of time it takes.

    The time factor
    is in direct relation to the difficulty factor. During this step, it is
    important to assess the level of difficulty of a language. By the way,
    for more details on the method, make sure to check out the website
    learnlanguagesonyourown dot com. This level of difficulty has to do with
    the similarities that are shared between the language(s) you speak and
    the language you want to learn. You need to ask yourself, are the
    languages related ? What features do they have in common and which
    features they do not and which might be difficulty to learn?

    4. Practice using Google Translate
    You
    might think that Google Translate is a poor tool to learn a language
    because it is such a terrible translator at times, but you are wrong. If
    used in a cautious way, it is a great tool, especially at the early
    stages of learning a language. It gives you instant translations which
    you can use to communicate with a native speaker of the language you
    want to learn. Google Translate might not give you a grammatical
    translation, but most likely the speaker you communicate with will and
    you should focus on learning on that.

    5. Language exchange, dating websites and games
    Language
    exchange websites are great to find people to practice with since the
    people on these websites are just like you, eager to learn a language.
    Dating websites are also great since you do not have to advertise for a
    relationship, all you need is people who to communicate with and there
    are tons out there who are open to friendship. Games nowadays are a
    great way to practice a language; whether it’s a small cellphone game or
    a big PC game, the communication factor is now huge in games today and
    it can be taken advantage of by language learners.

    Hope you liked this little guide,

    Good luck!