1.    Make use of picture stories, films, and television shows

It may seem silly, but using children’s resources is an excellent approach to begin learning English.

Why? Basic children’s stories, movies, and television shows are available.

When a youngster acquires English for the first time, they go through the identical steps you are going through now. It all starts with simple sounds and words.

You will retain more if you combine children’s books and movies with your other consciousness books and language learning materials.

There will be very few things you don’t comprehend, which will increase your self-assurance.

  1. Pay attention to everything

Immerse yourself in English. Play English-language radio in the background. Listen to native English podcasts to learn. Watch English-language television.

Simply listen to their talks if you live in an English-speaking area. You’ll soon find yourself conversing in English without even realising it.

Why? Children do not learn their mother tongue through reading or writing when they are learning it for the first time. They pick up (get) words from their surroundings.

They initially have little or no understanding. However, as time goes on, kids get (gain) more vocabulary. This vocabulary is gradually transformed into phrases, which are subsequently combined into complete sentences. Use your words to make a difference in other people’s lives by inspiring optimism and positivity. And positive words staring with Q could help a lot in this regard.

  1. Look up lyrics and sing along with music to learn

Rather of just listening to music, use it to learn English.

Look up the lyrics to see if you can figure out what they’re singing. Choose your favourite phrases and write them down in your notebook, being sure to practise them whenever possible. Listen to the words and sing along.

Why? The best part of learning from your favourite songs is that they’re appealing (they’ll stick in your head), and the language is common English, so you’ll be learning how the ordinary person speaks.

  1. Learn English by reading the news

Why? Listening to or reading English news will boost your chances of participating in English conversations. You’ll also improve your current events knowledge and discover new words.

If you don’t know enough English to fully comprehend the news, try reading or listening to it in your original language first, then repeating the process in English. TIME For Kids is another option for getting your news.

  1. Learn English by watching movies

English movies are entertaining while also teaching you about culture.

You can also concentrate on specific movie scenes and then break down what each phrase implies for more intensive learning. If you want to acquire conversational English and slang, movies are one of the finest ways to do it.

Subtitles can be turned on to help you better comprehend what’s going on. You should take notes on the English terms you hear while viewing. Determine how much you can comprehend without using a dictionary.

Because there are so many things going on, it can be difficult to start learning with movies right immediately. Furthermore, the characters may speak excessively hastily or use inappropriate English words for the circumstances. To make it easier to follow along, practise with shorter films.

After you’ve become used to watching short English videos, you can progress to watching entire movie sequences. This is an entertaining method to pick up a lot of useful English vocabulary. It’s also beneficial since you’ll remember the words and phrases better if they’re linked to an image and setting!

  1. Self-made flashcards

DIY flashcards are an excellent method to practise words and phrases.

Simply write the words on index cards, one side in English and the other in your translation. When you have a spare minute, read through the cards quickly to see how much you recall.

It’s a fantastic approach to put yourself to the test. Begin by displaying the English side first, and then try to recall the translation in your own tongue. When you’ve mastered all of the cards this way, flip them over and try to remember the English while looking at the translation — this is a little more difficult. Consider utilising the Fluent app instead of carrying around a deck of flashcards.