WHERE SHOULD YOU START LEARNING ENGLISH? THE ULTIMATE GUIDE

In order to make the learning language more systematic, you need to be well-versed with the ‘how’s and ‘what’s of the  English language

You could use simple greetings like hello and how are you in order to introduce yourself to others. You can even talk about your basic and personal information in order to tell something about yourself to the people you are talking to. You may even describe your height your eye color, the length of your hair, and other basic information and can also describe what are people in their general terms.

You even have the opportunity to talk about your family members and your family information right from describing your parents and discussing how many brothers and sisters you have, whether they are younger or older than you. You may even tell them whether you are married or not if you can talk about how many children you have.

As a beginner to the English language, you can even order means of buying food when you are in a restaurant or a market. By talking in English you may even get a room in a nearby hostel or a hotel. The English language gives you the opportunity to buy yourself a train ticket or take a bus whenever and wherever you want to go. The basics of the English language make sure that you have food and shelter and transportation and that you are not deprived of anything that is basic.

Now that you know some basics about the English language you can have simple and basic conversations about any topic with the people you trust or it could even be your friends and family or even relatives. You will feel confident in talking about the weather once you are well versed with the English language and as you practice you will get more fluent with the language. 

Once you are well versed with the basis of the English language, you are no longer a beginner at English. Now you will start to understand and will try to use harder words in English so you get a wide range of topics to talk about. 

Using simple words will help you to talk about things that are very basic and something that you do very often, for example, what you do at your work and your hobbies and something that you enjoy doing in your spare time. 

Once you are well versed with the basics of the English language, you can move up to the next level of English that is the intermediate level, and then again move to the next level that is the professional level. But in order to reach the professional level you need to keep your basics strong and your English stronger. 

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