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English is a huge field. Nowadays a big number of people are learning English, but they don't have the same level, and they don't study the same type of English.

Do you think only foreigners learn English? if you think so, think a little bit about your language, who is learning your own language? of course a lot of native speakers!

That's the same with English, even native English speakers learn English.
That's why the word "English as a second language" was created, just to make the difference between learning English for native speakers and for foreigners.

If you are a beginner, never try to be clever and try to learn English as a native speaker, never!

That's true that you should listen to what they listen to, watch what they watch, but you should never study what they study.

Native English speakers do study English grammar, they study the structure of the language and it's very complicated.

English learning is not something that you can do randomly, you should follow some steps in order to learn to speak English fluently:

1-Look for English material for ESL learners.
2-Don't study English grammar up to the point you'll be an advanced student.
3-Never memorize word lists.
4-Listen to real English conversation.
5-don't listen to formal English.
6-10% of your learning should be reading.
7-do only simple English reading even if you're advanced.
8-Simple English reading differs for each student.
9-Simple English reading means you understand more than 80%.
10-Talk with native speakers or your English friends.
11-If you speak English fluently, then focus on grammar and formal English.
12-Practice English if you don't want to forget it.
13-Take some holidays whenever you need to.

And the list can go even more if I want, In the next ebook you will find more tips that you can apply immediately and then improve your English speaking and writing skills.

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  2. Really wow
    yea that an important tip, we must know the difference between learning English for native speakers and for foreigners.

    big thanks for you

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  3. lol...the first comment, "go day to see him ever again post"

    I think English is an easy language to learn, but defiantly not to speak it fluently as a native speaker. I am fluent in speaking English at 16, because i have lived in North America all my life.

    *****TIP******
    I think that the number one best way to learn English is to speak to a native speaker and or live in an English speaking environment for a long time til you understand what they are saying.

    Learning English is a different language then Native Speaking English.

    p.s. do not stress about having 100% perfect English when talking to a native speaker, we'll figure it out! I make tons of mistakes when speaking to my friends, that's just how we natives speak. Oh, and slang is not possible to learn because there are new slang word created every month where I live.

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  4. I want to share how I increase my vocabulary. I use flashcards. A major benefit of the flashcards is that they are extremely portable, comfortably fit into my pocket. If I am standing in the queue at the movie theatre or the mall I pluck them out kill some time by revising them. To make cards I use Accelebrain tool.

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