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Sharon’s Answer

Hi,
English is my first language. I am currently trying to learn Italian and I am finding that watching Italian TV shows helps me pick up words and conversations. It is another method rather than classes. You could also look for people that currently speak English to practice your conversations with.

Hope that helps
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Leonid’s Answer

Hi,
English is my second language, I can recommend the following:
1. Read more classic and kid's (yes, yes kid's :) ) books in English. It will help you to make some quotes and references in your conversation. It really helps to make casual conversation.
2. Online resources like Rosetta Stone. I didn't use it, but my daughter learns Chinese using this resource and it is really good!
3. Joint Meetaup groups of your areas of interests. Ask questions and then try to repeat the answer in your own words.
4. Smile and don't hesitate to speak! When you smiling, peoples enjoy talking to you, so you will have more time to practice with them :)

Good luck!

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Amer’s Answer

This maybe a simplified approach, but I used to watch the News in English and pay attention to how they pronounced the various words.
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Caroline’s Answer

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English is my first language but I also grew up learning Spanish in school. I would recommend watching TV in English (you can put the audio in English and put subtitles in your own language to start off) and listening to music in English. Talking is honestly the best way to practice, so try to speak English when talking face to face with others as much as possible. Good luck!
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Nithish Kumar’s Answer

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Even though formal english education is one way to learn the grammar and theory behind it, english as a tool for communication can be efficiently learn by reading books, newspapers, watching english movies or/and TV series, and by communicating with your friends and peers in english. You can also watch TED talks on youtube to improve your pronunciation and listening skills.
Finally, The internet is home to plethora of resources. You need to put in the effort needed and work hard towards the goal.

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Samuel’s Answer

Greetings Parsanth,

I am currently trying to learn Japanese myself, which isn't the easiest thing. I would recommend using a site called Italki.com there are numerous professional and informal language teachers on the site in which you can video call for lessons. Speaking to a native speaker of English consistently especially if there are few if any in your local area is essential for learning a language in my opinion. If there is someone you could speak with in person that would be best as you can more easily pick up on the non verbal subtleties of a language like body language and inflection. Furthermore,
practice reading and writing in English as best you can. Make flash cards of words you don't know and attempt to use them in the next conversation you have. I know it's not easy learning a new language myself makes me pay attention to grammar rules in English that are just weird or don't make sense. The more you work at it the more it will stick so don't get discouraged if things don't always come naturally.

-Sam Lucero-Sickman
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