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Karissa’s Answer

Your local library will have free classes.
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Maxine’s Answer

Attending a school that offers a class in ESL program. I can always improve on my english, please don't sell yourself short.
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Pamela’s Answer

Hello Hannah! Hope you're having a fantastic day. The New York Public Library has shared an enlightening article on their blog, featuring a list of free websites that could be a great help to you. You can access the article via this link: https://www.nypl.org/blog/2012/11/28/11-great-free-websites-practice-english.

In case you encounter any difficulties accessing the link, don't worry! Here are some of the websites that have been listed:

ABCYa.com
a4esl.org (Activities for ESL Students)
GCFGlobal Logo
Duolingo.com
EasyWorldofEnglish.com
ManyThings.org

These resources are designed to make learning English both fun and effective. Best wishes in your learning!
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Teri’s Answer

Hi Hannah! You might want to consider exploring your local churches as well. I'm aware that my own church runs a program where they provide free classes every week. Wishing you all the best on your journey!
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Rafael’s Answer

Hey Hannah! When it comes to earning and learning English, there are a few great options. English-speaking countries like the US, UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand offer immersive environments where you can practice English in everyday life. Language schools and universities in these countries have comprehensive English programs too. If you prefer flexibility, online platforms and language exchange programs can be effective from anywhere. The best place for you to learn English depends on your goals and what works best for you. Keep exploring and find the option that suits you best!
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Aaron’s Answer

I recommend getting a tutor or something who can help you with pronunciation. Learning a language is hard enough, you may need help along the way. Also try speaking in English throughout your day to help entrain it into the fabric of your life!
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G’s Answer

Hello Hanna,

The answers given here are excellent!
The online resources provided above are very helpful and your local library and church are all excellent resources.
The library will have children's books you can sign out for free and there are computer stations available to you there to access online websites.
A stop to your local thrift store might be an option. You could buy children's books for under $1 to help you begin your reading journey.
I actually saw a program in which a woman said she turned on 'Sesame Street' every day to help her learn English.

God Bless you on your journey! :)
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