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To be able to speak English or any other foreign language has become a prerequisite for vast numbers of people throughout the world, and many ways exist for improving your second language without it costing an arm and a leg. Firstly, it is important to fall in love with the end result rather than concentrate on the difficulties you are going to face trying to get there. Let me give you two examples. When I was a young lad, and even so today, though time constraints these days have their impact, I used to enjoy doing jigsaw puzzles. When choosing a jigsaw, I never considered how long it would t
English language learning around the world is evolving in surprising and sometimes alarming ways. A few decades ago, the language learning process was either moderated by native speakers (NS) of English or proactively initiated by second language learners who travel to English-speaking countries to study and become proficient in the language. In many language encounters, English translators were also in high demand to facilitate a clearer communication between pe
Learning new language might seem like an intimidating task. Having knowledge of the right methods can not only make the process more efficient but more enjoyable as well.
No matter how good an English course or individual class is, the curriculum often focuses on practising English for a variety of real situations that may arise rather than on students’ real requirements.
The Effect of Using Information-Gap Tasks on Iranian EFL Pre-Intermediate Learners' Lexical Development: The major aim of this study is to find out whether there is any relationship between the use of information-gap tasks in the classroom and Iranian EFL learners’ lexical development. For the purpose of this study five different kinds of information-gap tasks were chosen and practiced with the experimental group.
If you have a foreign accent, you probably have a love/hate relationship with it. On one hand, you know that your accent is a part of who you are and points back to your country of origin, a place you likely have fond memories of. On the other hand, your accent can cause you to stand out, and some people have a difficult time understanding you when you speak if your accent is quite heavy.