English learning tip # 13 – Get Involved
Go shoeless According to a study by Bournemouth University schoolchildren who don’t wear shoes in their lessons are likely to obtain better grades and behave better than those who do. (Experts believe that by leaving their shoes outside the classroom pupils feel more at home, and relaxed. An added bonus is that it cuts down […]
Take care when you learn a new language. No really, be careful, especially if you take my advice to, “Mimic famous people, play with the different accents in films etc.” http://www.learnenglish.de/ImproveEnglish/improvespeakingpage.html
I’ve not met many Japanese ESL learners, but I have been reliably informed that this is scarily accurate.
This is an interesting little “infographic”, whatever that means. So where does your mother tongue fit in? Via: Voxy Blog