How to master English VERY quickly

Easy and helpful ways to quickly learn English language.

1- Find well-viewed videos on YouTube and on TV shows and enjoy watching them

Yes! We hope you watch your favorite shows… only in English. Watching TV shows and movies that can be replayed and rewinded, you can easily go back, pause and understand the conversation that is taking place, thereby, learning the conversation. It can also help you learn local expressions, understand humor, and eventually you will start to understand English at a normal speed!

2- Be and stay with English speakers

Be and speak with People who speak fluent English in public places like the bus, or in parks and cafes with listening and focusing on how they speak it so fluently.

3- Share your conversations with your friends on social media in general by English

by sharing and speaking your conversations in English language with others who speak english helps you to increase your baggage and vocabulary so fast.

keep chatting by using English language and focus on what others saying and presenting in their language to master the way they speak.

3- Construct vocabulary with prefix and suffix:

Learning a series of prefixes and suffixes is a good way to expand your vocabulary with the least amount of energy. do you know why? Because it feels like you are just learning a new word for two prices! For example, after learning the word regular, you can learn the word irregular,  changeableunchangeable

4- Write anytime, and anywhere you go

No matter where you are, you can take your laptop with you and jet down all the new words you see and hear. Later, look up the meaning of these words and find out how to use them in sentences. In this way, you can consolidate all the new words you have learned in memory and put them into practice, thus speeding up the English learning process.

5- Learn what you see is better and suits you:

When you are at home, you can enjoy learning what you want! Why not make it interesting and customize the learning content according to your hobbies. For example, if you like cooking, learn new cooking terms, and if you like animals, learn how to have a conversation around animals, and if you like nature discover the huge world of nature and univers.

6. Learn and use phrases, not words

Some words have a meaning by themselves, but when put together with other words, they have a completely different meaning. When we listen to or read English sentences, we look for these groups. In the sentence “I run everywhere”, you are talking about running without a goal. If you only add two words, it will become “I am running everywhere in the park”, which has a completely different meaning. You will learn more and more information about sentences and words while listening.