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How to learn English in a non-English country

Oct 7th 2013 at 9:39 PM


English as a language originated in Anglo-Saxon England. It is the first language of around 375 million people around the world. And if native and non-native speakers are combined, it is the most commonly spoken language globally. Be it communications, science, business, entertainment, aviation, or any other field, English is the language dominantly used all over. If you browse the internet, you will find that most of the pages on the Internet are in English. Knowing to speak English is also essential when one is travelling to another country, as English is spoken in more than 100 countries, and communication becomes easy if you are armed with some knowledge about the language. All these facts go to prove how important it is to learn English.


Good English speaking skills come automatically to those living in countries where it is the first language. But for those living in non-English speaking countries like China, Japan, Indonesia, etc. it was a little difficult to master this language, as the modes of learning English were few until some time back. There were several resources at the disposal of those in English speaking countries but those living in non-English countries did not enjoy this comfort.


Fortunately, there are various options available today. Several programmes, schools, audio tapes, books are now available around these non-English speaking countries. However, the most popular and wieldy way to learn English is through online programmes and games. This medium has gained popularity because one can take the lessons at home, at one’s own suitable time, without altering the regular work schedule or family time.


Learning English through online programmes and games is a much more interactive way of learning. The best part is that one can learn at his/her own pace, and this is very important when it comes to someone from a non-English speaking country trying to learn English. If the learners find a certain section difficult to understand, they can spend as much time as they want for its comprehension, without worrying about being left behind, like one does feel when learning in a school or class.


Learning English has become a necessity, especially for those living in countries where English is not the first language, as it helps in future communication experiences. And who doesn’t like games and quizzes? These are the best ways to learn anything new. Taking these things into consideration, brings for you an enjoyable, fun way of learn English.


So don’t just learn but enjoy the experience of learning this language and you do not have to feel awkward the next time you travel to an English speaking country, for work or pleasure.

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