English teachers point out 10 principles of saving and effective foreign language learning

Sometimes learning a foreign language doesn’t require you to go to a center or register for a course. You can completely experience and learn a new foreign language by yourself through your own efforts.

In learning foreign languages, according to Mr. Do Cao Sang, the author of the book and who has many years of experience in teaching English, there are 10 principles for self-study to achieve the desired results.

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PRINCIPLE 1

Learning English needs to be proactive, actively accumulate vocabulary anytime, anywhere, regularly and persistently. You cannot learn English quickly and quickly. Therefore, a course does not penetrate anywhere. Teachers only help to set the path, inspire and guide the first step for your lifelong learning.

PRINCIPLE 2

Listening and reading must be given special priority. Listening and reading should take up 8 parts of the time, while speaking and writing should take up only 2 parts. Accordingly, you should not be too dependent on a certain native teacher to practice. Please close the door, listen and read English a lot. You will be good at speaking and writing if you have enough vocabulary, good pronunciation, knowledge and good grammar. Those things are all grown by listening and reading a lot.

PRINCIPLE 3

Please study carefully. Every day only a small piece of news, movies, conversations, songs but study carefully. Listen to them read and imitate many times until they memorize. In the first stage, you should memorize as much as possible. Once the level is above intermediate, you can begin to gradually reduce that rigorous memorization.

PRINCIPLE 4

Learning English is mainly focused on learning vocabulary and how to use vocabulary. And learning vocabulary does not need any teachers, textbooks or courses. Anywhere you can find some English words. Learn it now and forever. Don’t say “to finish X, I’ll learn all the same”.

Learning English does not have the concept of “always one” but rather continuously, continuously, painstakingly bit by bit during the long journey. It takes at least a few years to expect to build an English ability above the average level of the society.

PRINCIPLE 5

Learn vocabulary in phrases and combinations. Example: To pour some water into the pot; to be in shortage of money; to prevent the train from moving… This learning has many benefits, can speed up your English learning 3 to 5 times compared to learning vocabulary separately.

PRINCIPLE 6

With language, you shouldn’t mess around, mess it up, and cut it off. The more meticulous, slow and difficult the study, the more effective it is. To solve math, you just need to give the results and know how to do the test. Learning a foreign language needs to belong and be like people. In other words, learning a foreign language, thinking of tricks to find shortcuts, will backfire. RESPONSIBILITY WORKING AGAIN is important.

PRINCIPLE 7

Make a note of vocabulary phrases on unlined paper according to the sun diagram. Underline the stress, read aloud every morning.

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PRINCIPLE 8

Choosing study materials should be based on the 7/3 principle. That is, 7 parts are known and 3 parts are unknown. That way, you’re neither too stressed out nor too permissive. That’s called the tuning principle.

PRINCIPLE 9

Don’t rely too much on your reasoning when using words, pronouncing them, or putting words together. Check the dictionary again when you can because languages ​​are highly outliers. You cannot reason like Math in language learning.

PRINCIPLE 10

Language is life. Life is as vast as the ocean. Syllabus and courses like a few drops of water. Don’t expect to rely on textbooks and teachers to become good. Be active self-study and self-study, FIND YOURSELF, ALWAYS ADVENTURE, ALWAYS CONFIDENTIAL. Must know to cherish and cherish knowledge, cherish vocabulary. If you value something, you can expect it.

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