You… I… We all often complain that we don’t have enough free time to work our English. You maybe even think about giving up learning English because you don’t have enough time to spend on it.
What do you think about working your English while doing your daily tasks?
It’s a fact that if you really want to improve your English, you need to spend some time working on your English.
But next to this work, why not to introduce the English language in your everyday activities?
You are going to work your English even without noticing it and in a very natural way.
How To Improve You English Through Your Daily Activities
Yes…But…How can you do that?
Well….from now on, you just have to do this easy switch in your daily live…
Switch everything you do in your native language to English.
You just have to keep doing what you always do but using the English language instead of your native tongue.
Yes…It’s that easy!!!
Examples On How to Introduce English In Your Daily Life
Here are some examples of what you have to do:
- Change the language of all your devices to English. In your phone, Laptop, Desktop, TV, microwave, tablet, car dashboard, GPS…
- If you have to check the instructions of a new device you just bought, always choose the English language version.
- Any new software you have to install, always select the English language version.
- Change to the English version all the software you are already using.
- For any new account you have to set up or for your old accounts, switch to the English language version (E-mail accounts, Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Pinterest…).
To keep it short…Whatever you need to do from now on…Always select the English language version!!!
Pros And Cons About This Strategy
- At first it’s going to be a little harder to do a common task.
- It can take a little more time than usual to accomplish an easy activity.
- You are going to learn and improve your English in a very natural way.
- You can do it while doing your daily activities.
- You can do it at home, at work…
- You don’t need extra free time to do it.
As you can see pros beat cons!!!
As a personal example, during the first days I switched my new phone language version to English I felt a little clumsy at first. I had to cheek on the dictionary maybe two or three words because I wasn’t quite sure about them.
But nowadays it’s as easy for me to use my phone in English as in my native tongue.
-Tell us what are you switching from your native language to English?
-Was it hard for you to get used to work with the English language version?
…All your comments are very welcome!!!
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