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English for Everyday Activities (Pdf + Audio/mp3)

English for Everyday Activities (Pdf + Audio)
English for Everyday Activities (Pdf + Audiomp3)

To the Student          
1             First Thing in the Morning                          
2             Brushing Your Teeth/Flossing                  
3             Taking a Shower                             
4             Getting Dressed—A Man                          
5             Getting Dressed—A Nioman                    
6             Making a Bed                   
                Making Breakfast                          
7             Making Coffee/Making Tea                      
8             Preparing Cold Cereal/Making Toast                    
9             Frying an Egg                    
10           Eating Breakfast             
I 1           leaving the Muse    
12           Taking a Bus      
                Driving a Car     
13           Starting Out      
14           Operating a Car               
15           Driving Along_                 
16           Taking a Train                   
17           Taking a Tmd
18           Walking Somewhere    
19           Riding a Bicycle
20           Returning 'tome             
                Making Dinner 
21           Making a Salad
23           Making Spaghetti           
24           Cooking Rice                    
25           Bating Dinner   
26           Clearing the Table                         
27           Doing Dishes                    
                Relaxing at Home                          
28           Playing a CD (Compact Disc)      
29           Using a Personal Cassette Player            
30           Reading              

31           Watching Television
32           Watching a Video
33           Babysitting
34           Going to Bed    
35           Doing Laundry
36           Cleaning the House
37           Taking Cue of a Cat
38           Taking Care of a Dog     
39           Taking Care of a Lawn  
40           Gardening         
41           Cleaning a Car
42           Taking a Car to a Garage for Repairs      
43           Changing a Flat Tire
44           Dealing with a Power Failure
45           Working with Wood      
46           Joining Things  with        Bolts/Screws
47           Shopping for Groceries               
48           Paying for Things            
49           Going to a Bank
50           Using an ATM
51           Making a Phone Call
52           Answering a Telephone
53           Leaving a Message
54           Taking a Message
55           Using an Answering Machine
56           Writing a Personal Letter            
57           Mailing a Letter               
58           Going to a Birthday       
59           Going toa Dinner P
60           Going to a Movie           
61           Eating at a Fast Foot.    

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10 tips for learning a foreign language

Learning a foreign language is not necessarily obvious. Vocabulary, irregular verbs, grammar, accent ... A whole panoply of difficulties that are often scared before they even begin! However, learning a second language is a source of personal enrichment and opens up many professional doors.

I give you my 10 tips to facilitate the learning of foreign languages.

ten tips and tricks for learning a foreign language

1. The earlier you learn, the better.

Yes, it is well known, children learn much more easily than adults. Why not teach them a second language at an early age? In addition, learning allows the brain to develop more easily; The children will have facilities in other areas afterward.

2. Nothing better than total immersion in a foreign country

If you've gone over to youth, why not leave for six months abroad? Yes, nothing better to facilitate learning than to rub shoulders with natives! This will allow you to acquire the musicality of the language and expressions of everyday life not necessarily listed in the books.

3. Watch movies and series in VO

Of course, it is not necessarily obvious to take holidays without balances but other solutions exist such as watch movies and series in Subtitled Original Version. This allows you to acquire the true accent and also to discover some common expressions! This is what emerged from our study concerning the level of children in English: the latter is improving since they watch cartoons in VO.

4. Learn by phrases, not by words

Learning words alone is not necessarily the right method. Indeed, it is often difficult to reuse them in the right context. This is why it is advisable to familiarize yourself with whole sentences in order to project in a particular situation: it is easier to remember and to reuse later.

5. Repeat, repeat, repeat

With a minimum of 15 minutes per day every morning you will more easily remember the mechanism of the language. Indeed, learning is good, but the important thing is to remember! Repeat and re-read the same phrases several times, this will help you master the language over the long term.

6. Do not focus on grammar rules

Of course, the rules of grammar and irregular verbs are important. However, the main one is to understand in general how the language works. The exceptions exist, but starting with them is a mistake.

7. Talk and practice!

The second step once the basics are gained is to get started and talk! If you have within your network of foreign friends this is perfect. Otherwise, try to register on forums or practice the language with a face-to-face or telephone teacher. Yes, practice is the key to success!

8. Dare to make mistakes

Even if you have worked hard, the beginner's mistakes are inevitable. However, it is absolutely not necessary to focus on the latter and to apprehend the discussions. The main thing is to make you understand and your interlocutors will correct you as and when.

9. Set goals

Learning a language is long and tedious, so it is necessary to be rigorous. Setting goals are paramount in order to maintain his memory. Two days a week for 1 hour, book a niche so you can work the language of your choice and repeat some sentences every 15 minutes. Include it in your schedule and do not touch it anymore, it is as important as a customer appointment if you want to evolve!

10. Diversify your learning

Read, watch movies in VO, talk with your friends ... No matter how the main thing is that you enjoy learning the language. Go to international cocktails (Polyglot Club, Wine & Cheese Speaking-agency ...) to meet strangers and throw yourself in the water! Even if you do not understand each other every time and you meet two or three little moments of solitude, you will grow out of it. Have fun!

A little courage for great satisfaction is a good deal, is not it?