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Easy way to learn English: 4 facts that make learning English much easier


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Easy way to learn English: 4 facts that make learning English much easier


You will be surprised: cramming is not always necessary to start speaking English. There are powerful ways to improve your pronunciation and expand your vocabulary! Ready to format? Then go ahead!

English teachers say: the letter R, r corresponds to a consonant sound. However, it's easier to learn how to pronounce it by referring is pronounced very similarly. By starting to consider / [t].

Emphasis on "right" times

Depending on the interpretation, 12, 16 and even 24 times are distinguished in English! For enthusiasts, the study of temporal forms becomes Everest, and their confident use in speech is a sign of higher linguistic aerobatics. But more benefit can be gained by focusing on common times. The law of economy of language means works: native speakers rarely pronounce the Future Perfect and Future Perfect Progressive forms - they are replaced with simplified counterparts. The native would rather choose the sentence “When you come, the teacher is going to be gone” rather than “The teacher will have left when you come”.

Future tense expression

In schools, acquaintance with the future tense begins with Future Simple, native speakers use the construction going to. In second place is Present Progressive, in third place is Future Simple. A few examples:

  • She is going to make it real.
  • My little sister is participating in my performance tomorrow.
  • We will do it.

American vs. British: many differences, but much more in common

The difference in the most popular variants of the language is expressed in terms of grammar, vocabulary:

  • airplane (American) - aeroplan (British)
  • crosswalk - pedestrian, zebra crossing
  • garbage, trash - rubbish
  • pavement - road surface
  • store, shop - shop
  • vacation - holiday (s).
  • It looks like it`s going to rain - It looks as if / like it`s going to rain.

Immersion in the topic requires a professional duty - work as a translator, business communication with foreign colleagues. The rest should not be tormented by memorizing a double set of words: it is enough to follow the English-speaking culture, to use the language of cinema. British and American English are separated by an ocean, but they are united by the Internet, cinema, and popular culture.

Current material has been prepared by Egor Eremeev
Education: Kuban State University, Russia (World Economics); Westminster University (Business & Management).
Egor studied and lived in the UK for 8 years and graduated from the university of Westminster. He is currently the co-founder and the director of business development at Smapse Education and personally visits foreign schools and universities, interviews students studying in those institutions.
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