The Exciting Journey of Studying English: Tips and Answers to Your Questions

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Studying English has been the best adventure I decided to embark on a few years ago. Today, I want to share with you the answers to the most common doubts I faced as a student and now as a teacher.

Not knowing where, how, or when to start.

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Not knowing where, how, or when to start can be overwhelming. And I understand, how do you begin something you have no knowledge of? It’s complex, right? The first step is to find a strong motivation, a “why” that drives us to study consistently, even on those days when we don’t feel like doing anything (which are quite common). Maybe you want to travel, meet new

people, have a new job, or personal growth aspirations. Tell me about your motivation. In my case, it was leaving my hometown, and I have no regrets whatsoever.

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Organizing your time for success.

Once you have your motivation clear, it’s essential to set a schedule in your calendar that you can follow

diligently. Find a space amidst all the pending tasks and things to do. Believe me, it will be worth it!

To begin, you have a world of possibilities around you to study English. You can do it independently, attend an educational center near your city, or have a private tutor who caters to your

personalized needs. With a set schedule and one of the mentioned options, we can move on to the next step.

How long does it take to learn English?

There’s no specific time frame, I’m sorry. When we ask this question, we expect a concrete answer, right? Some places, especially private institutions, will tell you how long their course lasts, but that doesn’t mean you’ll learn everything in that time. Be careful there! In the end, it depends on you and how much time you dedicate to your studies.

What should I start studying to learn English?

However you decide to study English, you must have a curriculum, whether you get it from your teacher or the institution where you are, or whether you find it online.

But, let’s remember that the teacher  is only a facilitator and a guide; they are not 100% responsible for your learning. So, after classes, your study and reinforcement routine should also be in your calendar.

But, teacher, what should I study?

Several topics will be addressed in-depth later.

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And Finally

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this beautiful and great journey comes to its beginning.

Once again, Teacher Solee (that’s me) wishes you all the success in the world on this beautiful journey that awaits you, or if you’ve already started, don’t give up—your goals are beyond fear, and I will feel honored if you allow me to assist you in this process.

See you in class, see you!

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