How a little bit of English every day will help you reach your goals

How a little bit of English every day will help you reach your goals

It’s often tough finding time to practise English. Finding time to practise between work and family commitments can be really challenging. Don’t worry, though. Practising regularly in small amounts is a great way to help you make progress as it will keep everything you learnt in your last lesson fresh in your mind. Here’s a great way to do it.

Print out a monthly calendar and put it on the wall behind your desk or wherever you prefer to practise. Now, each time you practise, put a red cross on that date on the calendar. Your task is to make sure there are no days without a red cross. Even if you only practise for ten minutes, that still counts. Just make sure there are no days without a cross.

This method is really simple but having a visual chart that you can look at will really make you feel guilty if you miss a day and break the chain of red crosses. This is useful because it will motivate you to make sure you remember to practice.

You may be thinking ‘But what can I achieve in 10 minutes?’ The answer is that you can achieve a lot. You could:

● review a vocabulary list

● look up a grammar point

● read an English news article

● listen to an English podcast

● write a journal in English

…or many more things.

If this sounds like a big commitment to you, try just doing it for one month and see how much progress you make. I bet after the first month, you won’t want to break the chain!

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