op athletes practice their sport. Footballers practice passing, receiving passes, and scoring. And they run and stretch a lot. Tennis players practice serves and shots. And they run and stretch a lot. Champions practice for hours and hours. To learn English, we should train like an athlete. How? We should read a lot.
Imagine you are talking with your friend in English about a hot topic. You have a lot to say, but you do not know how to express yourself and convey the message. You are looking for the proper word but you cannot find it! Have you ever been stuck in this situation? You might have felt embarrassed or even frustrated. Have you ever talked to an English native speaker, watched a Hollywood movie, or a TV series in English, and wondered why YOU cannot speak like them while you understood almost everything they said? Have you ever asked yourself, “Why?”
Tell them that an outbreak is a sudden rise in the appearance of a disease, an epidemic is an outbreak that spreads quickly in a large number of people at the same time, and a pandemic is an epidemic that crosses geographic borders and usually goes global. In other words, a situation goes from bad (outbreak) to worse (epidemic) to the absolute worst (pandemic).
Reading at home can increase your child’s familiarity and comfort with the second language. Here are some tips for starting to read with your child.
I think we all agree that being stuck at home is not something we wish for, but it can be turned into a great opportunity. This can be a perfect time to do things you have always wished to do. For example, you can make some major progress in your English proficiency skills.
“Is it ok to be in my pajamas? I am at home after all.” “Hmm… Where should I sit?” You might have such questions when you want to attend online…