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Saturday, July 4, 2009

Where do I start studying English?

where do I start

Learning a new language is not something that can be done in a week unless you’re a genius like Daniel Tammet (he learnt how to speak Icelandic fluently in a week). The combination of learning, studying and practice of the English language is a large process (you need months to see the results) but it’s not necessarily boring.

In Learn English Online we’ve shown that English can be learnt in a pleasant and enjoyable way with the hundreds of resources existing on the Internet. However, like in many tasks, the most difficult thing is how to get started.

In this page we’ll collect the Learning Guides that we create and you then can use them depending on your level of English. These Learning Guides are classified following the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) nomenclature: A1 (Elementary), A2 (Basic), B1 (Pre-intermediate), B2 (Intermediate), C1 (Pre-advanced), C2 (Advanced).

We believe that learning has to be not only a natural process but also as funny and entertaining as possible. And this philosophy is the one that we’ve followed when writing these studying or learning guides.

A continuación y dependiendo de tu nivel de inglés puedes navegar entre las diferentes guías de aprendizaje y escoger la que más te guste.

From the three categories below you can browse through the different Learning Guides and choose the one that you most like or according to your level of Engish.


Elementary
A1 - How to learn English from scratch? - Music
A1 - How to learn English from scratch? - Livemocha
A2 - Learn English in 10 Minutes using Podcasts
A2 - English for beginners - Illnesses vocabulary
A2 - English for beginners - Vocabulary about Football in English


Intermediate
B1 - English for intermediate learners - Reading
B1 - Why using Phrasal Verbs is Crucial For Fluent English
B1 - Learn English Phrasal Verbs Using 3 Powerful Tips
B1 - 3 More Tips to Master English Phrasal Verbs
B1 - Top 20 Most Common English Phrasal Verbs


Advanced
C1 - A Quick Way to Improve Your Vocabulary - Subtitled Videos
C1 - English for advanced learners - Practise with Videos

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