Download our Free App, Leopp!

Leopp for Google Chrome

Saturday, October 27, 2012

4 Tricks Using Social Media to Help You Learn English

The World Wide Web is redefining the way we as a society communicate, learn, and disseminate information. With just the click of a button you can have access to millions of information and educational databases almost instantaneously. The internet is especially beneficial for individuals of which English is their second language. Social media sites have become especially useful for learning English. There are several ways that social media sites can be useful in your quest to learn English. We have listed four of the best tips/tricks to improve your experience below.

1. Join a reputable social media site. There are numerous sites around the World Wide Web. Be sure you do your research and read the terms, conditions, and fine print of any website that requires a registration to determine if that site is best suited for your unique needs. Some social media sites may not be as beneficial as others to help you learn English. The goals of each site may vary so research will allow you to make the best decision.

2. Become a fan. Social media sites are the home to many organizations that teach English to foreign speakers. Be sure to become a “fan” or “like” the pages of these organizations. This way you will be able to receive updates about special promotions and offers that the company may be running through their social network page. As a fan of that company, you will be kept up to date as they post to their homepage.

3. Update your page. Once you become a member of your social media site, be sure to post goals, aspirations, and comments to your homepage so that your followers can assist you in your experience.

4. Expand your network. Become social media friends with as many people as possible. As you become exposed to more people, you will make more connections and be able to learn about different aspects of the English language.

Social media sites are a great way to supplement your English language education. So, start your search now, join a social media site, and have fun as you immerse yourself in the diversity of the English language.

Sara is an active nanny as well as an active freelance writer. She is a frequent contributor of

Related Posts



| MMXX -

| This blog is under license Creative Commons

| You can see our Privacy Policy