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Improve your Pronunciation

Ʒʽ

Choose a paragraph and read aloud.

ѡһ䲢ʶ

Choose a paragraph and mark each sentence with a sound script (helpful pronunciation markup). This will help you read more naturally and thus pronounce correctly.

ѡһ䲢ÿӱ꣨ǺõĶǣܸȻ׼ȷطˡ

Choose a few sentences from your reading material and highlight content words. Read these sentences focusing on accenting these content words, while quickly speaking over the structure words.

ĶѡһЩӲͻʵʵĶȻʶЩӵʱעضЩʵʣֻܴٶ

Once you become comfortable reading a single paragraph aloud, read an entire page by reading a paragraph aloud and then reading one silently.

㿪ʼشʶһʱǾʹʶһҳеһ䣬ȻĬһ䡣

Choose some nursery rhymes to practice. They will help you with pronunciation through rhythm.

ѡһЩͯҥϰʹʶĹинС

Read a short story or a few paragraphs to a friend who is also studying English. Compare the differences and discuss what might be the reasons for the differences.

һλѧӢѶһƪƪ»Ǽ䡣Ƚ֮ɲԭ

Choose a paragraph, short article or newspaper story with new vocabulary. Use the Babylon dictionary or other online pronunciation resource to help you learn the correct pronunciation of these words.

ѡһ´ʻĶ䣬ĻDZֽţʹðͱ״ʵ߶ԴЩʵķ

Read a play with some friends. Each friend takes a different part. Start with short scenes. Once you are comfortable, read longer pieces together.

һʶ籾ÿ˰ŲͬĽɫȴӶ̾翪ʼȻӦˣٽгϰ

Improve your Vocabulary

ʻ

Construct vocabulary trees from short stories or articles you are reading.

ͨĶƪС˵¹ʻα

Build mind maps based on the stories or articles you are reading.

ĶΪ˼άͼ

Photocopy a page or an article and highlight all the words you do not understand. Look up those words and add them to your vocabulary diary.

ӡһҳһƪ²㲻ʶĵʡֵ䲢Ǽ¼Ĵʻ㱾档

When you come across a word you do not understand, first try to understand based on context.

ʶĵʵʱϵڵᄈƲⵥʵ˼

Focus on prefixes and suffixes and find examples in a text you are reading. Underline and try to understand based on the prefixes or suffixes. Try to come up with the antonyms. These are words with an opposite meaning and are often related (unhappy - happy, misinformation - information, etc.)

עⵥʵǰ׺ͺ׺ıѰӡ߱ͨǰ׺ͺ׺Ʋⵥʵ˼ҲͨƲ⡣磬unhappyĵģ- happyĵģmisinformation󱨣- information Ϣȵȡ

Read a short story and try to retell or rewrite the story using as much vocabulary from the story as possible.

ʶһƪƪ£ʹԭеĴʻ㸴д£ʻԽԽá

Note down nouns and adjectives you do not understand. Use a thesaurus to help you find synonyms to these words. Finding synonyms will help you learn groups of words with similar meanings.

¼㲻ʶĵʺݴʣʹ thesaurus.com ҳʵĽʣܹѧϰͬĵʡ

Improve Your Conversational Skill

߶Ի

Reading Tips to Improve Your Conversational Skills

߶Ի

Choose an article or short story to read with a friend or classmate. Discuss the article together.

ѡһƪ»£һλС飬һʶۡ

Choose an article or short story to read with a friend or classmate. Each person should write down five questions about the article and his / her partner.

ѡһƪ»£СһʶȻÿдºͬ⡣

Read a few articles to develop a debate. Hold the debate in class making arguments based on what you have read.

ĶһЩ£ݣڰϿչصı

Read a short play with a few friends. Continue the conversation by each taking a character from the play and having a discussion about something that happened in the play.

Сһ̾硣Ȼйھ;ۡ

Read dialogues. Once you've practiced the written texts, improvise a continued conversation using the same characters as in the dialogue.

ʶԻıϰ԰ݾеĽɫ˿չĶԻϰ

Read short biographies. Pair up with a friend or classmate and take on the roles of interviewer and famous person (taken from the biography).

ʶƪǡݲɷߺˣӴлȡϢ

Improve Your Conversational Skill

߶Ի

Focus on various tenses or forms, by highlighting examples of a specific form in a text you are reading.

עⲻͬʱ̬ʽͨעıر﷨ϰ

Highlight all auxiliary verbs in a text. Discuss which tenses take the highlighted auxiliary verbs.

ıеʱÿʾʲôʱ̬

Choose a few sentences from your reading material and highlight content words (main verbs, nouns, adjectives, adverbs) in red and structural words (articles, auxiliary verbs, any and some, etc.) in yellow or another color.

ĶѡһЩӣòͬɫͬĴࡣúɫʵʣʣʣݴʣʣûɫܴʣڴʣʣȵȣ

Find linking words (although, however, but, first, next, etc.) and notice how they relate sentences to each other.

ҳӴʣalthough, however, but, first, next,ȵȣעôؾӵġ

Use a text as a basis for a sentence auction in class. Change some of the sentences to an incorrect version and see if you can fool your classmates into thinking they are correct.

ѡһƪ£ڰϷһЩӸijɴĽṹٿλͬѧܹƭˣ

In small groups, highlight sentences using different tenses. Each student explains the reasons for the tense in each sentence.

Сǿʹòͬʱ̬ľӡÿλͬѧһ²ͬʹòͬʱ̬ԭ

Mark-up a few sentences from an article selecting subject, auxiliary verb, main verb, adjective, etc.

һƪѡʣʣݴʵȵĴ䡣

Improve Your Listening Skills

ˮƽ

Read the text as you listen to it on an audio book.

ʱһһ߿ı

Take advantage of audio books. Read a page and then listen to that page. Repeat once a day.

ʶһҳȻƵÿظһΡ

Read aloud to each other in small groups. Each student is responsible for explaining new vocabulary in the paragraphs he / she reads.

СлʶϡÿͬѧҪ/еµʵ˼÷

Ask your teacher to choose a book to read aloud to the class. Do a few pages each day.

ʦѡһ飬ÿҴҳ

Listen to easy audio books in English on your way to and from work.

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