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nick jessie.c.a
country Philippines
languages English


University Instructor, Ateneo de Manila University Masters in English, Ateneo de Manila University (studying) Major in English, Ateneo de Manila University

Experience: 5 years

About me

Why do you want to learn English? Before you begin (or go back to) studying English, ask yourself one question. Why do I want to study English? Is it because you want to or because someone else wants you to? Like every decision in life, studying English must be something you want to do. Set goals If you know why you want to study, setting goals is easy. For example, maybe you want to travel to an English-speaking country. Great! Your goal might be to learn "Survival English". Perhaps you already know many useful phrases, but you want to improve your listening skills and pronunciation. Whatever your goals are, write them down. Make an agenda How long do you need to study to achieve your goals? This answer is different for every student. The important thing is to be realistic. If you work 60 hours per week, don't plan on spending another 40 hours a week studying English. Start off slow, but study regularly. Use material that is challenging, but not too difficult. Find out what works for you. Make a commitment Learning English requires a lot of motivation. Nobody is going to take your attendance when you aren't in class. If you are sure you are ready to begin studying, make a commitment. Have fun learning English The things we do best in life are the things we enjoy doing. If you aren't having fun learning English, you're not studying the right way! You can be a serious student who has fun at the same time. Make up your own rewards program to give yourself incentives to stay on task. Study a Balance of the 4 Key Skills (Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing) Most students want to communicate better in English. If this is one of your goals, it is important to study a balance of the four major skills. Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing are the main (macro) skills you need to communicate in any language. Being very good at only one of these skills will not help you to communicate. For example you need to be able to read well before you can write well. You also need to be able to listen before you can speak. Let me help you! Teacher Jessie Skype: jessie.c.a