1- Be real and patient. Learning a new language needs time and takes a while.
2- Be constant having courses and going to the school. The more constant you are the better and quickly you will learn the language. If you stop to attend courses or do not go often to classes you will forget more and lose fluency and accuracy using the target language.
3- Practice as much as you can in class and outside. Try to use the language you learn regularly.
4- Define a target. Make a weekly, monthly and annual check list for yourself. “I am going to learn 5 words everyday”, “By the end of this month, I will be able to speak both in Past and Future”, “I will be able to make presentations in the target language by the end of this year.”
5- Try to make us of your errors. Make a list of your recurring errors and jot down alternative solutions. Do you homework with one of your classmates and do peer-checking.
6- Make the language you are learning as an inevitable part of your life.
7- Find a comfortable place and study there always. Make up your mind about when to do your homework and do your homework at that time. Do your homework on time and do not amass your homework. Besides, keep what you have studied in a separate notebook.
8- Go through the lessons you had studied that day before you go to bed. Going through such exercises and reading in the target language enables your brain to be busy with the target language even when you are sleeping.
9- When you exercise, speak loudly, and regularly. Self-speaking can make enable you to pronounce better.
10- Revise the topics regularly and try to make a connection between the things you revised with your real life experiences. Take notes and ask what you do not understand.
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