No time to complete a English language course? Here are some ways you can learn English online in your own time.

Although you might want to learn English, sometimes you can’t commit to physically being present in a classroom, and that’s understandable. That doesn’t mean that you have to put off your dream of learning English – you could always try to learn English online! The following ideas are useful alongside a language course in a school, and even if you only want to learn English.

1. Movies and Audio-books

One of the easiest ways to learn English online is by watching movies in English or TV shows. Another less common way to learn English is by using audiobooks from YouTube to accompany an English book you might be reading. That way you can listen to how the words are said, and the natural flow of the sentence.

2. Language Apps

Learn english online with online applicationMake use of all the practical apps to help you learn English online. The first step to learn English online is to download a good dictionary app – find one that lets you save new words, and has a “word of the day”. You could also find an interactive Phonemic Chart to help you with pronunciation. Apps like Memrise help you find the right way to remember words, Doulingo lets you practice grammar and vocabulary through addictive games, which is great.

3. Lifestyle Articles or News

Nowadays people are doing most of their reading online. One way to increase your exposure to English is to follow news and lifestyle websites in English.  Reading lifestyle articles on popular blogs or magazine websites is a good way to learn casual, natural language.You’ll read and learn about a variety of topics, elevate your reading skills and acquire new vocabulary in an effortless way.

4. Keep in Touch with International Friends

Back in the pre-internet days people used pen-friends to practice new languages. It’s a custom that’s alien to people in today’s age, but the concept behind it still holds ground. If you have any international connections, write to them in English to practice your writing skills. 

5. You-tube Videos

Learning English alone can be a solitary experience. Using Youtube allows you to get something similar to a classroom experience. There’s an endless collection of videos explaining grammar, teaching new vocabulary, exemplifying conversations and anything else you can dream of needing to do in English. 

6. BELS Online Lessons

Finally, you can learn English online with BELS. BELS online will help you with all of the above and more; apart from having a platform to practice grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation, BELS also offers Skype lessons with its professional teachers! It’s an opportunity to practice speaking even if you only learn English.

For more information on how to learn English with BELS contact us on [email protected].

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