HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR ENGLISH VOCABULARY READ IN ENGLISH
HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR ENGLISH VOCABULARY READ IN ENGLISH Reading is an excellent way to improve your English vocabulary because you will learn lots of different types of words (verbs, nouns, adjectives, informal English, formal English) It is fun and interesting to read a story or to read a news article. Since it is fun, you will be more motivated to do it and it won’t seem like work or study. There is a real reason to learn the new words, and this is to understand the story you want to are reading. Once you learn the new words, they will stay with you, and you will be able to use them on a regular basis. Another advantage of reading is that you will see the same word several times in different sentences. This repetition helps you learn more effectively. There are different sources you can read to improve your English. Simplified English books Teen fiction and young adult books Newspapers
READ SIMPLIFIED ENGLISH BOOKS Simplified books can be “graded readers” or “easy readers.” They are called “simplified” because the vocabulary is simpler and suitable for English learners to understand. The sentence structure is also simpler and easier to understand. There are different levels of difficulty for all levels of English (from beginner/elementary to advanced.) Try the intermediate level. The books sometimes also have an audio version, which you can use to learn the pronunciation of the written word.
READ TEEN FICTION BOOKS AND YOUNG ADULT BOOKS Teen fiction books are for native speakers aged between 10 and 15. Young adult (YA) books are for native speakers aged between 16 and 25. Since they are for young native speakers, the level of English has also been slightly simplified. This makes them easier to read for students of English as a second language (ESL).
READ NEWSPAPERS For upper-intermediate and advanced level English students, reading newspapers helps to stay up to date with news and current affairs, and to learn new vocabulary on a very wide range of subjects, like politics, economics, business, sport, legal, and health issues. This is vocabulary applicable to regular conversations and to the everyday use of the language. Have a blessed week! Like and follow the page; share it with your friends! Thank you!