Set Goals and Make a Plan
The first thing to do is to set goals and make a plan for your learning. As an adult living in an English country, you are in control of how much English you learn! Most people learn better with goals and a plan. Think about:
- Where do I need to use English this week? At work? At the store? At the bank? With my neighbours?
- What do I need to do in English? Speak? Read? Write? Listen?
- How many new words do I want to learn this week?
- How much time will I spend studying every day?
It helps to write your plan on a paper:
English is Everywhere!
Living in Canada, you can practice and learn English almost anywhere! Here are some great ideas:
Use the Internet
Important: Download this paper to record your internet learning activities.English Online is a Manitoba website for learning English. It will connect you to an English teacher, who will help you learn.Mango Languages is a beginner’s program for learning many languages.
You can register for free if you have a South Central Regional Library (Morden/Winkler/Altona) card.
Click here for more great internet resources.