Last week I asked this question:
What is the purpose of language?
Most of the messages I got were pretty correct.
To express ourselves.
To communicate with others.
To tell people what we
Last time we looked at ‘short term memory‘ and why’ focusing’ just isn’t enough.
So, just reading or listening to something is not enough to improve your English…
So far this week, we’ve looked at two important ways to learn English:
1. Walking before you can run
Your memory is an incredible tool.
Many times a day, you ‘experience’
Continuing on from yesterday’s lesson…
When babies start developing, they crawl before they can walk.
Crawling is a slow but safe way to travel.
You wouldn’t crawl around as an adult because it takes
I recently got this question from an EFS subscriber:
“Hi Sam. Thank you for English For Study. I want learn phrasal verbs so I speak to more people better. How I learn these?”
We have this saying in
I don’t know about you…
But I find simple decisions the hardest to make.
I have no trouble in deciding what to study, where to go on holiday, what to spend my money on or even who to marry.
Change always has a cost.
Time, life, money, land, sleep…
History is told through stories of change. Revolutions, great buildings, scientific breakthroughs, powerful leaders and brilliant thinkers
Woah… Did Sam really just write that?
Spelling is not important when you’re in the middle of a conversation or debate.
What is important is communicating your message effectively and clearly.
I’ve got another English learning QnA for you today.
You can check out the last one here: I Can’t Understand My Friends.
I really like these thoughtful and interesting questions.
If you didn’t already know, I’m working on a new higher-level English project. Since announcing it, I’ve received some really interesting questions.
Here’s one from someone who’s