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English from scratch

This information — for those who want to start learning English at our own site. Is it possible? Easily! After all, how-to articles written in plain Russian. You can start learning English at any level of knowledge, even zero.

The site has a theme of «Beginners», which contains all the articles describing the most basic phenomena in language and suitable for the beginning of the study. But we would like for you to structure the information and to propose to study it in a specific sequence.

For starters, you need to decide how it will look your process of learning English. Help to organize the article:

  1. We start to learn English from scratch
  2. How to learn a foreign language
  3. English for Beginners
  4. Learning English words
  5. Learning English grammar
  6. Repetition — whether and why?
  7. What does it mean to learn a new word?
  8. Terms English

The first thing we learn — the alphabet of a new language, his letters and sounds. Then we learn to correctly pronounce and write words and phrases. To understand these Ahaz, useful articles:

  1. English alphabet
  2. How many letters in the English alphabet
  3. The sounds in the English language
  4. Rules of reading the English language — vowels
  5. Rules of reading the English language — consonants
  6. Pronunciation of English
  7. Types of syllables in English
  8. Transcription English
  9. English orthography

Now we learn the first words and themes. To begin select the most simple language, learn to read and remember. We need it to start building proposals. To do this, fit the article:

  1. Days of the week in English
  2. Figures English
  3. Time in English
  4. Colors in English
  5. Seasons in English
  6. Animals in English
  7. Body parts in English
  8. Products in English
  9. Clothing English
  10. Family English
  11. Description human English
  12. Professions English
  13. Description of the house and rooms in English
  14. The daily routine in English
  15. Greetings in English
  16. Words related to the structure of language

Try not to disturb the order as they are listed from easy to difficult.

Simultaneously with the study of words should begin to learn grammar. Learn grammar by yourself — is not easy. Therefore, if you still have questions after reading this article, be sure to write them in the comments on the article or ask on the forum of the «Grammar». Here are the first grammatical topics that need to learn:

  1. Parts of speech in English
  2. The noun in the English language
  3. Plural nouns English
  4. Possessives in English
  5. Article in English. The general concept
  6. Adjectives in English
  7. Personal pronouns English
  8. Possessive pronouns in English
  9. The use of some, any, no
  10. Numerals in English
  11. Form of the verb in the English language
  12. Regular and irregular verbs in English
  13. Three forms of irregular verbs
  14. How many times in English
  15. Now in English
  16. Modal verbs in English
  17. Offers in English
  18. The word order in the English sentence
  19. Types in English sentences
  20. Negation in English
  21. Question words in English
  22. Types of questions in English

Throughout the time that you devote to studying the language, you can occasionally feel the decline in sentiment. Difficult moments in the grammar can cause a desire to give up and do something simpler. Do not fall! To maintain the motivation to learn English, read the following article:

  1. The value of English in the modern world
  2. I want to learn English
  3. 5 reasons to learn a foreign language
  4. 7 misconceptions about learning a foreign language
  5. 5 excuses not to learn the language
  6. The difficulty of the English language

In addition, today we can offer you learn English by Skype with our teachers. Low price and high performance training — this is exactly what is needed for those who want to learn the language as soon as possible.



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