How to Learn English Well in One Month?

First of all, a disclaimer: I do not recommend this as a way of studying English.
But needs must.
Sometimes students have a test approaching and there is no choice — or maybe a lack of time. I understand. But really, the best way of studying English is over an extended period of time. Steady regular study sessions every day over a longer period of time is the best method.

But there it is. You have one month. So what to do?
Imagine you are doing army training.
Imagine you are training to be an ELITE MARINE.

BELIEVE IN YOURSELF
The first thing you have to do is believe in yourself.
And I don’t mean some half-hearted look in the mirror and telling yourself you can do anything — No, that is nowhere near enough.
You will have to have cast-iron faith in your abilities. You will have to be stoic about what you are about to take on and what it will involve.
Seriously, you do not have any room for vague ponderings about whether you can study English in one month.
You either believe in it — or you don’t.


FORGET EVERYTHING ELSE IN YOUR LIFE
And when I say forget everything else in your life I mean the following:
  • Social media
  • TV
  • Movies
  • Music
  • Shopping
  • Friends
  • Family
  • Girlfriend/Boyfriend/Wife/Husband
  • Casual conversation
  • Small talk with your neighbors
  • Reading books
  • Catching up with old acquaintances
  • Playing with your dog
  • Your hobbies and interests


In fact, forget about EVERYTHING because all you are going to be doing for the next FOUR weeks is studying English.
Yes, you can watch movies, watch TV, read books or catch up with the news — BUT IT HAS TO BE IN ENGLISH.
If you are doing any of the above activities in your own language YOU ARE WASTING YOUR OWN DAMN TIME.
And time is not a luxury that you have.
You only have ONE month.
That is for FOUR weeks.
THIRTY days.
720 hours.
43,200 minutes.
2,592,000 seconds.
Think long and hard about that. Now think about it again.

LISTEN, SPEAK, READ, WRITE, RINSE, REPEAT
This is the way that you will have to study English.
You do listening practice — then speak.
You do reading practice — then write.
You do reading practice — then make notes of new vocabulary.
You do speaking practice — then read.
You do writing practice — then listen.
All of the English skills are connected. Study them equally and try to fit time in your day for studying ONE of the skills for each study session.
Use TIME BLOCKING to help you map out what skills you will be studying at what time.

But you MUST study ALL of the English skills ALL the time.


CONNECT WITH ENGLISH EVERYWHERE
On the rare occasions that you are outside and not actually at home or in the classroom and studying English, you can — and must — connect with English everywhere.
You see a sign in English — read the words out loud to yourself.
You hear something in English in a taxi radio or advertising or news — repeat every word you hear.
You see a native-English speaker lost in the middle of your town — go and help him. Speak English with this person and help them in English.
Every opportunity you get to practice English, you must grab it with both hands.


PRACTICE AT HOME
Like I said above, you must use the method of TIME BLOCKING and fill all your waking hours with English study sessions.
YOU DO NOT HAVE TIME FOR ANY FREE TIME.
Carefully fill all your days with study sessions. Use Google Calendar as it is very easy and convenient to use.


LISTEN TO MOVIES, PODCASTS AND THE NEWS — EVERY DAMN DAY!
Find English movies, English podcasts and English news and use these in your English listening study sessions.
Listen to this daily. Go over and over them until your ears bleed.
Use English movies with subtitles to help you find out the meaning of every word in the movie.
Use podcasts with transcripts so you know the meaning of all the words in the podcast.
Watch the news with subtitles.
LISTEN — then repeat as much as you can. Speak out loud everything you hear.

SPEAK IN FULL SENTENCES
Every opportunity you get, speak in full sentences.
If you are greeting your English teacher — do not just nod your head and say Ha.
Greet her with a full sentence in English — GOOD MORNING TEACHER, HOW ARE YOU TODAY?
Make sure you use FULL SENTENCES all the time.


READ EVERYTHING
Read everything you can get your hands on.
Read:
  • The News
    • Short Stories
    • Novels
    • Articles
    • How-to Guides
    • Magazines
    • Blogs
    • History
    • Science

In fact, just read everything. It will all help you and it is all useful.
Make sure you have a notebook for writing down new English words.
And when reading at home — READ EVERYTHING OUT LOUD.
Now you are reading and speaking English at the same time.


WRITE A JOURNAL
Write a daily journal in English.
In your journal, you can write:
  • About your life
    • Things you do every day
    • Things you eat every day
    • Your dreams
    • Descriptions of your friends and family
    • Short stories
But you must write and you must write EVERY DAMN DAY.

SUMMARY
Trying to do the ONE MONTH CHALLENGE in English is hard. It is not easy.
But you can do it. It is within your reach.
Why? Because human beings are incredibly resilient and robust creatures.
We are strong and extremely capable.
SO WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR??



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