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摘要: 成都龙新教育整理高一英语的高效学习方法,提高学员高中英语成绩,掌握高中英语的学习效率以及学习方法,一起来跟随小编了解一下吧。


  When I start to learn languages,I often approach it through the eyes of a child.Children’s books and learning materials start with the basics and break them down into small fragments—and when you’re pressed for time,that can be much easier than getting into a dense workbook.


  When I first started learning Korean,I learned my numbers in 10 minutes with the Korean Numbers Song.Later,I used children’s books and music videos to help gauge when I was ready to move past an introductory level.When I got to Korea,I gained confidence by speaking to nieces and younger students—they understood my basic words,and I wasn’t so worried about messing up.These conversations gave me the foundation to learn“formal”Korean later.



  Before I left for India,I got to know the three Khans—Shurukh,Salman,and Aamir—three of the most popular Bollywood Stars of our time.I immersed myself in their movies and songs,which not only made my ear familiar with the inflection and sounds of Hindi language,but also helped me learn a few basic phrases.


  Of course,my first words in Hindi,“Tere naam le ke”(my heart takes your name)didn’t really help me order food or get around Mumbai efficiently.But,because I understood how real Hindi is spoken,as I learned the language,I ended up speaking it fluidly instead of like a robot(as I might from one of those audio-lessons).I also got to bond with my host family about the movies I had seen and the music I liked.

  当然,小编学会的第一句印度语“Tere naam le ke”(小编的心里刻了你的名字),虽然在点菜以及孟买游玩时并没帮上什么大忙,但因为小编了解真实生活中的印地语是如何说的,所以小编的发音非常流畅,完全不是音频教程中那种机器般的发音。那些以前看过的这些电影和喜欢的音乐,还让小编和主人家庭关系更加密切。

  In Thailand and Japan,I learned a lot of basic phrases by studying karaoke songs—and even performing them!While it was embarrassing at first,it did help me practice my language,and also prepare for business situations(where karaoke is a common networking event).



  Instead of reading about the local market in your language text,why not just go there?Visit the Chinatown,Koreatown,or other ethnic neighborhood in your city at home,and talk with people to practice numbers,basic words and phrases,and polite formalities.I’ve found that vendors(especially in the U.S.)are always happy to chat with me,and even happier to help correct my language mistakes.It’s a great place to practice a lot of conversation in a short amount of time.



  There’s no need to invest in expensive software when there are so many free resources and apps out there.With a few downloads and apps,you can get daily updates and lessons,speak with a native over Skype,or have Google hangouts with people who are also learning.You can also get one-on-one attention with teachers and tutors on some of these sites.In addition,the BBC has great language learning guides,which offer insight into culture and everyday life in other countries.



  The only way language will stick is by speaking and listening often,so take any opportunity you can find to use another language.Talk to friends from other countries,try out an ethnic restaurant and speak to the owners in their language,or join meet-ups of like-minded language learners.Even when I’m at home,I try to speak new words and ask about how things are pronounced correctly in a different language.Remember to work on your accent and tones—one of the best compliments to receive is“your accent is really good!”


  Learning a language doesn’t have to be a resolution that gets tabled again—it can be something to embrace in a fun new way.So as you prepare to travel to a new country this year,don’t be afraid to dive into the language.You may not become fluent,but knowing a little bit will go a long way.







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