Keep notes on words or phrases you learn

Did you ever have a thought you assumed you would never forget? And then a day later, you couldn’t recall what the thought was even about? The same thing happens when you are learning English. You may hear something or read something and think it will stick forever. Instead, whenever you learn something that really interests you or that you think is important, write it down. You can use a notebook or an app that can collect all the important things you learn. It will help you to remember and to become fluent.

Speak as often as possible

Reading, writing, and listening are all great skills to have but to truly be fluent in English, you need to be able to speak the language. The only way to learn to speak English is to practice speaking with native speakers. This can take some effort on your part. You will need to find opportunities to practice. That means finding places or people to speak with or finding English classes that incorporate live speaking practice.

Remember your end goals

You probably have a specific reason why you want to learn English. It could be for work or for a trip you have planned. The reason you are learning English should impact how you are learning. If you are going on a trip, you should focus your studies on travel and tourism vocabulary. The same is true for work. Remembering why you are learning English will help keep you on track to learn quickly.

Learning English is no easy task, but with the tips above paired with professional English classes, you should be able to learn English fast.