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  • Hi, guys.

  • This is Elliot from E.

  • T.

  • J english dot com.

  • Helping you become a fluent English speaker.

  • Today's video is about learning English on your own.

  • Now I had somebody asked me on Facebook whether it's possible to learn English on your own.

  • Andi, I replied with simple answer.

  • Yes, yes, it is on now.

  • I decided I would create a video to explain to all of you how you can learn English on your own and how different the results will be.

  • If the reason why you're learning English on your own is because you don't like language classes, then I completely understand.

  • I hate language classes.

  • I get things done better when I learn on my own, which is why I'm learning Spanish on my own.

  • I just learned Spanish with a non line shooter, Andi, with my own self study on.

  • This is how I recommend that you learn English on your own to ah, lot of the time you could beam or confident.

  • If you practice on your own, the Internet can be your teacher.

  • However, when you're learning English on your own, there will be a few things which can hold you back a few things which might slow you down slightly.

  • But if you watch this video, this should help.

  • When you're learning English on your own, there's a very heavy weight on your shoulder.

  • What I mean by this is that you are in control of your success.

  • It's up to you on how much work you put in on DWhite your goals are and how you achieve them.

  • So you need tohave your priorities straight.

  • Here's a little checklist of the things you need.

  • If you want to learn English on your own, number one, you need a goal.

  • You need to have a plan off.

  • How good you want to be on.

  • Do you need to think about that every day?

  • Two.

  • You need motivation.

  • You need motivation to achieve that goal.

  • Three.

  • You need techniques, which aren't boring.

  • If you get bored easily, then learning English alone is gonna be hard.

  • So you need to find ways to learn, which will keep you entertained, for you need someone to practice with.

  • You can't learn English on your own without having someone to practice with, because if you want to become fluent, you can't become fluent by just talking to yourself in the mirror or recording your voice.

  • You need to practice speaking with someone, which is what I'm here for.

  • This is my job.

  • I'm here to practice with you in my lessons.

  • So you need all of these things that I just mentioned.

  • If you want to be successful, you will need this if you are going to get the pronunciation correct.

  • If you're going to get alot correct grammar and vocabulary, you need to make sure you have all of those boxes ticked.

  • If you don't, then I suggest you learn English in a class.

  • It's fine to learn ALS, the phrases, the tenses, Andi the vocabulary on your own by reading and watching videos and social media.

  • But you do need someone to practice with.

  • There's a point where you want to reach the next level on DTA.

  • Reach the next level.

  • You have to practice speaking with someone.

  • Practice is the most important part off learning English on.

  • If you don't have someone to practice with, then there's no point in you learning English at all.

  • Really.

  • If you want to be a fluent English speaker, so yes, you can learn English on your own.

  • If it's something you prefer to do, then do it.

  • But don't just stay in your comfort zone.

  • I actually read something recently which said that the 90% of success is achieved when you leave your comfort zone.

  • If you're learning English alone, you have to leave your comfort zone.

  • I'm about to tell you a tip.

  • So once a week I want you to do something that makes you feel uncomfortable, something which you don't normally do.

  • So for some people who are learning English alone, it might be speaking to someone in English because this makes a lot of people nervous.

  • But if you do this at least once a week, you'll be improving massively.

  • So once a week, do something that makes you feel uncomfortable and put you out of your comfort zone because you will learn the most when you leave your comfort zone.

  • It's very easy to get too comfortable when you're learning English on your own, and you can easily get distracted by Facebook, your phone, your friends.

  • But when you're learning on your own, you need to treat it like a lesson, so make sure you set it as 30 minutes learning.

  • No distractions, no Facebook, no phones, nothing.

  • Just English.

  • If you need any more advice on learning English alone, then you can book a lesson with me where I coach people on how to learn English as well as teaching vocabulary and phrases and everything.

  • Yeah, If you like the video, please give it alike on Subscribe to my channel form or videos?

  • If you don't know already I am on Snapchat.

  • Andi, I think this is really good for learning English as well.

  • Especially on your own.

  • Thank you very much, Aunt.

  • Happy learning.

Hi, guys.

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