Help! I’m not improving my English!

Hello, everyone! How’s it going? 🙂

Do you sometimes feel like you’re not improving your English? The good news is that you ARE improving, but you just aren’t noticing it.

In this video, Emma recommends some helpful tips anyone can use to evaluate their progress: keeping a journal, goal setting, and other techniques.

After watching this useful lesson, you will have new tools to measure your success. Answer this quiz.

Did you enjoy the lesson? Do you have any doubts or suggestions? Leave a comment!

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4 thoughts on “Help! I’m not improving my English!

  1. Clara Gomes says:

    Hi teacher!! This video is a very goog way to show us that is not impossible to improve our english and more: it can be easy and funny!! I think that the one thing we can never give up is to study and study 😀 And, I got 10 correct out of 10 at the quiz hahaha ❤

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    • mirellenascimento says:

      Ahhhh, that is perfect! Congratulations and keep on being that outstanding! 😀
      For sure, if there is one thing that is a truth about the English language is we can never stop studying. It requires hard work and may be tough sometimes; it is such rewarding, though.
      Thanks a lot for your feedback!

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  2. Ewerton says:

    Teacher, Sometimes i have this feeling. This video can help a lot. from now, I”ll try to list some goals for a week, rsrs. And the last tip, i am trying to do it once a week. I talk to my friend only in English by audio on wpp. and yes, taping ouselves it’s a great way to recognize where we are making some mistakes

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    • mirellenascimento says:

      Hello, dear. First of all, I really appreciate your comment. 🙂
      In fact, as we become advanced learners, it is very common to feel it as well as to hear people say this. Her tips are extremely useful!
      Congrats on your attitudes! Keep on being this studious pupil!
      See you!
      Anything you need, count on me!

      Like

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