As an English Language Learner (ELL), have you looked at your English
Here are three helpful suggestions for improving your English
- If you have access to the internet do a Google search for “English
Writing” programs, or “Learn to Write English” programs. There are hundreds of writingprograms so be careful when choosing. Read everything related to that program before making that purchase. It would be wise to ask someone who has bought “Learn to Write English” programs such as family members, friends, people you work with, or high school teachers.
- If you don’t have access to the internet you may visit your public library and look for books such as “Learn to Write English” or “Basics of Learning the English Language”. Better yet, ask the information desk personnel, they’ve been very helpful the many times I’ve visited my public library when doing research. They are very knowledgeable and helpful. Let them know exactly what you are looking for and they will direct you to the book area where you will find what you need. If that library doesn’t have the books you’re looking for you may ask to have them transferred from another library.
- Get two
writingtablets. The purpose of getting two writingtablets is to keep one at home and to carry one with you. Get a big tablet for home use and a mid size or small one to carry with you at all times. When you get your tablets you’ll notice some will say “Ruled” this means that writingtablet comes with lines for you to write on. If it says, “Unruled” that means it is blank with no lines. Use these two tablets for your English writingonly and make a habit of writingEnglish everyday.
Once you get those
Learning to write the English language as adults may feel overwhelming at first. I know it was overwhelming for me, but with practice you will begin to build confidence as you see your improvement. Save all your