…interesting article considering it is Ramadan time!
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When you plan to learn English everyone is different. At our Language Centre we find a lot of students like to study in the morning, but then there are the ones who like to sleep in, and prefer the afternoon. However, not only is everyone different, every discipline of English requires different kinds of concentration, e.g. grammar, speaking etc.
So what I plan to show you today are the advantages of different times of day, and what kind of studying technique works best at those.
Studying in the morning:
- You have just woken up and your mind is calm and refreshed, so you have the energy to consolidate what you learned yesterday
Before you go to sleep
- Research has shown that whatever was learned before you went to sleep is most likely to remain untouched by other thoughts until the morning. This is a good…
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