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Deciding to take on a new language on a serious level (e.g. using it for your job or to get a university degree), requires more than just sitting down and passing some exams. It requires a decision on the part of the learner to take it into their life and live and breathe – for, well, ever! So how does someone actually manage to do that? By approaching the learning in a creative way.
Hopefully the learner has already got off to a great start with an excellent teacher and an engaging English programme. But it won’t end there. To take it into your heart involves reimagining and rebuilding your English right throughout your life. This starts with a decision and requires constant attention. Sometimes this attention comes from external influences and sometimes from internal pressure.
External influences to reimagine and rebuild your English
- University studies…
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