Enliven Your English Writing Skills

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English writing is thought to be an essential skill for success in the modern global economy. Many experts would go as far to say that without certain knowledge. for more info https://voiceskills.org/

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Enliven Your English Writing Skills :

Enliven Your English Writing Skills

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English writing is thought to be an essential skill for success in the modern global economy. Many experts would go as far to say that without certain knowledge of English reading skills and English writing skills, a career would be somewhat limited if it involves doing business in English-speaking countries at even a basic level.

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Therefore, it is recommended that English writing becomes a necessity for any global businessperson who wishes to advance his or her career in the global marketplace. The good news is that while English reading and English speaking are best learnt in either an online forum or an in-class course, English writing can be taught at a pace consistent with your current writing ability. One method of learning English writing is to study subjects that you enjoy learning about and writing in the style of your favorite authors of those subjects. By writing and rewriting particular passages, words and sentences that make up the work, you will gradually notice and understand particular themes that are often used in English writing. Of course, the best way to learn English writing is together with a good English speaking and reading programmer so all three can work together to form the basis of a solid knowledge of the English language.

Seven fold Path to help you improve your English writing skills :

Seven fold Path to help you improve your English writing skills 1. Write in English every day this is the most important tip to improve your writing skills in English. Start by thinking of a theme, for example, you could start writing a diary of something that happens to you every day, you can write a few lines of a story each day or you could write emails to your friends in English. This might be difficult at first but the more you continue, the easier it will become and you might even end up enjoying it!

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2. Improve your vocabulary Having a wide range of vocabulary is very important when you’re writing in English. An excellent way to improve your vocabulary is to read as much as possible. If you read books, newspapers or magazines in English, you will learn many new words and common English idioms. Remember to write down the new words and expressions you read and their meanings so you can learn them.

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3. Ask someone to check your writing If you’re studying at an English language school, you could ask your teacher to check your writing for you. Otherwise, why not ask a friend or relative who speaks English? I’m sure they’d be happy to help! You might even be able to do a writing language exchange – find an English person who is learning your language and write letters or emails to each other (you can write in English and they can write in your language). When you send a reply, you can also send their letter back to them with corrections and they can do the same for you!

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4. Use a dictionary You might feel that using a dictionary when you write is ‘cheating’ but think again – it is actually a great way to improve your vocabulary and practice using words and phrases that you’ve heard but haven’t used before. Remember to ask someone to check your writing to make sure you have used the vocabulary correctly. Write about different topics If you write about the same thing every day, you could become very bored and you might end up using the same words and phrases over and over again! It is a good idea to find different topics to write about as this will help to widen your vocabulary and will be much more interesting for you. Writing about something you read in a newspaper or watched on TV is a good starting point .

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5. Check your writing carefully after you have written something in English, you should always read it again, either straight away or the next day. When you do this, you will probably see a few mistakes that you didn’t notice when you were writing it. Remember to check the spelling, grammar and vocabulary – have you used a particular word many times? Can you think of another way to say it?

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6. Write to your friends Do you have friends who speak English (e.g. people you have met in your English classes)? If so, you should definitely practice your writing with them! There are many ways to do this – using social media (Facebook, Twitter etc.), sending emails, writing text messages, chatting on Skype etc. The best thing about writing to people who are also learning English is that you can correct each other’s mistakes.

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7. Don’t be afraid to make mistakes! It’s easy to decide not to do any English writing as you are worried that you will make lots of mistakes. However, the more you write and get your writing corrected, the fewer mistakes you will make! And finally… Good luck and happy writing!!!!!!

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Thank You Voice Training and Research Institute No.135, First Main Road,  K.K Nagar, Madurai- 625020. E-mail: [email protected] Ph no: +91- 95970 82692 / 95970 84540 Web: https://voiceskills.org/

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