Easy Ways to Surround Yourself with English

Stephen Devincenzi

An Englishman in Argentina. I'm a teacher and writer for the EnIngles blog. I cook a lot.

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  1. Stephen Devincenzi says:

    Whoever wrote this must be a true genius.

  1. 2 January, 2018

    […] level is, the best way to improve your language skills is by practising every day. There are many easy ways to surround yourself with English, so pick one or two, and make them a New Year’s […]

  2. 3 April, 2018

    […] stop translating in your head. It is as simple as that. I have written before about ways of making your own language-environment. If English is your second language, when you stop reading this article, keep on thinking to […]

  3. 12 June, 2018

    […] have written before about how to make your own immersion environment. The idea of ‘immersion’ is that your target language becomes a real tool for your […]

  4. 15 August, 2018

    […] including myself, are always telling their students that it is important to study, or at least have a bit of contact, with the language you are learning, every day. You should make the most of your daily life to […]

  5. 30 October, 2018

    […] have talked in the past about the benefits of anglicising your daily life. This can be greatly beneficial to your English learning and can be done in some pretty simple […]

  6. 6 December, 2018

    […] the news, or, if you are lucky enough, go travelling! If you can find ways to relate English to your daily life, while having fun or relaxing, you might learn parts of English that are more difficult to pick up […]

  7. 8 January, 2019

    […] have spoken before about ways of Anglicising your everyday environment. Think about what habits you already have, and how they can be easily, […]

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