ENGLISH STUDY PLAN | 30-DAY ENGLISH STUDY PLAN TO IMPROVE YOUR ENGLISH FLUENCY

By watching this video lesson, you will learn the most effective 30-Day English Study Plan that will help you speak English fluently.

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30-Day Study Plan

Section 1 | TOPIC: Travel [Days 1 – 5]

3 Reasons why this topic is important:

  1. It will help you learn vocabulary related to modes of transportation, places to visit, and tourist activities.
  2. It provides opportunities to practice describing past and future trips.
  3. It allows you to listen and speak about cultural differences and similarities you have, or will, encounter while traveling.
  • Day 1: [Television/Movie]
    • Watch a TV show or movie in English without subtitles for 30 minutes. Pay attention to the conversational pace and try to follow along without pausing. Remember, it must be about the topic of this section.
  • Day 2: [Partner Practice]
    • Focus on speaking fluently with a language partner or tutor for 30 minutes about the TV show or movie you watched. Practice smooth conversations with natural pauses and intonation.
  • Day 3: [Article]
    • Read a short article or news story out loud for at least 15 minutes. Focus on maintaining a smooth and natural flow while reading. Remember, it must be about the topic of this section.
  • Day 4: [Partner Practice]
    • Engage in a 20-minute English conversation about the article you read. Focus on maintaining fluency and conversational flow.
  • Day 5: [Image Describe]
    • Practice describing a picture or a scene in English for 10 minutes. Focus on speaking smoothly without pausing to search for words. Remember, the images must be related to the topic of this section.

Section 2 | TOPIC: Work [Days 6 – 10]

3 Reasons why this topic is important:

  1. It will give you the tools to talk about your job responsibilities, workplace dynamics, and business etiquette.
  2. It will help you to learn specific industry jargon and vocabulary.
  3. It will provide opportunities for you to practice communication skills that are necessary for job interviews and networking.
  • Day 6: [Television/Movie]
    • Watch a TV show or movie in English without subtitles for 30 minutes. Pay attention to the conversational pace and try to follow along without pausing. Remember, it must be about the topic of this section.
  • Day 7: [Partner Practice]
    • Focus on speaking fluently with a language partner or tutor for 30 minutes about the TV show or movie you watched. Practice smooth conversations with natural pauses and intonation.
  • Day 8: [Article]
    • Read a short article or news story out loud for at least 15 minutes. Focus on maintaining a smooth and natural flow while reading. Remember, it must be about the topic of this section.
  • Day 9: [Partner Practice]
    • Engage in a 20-minute English conversation about the article you read. Focus on maintaining fluency and conversational flow.
  • Day 10: [Image Describe]
    • Practice describing a picture or a scene in English for 10 minutes. Focus on speaking smoothly without pausing to search for words. Remember, the images must be related to the topic of this section.

Section 3 | TOPIC: Success & Failure [Days 11 – 15]

3 Reasons why this topic is important:

  1. It will enable you to communicate achievements and setbacks in a clear and concise manner.
  2. It will help you to learn vocabulary to describe emotional states such as disappointment, satisfaction, and pride.
  3. It will provide room for you to learn how to give and receive constructive criticism and feedback.
  • Day 11: [Television/Movie]
    • Watch a TV show or movie in English without subtitles for 30 minutes. Pay attention to the conversational pace and try to follow along without pausing. Remember, it must be about the topic of this section.
  • Day 12: [Partner Practice]
    • Focus on speaking fluently with a language partner or tutor for 30 minutes about the TV show or movie you watched. Practice smooth conversations with natural pauses and intonation.
  • Day 13: [Article]
    • Read a short article or news story out loud for at least 15 minutes. Focus on maintaining a smooth and natural flow while reading. Remember, it must be about the topic of this section.
  • Day 14: [Partner Practice]
    • Engage in a 20-minute English conversation about the article you read. Focus on maintaining fluency and conversational flow.
  • Day 15: [Image Describe]
    • Practice describing a picture or a scene in English for 10 minutes. Focus on speaking smoothly without pausing to search for words. Remember, the images must be related to the topic of this section.

Section 4 | TOPIC: Food [Days 16 – 20]

3 Reasons why this topic is important:

  1. It will help you learn vocabulary related to food preparation and cooking techniques.
  2. It will provide you with an opportunity to explore new cultural practices and meals.
  3. It will allow you to express tastes and preferences and discuss dietary requirements.
  • Day 16: [Television/Movie]
    • Watch a TV show or movie in English without subtitles for 30 minutes. Pay attention to the conversational pace and try to follow along without pausing. Remember, it must be about the topic of this section.
  • Day 17: [Partner Practice]
    • Focus on speaking fluently with a language partner or tutor for 30 minutes about the TV show or movie you watched. Practice smooth conversations with natural pauses and intonation.
  • Day 18: [Article]
    • Read a short article or news story out loud for at least 15 minutes. Focus on maintaining a smooth and natural flow while reading. Remember, it must be about the topic of this section.
  • Day 19: [Partner Practice]
    • Engage in a 20-minute English conversation about the article you read. Focus on maintaining fluency and conversational flow.
  • Day 20: [Image Describe]
    • Practice describing a picture or a scene in English for 10 minutes. Focus on speaking smoothly without pausing to search for words. Remember, the images must be related to the topic of this section.

Section 5 | TOPIC: Relationships [Days 21 – 25]

3 Reasons why this topic is important:

  1. It will give you a chance to discuss why relationships are important.
  2. It will help you learn how to talk about the ups and downs of relationships.
  3. It will provide you with an opportunity to improve your ability to build healthy relationships.
  • Day 21: [Television/Movie]
    • Watch a TV show or movie in English without subtitles for 30 minutes. Pay attention to the conversational pace and try to follow along without pausing. Remember, it must be about the topic of this section.
  • Day 22: [Partner Practice]
    • Focus on speaking fluently with a language partner or tutor for 30 minutes about the TV show or movie you watched. Practice smooth conversations with natural pauses and intonation.
  • Day 23: [Article]
    • Read a short article or news story out loud for at least 15 minutes. Focus on maintaining a smooth and natural flow while reading. Remember, it must be about the topic of this section.
  • Day 24: [Partner Practice]
    • Engage in a 20-minute English conversation about the article you read. Focus on maintaining fluency and conversational flow.
  • Day 25: [Image Describe]
    • Practice describing a picture or a scene in English for 10 minutes. Focus on speaking smoothly without pausing to search for words. Remember, the images must be related to the topic of this section.

Section 6 | TOPIC: Goals [Days 26 – 30]

3 Reasons why this topic is important:

  1. It will enable you to express your personal and professional goals for the future.
  2. It will help you learn how to talk about the steps needed to achieve your goals.
  3. It will provide you with an opportunity to practice organizing your thoughts about your goals.
  • Day 26: [Television/Movie]
    • Watch a TV show or movie in English without subtitles for 30 minutes. Pay attention to the conversational pace and try to follow along without pausing. Remember, it must be about the topic of this section.
  • Day 27: [Partner Practice]
    • Focus on speaking fluently with a language partner or tutor for 30 minutes about the TV show or movie you watched. Practice smooth conversations with natural pauses and intonation.
  • Day 28: [Article]
    • Read a short article or news story out loud for at least 15 minutes. Focus on maintaining a smooth and natural flow while reading. Remember, it must be about the topic of this section.
  • Day 29: [Partner Practice]
    • Engage in a 20-minute English conversation about the article you read. Focus on maintaining fluency and conversational flow.
  • Day 30: [Image Describe]
    • Practice describing a picture or a scene in English for 10 minutes. Focus on speaking smoothly without pausing to search for words. Remember, the images must be related to the topic of this section.

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Jeffry
Jeffry
7 months ago

I am looking for a partner to practice

Jemma
Jemma
6 months ago
Reply to  Jeffry

I do too, maybe we can practice together?

Enas
Enas
5 months ago
Reply to  Jeffry

Hello everyone here.
Me too.

Val
Val
7 months ago

Perfect plan! I will try to follow it. Thanks

Last edited 7 months ago by Val
Sam
Sam
7 months ago

Sango

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