Why do you get tired of studying English?

By watching this video lesson, you will learn how to stop getting tired of studying English.

 

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LESSON NOTES

  1. Studying Nonstop
    • Explanation
      • The first reason why you get tired of studying English is that you have been studying nonstop. In other words, you have been pushing yourself to constantly input information. The problem is, your brain never gets a chance to rest. As a result, you get tired of studying English and sometimes feel frustrated.
    • Quote
      • “Taking a break can lead to breakthroughs.” ~Russell Eric Dobda
    • Solution
      • Create a schedule that will give you an opportunity to take periodic study breaks. This will give your brain a chance to actually process information.
  2. Bored with learning English
    • Explanation
      • The second reason why you get tired of studying English is that you are bored with your method of studying. In other words, you have been studying English in the same way for months (and possibly years). The problem is, the monotony of your study method is taking away the joy of learning English. As a result, you get tired of studying English and sometimes feel there is no way to enjoy it.
    • Quote
      • One study stated that monotony and boredom can actually be serious sources of stress. ~ R I Thackray
    • Solution
      • Decide on a series of study patterns that you can alternate. This will make your English studies more interesting and exciting.
  3. Feel like it will never end
    • Explanation
      • The third reason why you get tired of studying English is that you feel like it will never end. In other words, you feel like you will never reach your “destination” of becoming a fluent English speaker. The problem is, by focusing only on the destination, you never give yourself the opportunity to enjoy the journey. As a result, you get tired of studying English and sometimes feel like you are “fighting a losing battle”.
    • Quote
      • “Accomplishment will prove to be a journey, not a destination.” ~Dwight D. Eisenhower, 34th president.
    • Solution
      • Come up with 3 – 5 specific goals you would like to accomplish. These goals will represent special locations/stops along your English journey. (For example: Be able to give a 10-minute speech in English, Hold a 30-minute conversation with a native English speaker, Pass the IELTS exam, etc)
  4. Studying the same thing
    • Explanation
      • The fourth reason why you get tired of studying English is that you feel like you keep studying the same thing. In other words, you feel like you aren’t learning anything new. This feeling gets magnified when you watch English programs and realize that you can’t understand certain situations.  As a result, you get tired of studying English and sometimes feel like there is no way you can improve.
    • Quote
      • “Unless you try to do something beyond what you have already mastered, you will never grow.” ~Ralph Waldo Emerson
    • Solution
      • Find an American program and watch it three times. The first time focus on listening. The second time focus on learning new words/expressions. The third time focus on comprehending the situations. Repeat these 3 steps with different programs each week/month.
  5. English is impossible
    • Explanation
      • The fifth reason why you get tired of studying English is that you feel like it is an impossible goal. In other words, you feel like you will never be able to express yourself fluently in English. This feeling gets deeper every single time you have trouble learning something new. As a result, you get tired of studying English and sometimes feel like you should give up completely.
    • Quote
      • “There is nothing impossible to him who will try.” ~Alexander the Great
    • Solution
      • Find a group of students who are studying English just like you. As you learn new things, share them with the group, and practice what you learn. This exchange of knowledge will actually encourage you and help you feel more confident in your ability to speak in English.

 

 

 

 


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Laila
Laila
2 years ago

Amazing teacher thanks tiffany for your great effort

Fred Silva
Fred Silva
2 years ago

Great teacher and awesome person too. 🙂

رفيق
رفيق
2 years ago

شكرا تيفاني جدا جدا رائع

Jelena
Jelena
2 years ago

Teacher Tiffany is the best teacher I have ever seen.I have impression that I would listen you non stop.Never have I heard so clear and nice voice.Thank you so much and keep going to learn us in the entertaining way

Imad Eddine
Imad Eddine
2 years ago

Very Nice
thanks

eylül
eylül
2 years ago

I love it 🙂 thank you, teacher, you are an amazing

Muna
Muna
1 year ago

you are the best teacher I have see my please teacher how can I become your student

anonymous
anonymous
6 months ago

nice article

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