Congratulations! English is probably the most useful language to learn in the world. English can open many doors for you.
English is not a very difficult language for beginners. You can start speaking very quickly. With 200 words you can say many things.
Advice for beginners:
- Start by learning about 200 important words (nouns, verbs,adjectives,connecting words etc). For example:
NOUNS: car, house, table, road, person, ticket, time, book, food,
VERBS: eat, drink, speak, walk, say, help, can, like, sleep, take, give, buy, like
ADJECTIVES: hot, cold, good, bad, expensive, cheap, happy, sad, big, small
CONNECTING WORDS: and, but
DETERMINERS: a(n), the, some, many, more
QUESTION WORDS: what, why, when, how, which
- Learn how to make questions such as:
Can I/you …? Do you …? Are you …?
- Learn to talk about you and your family/town/country
- Read some easy books such as Oxford University Press readers
- Listen to films and TV with subtitles in your language.
- Learn via the BBC. BBC learning English is a great website where you can get translations of words into English.
- Be patient. It takes time for beginners to learn a language
- Making mistakes is good. Every learner makes a lot of mistakes and this is necessary for learning.