القواعد الاساسية لتعلم اللغات الاجنبية بصفة عامة Learning English
For Learning English :
Take a class. If you are just beginning to learn English, it is best to begin by taking a class. A qualified teacher can guide you through the basics of English and help you understand the way the language system works.
Get a translation dictionary. Find a dictionary that offers translations of words from your native language to English and from English to your native language. This can help you in the early stages of learning English as you master your vocabulary acquisition.
Expand your vocabulary. Once you have a basic understanding of the way that English works, spend some time expanding your vocabulary. You may want to find English flashcards in your language.
Check your local library for books or classes. Many public libraries offer resources for English Language Learners. They may even host free classes for community members who wish to improve their language fluency. This is more common in areas with a large community of language learners. The library also may have books or audio books that you can check out for free.
Find an IPA dictionary. The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) can help you learn how to pronounce words that you see in writing but don’t know how to say. The book should provide a guide to interpreting the IPA symbols, but you can also find videos online that tell you how to say each of the IPA letter sounds.
For Exposing Yourself to English :
Read different types of English writing. Try to find a mix of more and less formal writing, so you can get a sense of both formal and conversational English.
Watch a diverse array of English programming. English news reports are a great way to begin exposing yourself to English because reporters frequently speak clearly without any significant accent. However, diversifying the types of English videos you watch can help you develop fluency in conversational English so that you do not sound overly formal or stiff in your speech.
Find an English learning buddy. You need to practice speaking English to build fluency, so having a friend who is also learning English will give you both the opportunity to learn and practice together.
Get a quality English Dictionary. Having access to a dictionary that offers clear definitions of unfamiliar words can help you understand words and figure out how to use them in the appropriate context.