Put an English habit in your life!

Make English a daily habit


The ONLY way that you can effectively improve your language learning is by:


regular contact with the language that you want to learn, especially with time every day for

for this to be effective, these actions have to become

  • habits


We are where we are because of what we have done before, if you are happy with that then you don’t have a problem. If you are not happy with “where you are” then you need to change things.


It is essential that your language learning is regular and long lasting. That is only possible if it becomes a “habit”


It can only become a habit when you have done it every day for a minimum of 30 days, 60 is better.

What habits should you get?


I don’t have enough time!

– Decide what is more important    –  remember that if you don’t do it, you won’t speak better English

 Why 30 days?

You have to convince your brain that you really want to change what you normally do.

Your teacher can’t learn English for you, only you can learn it for you.

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  1. Katie says:

    Great post indeed! I was looking for such articles online to assist me learning English through various other means. And your post really helped me a lot 🙂

  2. Carlos says:

    Ooops. Now I know why I’m having problems. I will try to do what you say.

  3. Jaime Blasco Royo says:

    Hi. Looking at the previous posts’ dates, it seems that I’ve discovered this site a bit late 🙂 But better late than never.
    So, I would only like to say that I find your approach to language learning absolutely brilliant.

    • admin says:

      Hi Jaime,
      Thanks for your nice comments. This information is timeless so you can never be too late in discovering it 🙂
      New habits are relatively simple to establish, it’s often more difficult to find time for new activities by freeing yourself from time-consuming low quality habits.