Thursday, August 26, 2010

Practical Ways to Learn English For The Beginner

English is often a bugbear for some people. Although English has been learned from the secondary school level, even the elementary school level, many people have not been able to master it. Some complain that often they launched is their lack of international grammatical structure. They consider English grammar is too complicated, as well as spelling and pronunciation. Actually, these obstacles can be overcome if they start trying to understand different forms of words in the English language. That's the first key should be controlled.

At the beginner stage, do not need a lot had to understand all forms of words. Start by understanding the forms of words that the main (Parts of Speech) Work first like the word (Verb), Kata Benda (Noun), Adjectives (Adjective), said Description (adverb, and Pronouns (pronoun).

Similar to the structure of Indonesian, English also has a simple sentence structure that consists of subject and predicate. The difference Predicate in English sometimes have to use the auxiliary verb (aux) if a sentence has no verb. Consider some examples of the following sentence: I leave. It already is a sentence because I was the subject and the word go is a predicate that uses Word Work. In English, the sentence becomes: I go, where I is the Subject and go (Verb) which means go. I'm rich. This sentence has no verb, in the Indonesian language subjects may be directly followed by a rich word which is the adjective. In English sentences require auxiliary verb (auxiliary) is to be composed of am, is, are. In English, the sentence becomes I am rich. So also when subjects diiukti by other words such as nouns (He is a teacher), adverbs (WE are here) and pronouns (That book is mine). What also must be considered here are each to be paired with the subjects. Hence, we must know first that every pronoun.

In English, the pronoun has the distinction based on the Subject, Object, Unto which also consists of two types of words that follow the noun belongs to (Possessive pronoun) and did not diiukti by nouns (personal pronoun). Try you now starting to come back to see your English grammar book, especially the form of the word pronoun (pronoun). Try doing simple exercises first. Once able to master it, it will be easier to go learn tenses (adverbs of time) is considered the most difficult to understand it. Simply put, in studying tenses, keep in mind is changing verbs based on information the past, present, and future (Past, Present, Future). Master the first form before trying to present other forms.
You will more easily understand the forms of past auxiliary verb to be is was and were the resource persons, so too its participle form that is been. And so on, learning based on the steps. In the master tenses, then we will play with logic because the sentences are considered complex tenses such as Past Perfect Tense and Past Continuous Tense ask our attention to the order of an event or occurrence. Regarding the next constraint is constraint spelling and pronunciation is actually just a matter of routine. Practices make perfect, a lot of practice will make you better. Frequently read and write in English. Not what is wrong, provided that after that you try to evaluate it through books or the help of friends or your teacher. What's wrong is if you do not ever want to try it. So is the ability of pronunciation. Many-many are watching events in English or learn to use a DVD guide that is now being circulated in the market, or often practiced every word and sentence is controlled by a friend or your teacher. It would be better if you take an English course where you have the opportunity to have many partners to practice with the guidance of a teacher. Good luck ...

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