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Watch films in English with subtitles.

Watch films in English with subtitles.Watch film on a computer, on laptop, on digital player. Make sure you can pause the film any time. When you hear interesting phrase and you already know where you are going to use it, pause the film, write out a new phrase. In the end you’ll probably have 20-50 new phrases. Do not write out every phrase. Start with film that you’ve already seen in your native language many times
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1. Motivation . You have to answer to these questions: English – for what? Speak English – with whom, what topics, in what situations? Imagine your life in details in 6 months. How English can change your life?2. Aim. Make “Learner’s plan”. You MUST learn not less than 20 phrases by heart in a day. Not just words, but phrases or even sentences. On Sunday you’ll know 140 phrases, in a month - 560, in 6months – 3360. You have to register the time of your lessons. Not less than 12 hours in a week.3
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Drawing some character.

Beside of watching Animes and doing nothing. I like sometimes to draw something. Usually it's some unknown Anime/cartoon-like caracter. It's easier to draw those, because when some limb happens to gome out too big, or bigger than it's partner, when whole posture looks like it falls down. I can allways say, that it's just a feature, not an error. Although when drawing with computer. Mistakes are easyer to fix. Especially when using vector graphic editor like Inkscape. I still have big trouble to
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Happy Lunar New Year!

The upcoming Chinese lunar new year is called 'year of the ox'. Every lunar year has a different kind of animal to name the year. Only 12 kinds of animals are chosen. In addition to 'ox', the others are 'rat', 'tiger', 'hare', 'dragon', 'snake', 'horse', 'sheep', 'monkey', 'cock', 'dog', 'boar'.Why the ancient Chinese chose these animals as the symbols: a long story. Every animal means differently to the people living in the land thousands of years ago. But, to me, what's important is that they
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By The Associated Press Text of President Barack Obama's inaugural address Tuesday, as prepared for delivery and released by the Presidential Inaugural Committee.OBAMA: My fellow citizens:I stand here today humbled by the task before us, grateful for the trust you have bestowed, mindful of the sacrifices borne by our ancestors. I thank President Bush for his service to our nation, as well as the generosity and co-operation he has shown throughout this transition.Forty-four Americans have now tak
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What to start with?

I have been wondring about a subject to start with, but I did not find any. so, I'll let it come spontaneously. You know, I liked this new version of Engish Club: new options, more freedom to express oneself by adding photos,making friends and sharing things and ideas with them.I wish the best of luck to every body mainly to the founder of English Club JOSEF ESSBERGER
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Basic Greetings in English

We've added a new English Club page covering basic greetings in English. For a preview of the audio component you can go through my music player. If you like what you hear, add the audio to your music player. Simply click on +Add to my music.Why not try adding your voice to your MyPage? How about an audio introduction?
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