My Experience of Learning English
Starting from Scratch
I still remember the first day of learning English. I was in the sixth grade and everything looked so new to me. Every word sounded so strange and unfamiliar. I was clueless about verbs, adjectives, tenses, and grammar. However, I also felt a sense of excitement inside me. I had a strong desire to learn and a determination to improve my language skills.
Adjusting to the Language Environment
During my first year of learning, I struggled a lot to understand the basic concepts of English, but things gradually started to make sense. Reading books and watching TV shows helped me absorb new words and phrases easily. I also tried to practice my listening and speaking skills by talking to my English-speaking friends. This helped me gain confidence and improve my pronunciation.
Reaping the Benefits
Now, after several years of learning and practice, I can confidently say that English has become my favorite subject. I can read books, watch movies and communicate in English with ease. I scored high in my English exams and have even won a few speech competitions. I am glad that I took English seriously and put in the effort to improve.
The Importance of Perseverance
From my experience, I learned that English is not a subject that can be learned overnight. It requires consistent effort, patience, and commitment. The key is to practice regularly, read a lot, and interact with native speakers as much as possible. I also realized that learning English is not just about passing exams, but about acquiring a valuable asset that will serve me well for the rest of my life.