Use every minute you might have to do little bits of study.
If you regularly travel by public transport then use this time to read. Read something that interests you in the news, in a journal, in a novel.
If you travel by car or foot then this is great time to listen to podcasts. Listen to something informative or something amusing. Both will have positive effects on your listening skills.
While you’re standing in the queue at the supermarket or in other shops listen to the conversations people are having with each other. If the conversation is in English, listen out for new phrases you might be able to use. If the conversation is in your language, think how you would say the same thing in English.
Use every minute you might have to do little bits of study. If you regularly travel by public transport then use this time to read. Read something that interests you in the news, in a journal, in a novel.
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