Learn English Based on your Interests

In any kind of study, it is important to give your full focus and attention so that you learn things well. Therefore, I recommend that after learning the basics of English grammar and vocabulary, you learn and practice English with topics that you like! In my opinion, this is an effective way to hone your English skills because it will make you curious about what you are reading, watching, or listening to.

Perhaps you are interested in celebrities or movies? Find news articles or videos that talk about your favorite actors and actresses. Perhaps you like to know more about dinosaurs or planets or stars? Find websites that talk about them. Perhaps you enjoy sports and knowing about athletes’ lives? Watch sports games and news in English. This will allow you to apply your English skills in your everyday life because you like thinking, doing, and talking about what interests you.

What are you interested in?

What are you interested in?

EnglishCentral allows you to learn this way: the videos and courses in the site are categorized under topics. For learners who will be traveling, studying, or working abroad, they choose videos and courses from “Travel English”. For learners who are interested in companies or finance, they choose videos and courses from “Business English”. For kids, kids-at-heart, and beginners, they like learning English with beautiful stories from “Young Learners”. There are many other topics that you can search under, so you won’t get bored!

So, what are you interested in?

I hope you will find learning English more exciting when studying this way. Not only will you be studying the language, but also interesting events, reports, and stories.

Happy learning!


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