5 Ways Reading Improves English + Best Practices to Read

2019-01-10T22:39:10+05:30By |Spoken English, Written English|

Reading improves English.

If practiced correctly, reading books suiting your level can accelerate vocabulary-building, improve grammar, and sharpen writing. Although reading doesn’t directly impact your spoken English, it can to some extent improve it through better vocabulary, reading out loud, and a deeper knowledge base.

First off, let’s cover few cardinal rules of reading that will get you the most out of your reading:

7 Reasons Why Learning English Is Important? [With Examples and Studies]

2019-01-12T13:44:29+05:30By |Spoken English, Written English|

Why be fluent in English?

Professional success.

That’s the first thing that comes to our mind. Whether you like it or not, English is the de facto language of business in many countries and for cross-border communication, and interviews for most meaningful jobs are conducted in English.

And its importance is only going to increase in future (point # 3 further down in the post).

I don’t need to convince you on importance of speaking fluent English for professional success. You would have observed this around you and probably experienced too.

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