4 ways to use technology in improving your English language skill

Whether you wanted to improve your English skills for personal use or for work, do it the fun way with using technology!

Watch

This is the easiest and funnest way to learn english!

Watching movies with subtitles can help a lot because there are emotions involved. When emotions are involved, we remember better.

Windows

You can use Media Player Classic for Windows. Just click File>Subtitle Database>Download then save the chosen subtitle file in the same folder with movie or drag the file on the movie screen while it’s playing.

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Mac and others

Media Player Classic is only for Window but don’t fret Mac, Android, and Linux users! You can use Subscene and download subtitles from there.

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Write with the help of apps

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First of all, get it out of your head that you’re not a writer! If you can write, then you CAN write! Whether the only thing you’ve written is your name and your school notes, it doesn’t matter. Write whatever you think about in English using blog sites and English Grammar Checker apps like Ginger. It’s free!

*As of this writing, you can’t save your work in Ginger. You can download the app, then write in it then copy paste your work in the in your blog site. Once you close Ginger, your work is gone. Or you can write elsewhere then paste it on Ginger for checking and editing then copy paste the edited work.

Read

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Put your phone or tablet to good use by saving ebooks there and making it your digital library.

Listen 

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audible

Not into reading? You can listen to books instead! Try Audible or Librivox. They have a great library to choose from.

another one are podcasts! Podcasts are downloadable audio series about different topics. They’re like radio shows that are recorded for you to listen whenever it’s convenient for you. These are the best podcast apps according to Tom’s Guide. Just click this.

If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his own language, that goes to his heart.

Nelson Mandela

 

Amor Urate

Amor Urate

Born and grew up in Imus, Cavite, Philippines. Third of four siblings. One of the boys but loves girly stuff as well.Freelance Web Content Analyst & Transcriber since late 2012 and now a freelance writer and founder of https://fabtapped.wordpress.com! Loves exploring tech stuff with the goal that one day, will be one of the people that will use technology for medicine and environmental causes.
Amor Urate