How has fear impacted on your language learning?
Many people suffer from anxiety at the idea of studying or improving English.
Now-a-days English is a very important part of life, but for some the thought of having to have a conversation in English can be nerve-wrecking.
Some students may think;
“I don’t know enough vocabulary.”
“My pronunciation is horrible.”
“I don’t think quickly enough to hold a conversation.”
“What if they laugh at me?”
And for some, listening can be just as frightening;
“I won’t understand anything.”
Today, and everyday, is an opportunity to face your fears!
At The Language Corner we offer English classes to help you gain confidence in your English abilities.
We have two language centers located in Madrid.
For learning English both academies offer small class sizes with native teachers.
We offer flexible class times in the morning and evening. You will be able to practice speaking, listening, writing, grammar, dialogue and practical English to use in your daily life.
At The Language Corner we understand learning a new language can present fears.
We invite you to visit one of our English schools on C/ Gerado Cordón, 51 or C/ Gandhi, 19
today. After a simple, stress-free, talk with one of our staff we will discuss your current level and your future English goals and place you in a class that will allow you to face your fears and develop your English skills!
Ian Brown – F.E.A.R (With Lyrics)
Already a student with The Langauge Corner, and still interested in more ways to face fears with English learning?
Set goals for your language learning. Be sure to set attainable and realistic goals. It is easier to stay motivated if you set an achievable goal that you later achieve. If you set a difficult goal and fail, it is harder to stay motivated.
Example: Instead of saying “I will do one hour of English study every night,” begin with 15 minutes and once that is achieved increase to 20 and then 30, etc.
Do things you enjoy, in English. Check out what’s happening at The Language Corner. Frequently there are Book Clubs, television series discussion groups, theater classes, laughter yoga sessions, and more.
Write and read daily in English. This is an excellent way to increase vocabulary and gain confidence to join in on conversations.