Learning English is not a big deal. The first thing you need to do is join grammar class or if you don’t have that facility try to get a grammar book and read it on daily basis.
Secondly, use English as your daily language don’t hesitate even you’re English sounds pathetic as hell.
Thirdly watch Hollywood movies and listen to Hollywood songs. Well, this is a long-term idea but this could probably help you improve your English.
Improve your English in the following ways:
1.Get a book of English Grammar
Books help you to solve extra problems and concepts. Books also help you to reinforce your vocabulary. That is why reading books is such a good way to learn a language.
2. Youtube is also the best way
No doubt youtube is also the best option for learning but here you won’t be able to directly interact with any trainer.
3. Make a vocabulary book of useful words
Either in a notebook or on your computer, start making a list of useful words and phrases. Every time you hear or see a word you’re not familiar with, note it down. Don’t only focus on the word itself, but search for synonyms and phrases in which it’s used. After all, you might understand what words such as “precedence” or “tantalizing” mean, but do you know how to use them accurately?
4. Watch movies in English
Watching a series on Netflix might not exactly improve your debating skills or formal register, but it helps you to understand the language better, get used to colloquial, conversational forms of English, and implicitly get a feeling for the language. Also, you could try to pick out words that sound highly informal and look up their more scholarly counterparts. Of course, there is also a plethora of documentaries (try anything by David Attenborough to start you off) to be found online as well. Being exposed to a language for the length of a movie might help you to actually start thinking in English.
5. Immerse yourself in English language news
Try to sample a broad range of English language newspapers, including broadsheets as well as magazines and tabloids. As well as helping you keep up to date with current affairs, this range of news sources will also expand your vocabulary. Another advantage is that you will also become more comfortable with how words are spelled and the contexts in which they are used.
6. Have conversations in English
As helpful as listening and reading tasks may be, you also need to use English interactively and practice your own speaking skills. If you’re lucky, you’ll be friends with a few native speakers who can help you out, but if not then try to meet up with someone else studying English. Another option is to talk to yourself in the mirror or record yourself. Listening to the sound of your own voice might be a little bit awkward at first, but you will be able to hear mistakes of which you weren’t previously aware.
7. Curiosity doesn’t always kill the cat
In order to improve rapidly, you should ask a lot of questions and resolve them. Don’t just read phrases. Ask why they are used in a particular way, whether other constructions are possible as well, and don’t trust everything you read online. Of course, it is tempting to be content with the first answer that pops up on Google, but you’ll find more rewards if you show a bit of curiosity.
In order to improve your English, you’ll need to put a lot of continuous effort into learning a language.