In this post I again have some innovative tips that I am sure will be conducive to learning English for beginners and advanced learners. These important tips will help you significantly to improve your professional writing and writing for everyday use.
“True ease in writing comes from art not chance;
As those move easiest who have learned to dance.”
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The common question is ‘ Does grammar help be a distinguished writer?’
The answer is grammar only helps to create correct sentences. It improves your writing quality. Punctuation makes helps to clarify and fluent your writing.
Now there is another question as to whether the correctness of the sentences makes a man a perfect author. The answer to this question is again a NO!
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The secret of good writing is not to build perfect phrases but to develop a habit of clear thinking. As Matthew Arnold said: ‘Have something to say and say it as clearly as possible.’ Most students prefer such a style that they have nothing to say or say it as vague as possible. They prefer long, greedy words to everyday vocabulary. They are not aware that a bombastic style induces criticism, not commendation.
Reading: Reading is one of the best ways to nourish your mind with innovative ideas. Be careful that only good books are helpful for reading. Adapting the habit of reading cheap and bad books affects your life and you’re going to live a bad way. As already mentioned, reading a few pages of a good book is better than perusing a library.
I can not stress this enough, as this will be one of the most important tools for you to become acquainted with the way English is written, and also to help you identify the mistakes that you are making at the moment.
Reading great writers is a helpful place to start because the text structures used are not only authentic but the stories are usually fun to interest you.
Practice: Get used to writing daily events. It can be anything that happened to you or anything that happened to others. If you have a diary, that’s good, but if you don’t, you have to be on certain learning platforms such as Facebook groups. Writing a few lines every day and asking people to give you feedback not only increases your trust but also helps you to understand your mistakes and weaknesses.
Expand your Word Bank: You need a good knowledge of words to express yourself clearly. This is not only able to recognize many words –it actually means being able to use them correctly. Do so by learning new words with examples, not just lists of words. Remember, when you learn a new word, try to learn all the forms and prepositions of the word that are normally used. For example, instead of simply saying’ depend,’ make a note to depend on, to be dependent on, a dependant.
Observation and Imagination: Observe what’s happening around you and say everything in an effective way, including emotions. If the spirit is elusive, imagine things to you. Feel and write what you feel as easy as possible.
Conversation: English speaking helps to write clearly. If you speak skillfully, you won’t find it hard to write. It sounds natural, too.
Copying the style: It’s an easy thing to find in the age of the internet and an essential thing to get used to the style you like. If you’re looking for conversational English, find something like’ Conversational English text. ‘ Be clear about the type of style you need. If you write for business purposes, concentrate on working English. If you take the IELTS exam, focus on resources related to this.
Do this and it helps you to internalize sentence structures and word order in time. It’s a powerful way to also learn grammar.
Sit down and get started: Writing can be daunting. The best way to improve is to get a pen and paper or sit down and write in front of your computer. Be prepared to write several versions of each text, because the first draft is never perfect even for professional writers. Remember, practice makes perfect, so now is the best time to get started and sit down. Always read your document twice. The first time you look for general errors and the second time you look for errors with the specific grammar point you are currently studying.
Ask for feedback: It’s very hard to learn by yourself–to be brave and ask for feedback about your writing. Good proofreaders are English – speaking native speakers with an interest in writing and language or advanced non-native speakers. After your proofreader checks your work, give your advice and ask for a final review before you submit or publish your work. DONE