9 Ways to Learn English at Home in Your Pajamas

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1. Some books

1.1. The “Harry Potter” Series by J.K. Rowling

1.1.1. Synonyms for words

1.2. “Animal Farm” by George Orwell

1.2.1. Writing style

1.2.1.1. Simple

1.2.1.2. Easy

1.3. “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” by Roald Dahl

1.3.1. Simple language

1.3.2. Fantastic descriptive language.

2. Want to study English in your pajamas?

2.1. English from home

2.2. attitude and resources

2.3. The path to fluency

3. Watch TV

3.1. The Simpsons

3.1.1. Aspects

3.1.1.1. day-to-day

3.1.1.2. School

3.1.1.3. Work

3.1.1.4. Socializing

3.1.2. Slang words

3.1.3. Cultural references

3.2. Friends

3.2.1. Their English

3.2.1.1. casual

3.2.1.2. relaxed

3.2.2. Practice sounding natural

3.3. FluentU

3.3.1. Practice

3.3.1.1. Vocabulary

3.3.1.2. grammar

3.3.2. Like

3.3.2.1. Interactive subtitles

3.3.2.2. Flashcards

3.3.2.3. Vocabulary lists

4. Keep a Diary or Blog in English

4.1. Diary or Blog

4.1.1. Grammar skills

4.1.2. Improve english ability

4.1.3. Writing will also improve

4.2. Lang-8

4.2.1. Mutual help

4.2.1.1. Reviewing it

4.2.1.2. Correcting the writing

5. Host a Cultural Event at Home

5.1. Organize meetings with friends

5.1.1. Traditional games in english

5.1.2. Activities in english

6. Play Video Games in English

6.1. English dialogs

6.2. Conversation

6.2.1. Informal

6.2.2. Relaxed

6.2.3. Typed into a conversation window on screen

7. Attend Online English Classes

7.1. English at Home

7.1.1. Organized into sections

7.1.1.1. Speaking

7.1.1.2. Vocabulary

7.1.1.3. Grammar

7.2. Free English Study

7.2.1. a great resource

7.2.1.1. Grammar

7.2.1.2. Packed with conversational phrases

7.3. British Council: Learn English

7.3.1. Video clips are engaging

7.3.1.1. Useful slang words

7.3.1.2. Contains transcripts

7.3.2. Variety of mock

7.3.2.1. Practice

8. Study Grammar and Vocab Online

8.1. Online Schools

8.1.1. Materials

8.1.2. Packages

8.1.3. Teachers

8.1.4. Often they're cheaper

8.2. Some options

8.2.1. Virtual English

8.2.2. Englishtown

8.2.3. English Study Online

9. Listen to the Radio

9.1. BBC Radio 4

9.1.1. Listen to the rhythm

9.1.2. Intonation of English conversation

9.2. NHK World Radio

9.2.1. Japanese music

9.2.2. Culture

9.2.3. Food

9.2.4. The presenters

9.2.4.1. Different countries

9.2.4.2. Listen to different accents.

10. Books

10.1. Improving your comprehension

10.2. Relaxation time

10.3. Biography of Steve Jobs

10.3.1. Contains

10.3.1.1. Advanced vocabulary

10.3.1.2. Humorous quotes from Jobs himself

11. Talk to Yourself

11.1. Conversation in your head

11.2. Front of a mirror

11.3. Making a short video of your conversation

11.3.1. Can compare your pronunciation