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How to learn English on their own? by Mind Map: How to learn English on their own?

1. Сonstant practice

1.1. learning new words every day

1.2. listening to the audio lessons

1.3. always communicate in English

1.4. watch foreign films in the original

1.5. online-courses

1.6. learn to think in English

2. Helpful websites

2.1. Grammar

2.1.1. (Assists in the development and efficient use of the English language.)

2.1.2. Grammar.htm (Help in studying grammar.)

2.1.3. (Resource task English for Business - to help professionals in various fields to use English in their daily professional practice.)

2.2. Оnline learning

2.2.1. (Innovative online language school.)

2.2.2. (Learning English online with interactive language courses and lessons.)

2.2.3. (Simple and convenient site for the study of language from the start.)

2.2.4. (Learn English in an online virtual city.)

2.3. Dictionaries




2.4. My groupmates

2.4.1. Eketerina Arnaut

2.4.2. Vladimir Danila

2.5. News


3. Communicate with native speakers

3.1. Practice abroad

3.2. Communicating on the Internet

3.3. Learning Eхchange

4. Reading foreign literature

4.1. printed sources

4.1.1. newspapers "The English-Russian World" "Times" "Independent" "Telegraph"

4.1.2. magazines "English4U" "Speak Out" "Easy English" "Cool English Magazine"

4.1.3. books Elementary Arthur Conan Doyle - The Hound of the Baskervilles Louisa M.Alcott - Little Women Oscar Wilde - The Canterville Ghost and Other Stories Pre-intermediate L. Frank Baum - The Wizard of Oz Stephen Colbourn - Robin Hood John Escott - The Treasure of Monte Cristo Intermediate Charles Dickens - Oliver Twist Arthur Conan Doyle - The Sign of Four Jerome K. Jerome - Three Men in a Boat