G’day, how’s it going? Today, I am going to talk about how to switch your mode from your language to English in a daily life, especially this time of self-isolation. I coined “English Moderisation“. There are heaps of methods, but I’d like to recommend five ways:
- You can find a variety of English-written mail magazine out there. Just google it! Mostly they are free, so you can receive messages every morning, I reckon. It’s a great start for your English moderisation. The most important benefit for subscribing English mail magazines is to learn a wide range of topics and trendy expressions as writers are prone to be a language-addict. It’s also good to have constant exposure to English environment.
- You can change your smartphone’s default language to English, or any other electric device should have this kind of setting function, so let’s try it! The most significant benefit is to force you to think about every function in English. In doing so, you can learn so many vocabularies.
- When you get up in the morning, you can make a today’s to-do-list in English, which is a good practice of boosting not just English writing skills, but also logical thinking competency. Try to think about everything in English, not being intervened by your own language. It doesn’t matter whether you make grammatical mistakes and typo (spelling errors), but it’s important to keep practising this as your morning routine work menu.
- You can subscribe wordpress.com, which costs you approximately 120 bucks or something per annum. So, it’s a reasonable price. Then, you start writing your blog in English everyday. Writing in the morning is more preferable than at night. Like myself, I am writing my own blog in the morning as morning time usually gives me more time to concentrate. At night, in contrast, it’s a bit hard to concentrate on doing anything important as my concentration mode progressively diminishes towards the end of the day.
- You should set aside time every day to write your blog and meditate in the morning. The best way of concentrating on your meditation is, personally, that concentration music is on during the time. No music is the best for many of you, perhaps. But, nevertheless, I reckon I’d highly recommend playing this sort of music for the whole duration of your meditation. The key benefit is to purify your yesterday’s bad things, or free yourself of evil thoughts. You can more relax as well, as compared to not playing such music. Please give it a shot!
That’s all for today!
Thanks for reading.
Have a lovely Sunday