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How to improve your written English skills

Writing in English is typically thought to be easier than speaking in English by many language learners. Usually, this simply means that people find it easier to write correctly when it comes to grammar, but they ignore fluency and readability. These are crucial if you plan to continue your education in an English-speaking country or if you seek a career that demands English.

1)Write as if you were speaking.

Although this isn’t always the case, writing like you talk can help improve the fluidity and readability of your workThat doesn’t imply you should use a lot of slang terms and uh, eh, and er in your writing. However, consider how people speak in basic English and how natural it sounds, and strive to achieve the same effortless flow in your writing.

2) Acquire new vocabulary.

It goes without saying that expanding your vocabulary will help you write with more confidence and fluency. Create a personal dictionary if you haven’t already. Write down and translate any unfamiliar words you come across, then test yourself to see how many you can recall before utilizing them in your writing and interactions.

3)Make it a habit to write every day.

Practice makes perfect, as the saying goes. So the only way to get better at writing is to keep doing it. Even 5 or 10 minutes each day, if done consistently, will significantly enhance your written English. You may keep an English-language journal, write a blog about your experiences learning English and living in a new country, or even begin creating your social media bio.

4)read lots

You can enhance your writing skills even if you don’t write. You may improve your vocabulary and understanding of how English is used by reading as much as possible.

We don’t mean you should spend your time studying grammar and sentence clauses—just read for pleasure and you’ll pick up on things intuitively! You might begin with your favorite book’s English translation or work your way through these famous classics.

5) Make sure there are no mistakes.

When you finish writing something, the last thing you should do is carefully examine it to ensure that it makes sense and that you haven’t made any errors.

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