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      English can only be accumulated after long-term learning. Therefore, the following misunderstandings must be avoided in learning. What are the misunderstandings of learning English told by European and American foreign teachers?


      Myth 1: learning is not deep enough


      As you know, we are used to breaking down English learning into five skills, listening, speaking, reading, writing and translation. Whether this decomposition is scientific or not, for the time being, many learners often regard understanding as the standard of learning.


      For example, when you get an oral English book, open a few pages and understand it, you think it's too simple and inappropriate for yourself. The mistake here is to understand instead of being able to speak. Understanding is not equal to speaking.


      The purpose of practicing oral English is to practice "catchy" through some understandable content. In other words, the purpose is to let learners speak the relevant contents of the book through practice.


      Myth 2: regard knowledge as skill


      For example, if you want to learn to ride a bike. I'll give you a book entitled "how to ride a bike". Recite the book from beginning to end, or even back to back. At this time, you have expert knowledge about how to ride a bike. But you can't ride. The reason is that cycling is not a simple problem of knowledge, it is first and foremost a skill.


      To learn a skill, the core problem is practice. Book knowledge alone is not enough. Of course, learning a foreign language is much more complicated than learning to ride a bicycle, but it is also a skill first of all. Reading grammar books and memorizing words silently are not enough.


      We must practice and turn knowledge into skills. Knowing doesn't mean knowing how to do it. Knowing what to do doesn't mean actually doing it. From knowing how to do it, you can actually do it. There is a link of repeated practice, that is, hard work. The principle of learning skills is "learning while doing".


      Myth 3: quick success psychology


      We must realize that we have to work hard to learn English well. There is no foreign adult in the world who can learn English well without hard work. The so-called "quick success" is sheer nonsense.


      There is no shortcut to learn English well, only the quality of the method. For example, it's not a good way to remember English words and write them silently with your head down. A good way is to read aloud, repeatedly train the pronunciation organs and ears, and engrave the sound in the brain. This can not only improve listening, but also improve oral pronunciation and remember words. Dictation only trains your eyes and hands, but they can't listen and speak for you.