Implementing Goals posted by on October 4, 2017

Be honest to yourself. How does English in the implementation of my main goals? Direct or indirect? If the latter, then there is another way of achieving goals? In other words, how well I have knowledge of English, in order to get closer to what for me is the meaning of life? Is it enough for me just to familiarize with the basics of the language, because my main interest lies outside of this area of study, or do I want to dedicate the rest of his life linguistics and grammar of English? Perhaps the answer for us is more than evident that we still need to voice it for yourself, or even record. I, like anyone else, should know that without English I do not achieve their goals. So, define the purpose, call it (ie ), write and remember. It is a small proposal, which you will receive will be the foundation and driving force in your learning. Manage! Once we have identified as English will help you to achieve our main goal, we must move to another, as an important issue: for what time I need to learn the language to the desired level? Be realistic. If you start training from scratch, do not tune into a big success in a short time and think through the floor, you're free to talk to passers-by in the British town of Villstrit. Fluency should not be expected before three years of general education (including 4:00 of class per week). Big goals are not achieved little effort.