Learn English to have good habits, the following English foreign teachers to share with you the bad habits of learning English:
1. Excessive emphasis on methods and techniques rather than real effort.
Language use is a skill, but it is not acquired by skill alone. Paying too much attention to methods and techniques will take up a lot of time and energy, and invest less time and energy in the learning content itself, so it will affect the learning effect. If there is a young man who participates in the self-study examination of higher education, he subscribes more than 10 kinds of journals about self-study and examination, studies and studies carefully, and talks about a set of methods, but he fails in most of the subjects he refers to each time. This is because he only studies methods and techniques, spends too little time and energy on learning content, and develops the habit of speculation and skillfulness, and refuses to work hard. Methods and techniques can only be used appropriately, and only by exploring suitable methods and techniques from their own learning practice can they really work.
2. Pay too much attention to speed and efficiency, and do not want to spend time repeating (reviewing) what has been learned.
Language use is a skill. Skills can only be perfected by practice. Only by repetition can they become skilled. Only by proficiency can they form a skill without thinking.
3. Fishing for three days and netting for two days. Without perseverance, we can not persist in learning for a long time.
There must be a process for the proficiency of skills. In this process, we will encounter various difficulties, but we can't bow to them. We should keep on learning and keep on learning.
4. Attaching little importance to listening training.
Language is sound. The first thing we feel about language is that the sound of language acts on our brain. If you don't practice listening, just read and recite words silently, the result is not only that you can't understand other people speaking a foreign language, but also that you can't improve your reading level.
5. Learn but not use.
Language is very practical. If you only learn it without using it, you will never learn it well. The purpose of language learning is to apply. We should learn to learn in use. Only in this way can we increase interest and achieve good learning results.