How quickly and effectively can you learn English yourself?

Knowledge of English means a better job, freedom of travel, unlimited access to knowledge and even better health. However, not everyone has the time and money for courses and lessons. So the question for one hundred points is: How quickly and efficiently can you learn English yourself?

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How to quickly learn English?

Of course, everyone has their own individual learning pace. It is not worth comparing yourself to others. However, the speed of learning is not the amount of words remembered per minute, but the progress we are able to make in a year.
For example, people say that children learn English "quickly". Not true. Children learn much slower than adults. Only that they have a lot of time - they can watch English cartoons all day or play with their English-speaking peers and then such learning works!
If we devote enough time a week to something, we will undoubtedly see results after a year. This does not mean, however, that we cannot use a few tricks to speed up our learning of English a little bit!

Learn the most common words and constructions

How many times in the last week have you used the word "crimson"? How many times have the words "I have"? There is no doubt that we use some words more than others, and these are the most important words.
Did you know that you can understand 90% of all conversations in English by knowing the top 2,000 common English words? Even 500 should be enough to be able to get along somehow. The trick, however, is to learn the most popular ones!
But how can you know which words they are?
Numerous lists of the most popular English words have been compiled. They are compiled depending on the frequency of appearance on the Internet, in the press, sometimes according to the researcher's whim. On the basis of several such lists, I have compiled a list of the 2000 most popular Speakingo words, which you can download for free after registering on the site for a test week of English learning!

Do not learn words, but whole phrases

But don't be fooled by learning the words themselves. It's not that words are bricks and grammar is mortar, and you only need to know the grammar and words to form a sentence. It turns out that we speak using newer construction technologies - we speak using ready-made components, complete phrases, or even sentences!
Therefore, focus on learning words in their context - whole sentences, phrases, collocations. This is also what learning English in the Speakingo course is all about. As a child, we talk in full sentences, and the whole grammar enters our minds subconsciously.