1. What is language for? Some people seem to think it's for practicing grammar rules and learning lists of words---the longer the words the better. That's wrong. Language is for the exchange of ideas, for communication.


2. The way to learn a language is to practice speaking it as often as possible.


3. A great man once said it is necessary to dill as much as possible, and the more you apply GetWord("apply"); it in real situations, the more natural it will become.


4. Learning any language takes a lot of effort. But don't give up.


5. Relax! Be patient and enjoy yourself. Learning foreign languages should be fun.


6. Rome wasn't built in a day. Work harder and practice more. Your hard-work will be rewarded by god one day. God is equal to everyone!


7. Use a dictionary and grammar guide constantly. Keep a small English dictionary with you at all time. When you see a new word, look it up. Think about the word--use it, in your mind, in a sentence.


8. Try to think in English whenever possible. When you see something think of the English word of it; then think about the word in a sentence.


9. Practice tenses as much as possible. When you learn a new verb, learn its various forms.


10. I would also like to learn more about the culture behind the language. When you understand the cultural background, you can better use the language.