In the beginning of a language-learning journey, writing is quite easy. Textbooks and online resources alike encourage us to start with simple phrases: my name is… my hobbies are… and so forth. But overtime, grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, and conversation tend to take over. Eventually, opportunities to practice free-hand writing, especially for self-directed learners, become harder to come by.
And as with anything – the less we do something, the less likely we are to improve. So the longer you go without writing, the longer it will take you to become a better writer. Below are some tips to add writing to your everyday English practice.
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