Episode 18 | Why Are You Learning English?

On the 18th episode of the English 2.0 Podcast, we handle the following points:

Pronunciation Point: “feature” vs “future”

Main Topic: Why Are You Learning English?
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7 Responses to Episode 18 | Why Are You Learning English?

  1. ALsensei at #

    Why are you learning English!

    Please share you ideas and goals here.

    I look forward to hearing from you!


    • Ameerah at #

      I want learn english pless

      • ALsensei at #

        Hi Ameerah! Thanks for your reply! Please take advantage of my videos and podcasts here. If you have any questions, please let me know!

  2. Adriano Lemos at #

    I am studying english because I really need to use it in my enviroment’s job and mainly it always was my big dream learn about this excited language.
    Since I have started to study english, I rose abruptly my level, nonetheless so that it happen you need to strive from yourself as much as you can and it stand to reason that you’ll only be sucessfull in something if you enjoy that or at least you feel good when you are making that one, in case you feel bored, dispirited or even no will to do , nothing will reach at your purpose.
    My friend, I must to eulogize you for your skills and knowledge in english, actually your way of express is to easy to us understand and I would say that , the reason is because you speak english since you were child, and I am endeavoring to do the same , learning as a child, without focus on grammar and contexts that will not lead us in nowhere. 1 year and 8 months learning english are being enough to express myself to my foreigners friends where I work, and I’d say that most of them comprehend me without any problem.
    Thanks for your tips,

    • ALsensei at #

      Hello Adriano,

      Thank you so much for commenting and sharing your ideas with us here!
      I’m really happy to hear that you are able to use English at your job effectively
      and that you are enjoying studying English. That’s wonderful!

      As I teach at many companies here in Japan and work with a lot of different types
      of businesspeople, it is quite challenging to communicate effectively in certain cases.
      I’m really glad you have set a clear goal and you are now seeing the benefits of
      working hard and aiming toward your goal.

      Again, thank you for taking the time to comment on this blog post. I hope that
      more people read this, and gain inspiration from your words.



  3. I think in English as a tool to learn other stuff, I believe that studying English in an indirect way is a great way to improve language skills.

    • ALsensei at #

      Hi Sergio,

      Yes, good point. If your true interest or passion is in another topic or subject, it can be a big motivator to help learn English more effectively and faster.

      Thanks for sharing your ideas!