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How to use blogs to learn English

A fantastic way to accelerate your language learning is through blogs. Blogs are an effective

way to learn English, increase vocabulary, phrases etc.

However, discovering ones that are effective for learning English can be difficult.

You'll find some advice on how to make the most of them in this blog, along with some

suggestions for blogs to start with.

Why to use blogs the learn English

Blogs are up to date

There are always new posts to read because most blogs are updated (new entries are

published) every week. The entries may make reference to recent events, allowing you to follow the news in a different way.

Blogs are fun to read

While some blogs serve as informational resources, many serve as sources of fun. You will

enjoy reading these blogs because they can be really entertaining and addictive.

Blogging is real

Because words are printed on paper and newspapers and magazines are controlled by big

businesses, they need to be treated more formally. However, a lot of blogs on the internet are run by a single person. The writer is a person like you, so they frequently use vocabulary and share personal thoughts.

How to Use Blogs to Learn English

Yes, you should read blog entries to gain knowledge from them. But how exactly can you use

blogs to learn English the fastest?

Here are a few strategies for using blogs to improve your English.


First, if you find an awesome blog one day, it is easy to forget to check the blog for new posts in the future. Using an RSS reader, a tool that automatically notifies you when your favorite blogs publish new content, is one way to deal with this issue.

One of these readers is Feedly. Both the app and website are cost-free. You can receive

notifications by adding the blogs URL (for instance, to your feed.

Make predictions

Making predictions (assumptions about what will happen) prior to reading a blog post is one way to actively learn from it.

Read the post's title first

After that, read only the headlines as you scroll down. Headings are

mini-titles that divide the post into sections, and you can notice them because they usually have a larger-sized font or are bold.

In this post, for example, “How to Use Blogs for English Learning,” “Subscribe” and “Make

predictions” are all titles.

Look up any unfamiliar words in the title or headings right away because they usually have a lot of significance.

Observe any images or graphics that are included in the message at this time as well.

Look for the major points

When reading a post for the first time after generating predictions, focus on the whole context.

This implies making an effort to comprehend the key concepts. What is the post's meaning?

Don't stress about small print, dissecting grammar, or memorizing every new term.

Use the context (the circumstances in the post) to make an educated estimate as to what a term might mean when you come across one for the first time while reading. That is excellent, even if you can simply deduce that this is an adjective that characterizes a person's appearance for instance.

Continue reading after that if you want a seamless reading experience without too

many breaks.

Briefly describe or sum up the blog post

After reading a blog post, quickly hand-write an outline.

A brief document that only summarizes the key ideas of a longer text is known as an outline.

A excellent method to summarize what you read is to do this. Use at least five new vocabulary words in your plan as a challenge.

If you are more experienced, use complete sentences to write a summary of the post and your own response to it. Additionally, make an effort to include some new language in your summary.

Examine the comments.

The fact that blogs are participatory distinguishes them from other written works. Readers can comment on posts on the majority of blogs. Scroll down to the comments after reading the text and marking up your printed copy all over.

Check out a few comments to gain understanding. People frequently utilize abbreviations

(shortened forms of words) and make typing errors or grammar blunders online. Do you notice any of these errors?

Set a goal for yourself to leave one comment on each blog post you read. It's not necessary to make a lengthy comment! You may even say, I'm studying English and utilized your piece as reading practice to the author. Thanks a lot.


Now you’re in on the secret! Bookmark your favorite blogs and read them regularly for a fun

boost to your English skills. Just follow the above steps told here and this will automatically help you accelerating the pace of learning English effectively and efficiently.

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