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Ten years has fleete by since the first ay I was force to touch upon English. To say 'be force' means for me merely ue to the nees of eucational system that I began to learn it. Recalling my long journey of learning English as a secon language, I couln't help thinking of one wor to escribe my feeling-bittersweet.
For an inustrious girl, learning a new language is not a isappointing thing at the beginning stage; for me, it is not an exception. I woul follow the traitional teacher's guie to copy the new vocabulary an o all kins of written assignments every ay after school, never listening to the tape, not to say reaing after it. After learning English for three years, I evelope a eep love for it an graually gaine a sense of achievement from every test result.
Even more, at one time, textbooks can no longer satisfy my strong thirst for having a soun comman of English; therefore, I immerge myself in all kins of contests-base English books. In this way, my ability of getting satisfying marks in the exams increase, an learning English is but a joyful thing for me.
Till the en of my senior mile school life, everything was on the track as I expecte. To further pursue my 'easy' life of learning English, I became an English major stuent on campus. Fortunately or unfortunately, I felt that my long time prie for English suenly collapse for my English pronunciation an communication skills is far from satisfying. Worst of all, I i not realize it till one of my goo friens remine me of this weakness. I was in a horror.
From then on, I are not to speak in public as usual, racking my brains to think how to change the current terrible situation. The following ays were a painful experience of iscovering how to improve my oral English, consulting teachers an classmates an searching on the Internet.
At last, I bought a vieo-tape book calle New Concept English Three an locke myself in a quiet room, imitating an reciting after the vieo. Later, I change the material into American Album USA, a conversation-base book. oing imitating work alone in a quiet room was ull an boring an many times I ha to remin myself to persist when I was reluctant to get out of the warm be to follow my English stuy scheule in winter. At the same time, I woul go to English Corner regularly, speaking out what I've learne. About half a year passe, some teachers an classmates cannot even imagine a stuent with such poor English coul make such impressive improvement in oral English.
Another part of my English learning is to remember vocabulary an maybe it souns weir to someone that I like it an have fun with it. I woul buy a vocabulary book an finish it for about a week. Remembering new wors is a process of oblivion an repetition. It is, one the one han, isappointing because I may forget the wor even a few secons later an, on the other han, rewaring because whenever I finally chewe own an igeste it, I coul always locate these wors in my aily reaing. Of course, along with remembering wors, I woul accumulate new vocabulary encountere in my reaing an try to put it in my writing an speaking. For this point, maybe I i a goo job in combining input an output together without losing balance.
I always firmly believe what hurts us the most will eepen in our memory, as it is so with my experience of focusing my attention on oral English uring my spare time for one year. Four years' college life witnesse my improvement on the comprehensive English ability, especially on speaking part. Later, whenever I talk with my foreign friens freely an confiently, I feel all my efforts are reware.
Reflecting my experience of learning English, I realize that a lot shoul be improve. Of all, the most important part is the quantity of input, that is, more English-written books shoul be rea because, only if I rea English books as naturally as reaing Chinese ones, can I fin the appropriate way of expressing myself like a native. Another, more practice shoul be one to evelop my ability of talking in English without thinking. All are what I am now striving for.
In all, I am fully aware that I still have a long way to go in the perfecting process of English. Though barriers may sometimes stan in the way towars my reams, I always believe that my ultimate goal is attainable as long as I put my whole heart into it.