Jeremy’s English Tips #27: Signs you’re improving
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Hello everyone, this is Jeremy and you’re listening to Jeremy’s English Tips, a series by the Culips English Podcast where I teach you interesting expressions or share language learning tips.Welcome back to another episode of the Culips English Podcast series called Jeremy’s English Tips. In this episode, I’m going to answer a common question that I get from language learners all over the world. And that question is, how can I know if I’m improving? Have you ever wondered this yourself? I know that I certainly have. And it can be a frustrating question because what if you’re not improving? So in this episode, I’ll tell you about a few things that I have done to check and see if I am improving.

Key points covered in this episode

  1. You can check to see if you are improving by keeping a repetitive listening habit for a long time and listening back to audio files you used in the past
  2. You can check on your progress by looking back at old grammar books you used to use to study
  3. You can know that you are improving by looking back at study notes from the past.
  4. You know you have improved when certain tasks are easier to accomplish in your target language.
  5. You can know that you have improved when certain idioms or grammatical forms are easier for you to use now than they used to be.

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