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June 23, 2018

Improve Our English

I would like to recommend those who want to study to improve their English based on my practical experience.
Many books, pamphlets, brochures and periodicals are available nowadays in our surroundings.
Private study can be of helpful to read, to speak aloud, to write and to memorize.
Repetition is the best for the scriptures and non-repetition is the bane of scriptures like negligence is the bane of a home.
Oral tradition of teaching and learning is the fundamental learning of mind-centered teaching since over 2600 years ago.
Visual and audio materials are effective teaching aids for the lifelong learners who are eager to learn.
Evidence has shown that rote learning is one of the effective learning methods for some of the professions.
Only the heedful and meditative attain great happiness. One truly is the protector of oneself, who else could the protector be? One will always be happy by not encountering fools.
Understand that “let one not neglect one’s own welfare for the sake of another, however great, clearly understanding one’s own welfare, let one be intent upon the good.
Right product with the right price at the right place with the right promotion is good marketing mix in which people are centered. Right learning through Newspaper reading makes us good English learners.
English daily newspapers in the world are reliable reading materials for all of us in this planet for knowledge and information sharing.
No-two in Myanmar is our “The Global New Light of Myanmar”, Myanmar’s highest circulation newspaper and oldest newspaper in the Republic of the Union of Myanmar.
Get, kindly, my experiences of reading, writing, speaking practice from the Working People’s Daily Newspaper since 1980’s, I prepared (4) books on the Cooperative Movement in Burma (1981), (1982), (1986) and (1987) and (3) working papers in English language for Burma-Myanmar (since 1905 of its inception of cooperatives in Myanmar, I am the only one (within 110 years) who translated and adapted (14) technical books and over (60) articles in Myanmar language for Cooperative Movement in Burma-Myanmar up to now) and (7) resource guide books on cooperative management in English for the Republic of Malawi and the Republic of Kiribati where I was serving as International Volunteer, Small Business and Cooperative Specialist because of an English learning through 3 months practicing of reading, writing, speaking aloud and memorizing by studying English Newspaper (do not forget that I am a graduate from the Yangon Institute of Economics in ‘1970’ and I got H.G.P ‘1972’ and R.L. ‘1977’ too).
Low price (but not free of charge), for which we need to pay Kyats 3000 a month for “The Global New Light of Myanmar Daily” nowadays and we need only Kyats 2000 worth of English-Myanmar Pocket Dictionary as initial investment and note the fact that “Should a person do good, let him do it again and again, let him find pleasure therein, foe blissful is the accumulation of good.”
I would therefore most sincerely like to recommend those who want to improve their English, give time for such purpose stage by stage, 3 months, 6 months, 9 months and 12 months and I would like to encourage those University Students who have been undergoing under-graduate and post-graduate classes for improving English.
Systematic approach needs to be done for such study: (1). Reading (especially editorial/perspective/opinion of the daily or other interesting news which explains current affairs of the country or the world) (finding those words in dictionary if necessary); it will take 10 to 15 minutes (2). Writing down the description, it will take 15 minutes; (3) Practicing of speaking out aloud by yourself such writings three or four times (the writings will be not more than 1 sheet of A4 paper so that it takes 3 minutes maximum and for four times of speaking out, you will need 12 minutes only); and (4). Memorizing it as much as you can; and after that if you have time, to read other news.
(1). Hearing/Listening; (2). Thinking; (3). Asking/Questioning; (4). Speaking/Talking; (5). Studying; (6). Writing; (7) Rote learning and (8) Reciting are the eight flowers in a garland of a learner in his daily life of lifelong learning.


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