When you consider the number of books you can find in stores and what the internet has to offer, there is an overwhelming amount of English exercises available today. But what kind of exercises can really make the difference and what is the best way to use them?
Do the right exercises for your level.
It’s important to do exercises that are appropriate for your level of English, otherwise you will quickly be frustrated or bored. This is why it’s important to follow a structured course like Wall Street English offers, so the exercises you do match your needs.
A little but often.
It’s better to do a few short exercises frequently than spend hours doing several on one day. This is why Wall Street English created digital workbooks which enables students to study wherever and whenever they want. It’s also easier to remember what you have studied if you do a little but often.
Practice all the skills.
For many students, the phrase ‘English exercises’ means grammar, but that should not be the case. Practising English should mean principally speaking, listening, as well as some reading and writing. Almost all Wall Street English exercises concentrate on speaking and listening in order to prepare students for using English in the real world, and these exercises naturally include grammatical structures and vocabulary. The Wall Street English course also has special exercises based on articles taken from the Financial Times, which allow students to learn and practice language related to a variety of topics related to business and culture.
Make it fun!
English exercises don’t need to be repetitive and boring. Our interactive digital lessons provide several different types of exercise that make studying fun. They also focus on real-life situations and functions instead of reproducing the same verb tense a hundred times.