Learning English or playing games… why not both?!
It doesn’t matter if you’re learning how to play the piano, perform a difficult magic trick or pass your driving test, the most important thing is to “practice practice practice”.
We have all heard these words before, but they are very true. Unfortunately, many of us leave the learning (and practice) in the classroom. Sometimes we might lack the motivation to read a boring text book, or watch another online video in our spare time. Learning can also be more fun in the classroom supported by our teachers and classmates, especially with learning games and activities.
But what if learning could be made a little more exciting? The British Council’s LearnEnglish website has a number of interactive games designed to help with anything from vocabulary building, spelling and practice with verbs. They are quite fun, and most importantly…free!
Why not try a few in your spare time, maybe make a competition with a friend and see who scores the highest number of points. Good luck and don’t forget “Practice makes perfect”!
By Adam Humble