Summer time means holiday time. But that does not necessary mean that you need to stop learning English. Maybe summertime is a good opportunity to take a more relaxed approach and try the things you have been too busy to try before.
If you are lacking ideas and you still haven't read my post on learning tips, try to dig a bit HERE.
In one of my posts I talked about AUDIBLE. It's a great app for audiobooks and you can enjoy their vast collection for free for a month.
If you didn't take part in the short programs through the year you can still explore them HERE.
But if you want to take a more academic approach to learning you can try one of these suggestions.
1) Short tests - it's a collection of grammar and vocab multiple choice question tests from elementary to advanced level. I especially recommend these test to B1/B2 students as a revision program but there's also a section for the more advanced ones so have a look.
2) FCE practice tests - a booklet with a few FCE tests; if you're a strong B1 student maybe it would be a good idea to try a few test here.
3) Tedx video lessons - great lessons; loads of topics to choose from. Have a go.
My all time favourite suggestion is to find yourself a language buddy - somebody whose level of English is similar to yours and with whom you can talk on regular basis. It maybe even 5 minutes a day but make it regular: once, twice or five times a week.
And one last option for lazybones and social media addicts. You can join me on my Instagram to learn a few words or phrases this summer.
Written by Agnieszka Kansy