The psychology behind English language learning
Language learning is a complex process that involves both cognitive and affective factors (factores afectivos). The psychology behind language learning is influenced by a number of factors, including motivation, self-efficacy (autoeficacia), learning styles, and individual differences in cognitive abilities (habilidades cognitivas). Motivation to learn English:Motivation plays a crucial role in language learning. Students who are…Read More
Business Essentials in Business English
The most important aspect of English in Business English is effective communication. Business English is primarily used as a tool for communication between individuals, companies, and organizations from different parts of the world who use English as a common language. Effective communication skills are essential to succeed in the business world, as they enable professionals…Read More
Are you a confident English learner?
Self-confidence (auto confianza) can have a significant impact on language learning. When learners are confident in their ability (capacidad) to learn a new language, they are more likely to engage (participar) actively in the learning process and take risks, such as speaking with native speakers, trying out new vocabulary, and experimenting with sentence structures. This…Read More
Establish English learning habits
Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going. Jim Ryun. (La motivación es lo que te hace empezar. El hábito es lo que te mantiene en marcha) Dear Roll your English Reader, So many people want to be fluent in English – they want to be able to speak without being…Read More
English Speaking Strategies.
Howdy Roll your English Speaker 😉 Over the years we have tried, tested, and seen some highly successful strategies for gaining English fluency. We have even applied this to some of our language-learning adventures… Here are some of the most successful strategies that can help you speak English more fluently: Practice speaking regularly: If you do NOT have…Read More
Reasons for your English anxiety.
Hi there and welcome to our Roll your English BLOG! Today we will talk about ANXIETY… ENGLISH anxiety… Do you feel anxious or are you too shy/ ashamed (tener verguenza) to SPEAK ENGLISH? Learning English can be challenging (desafiante) , and we have seen that there are several traps (trampas) that English learners fall into…Read More
Common Mistakes Spanish Speakers Make
Hello there! At Roll your English Online Academy we have a collective experience of teaching English for over 3 decades.💥For over 30 years. We have interacted with and taught a large number of Spanish speakers and analyzed their communication in English. 📌Based on our observations, some of the most common English mistakes that Spaniards make include the following: Pronunciation: Spanish speakers tend to…Read More
EXPAND your English Vocabulary like this!
Hello there! 👉🏻Do you know that one way to expand your English vocabulary is learning to recognize the word patterns seen in many English-Spanish cognates.It is said that 29% of English vocabulary comes from Latin, this makes learning 29% of the English vocabulary fairly (bestante) easy to learn for Spanish speakers. As you learn the following…Read More
Is your English BALANCED?
Many of our students start at Roll your English with UNBALANCED English. Most of them mostly write or read in English – BUT very few speak or have ALL the skills needed to be a fluent English user. 📌What does it mean for your English to be BALANCED? Learning a language has many different aspects: –Listening -Speaking -Reading -Writing -Grammar -Vocabulary Your…Read More
Foreign Language Anxiety (FLA)? Your English fluency problem.
“Foreign Language Anxiety is the tension, fear, and apprehension associated with such foreign language contexts as speaking, listening and learning.” It is a severe problem for many English language students and keeps them from reaching their learning goals. According to studies, there are three components to FLA: 1. Communication Apprehension – People with communication apprehension…Read More