Expert: Reading books will help South Koreans learn English

02/15/2010 | Korea Herald (Seoul), The

A South Korean education expert says the best way to learn English is to read as many books as possible in English. Shin Kyu-cheol, professor in the English language department at Far East University, said reading will improve reading, writing, speaking and listening skills, and help students understand how words are used in context. "While reading books extensively, learners would repeatedly encounter words and expressions, which will be then 'internalized' and used proficiently when they write things in English," he said.

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