5 things to do in the morning to improve your English

By Gabby Wallace, Go Natural English

Learning English is a lifestyle choice. Adding English to your current morning routine will provide huge improvements to your English language Skills!

The following 5 things will become habits for strong, confident English. Like brushing your teeth, they should become a non-negotiable part of your day.

Start with one or two suggestions and work your way up to doing all five suggestions.

Upon Waking

As soon as you wake up, read these phrases aloud to train your brain for learning with a positive mindset. It is important to begin with the right mindset because it will help your brain to receive information.

Don’t accept common myths like “it is very difficult for adults to become fluent in English,” or “mistakes are bad and should be avoided,” or “some people are naturally talented at languages, but most people are not.”

These are myths. Let them go. Try reading these positive ideas aloud instead. You’ll be amazed at your fast improvement!

  • You improve everyday. You learn everyday.
  • You have good intentions and should therefore always be confident in your words and your actions.
  • Don’t compare yourself to anyone except the person you were yesterday.
  • Today is a great day to make mistakes!


  1. In the Shower

Listen to music in English while you get ready. Put it on while you shower and get dressed.

By listening to music in English, you will benefit in three ways. First, you are immersing yourself in the sounds of English, which you need in order to become familiar with new sounds and words. Second, if you listen carefully, you can improve your listening skills and vocabulary. Third, you can discover new music you like and even learn about some pop culture.

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