In recent years, English is considered as an international language which dominates almost relationships between countries. Therefore, the need for studying English is increasing rapidly. It is no doubt that the best way to learn English is studying in an English-speaking country, but, from my point of view, there are still another ways to learn English
An English-speaking country is a good environment for us to study English more effectively. Firstly, all people around us are native speakers, so it forces us to speak in English to communicate with them making it easier for us to adjust our accent and sentences pattern. Besides, living in an English -speaking country will expand our vocabulary and grammar range, which helps us not only to be more confident when talking with a native speaker but also enhance our reflexes to speak more naturally. Furthermore, when interacting with local people, we will have a lot of chances to explore their culture to understand language more.
On the other hand, it is not the only way to learn English. With the development of technology, we can easily get a lot of language knowledge. For instance, there are many books we can utilize to study more about English or we can improve our listening skill and enrich our vocabulary and grammar by watching Hollywood movies with a subtitle, English radio programmes or TV shows. In addition, nowadays, the internet is widespread and also a superiority in our world. Hence, the internet comprises all kind of information which will answer our questions when studying a language.It also very useful that there are many websites for people who cannot afford to go to study abroad, so we can have an opportunity to meet and speak with an English speaker or someone who will improve our speaking skills.
In conclusion, English can be learnt everywhere in the world. It mainly depends on the method we choose, hard work and passion of every person, not the place we learn. Thus, people do not lose their hope and give up by saying that English is only learnt in an Eglish speaking country.