She’s been and gone now but I think we can all agree, it was amazing to have Adele in Melbourne last weekend.
I know that many of you saw her too, but what I loved most about her show was all her hilarious stories and hearing her “London” accent. It reminded me of home!
It was also refreshing to hear such a successful artist speak so openly and honestly about her personal failings and weaknesses. The message that I walked away with was that it’s important to learn from your experiences in life and to use them as opportunities to grow and improve.
If you feel that your English isn’t improving quickly enough, then maybe you need to think about what you are actually doing to get better on a daily basis.
Is there anything more you could be doing?
To help you get started, take a look at some of the Top 10 mistakes made by people learning English:
Once you’ve recognised which mistakes you make, try to do something every day to reduce these. Then, it won’t be long before you’re able to speak like Adele (although, it may take a little longer if you want to sing like her!)
Have a great week!