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Methods of English Learning during the Transition from Senior High to the Great Learning

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DOI: 10.23977/aduhe.2021.030320 | Downloads: 2 | Views: 805


Huang Nanxi 1


1 Class 2, 2020 , Department of Health Management Service, Xihua University, Chengdu, Sichuan 610039, China

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Huang Nanxi


As a freshman, I've just finished the heavy schoolwork of Senior High school and I'm preparing myself for getting accustomed to the new life of college as soon as possible. And when it comes to study-the core part of college life, especially English learning, we have to attach great importance to the fact that English learning is a lasting process which lays emphasis on accumulation and application. In substance, English is more a language or a kind of tool which could be used to arm ourselves than a subject set in the syllabus since primary school. As mentioned above, I suppose there won't be huge differences in learning English in college, but that doesn't mean there is no difference. Delicate differences indeed exist. Of course, as fas as I'm concerned, maybe what we’re more inclined to is the similarities and further learning skills. And personally, I'd like to talk about the methods of English learning during the transition from several main aspects below.


Learning methods of english, The special period-transition, Maintain a positive attitude toward learning, Comparison, General concepts in different aspects of english


Huang Nanxi, Methods of English Learning during the Transition from Senior High to the Great Learning. Adult and Higher Education (2021) 3: 102-104. DOI:


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