“I’m too lazy to learn English. What should I do?”

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A few weeks ago, we received this question from a student: “I’m too lazy to learn English. What should I do?”

Does that sound like you, too?

​​If it does, you’re not alone. I’ve certainly felt I was too lazy for many things in my own life.

But instead of telling ourselves we’re lazy, we should look at the current situation or phase of life we are in. Maybe we have a demanding job, small children, parents to take care of, or something else that demands our time.

So don’t be so hard on yourself.

In our Facebook Live session this week, we talked about this topic and I also shared a few things you can do to make learning English easy — even if you think you’re lazy.

Watch the replay here.

You can also listen to this session on SpotifyApple Podcasts or Google Podcasts.

Even though learning English is important to you, there are other things in life that may require more attention right now. So just remember that learning is a lifetime process and it’s the small, consistent habits that matter.

Do you want to speak English with confidence?

Sign up to join our free video training, Speaking with Confidence. We’ll send you seven tips to your email address!

Here’s Tip 1 for a sneak peek of what’s in store for you.

Hi there!

We’re Azimah, Amnah and Aisya from Malaysia. We created My English Matters as an online platform to help people improve their English.

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