Here are seven things I’ve learned about English writing from the past few years of studying and teaching.

STEP 1: Read English-language fiction before starting to write your own.

This will help you understand how to write like an author, not just a journalist. Most of the time, you’ll find that your writing will be much better when you take into account what you already know about the language.

STEP 2: Read English-language nonfiction before starting to write your own.

You don’t have to read English-language fiction, but this is the next best thing. You can use this as a way to become familiar with common words and concepts that are important in your writing.

STEP 3: Read English-language magazines and newspapers before starting to write your own.

This is probably the most useful thing you can do for your writing. It will help you understand how articles are structured and what kinds of words people are using.

STEP 4: Watch movies and TV shows in English before starting to write your own.

Watching other people’s writing will give you an idea of what kinds of words and phrases they use and how they’re written. This will make it easier for you to write like them.

STEP 5: Study grammar rules and conventions.

The most important rule is to keep things simple. When you make a mistake, you’ll end up with a bunch of extra work. Don’t get overwhelmed by all the details. Start with the basics, then move on to more complex things later.

STEP 6: Read other people’s English-language fiction before starting to write your own.

The best way to learn to write well is to read good writing. If you have access to quality English-language fiction, read it. You’ll be amazed at how much you can learn from other people’s work.

STEP 7: Write nonfiction in English first, then switch to fiction.

When you start out, try writing nonfiction in English. It will help you become familiar with the language and what kind of vocabulary and concepts you need to use in fiction. When you get better, switch to fiction.

Thanks for reading!

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