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Every person needs to learn knowledge in the world but only some people can become successful learners Then how to become a successful learner I would like to discuss this in two aspects On the one hand you should understand your aim for learning and find out a learning method that is suitable for you Certainly this is not easy Each persons aim for learning is different some hopes to get a good job or choose a good career by learning others hope to get a degree or bring honor to their family and so on For example I want to get a degree in England so I give up my job to come here In addition it is the most important to grasp a suitable learning method If you want to use short time to learn more knowledge you must arrange time rightly For example I often spend a fixed amount of time on learning every day and follow specific plan for scheduled learning periods And when I study English Language besides listening to the radio consistently and writing down the content of the radio program I also read English newspapers everyday At the same time I actively look for chance to communicate with English speaking people at any time and any place Thus I can improve every aspect of my English language skill On the other hand you must have a study place that has effective study resources The place ought to be a settled location with a fixed desk chair appropriate lighting heat and ventilation The place also ought to be a quiet location away from distractions You should effectively use your resources For example when I study I usually need to use class notes textbooks handouts other printed articles and E-journals I can grasp not only new knowledge but I can also widen my knowledge using these resources In conclusion I think that if you hope to become
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