Belajar tak susah


Good afternoon everyone

Ramai orang kata, ‘alah, present tense ni senang je, benda buat hari- hari kot’..

Iye, cuba awak yang mengajar budak- budak nak bagi mereka faham betul- betul, baru awak rasa susah ke senang.

Tak salah tak faham, boleh tanya. Lagipun Bahasa Inggeris bukan bahasa pertama (mother tongue) kita. Tapi tak bermakna kita tak boleh belajar bagi jadi pandai kan?

Okay la, kepada sesiapa yang nak belajar tu, boleh tekan link di bawah. Belajar, fahamkan dan guna dalam kehidupan seharian. Lama- lama pandai jugak serba sedikit ye adik- adik.

All the best!


MA ELS (2015)

Alhamdulillah,  syukur nikmat..

After 3 years of struggling, I am now officially a Master degree holder..

Thank you everyone for the time that you spent with me through the whole years.. Honestly, I couldn’t do it alone.. Thank you to all my lecturers, friends, course mates and my parents for your ultimate support, from the beginning until the end..

To my supervisor and my reader, thank you for the comments and help, especially during viva..

Alhamdulillah, my viva was a success..


Thank you, thank you and thank you..

MA ELS, UKM (2012-2015)


ESL Part 2

Hello everyone.. This post is a continuation from the previous post, which focuses on English as a second language.

In the previous post, a video attached has identified the common problems faced by the second language English learners.

In this post, I listed the problems and how the learners could overcome the problems.

  1. Listening

It is a common problem that a listener would feel difficult in understanding the conversation made by the native English speakers. They would feel that the speakers speak too fast in their own language.

Solution: You can try to watch any dramas or movies in English, but don’t forget to insert the subtitles as well. It will help you to understand what they (the actors/actresses) said.

2. Vocabulary

As a new speaker to a new language, of course you wouldn’t know a lot of words in English.

Solution: You can try to list any new English words that you have learned together with the meaning. It helps you to remember the words and the meaning as well. After that, practice, practice and practice to use the words learned.

3. Pronunciation

Besides vocabulary, pronunciation (how to pronounce the words) should also be practiced. For example, how to pronounce ‘flour vs flower’, ‘knight vs night’ and ‘write vs right’.

The examples above showed that the English words have the same sound in the way you pronounce it, but remember, the words have a different meaning.

4. Confidence

Confidence is always important in mastering a new language. Well, maybe the tips below will help you to gain your confidence in using the English language.

Keep on practising.

5. Speaking

A non native speaker will always paused or hesitate to use English. It is okay to have fillers during the conversation. You just need to practice a lot. Try to express your ideas in English, and you will notice some improvement.

6. Grammar errors

Making mistakes in the grammar errors is necessary for a learner to be better. Just make sure not to make the same mistakes over an over again. It takes time to master a language, so don’t give up!

That’s all for now.. Thanks for viewing and enjoy learning 😉


English as a Second Language


Learning English, especially for a second language learner, is sure not an easy task. It’s like mastering a new language after your mother tongue language.

Among the English skills that need to be mastered are:

  1. Listening
  2. Speaking
  3. Reading
  4. Writing

Well, the video attached below will identify the problems that always occur for a non native speaker of English.

Hope it helps, at least a little bit.


Well, hello everyone.. I’m quite surprised to see that there are people who are still visiting this site even though I haven’t post anything since my last post about the tenses.

Actually, this blog was created because it was compulsory for my course taken for my masters’ degree.

Now, I’m not sure what to do with this anymore.

Thanks for visiting anyway 😉

Jumbled- up questions

Well, students. How do you feel now? Happy? Exhausted? Motivated?

Be patience, okay. There is one more exercise for you.

handwriting blackboard writings - Patience is a virtue

The last exercise is a jumbled- up questions.

You need to rearrange the words in order to make a complete and correct sentence. There are 5 questions in this section.

Try it out!


To view the exercises, click the links provided below.