For any learner, there are ways that you can improve your English skills easily.
Here, we look at the different skills on which language levels are measured, how learners can improve them in their free time, and why frequency is important.
Reading is a great way to learn new words and to test your understanding of grammar.
Find something to read in English - books or articles about something you like. Pay attention to the grammar used and test yourself to see if you understand why it's used in that way. When you find a word you don't understand, BEFORE you use a translator, try to guess what the word might mean. In books and articles, there are many clues around the word. Then translate it and see if you are right. Whenever it's a noun, also go to Google images and see how it looks—visuals help. And you may find it’s a little different to what you call that object in your language.
Do this for at least 15 minutes every day (again, as you get better, you can do this for longer).