To improve at anything, you should practise every day. And if English is your second language, social media is a great place to do this! Here are five ways you can use social media to improve your English skills:\r\n\r\n\tFollow accounts that offer tips on learning English.\r\n\tInteract with English-language accounts that you follow.\r\n\tSubscribe to language channels on YouTube.\r\n\tJoin a Facebook group that lets you practice English with other learners.\r\n\tChange your social media account settings to \u2018English\u2019.\r\n\r\nFor more advice on all the above, check out our guide below!\r\n1. Follow \u2018Learn English\u2019 Accounts\r\nSocial media is full of accounts dedicated to learning English. These include:\r\n\r\n\tABC Education Learn English on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube, which focuses on Australian English for ESL learners.\r\n\tBBC Learning English, which offers advice on English for work, study and fun. Find them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.\r\n\tThe British Council\u2019s LearnEnglish accounts on Facebook and Twitter.\r\n\tVoice of America Learning English on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.\r\n\tGrammar Girl on Facebook and Twitter, where you\u2019ll find everything from simple tips to advanced advice on writing style.\r\n\tProofed\u2019s accounts on Facebook and LinkedIn, where you\u2019ll get regular updates about our blog posts so you never miss our writing tips!\r\n\r\nFollowing these will give you plenty of tips on improving your English.\r\n2. Interact with English-Language Accounts\r\nAs well as social media accounts about learning English, it helps to follow and interact with other English-language accounts. You can start by:\r\n\r\n\tSeeing which of your friends and followers post in English. You can then join the conversation by responding to their posts.\r\n\tFollowing English-language accounts that interest you. These can be about anything as long as they\u2019re in English! If you see a post you find interesting, respond to the writer to let them know your thoughts.\r\n\r\nYour responses could be just to say that a joke made you laugh or that you like the person's tweets. The key is to start using English every day!\r\n3. Watch YouTube Channels for Pronunciation\r\nYouTube has lots of channels that offer tips on speaking English. And you need to hear English spoken if you want to master pronunciation.\r\nTo get started, have a look at these channels:\r\n\r\n\tAussie English for advice on Australian English.\r\n\tSpeak English with Mr Duncan and Easy English for British English.\r\n\tJenniferESL and Rachel's English for American English.\r\n\r\nAs well as helping with pronunciation, these channels have great tips on spelling, grammar, and word choice. And there are loads more to discover!\r\n4. Join a Practice English Group\r\nFacebook has many practice English groups you can use to try out your English and ask questions. And they're great for meeting other learners.\r\nSome of the biggest groups include the English Chat and Learning Club, Daily English Practice, and Learning English Freely.\r\n5. Change Your Language Settings\r\nFinally, if you\u2019re feeling brave, you could change the language settings on your social media accounts. This means everything will appear in English!\r\nIt\u2019s a good idea to start with one account, but you can switch more to English once you become more confident. Or you can start new English-only accounts just for learning. Either way, this will mean you get to use your English every time you log on to your favourite social media platforms.\r\nExpert ESL Proofreading\r\nDaily practice on social media is a fun way to improve your English. But if you need to be sure your writing is clear, we have expert proofreaders ready to help. Upload a trial document for free today to find out more.