When you read something in English, do you struggle to understand long sentences? This is quite a common problem, and it occasionally happens to native speakers too! Sometimes there is so much information in a sentence that it’s difficult to understand what the subject or object is, or just what on earth the sentence is about!

If this happens to you, try to break the sentence into smaller pieces. Conquer one small part at a time, and build up your understanding  little by little. If you eat a pizza, it’s difficult to eat the whole thing as it is! You cut it into smaller, more easy-to-manage pieces. Do the same with big sentences.

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About ingwhiz

We are a couple, half English and half Indonesian. Corinne is an experienced teacher. She has taught in a well-known English school and has been a Director of Study. She has taught English to many top companies and government organisations in Indonesia. Currently, she works in an International school in Jakarta, teaching English to children. Giri has lots of experience working in many different areas of a language school, and of learning English. He knows how difficult it is! Currently he works for a leading English language school in Jakarta. We hope you find our blog useful!

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