1.Ask yourself weekly: What do I want to learn this week?
Asking yourself this question every week will help you stop and think for a moment about what is most important to you. It is easy to focus only on the current unit, grammar exercise, etc. If you take a moment to stop and set a goal for yourself every week, you will notice the progress you are making and, in turn, become more inspired by how quickly you are learning English!
2.Review important new information shortly before going to bed.
Research has shown that our brains process information that is fresh in our brains while we sleep. By shortly (this means very quickly - just a glance at what you are working on at the moment) going over some exercise, reading, etc. before you go to sleep, your brain will work away on this information while you sleep!
研究表明，睡眠时人脑对信息的处理较为活跃。睡前简要回顾（也就是说，回想一下此时你正在做什么）做过的习题及阅读的内容。在你入睡时，大脑会对这些信息进行加工！3.While alone at home or doing exercises in your room, speaking English aloud.
Just as understanding the basics of tennis does not make you a great tennis player, understanding grammar rules does not mean you can automatically speak English well. You need to practice the act of speaking often. Speaking by yourself at home and reading the exercises you are doing will help connect your brain to your facial muscles and improve pronunciation and make your knowledge active.
正如掌握网球的基础知识并不保证你会成为一名伟大的网球运动员一样，熟悉语法规则并不意味着能够流畅地输出英语。你需要经常练习。在家里说英语、朗读正在书写的阅读练习，将有助于大脑同面部肌肉相联系，提升发音水平、使你的知识更活跃。4.Do five to ten minutes of listening at least four times a week.
If you decide that you going to work hard and listen for two hours, chances are that you will not do extra listening exercises any time soon. If, on the other hand, you start off slowly and listen often, it will be easier to develop the habit of listening to English on a regular basis.
5.Look for situations in which you must speak / read / listen to English
This is probably the most important tip. You need to use English in a "real world" situation. Learning English in a classroom is important, but putting your English knowledge into practice in real situations will improve your fluency in speaking English. If you do not know of any "real life" situation, create new ones for yourself by using the Internet to listen to news, write English responses in forums, exchange emails in English with email pals, etc.