Top 5 games for improving writing skills

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In an age when everyone can write about anything with the help of the internet, it may seem strange that we are turning our attention to writing in English. The internet may have changed how we communicate in English, but it is now even more critical to learn how to write correctly. If you want to break the rules, you have to know them first.

Also, not everything you write will be on social media platforms or in informal English. Writing has to be done well. You may have to write a report for work, give a test at school, or send an email to a friend. In these cases, it is helpful to know how to write correctly in English.

Let’s cut to the chase. You’ll be surprised how much you can get out of writing. So let’s get started. But where do I start? The best way to improve your English writing skills is to do work that gives you pleasure. These exercises will help you to learn and develop your writing skills by encouraging you to try new things and think creatively.

 

Here are some fun games to help you develop your English writing skills.

 

  1. Make a list of vocabulary.

 

Do you have a vocabulary list to help you remember English words? If so, that’s great. Now, if you have to write a dissertation proposal use as many relevant words from the list as you can. The idea is to include between 10 and 20 words in your proposal, depending on how long the task takes. Have fun and try to think about what it means to complete a story.

You will use the words in a sentence to check their usage. Words are easier to remember in context when there are other words around them. The cleverer the story, the easier it is to place the words used (memory experts have used this method to annotate hundreds of sequences of playing cards)

 

  1. Picture story

 

Bring in some magazines and choose a picture at random from them. Describe them in as much detail as you can. Don’t just write about what you see. Put yourself in the picture. Think about smells, feelings, tastes, etc. We use descriptions all the time in our daily lives.” “I’m tired,” “Your dress is so beautiful.” “This coffee is delicious.” These phrases are often used in spoken language.

 

  1. Argue

Do you have strong opinion about something? For example, let’s say that it’s one of your sociology research topics  that everyone should learn a second language. We write about this idea from the opposite point of view. In this case, you would write about why not everyone should learn a second language. In English, this is called “being the devil’s advocate.” It’s about taking part where you don’t really believe and looking at a problem from a different perspective.

 

In this game, you will not only learn English but also learn a life skill called empathy. Empathy is the ability to understand another person’s feelings, even if they feel differently from you. This is an important skill, and you can learn it through writing.

 

  1. Idiom soup

 

This is a fun way to make your sleepovers fun. Idioms are expressions that have no real meaning. For example, “it’s raining cats and dogs” doesn’t mean that cats and dogs are falling from the sky (it just means it’s raining very hard). Try to write your own story using as many idioms and sayings as possible.

To feel confident, it is important to know phrases and expressions used in different situations. Use idiomatic expressions to expand your vocabulary so that when you hear a native speaker speak, you’ll know exactly what they mean.

 

  1. Write a Story

 

Think about something you’ve done in the past, like playing the clarinet or going to picnic. Write about your experience with this activity. Your writing should start in the past and end in the future. For example, you could write.

 

“I started playing the clarinet when I was five, but I quit after two years. Now I can’t play anything, but I’d like to start again in the future.” And so on. You will learn that we like to talk about ourselves. We all do. That’s why most of our daily conversations are all about us in this game.

 

Conclusion

 

Writing gives us time to express ourselves. Writing allows you to slow down and take time to find the right words. Writing helps you to remember things better. Reading, listening, speaking, and writing allows you to remember the lesson better. This is why we often use this technique in our language lessons. Writing is a great way to learn new skills.

 

Author Bio:

Basit Ali is an Entrepreneur, marketer, and writer. Basit works as a content marketer at Cognizantt and working on the projects like Essays.uk and ResumeCroc. where he revises marketing content, improves email marketing, and works with marketing interns and customer service providers. His writing goes beyond traditional tech domains and includes interactive tips that are implementable in the world today.