English books easy to read that will keep you motivated to learn English

If you want to learn English but are not quite sure how to start, then these books are for you. They are written in an easy-to-understand manner and will help anyone become a better learner of the language. These books can be read on the bus or at your desk and will help you understand what English is all about.

It’s hard to stay motivated to learn English when you feel like you are making slow progress. That’s why it is important to find an interesting book that can make learning easier. Here are some books that will motivate you and keep you focused on your goal of speaking English fluently in the near future.

People who have difficulty in learning English often have the idea that they are not good at it. This notion can be a great obstacle for them to succeed. They will often tell themselves that they can’t learn a new language because they aren’t intelligent enough, or they don’t have enough time to dedicate to learning English. This is completely false. The only thing that matters is your desire and willingness to learn, which we all possess deep within us.

It is easy to become tired of studying. It can be difficult to motivate yourself to continue learning, especially when you are not in a rush. To help motivate yourself, we’ve put together this list of English books that will keep you interested and engaged. See also, how to learn English.

English books easy to read that will keep you motivated to learn English

1. Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff

This book is written and published by Richard Carlson, a behavioral scientist who has worked with the US Special Forces (Green Berets), CEO’s of Fortune 500 companies, performers on Broadway and major sports teams. The goal of this book is to teach people how to be happy by changing their mindset about situations where they don’t have control over something that’s happening

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This English-learning method also uses more stories than exercises so it’s easier to remember the advice the author is giving.

2. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

This book has sold more than 28 million copies and is one of the top-selling business books not only in America but also around the world. Within this same language, it has been published in 26 different languages; Taiwanese, Brazilian Portuguese even Swahili!

This book was initially written by a good friend who promoted personal achievement over profit because he believed that true happiness comes from within; not outside sources like wealth or material possessions. Because we could all related to his message, the best-selling book in over three decades has made its mark throughout the world.

3. The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari

This book is written by business leader Ken Blanchard and it tells the story of Jim Benson who could not help himself from buying an expensive vehicle every time he had a surplus that was burning a hole in his pocket. Out of this compulsion, he created The 1.3 million dollar company which eventually became one of America’s leading health clubs

This English-learning method explains how acts like yours can trigger emotions that make you feel unhappy;The solution here is as simple as understanding that we all have motives for doing what we do. By changing our behaviours or beliefs, no matter how minuscule they are, we can become happier with ourselves and the actions of life too!

4. What I talk about when I talk about running

The late great writer Tim Noakes is considered as one of the most informed and respected nutritionists in South Africa. He was a guest speaker at this year’s World Conference on Obesity and had said that he felt “physically sick” when his six-year-old son put those sugary things into his mouth, which I totally agree with him!

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This book describes how to navigate through life from crisis to consolation by making some rather unorthodox decisions.

5. The Great Gatsby

The quintessence of excellence and the epitome of wealth back in 1922, this classic is set against a story about an enigmatic millionaire; Who encourages his neighbour George to get involved in illegal activities.

My uncle got it for me after he read it many years ago! Although I know how bookends my life with happiness – if you’ve never been so arrogant as Gatsby, and found yourself fortune entangled by evil people like that- don’t bother reading this! See also, English reading.

6. The Wives of Henry VIII by Alison Weir

A look into the lives of six women who had crumbled their husbands’ world, or been in some way successful. You will find these stories filled with twists and turns; The ones which helped shape European history were especially gripping for me! Here are a few recommendations:  Plague Courtiers, Love secrets with my sisters…the book on Catherine Howard that hints into her sexual pleasures inside the royal castle

7. The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

Who brought me my first tear! What a soul! 2013 was an amazing year of life,