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Learning Style Questionnaire

Now, please answer the questions in our learning style questionnaire  below and I shall come back with some suggestions, both in general and in particular, should your circumstances require this. Thank you in advance, for your time and attention.

Please note that all fields followed by an asterisk must be filled in.
Yes, on a regular basis
No, never - I just listen
Sometimes, when I'm lucky to find one
Yes, I try to use my English in conversation
No, I never have the chance to speak to other people in English
I don't dare to speak, even when I have a chance
Yes, I love playing word games online
No, this is a useless activity
I never find the time for playing games
I tend to just listen to other people's jokes
I try to tell people jokes from time to time
I'm not good at telling jokes, so I never bother
Yes, depending on my courseware material
No, I take my studying very seriously
I never have fun when I study anything
I always find the fun side of things, including my studying materials
I tend to take notes and write essays about what I study
I like writing emails/letters to my friends, in order to practice my English
I only write things for my homework
Yes, I enjoy using my mobile for learning
No, I'm not very technical
I wish I could, but I can't choose the best application for myself
Yes, I read subtitles in English
Yes, I read subtitles in my own language
No, I prefer to turn off the subtitles
I study for a good certificate
Certificates are not important to me, proficiency is what matters
Both are equally important
Work (both in your country or abroad)
For further studying abroad
Pleasure (travelling, making friends)
Private lifestyle (to marry/live abroad)
A constructive challenge in a boring society
A special personal interest for which there are no materials to read in your language

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