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Inasmuch as English has become an international language in any aspect of scholarly world, including law, students of law, like other students, will need proper English books to learn legal terminologies.
Ability to easily study and comprehend law texts also plays a major role in comparative and case study of law which in turn contributes to maximize legal perspective of lawyers thanks to gaining knowledge about various foreign legal systems.
But what is the proper approach to learn English and subsequently law texts?
This is a question of indispensable importance because learning languages other than mother tongue is a time-consuming process and those who brag about teaching foreign languages in short times such as six months just play with their audiences, thus taking wrong route in learning English will cost you as costly as your precious youth years. So before starting to learn English, try to learn the proper way to study it.
The process of learning any foreign language, including English, starts with learning and indeed comprehending vocabulary. It is vocabulary that constructs a language and trying to learn a language destitute of learning and comprehending a vast related vocabulary will result in vain. So the first step to learn a foreign language is to master in a large vocabulary, and what gets a student to such a mastery, is specifically worked out vocabulary books.
Have you ever wondered what grammar is? Probably not.
Grammar is the way you learn how to use your comprehended vocabulary properly in speaking, writing , et al ; but is learning grammar the second step of learning other languages ? The answer is negative. This is a common mistake that people make in learning languages and its only outcome is getting confused and wasting time.
Actually the second step is starting to study texts. When you know the meaning of any word in a text, you will automatically comprehend the meaning of the text.
It is time to mention another common mistake in learning languages. It is been mentioned in many English books that you do not need to know the meaning of every word in a text, and when you encounter an unknown word, you can try to guess its meaning in accordance with the context !
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