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The 6-1 Chicago Bulls are heading to Philadelphia to take on the 5-2 Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday, Nov. 3 at 7 pm ET. 

Two leading Eastern Conference teams trying to put past drama behind them — that’s one way to describe the Wednesday night matchup between the Chicago Bulls and the Philadelphia 76ers.

The Bulls are making headlines again not for current team drama, but for resentment that has simmered over decades among its biggest stars.

In his new memoir Unguarded, Scottie Pippen blasted Michael Jordan for being arrogant during his acclaimed docuseries, The Last Dance. According to Pippen, Jordan felt like he was larger than life, and the docuseries made him look like a god.

The biggest headline for the 76ers this season has been how they will manage without Ben Simmons, but the 5-2 team has become one of the better Eastern Conference teams even without him. Although Simmons was seen shooting at practice last week, his return remains uncertain as he is still out as of now.

These two historic franchises seek success in 2021, and their teams have a head start in securing playoff berths. Who wins tonight could preview who will win several months from now in the postseason — here are the best ways to catch tonight’s game at Wells Fargo Center.

What channel is the Bulls vs. 76ers NBA game on?

The Bulls vs. 76ers game can be seen locally in Chicago on NBC Sports Chicago and in Philadelphia on NBC Sports Philadelphia.

Bulls vs. 76ers NBA Odds

Point Spread: 76ers -2.5
Moneyline: Bulls +120, 76ers -140
O/U Total: 220.0
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Even though they have one less win, the 76ers have the edge in this matchup according to oddsmakers. The Bulls, however, have looked like the better, more consistent team to this point. As such, this will be interesting to see if the oddsmakers’ lack of faith in Chicago will pay off or bite them yet again.

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NBA Reddit Live Stream for Bulls vs. 76ers

Date: Wednesday, Nov. 3
Start Time: 7:00 p.m. ET
TV Channel: NBC Sports Chicago, NBA League Pass
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Fans can stream the action in local markets on FuboTV for all your NBA action needs. Even better, the streaming cable service is available for a 7-day free trial when new users sign up. NBA League Pass also offers the chance for all out-of-market subscribers to stream and watch the game with a paid subscription to the service.

If you won’t be near a television, you can catch a live stream of the Bulls vs. 76ers game on the NBA streams subreddit community by searching “sportsurge” on Google.

How to watch 'The Last Dance', TV channel

By Kurt HelinMay 16, 2020, 3:44 AM EDT

“The Last Dance” concludes tomorrow, with the final two episodes chronicling the 1997-98 season of the Chicago Bulls, which has a particular emphasis on Michael Jordan’s life and times.

Some might remember the Bulls as a dominant, unstoppable force in the NBA. That wouldn’t be far off considering they won six titles in eight years and set a then-NBA record 72 wins in the regular season in 1995-96. But they did have a few challenges along the way.

Who was the biggest challenge? That’s one of the topics of the upcoming episodes on Sunday.

Have a peek.

The '98 Pacers were tough 😤

Final episodes of #TheLastDance on Sunday.

— ESPN (@espn) May 15, 2020

“The Last Dance” focuses on the 1997-98 season — Jordan’s final title, the season before he retired — but used flashbacks to weave in the entire Bulls dynasty, and Jordan’s full career. (Click here for more on the first eight episodes.)

Below are the details on when and how to watch, plus some things to keep an eye on in the documentary.


Sunday, May 17
Episodes 9 & 10: 9 p.m. Eastern


The Last Dance is on ESPN and can be streamed on and the ESPN app. Also, it will be available on a number of streaming services for clients who have paid for the TV/Live service, including Sling, YouTube, and Hulu.

Outside the United States, the show can be streamed on Netflix five hours after the broadcast times.


1) All the F-Bombs and cussing you could want

Time to let you in on an NBA secret: Players and coaches cuss. A lot. The best of them at least use the F-word as every part of speech, but swearing is a pervasive part of the culture.

ESPN isn’t editing that out.

At least not on the primary ESPN broadcast. All the swearing, all the expletives, everything will be shown as recorded. No “beeps.”

For people who don’t want to hear that language, the “airplane” version will be broadcast on ESPN2 at the same time. That said, expect a lot of FCC complaints because some people will flip out (for the record, ESPN is a subscription cable network, so curse words are allowed).

2) This is no Jordan puff piece; he was cutthroat and “Last Dance” pulls no punches

Jordan was worried this documentary would make him look like a “horrible guy.” Except, he could be. There is some a****** in MJ. The man punched a teammate in practice — the Warriors’ coach Steve Kerr — and was an overbearing presence. He skipped out on a White House trip to go golfing with a drug lord. This is a documentary in the true sense of the word, which means everyone and everything gets put in a bright light and re-examined.

As a sporting society, we have mythologized Jordan to the point he can walk on water and do no wrong. We gloss over the costs of his style of leadership. The Last Dance does not, it talks about the good and the bad. It paints a true picture.

3) Jordan did not play baseball due to some conspiracy, it was planned out and about his father

After the Bulls first three-peat, Jordan quit the NBA to play baseball. Conspiracy theories have popped up around this decision, because who would walk away on top to struggle in another field? (Plus, if the coronavirus has reminded us of anything, it’s that people love a good conspiracy theory, facts be damned.)

This was about Jordan and his father, who had wanted his son to play baseball and who passed away just before the move. This was about a new challenge and old desires. This was also something Jordan talked about privately for a year before he went public.

Jordan worked hard in Birmingham and the White Sox minor league affiliates, and he might have stayed in baseball longer except 1994 MLB strike — which canceled the World Series that year — put pressure on Jordan as a Spring Training draw in a way he didn’t want, pushed him back to the NBA. And three more rings.

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    Knicks reportedly have internal discussions about Tobias Harris trade

    By Kurt HelinDec 26, 2022, 2:03 PM EST

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    Two basic facts about free agency tie into this latest rumor: 1) NBA front offices “internally discuss” a lot of players, it’s a core part of preparing for any eventuality; 2) The Knicks are always going to be tied to major moves.

    That brings us to the latest report, via Ian Begley of The Knicks have had internal discussions about a Tobias Harris trade.

    “The Knicks have talked internally about the idea of acquiring Tobias Harris via trade before their winning streak started… Tom Thibodeau spoke highly of him before the game, so that’s just one name to keep an eye on.”

    Harris would help the Knicks, he is a solid scoring wing who creates his own shot, finishes well through contact, is shooting 40.5% from 3 and is a solid defender. He’s consistent and averaging 16.7 points and 6.2 rebounds a game.

    But there are a few reasons this trade doesn’t make sense for New York (or likely Philadelphia).

    First, if the Knicks are saving their trade assets to go for swings at a couple of franchise-changing players — and they wouldn’t throw all their assets in at Donovan Mitchell — why are they going after Harris? He’s a solid player but should be the third- or fourth-best option on a contender. He’s not the level of player the Knicks need.

    Second, Harris is a score-first combo forward, where the Knicks are already playing Julius Randle and RJ Barrett. While we can talk about how far New York can go with that pair at the 3/4, is Harris even much of an upgrade?

    Third, Harris makes a lot of money — $37.6 million this season and fully guaranteed $39.3 million next season, the final two years on his max contract. That’s where the Knicks want to spend their cap space? (That salary is why the 76ers would be open to a Harris trade; they have looked for one to save money.) Harris’ salary makes a trade more difficult. Technically an Evan Fournier and Derrick Rose (plus likely a second-round pick) for Harris works on paper, but why would Philly even consider giving up a wing to add to an already deep guard rotation (James Harden, Tyrese Maxey, De'Anthony Melton, Shake Milton and Matisse Thybulle)? Harris helps the Sixers win, Rose and Fournier are out of the rotation on the team Philly just beat on Christmas Day.

    Finally, Philadelphia has won eight straight and is starting to look like a threat to the top teams in the East. The 76ers went all-in with win-now moves in the offseason (P. J Tucker, Melton) and they are thinking about playing into late May and June — Harris helps with that. He’s a quality two-way wing (he’s overpaid, but he’s still good). The 76ers are all-in on this season, then they will reassess everything — including Harden — this offseason. For now, it’s about winning.

    All of which is to say, Tobias Harris isn’t going to the Knicks, barring some big changes between now and the trade deadline.

    But sure, the Knicks talked about him internally.

    James Harden downplays report he could return to Houston

    By Kurt HelinDec 26, 2022, 10:46 AM EST

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    It felt like a negotiation tactic, a reminder to the 76ers that they were not getting a discount this summer. The 76ers entered Christmas Day on a seven-game winning streak, then they beat the Knicks behind another strong performance from James Harden. Everything is looking up in Philly.

    Yet floating over the top of all this was a report that Harden was considering a return to Houston this offseason. Harden did his best to blow this all off. Harden was colorful on the podium postgame but his comments were straightforward, via NBC Sports Philadelphia.

    James Harden is at the podium:

    — Noah Levick (@NoahLevick) December 25, 2022

    “I’m here, we’re playing very well and I don’t know where that report came from,” Harden said. “But I’m excited to be here and we’re playing well. We’re continuing to get better.”

    Before the game, Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer asked Harden about the report, to which Harden said he didn’t know about any report. When it was explained to him, Harden got testy.

    “Why would you ask me about that on Christmas, man?” he said. “You didn’t say Merry Christmas or nothing. You asked me about something that I ain’t even … I’m not answering. I didn’t see nothing.”

    Later told why the question had to be asked, Harden responded: ”I’m not talking right now before the game.

    If one were cynical, one would note this is how things work: Harden’s agent or someone in his camp leaks the report he’s open to a return to Houston, then Harden comes out and denies everything. Message sent to Philly about next summer’s negotiations, but Sixers fans have what they need to ignore the report.

    Harden has a player option for next season that nobody expects him to pick up (barring some injury or unexpected circumstance). Harden will be a free agent, he still has strong ties to Houston and the community there, the Rockets can create the cap space to make a max offer, and reports of Harden being interested a Houston reunion are not new. The Rockets have a strong young core — Jalen Green, Kevin Porter Jr., Alperen Sengun, Jabari Smith Jr. — plus they will add another high draft pick coming this draft. After that (and because their 2024 pick goes to the Thunder, top four protected) the Rockets may focus more on winning and want to bring in a veteran who can help turn the ship around. Enter Harden rumors. (Another question is whether Rockets ownership will want to pay Harden as all those young players come up for contract extensions in the coming years, but we’re not going there today.)

    As we wrote before, this rumor changes nothing for Daryl Morey and the 76ers. Acquiring Harden and their offseason moves pushed the 76ers all-in on winning this season and that remains the focus. Joel Embiid is playing like an MVP, Harden has found a groove, the role players are stepping up and Philly has won eight in a row and looked like more of a threat to Boston and Milwaukee. Philly can play this season out, see what happens in the playoffs, then the 76ers can judge next steps and make their offer to Harden. If he leaves, he leaves.

    But the rumors are already starting.

    Three takeaways from Christmas: Boston makes statement in East, West wide open

    By Kurt HelinDec 26, 2022, 9:52 AM EST

    Three Things To Know — modified today for the Christmas holiday games — is NBC’s five-days-a-week wrap-up of the night before in the NBA. Check out every weekday morning to catch up on what you missed the night before plus the rumors, drama, and dunks that make the NBA must-watch.

    1) Boston shows it is team to beat in East

    All season long, the sentiment in these parts has been Boston and Milwaukee are the two best teams — not only in the East but also in the NBA.

    Then — in the most anticipated game on Christmas Day — the Celtics steamrolled the Bucks. Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown combined to score 70 and a Celtics team that had looked a little bored the past couple of weeks came in focused and dominated.

    Highlights: The Celtics get the blow out win at home vs. Bucks!

    Presented by: @TMobile

    — Celtics on NBC Sports Boston (@NBCSCeltics) December 26, 2022

    If Jayson Tatum and Giannis Antetokounmpo are the two mid-season frontrunners for the MVP award, Tatum made his case on Sunday. The Celtics’ star scored 20 of his 41 points in a third quarter that changed the game.


    — Celtics on NBC Sports Boston (@NBCSCeltics) December 25, 2022

    Bucks fans will rightfully point out that Khris Middleton missed this game (right knee soreness) and he changes the dynamic. Also, both of these teams will evolve and look different come May — when they likely would meet in a playoff series — than they do on Christmas.

    However, right now, the Celtics look like the clear frontrunners in the East…

    Although maybe it’s time to count the 76ers in that contenders mix. Even without Tyrese Maxey, Philadelphia went into Madison Square Garden and beat the red-hot Knicks in the early game on Christmas, 119-112. Joel Embiid had 35 points, while James Harden posted 29 points, 13 assists and four steals.

    Joel Embiid and James Harden showed out for the #NBAXmas W! 🎄🎁

    Embiid: 35 PTS, 8 REB
    Harden: 29 PTS, 13 AST, 4 STL, 5 3PM

    8 straight wins for the Sixers.

    — NBA (@NBA) December 25, 2022

    Philly has won eight in a row and maybe they can make it a big three in the East by the time we get to the playoffs. They made their Christmas Day statement.

    2) The West is wide open, Curry-less Warriors handle Grizzlies

    Is there any team in the West you would bet to come out of the conference and make the Finals over the field?

    I wouldn’t. In recent weeks, the Grizzlies had looked like the best team in the West. The Warriors have looked like contenders only in flashes and just came off a 1-5 road (they had lost 7-of-9 overall), and Golden State was Stephen Curry and Andrew Wiggins.

    Jordan Poole scored 32 and the Warriors created a little space at the end of the first half and never looked back, talking a lot of trash (that went both ways) on their way to a 123-109 win.

    Jordan is too crafty 😮‍💨


    — Warriors on NBCS (@NBCSWarriors) December 26, 2022

    I’m still of the mind Memphis is a contender, but they will have to prove it in the biggest moments and on the biggest stages now, and that starts with Ja Morant (who did have 36 in this game). It also would help if Jaren Jackson Jr. could stay out of foul trouble and on the court. Meanwhile, we keep giving the Warriors the benefit of the doubt both because they have games like this and because we saw what they did last June when focused (and with this same core). However, with this Christmas Day victory Golden State is 16-18 and it is creating a much harder path to a Finals return than it may be able to handle with all these first half of the season losses.

    The West is wide open. Don’t forget about the Pelicans. Luka Doncic makes the Mavericks dangerous and we saw in the third quarter of their win over the Lakers on Christmas what happens when other Mavericks hit shots too. The Clippers are a sleeping giant just hanging around, but does anyone want to bet they can get Kawhi Leonard and Paul George right long enough to make this work?

    Or maybe the team to beat in the West is the team that closed Christmas Day with a dramatic win….

    3) Aaron Gordon‘s dunk of the year candidate punctuates Nuggets’ OT win

    The NBA saved the best for last — the Nuggets and Suns put on the day’s most entertaining game. Forget that. I’d say the most entertaining game of the season. And the biggest highlight was Aaron Gordon throwing down the hammer on the Suns’ Landry Shamet in overtime.

    Watch every angle ⬇️

    — NBA (@NBA) December 26, 2022

    (Gordon was initially called for an offensive foul on the dunk, but when the officials went to the replay to determine if Shamet was in the restricted area it threw the entire play into review and they determined this was an and-1 situation where Shamet leaned into him).

    Gordon had seven dunks on the night and finished with 28 points, but the star of the show was the two-time MVP Nikola Jokic who had a 41-point triple-double.

    Check out the best plays from Nikola Jokic's WILD 41 PTS, 15 AST, 15 REB triple-double! #NBAXmas 🎄🎁

    Presented by DraftKings pic.

    — NBA (@NBA) December 26, 2022

    We’re not taking much big picture away from this game — the Suns were essentially without Devin Booker, who tried to go but left the game four minutes in due to a groin injury (he had missed the previous three games). Without Booker, Shamet stepped up with 31 and Phoenix showed real grit, but the Nuggets came away with the 128-125 win and are now in sole possession of first place in the West.

    Watch Aaron Gordon throw down Dunk of the Year over Shamet

    By Kurt HelinDec 26, 2022, 3:30 AM EST

    The safe play — with the ball and up one with :28.2 seconds left in the game — is to slow up, dribble it out, and make the other team foul you while eating up clock.

    Safe is boring — the Nuggets’ Aaron Gordon went for the hammer and threw down the Dunk of the Year over the Suns’ Landry Shamet.

    Watch every angle ⬇️

    — NBA (@NBA) December 26, 2022

    Gordon was initially called for an offensive foul on the dunk, but when the officials went to the replay to determine if Shamet was in the restricted area it threw the entire play into review. After looking at the video, the officials decided Shamet was leaning to try and get the charge and that Gordon scored and got the and-1.

    Gordon had seven dunks on the night and finished with 28 points, while Jamal Murray added 26 (14 in the fourth). Shamet led the Suns with 31, having to take on extra minutes when Devin Booker left the game four minutes in due to a groin injury (he had missed the previous three games with that injury but tried to give it a go on Christmas). Without Booker the Suns showed real fight, but Denver got the 128-125 win in overtime and is now in sole possession of first place in the West.

    Rolling into programming in adulthood. : Pikabu

    Continued https://www.

    Brief background.

    It all started with the fact that I was on the technical support phone for a couple of years at the same place and there were no prospects for improvement from the word at all. I wanted to do more useful things, and not sit out my pants, and I also wanted to increase my income. I opened with great expectations (no, but what, I’ve been in IT for 5 years, I can rearrange Windows, install 1C - a trifling matter), set good conditions in the filter that I would like to see and .... fucked up. nine0007

    Not only have the requirements in the IT field grown in a couple of years to a heavenly state, but also half of the terms are not clear at all, not to mention the fact that my resume is only suitable for sitting on the phone of those supporting a small office.

    Okay, the direction is clear, you need to develop, pump skills, understand what is what and be able to use it. Further google, search for what is optimal at the initial level, google again, then google, study, google, study, google and now I work as a programmer :)

    What I highlighted in bold about google is what I want to tell you. In fact, this is the way and the use of those tools for knowledge mining, which I used with big mistakes, in the wrong order. I did not have a person who could guide me, suggest, tell me. At work, they said that programming at 25 is already too late, and in the Russian community it is quite difficult because of the overestimated opinion of the participants, although there are also good guys. nine0007

    What will be written here is not one hundred percent correct approach, but until you try, you will not understand. I advise about the same to my close people who turned out to be a hostage of their fucking situation, like me. Someone brushes aside because of laziness, someone furiously supports and does not go further, and someone silently does it with hope for tomorrow.

    Roll-in plan and some kind of road-map using the Python language as an example.

    1. First you need to decide what you want to do and what language to learn. From the basic things, I can single out three main fundamental components for the entry level: mobile development, web development, backend. In the current realities, the front-end (what you see, the page of the site, the appearance of a mobile application or just a program) has become much more complicated than the back-end (the part where the logic of the program, site, application is executed). A lot of conventions and approaches. There is a cool post on this topic on Habr about how people learn JavaScript - And this is 2016, now it’s probably tough what’s going on there :) I’ve never been drawn to the front, so I stopped at the back without hesitation. Then he focused on the popularity of the language, its syntax, community, available resources on the Internet (websites, forums, chats, etc. ). I stopped at Python, I do not regret it even once. nine0007

    2. Ok Google, how do you learn python? Yes, you will have to google a lot. So many that you probably don’t even know how to do it now, and you probably heard about the third page on Google only from friends or from memes. In order to start doing something, you need a handy tool. In programming, this is an IDE or a development environment. The program in which you will write the code. Here, without options, my applause towards PyCharm. Syntax highlighting, design hints, convenient debug mode and more, all in one place. The version is free - good, everything you need to eat, download here - In general, IDE is more of a taste, who likes what more. nine0007

    3. This item is optional , but still, I think development should be done on Linux. So many people, so many opinions, but I can't be convinced here. At the time I started learning Python, my experience with nix was extremely original. Install, look at the beauty, be surprised at the speed and return to windows. Now I will probably never return to the Microsoft product, I advocate with my hands and feet for the popularization of Linux and open source. To learn Linux, there is a good course from the stepik team - . The course is free with a certificate. The choice of OS is again a matter of taste, but I recommend either Linux Mint or Ubuntu. Google questions about these distributions, as well as in general, that are based on ubuntu is easy enough. nine0007

    4. Where is python?! The first course that I advise again from stepik (generally a cool resource, if anything) - The course has two big minuses and a big plus that covers them. Cons - the teachers are really weak and bioinformatics is a rather specific direction. By the way, in Linux, too, bioinformatics, her mother. And the plus is that the course is really designed for green and inexperienced. We fight and start to fight, solve problems, watch videos, delve into and get a certificate. nine0007

    5. In parallel with the course, we read the book by Mark Lutz - Learning Python. It is "learning", not "programming". I advise you to read the book in parallel with the course, i.e. learned the cycles on the course, secured by reading the corresponding chapter in the king. I was not aware of some concept, but there is in the book - we skip it, we will return to it further. At this stage, you need to understand the basics.

    6. We got a certificate, now we need to fix and code something, go to the pythontutor - and start going through tasks. nine0007

    7. In parallel with the python tutor, we use a mobile application - Solo learn . Programming takes practice, so the more you read, write, think about code, the better. Toward the end of the course, the application will start playing with OOP (object-oriented programming), most likely you won’t understand anything and you won’t be able to do anything, that’s ok :)

    8. or from the stepik team - https://stepik. org/course/512/syllabus. This is the BEST COURSE I have ever taken. Samwell Tarly (no, he's just a teacher, but very similar))) he's really cool! It will sort through in an accessible language (as far as possible) what for and why. We pass the course, read the king in parallel according to the same principle and poke the application. As a result, we get two more certificates - stepik and an application and a finished book. nine0007

    9. Okay, at this point you already have a good basic understanding of what's to come, what opportunities programming has in general. I want more practice, without it nowhere. Next comes heavy artillery - courses from coursera. For courses, coursers have a life hack. Not required to pay is called. When you have chosen a course, read the description, there is a link "financial assistance", go, fill it out, wait 2 weeks and you will get a full course with a certificate at the end. The first of them is a course from the Higher School of Economics (Moscow) - https://www. In the labor market and in the whole field of education, the university occupies a good position, and in your resume, a certificate from the largest MOOC platform with a certificate from this university will obviously not be superfluous. I took this course first. Those. I don’t know anything about python and went to study it. It was AD. I think that the course is still in fact designed for at least a little understanding people. But it talks about the style of the code, PEP8 and other goodies, as well as debugging on PyCharm, at least superficially. nine0007

    10. We got a cool certificate, then with all this baggage you can look for the first jobs for the position of a junior, cut the first projects in the form of some kind of bots and so on. I started my thorny practical path by finding a project on github where people muddied a cool script for recording online streams. Okay, then I wanted to combine this project with a cart. Eh, there was a time, but that's another story.

    11. In addition to simple courses, there are specializations on the coursera. This is when several courses are combined into a specialty. You can drop in the direction of Python for everybody - . It is in English, as I was once told: "You need to be able to speak English." At first glance, it will seem very easy, given your knowledge base, but it covers topics such as SQL, the web, and more. Although in real life no one writes such requests as shown in the course, I hope. Everyone uses python extensions like peewee or sqlalchemy. If there is no database knowledge at all, then welcome to stepik again -

    In general, this is all, as you can see, all knowledge can be obtained completely free of charge, the main thing is to work hard. Hope this post helps at least one person. By the way, there is also a large community on Python here r/Python

    There will be questions, I will be happy to answer in the comments or make another post, for example, with useful resources.

    How to learn English : Pikabu

    Hello reader. I want to share with you tips for learning English. Everything listed below is personally tested by me and is a subjective experience. nine0007

    Don't chase quick results. Do not believe advertising slogans that promise to teach the language in a day, a week, a month. It's impossible. Just waste your time.

    1. Start with basic grammar.

    Download or buy grammar books from Raymond Murthy. They are structured in such a way that you can learn everything in order, or find a problematic topic and study only it, which makes these textbooks an excellent reference. Also for each textbook there is a separate notebook with additional exercises. nine0007

    There are three such textbooks:

    - Essential Grammar in Use / aka Red Murphy - for entry level

    - English Grammar in Use / aka Blue Murphy - for intermediate level

    - Advanced Grammar in Use / aka Green Murphy - for advanced level

    Ideally you will need a teacher, but everyone has different financial possibilities and different amount of time available, so welcome to YouTube. I will not leave a link so that I am not accused of advertising, but I will leave the name "English by playlists". Free and available to everyone. nine0007

    2. Learn words every day!

    I recommend learning 5-10 new words a day. For a beginner, there is no point in learning anymore and most likely it will be too difficult.

    Downloading the Anki program. It's free for PC. I do not recommend using the phone. the price is about a couple of thousand. The program allows you to repeat the vocabulary based on the forgetting curve.

    What is the forgetting curve? %8B%D0%B2%D0%B0%D0%BD%D0%B8%D1%8F

    Choosing a service for learning words on the Internet. There are many, but personally I use Lingualeo. Its free functionality allows you to learn words through several types of training, including translation in different directions and translation for time.

    Personally, I learn words according to the following scheme:

    I take 10 new words. I throw it into the dictionary on Lingualeo. Before teaching, I read the words and try to bind them to the associations in my head. I run the words through all available service trainings three times in a row. I run one more time after 20 minutes, and again after an hour. The next day, I take another 10 words and carry out the same manipulations, but at the last stage I add them to those studied earlier and repeat everything together. Thus, I recommend bringing the list of words to 100 and then simply removing 10 words from the end of the list, replacing them with new 10. We put the words that you have removed into the Anki program for further repetition. As a result, we get a constantly updated list of 100 words that we train every day (and it is better to repeat in addition in the morning). nine0007

    3. Watch movies in English.

    Russian subtitles won't help you! Get it on your nose that the human brain is looking for the easiest way and simply will not perceive Ingish while you are reading Russian subs that are understandable to it.

    Learn more