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Practicing Speaking is one of the most fun and rewarding parts of Learning English. Once you can speak even a little English, there are loads of ways to improve your skills while having lots of fun.
1.- DON´T STUDY GRAMMAR TOO MUCH: This rule may sound strange to many students, but it is one of the most Important rules. If you want to pass examinations, then, study Grammar. However, if You want to be fluent in English, then you should try to learn English without studying grammar.
2.- LEARN AND STUDY PHRASES: Many students learn vocabulary and try to put many words together to create a proper sentence. It amazes me how many words some of my students know, but they can´t create a proper sentence. The reason is because they didn´t study phrases. When children learn a language, they learn both words and phrases together. Likewise, you need to learn and study phrases.
3.-DON´T TRANSLATE: When you want to create a sentence in English, DO NOT translate the words from your mother language. The order of the words is maybe completely different, and you´ll be both slow and incorrect by doing this. Instead, learn phrases and sentences so don´t have to think about the words you´re saying. It should be automatic.
4.-COPY A NATIVE SPEAKER: You can learn a lot from mimicking the way a native speaker Choose someone whose voice you like and find a recording of them speaking. Select a few sentences in the recording and practice saying them yourself exactly how they sound on the recording.
5.-EXERCISE YOUR MOUTH MUSCLES: English probably uses some sounds that you don´t have in your first language. To make this sounds accurately, you need to develop the muscles in your mouth by exercising them.
Try to go downtown with some friends and come across with some foreign people, English Native Speakers to practice Fluency!
- Which of the following recommendations do you consider is the best way to be fluent in English?
Welcome to this activity created by Team Leader in Charge Mr. Juan Guadalupe Vaca Pérez from Satelite Branch. Take note of all the pink words, read the text, watch the video and answer the question in the comment section below.