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283rd How to Speak Fluent English? (DANTE)

 

HELLO EVERYONE!, this is teacher Dante from CNN International Language School.

Today’s topic is very important; many people asked how to become fluent in English?

 

Topic: How to Speak Fluent English?

 

Here are my 10 tips for speaking fluent English

But today I’m going to discuss only three (3) out of my ten tips.

 

First:

“Understand that there is no “magic bullet”

That means there is no secret and super effective way to guarantee fluency very fast.

 

In English course there should be a balance in all areas of language

such as; reading, listening, vocabulary, grammar, speaking, and writing.

If any of these elements are missing, then you will find difficult to speak English.

 

As we all knew everyone has different learning styles, some are good in memorization

and the rest are not. There are students can easily pick up English from informal

conversation, other students prefer a more organized and structured method.

Learning English is a long term process. If anyone says they have “the secret” to

instant fluency don’t believe them.

 

Second:

Use English in your daily life as much as possible.

 

It is more important to have frequent contact with English than to have hours and hours

of study. Using English for 10 minutes a day, every day, is better than studying or 1 hour

only one week.

Even if you don’t live in an English-speaking country, there are still many ways to do this!

 

Here are just a few suggestions for making English part of your daily life:

*Listen to English as you drive to work.

*Read the new

*S online in English instead of in your native language.

*Practice thinking in English while you are doing homework or exercise.

*Read articles. Listen to broadcasts, and watch videos in English about topics you enjoy

(this is important! You will make much more progress if you are having fun during the process.)

 

Third:Balance the areas of language learning.

*Reading

*Writing

*Speaking

*Listening

*Grammar

*Vocabulary.

Many students make the error of focusing too much on one or two areas, and they end up being weak

in the other areas. One tip is to dedicate one day per week to studying and practicing each area.

 

Thank you for listening, once this is teacher until next time.