I don't speak English well. Can you help me learn?


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Lynn Blakeman Profile
Lynn Blakeman answered

The best way to learn English is to make friends with English people and talk to them often. There is really no substitute to natural conversations - although attending an English course will give you a foundation in English grammar and syntax.

Making friends and conversing with English-speakers

Skype is a great way to do this, you could start by typing your messages if you feel more comfortable with written English, and then progress to a call once you are more confident.

You need to make sure that your new friend is willing to help, and will correct you when you make a mistake. Also, if you talk with them, ask them to speak slowly so that you can understand the words and pronunciation.

You can learn English online too. There will be lots of websites that will be helpful but I would advise against ones that ask you to pay, you should find all that you need for free.

A good place to start is http://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/en/ hopefully that will help you get more of a feel for the language.

Addison Folks Profile
Addison Folks answered

The most ideal approach to rapidly enhance your English is to spend no less than a couple of minutes rehearsing each day. Drench yourself however much as could be expected each time you study, and test yourself to tune in to, peruse, and even say things in English that you think may be excessively troublesome for you. In the event that you need Essay Writing Service UK to communicate in English smoothly, you have to make it a basic piece of your regular daily existence.

Elizabeth David Profile
Elizabeth David answered

The best way to quickly improve your English is
to spend no less than a few minutes each day rehearsing. However, each time you study and write my paper cheap, you will immerse yourself in your imagination and test yourself to listen, read, and even speak English that you think may be too much trouble for you.

Ronald McDonald Profile
Ronald McDonald answered

  1. I have a list of things you can try
  2. Sing your heart out! Show the world your beautiful voice! Learn English songs and sing along with them to improve fluency and intonation… anyone for Karaoke?
  3. Get a penfriend or use chat-rooms, forums and community sites. If you can’t speak to someone in English, this is the next best thing.
  4. Shadow English CDs. Listen to a few sentences then repeat what you heard. Focus on the rhythm and intonation.
  5. Have English radio on in your house. Even if you are not actively listening to it, you will still be training your ears.
  6. Mirror CDs. Read out loud along with a CD. Again, this is great for intonation, pronunciation and rhythm.
  7. Dictation. Listen to a CD or friend and write down what you hear.
  8. Nobody likes to hear their own voice, but be brave and try it! Record your voice and listen to your pronunciation and intonation. It will help you to identify your problem areas.
  9. Ask your helpful teacher if you can record his lesson. This is a great way to review. You can also listen to your teachers speaking speed and intonation.
  10. Use an English/English dictionary as it will help you to keep thinking in English and not translating.
  11. Speak to the guys at Double glazing Glasgow academy. They have free tutors.

Taila Nevado Profile
Taila Nevado answered

Hi, I can give you some suggestions about how to speak
English fluently. You have to read aloud daily. You can look for online books
or articles. You should also watch videos in which people talk mainly in
English. As the saying goes, “Practice makes perfect”, so keep repeating these
activities and they will surely help you.

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