English language is one of the success keys either to pursue your study or career.But how if english is not your first language and you still have so many difficulties learning English?
Here are some tips for you to be fluent in English both speaking and writing:
- Be confidence
No matter what your english level is, the most important thing when you speak english is confidence. Try to smile and manage your breath. Don’t think too much that you will make mistakes in every sentence you say. Just let the conversation flow and if you stucked because you don’t know what to say, take a deep breath and you feel your confidence returning.
2. Making Mistakes is Normal.
Don’t lose your confidence if the conversation doesn’t go well because you made a mistake. Remember from the mistake you made will lead you to become better. Learn more and give yourself a try everyday.
3. Listen to Learn
When listening to English radio, news or song, pay close attention to what you hear. If you watch English movies, try to watch it with english subtitles. Keep a notebook to write down new phrases, and look up or ask your teacher about any that you don’t understand. If you are speaking to a native speaker, don’t be afraid to ask them to explain any idioms or expressions that you don’t understand. Learning from the real world will make your English more relevant and natural than learning from a textbook.
4. Develop New Vocabulary Using Flashcard
Memorize vocabularies and don’t forget to memorize it with examples too by using flashcards. Make the example as memorable as possible by using a funny story or something related to your life. Do it constantly everyday. Repeat your flashcards if you still made a mistake.
5. ind Someone Who Can Support Your Learning
The secret of learning language is using the language everyday, because if you don’t use the language, you will forget it quickly. Find a partner who can support your learning and try to speak with them everyday either through chat or speak directly.
Becoming fluent in English might like a frightening task. However, like any journey, the most difficult part is often taking the first step. It’s better to try than never.
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