Monday, 5 November 2012
Five best, Effective Spoken English Tips for learners
Spoken English Tips for learners of English Language
Many of the students of the English language who are in the beginning stage of learning (to be able to speak this language) face problems in getting understood even the most common factors related to grammar, vocabulary, accent and neutralization etc. Students or the learners start off their “course study” with all appreciable enthusiasm and energy but their interest slightly slackens when they continue their classes for a week or so. Some of the students before joining the course of English speaking at any of their favorite institute of spoken English or any of the English language schools feel that they will work harder to bring in the most required skills in them which will anyhow assist them in being able to gain success in all walks of their life. But it often happens that the students feel like quitting their course…..
In this post, we are going to present to our readers some of the tips (tips on spoken English, or English speaking tips) which may help them in getting along well during the time of their course study. At times, a learner may feel slightly bored or may feel to quit all at once (but such feelings should not be given any kind of second thought because if you give a second thought to such feelings then definitely you may want to discontinue for some time… at least or quit altogether).
Learners who are seriously passionate about learning English language should always keep themselves confident and realistic that they will have the chance to gain unsurpassed mastery over the language which they are earnestly endeavoring for. Following these simple tips on spoken English or on how to be able to continue your course of spoken English and be able to speak like the way you have always hoped to etc, learners can get to their dream destination easily and much faster.
No worries over mistakes:
If you are beginner and you have low level of English language or have no level at all then you should not worry about making mistakes which normally surfaces when learners try to speak in front of others. Remember, as a learner you can make the mistakes because each and every mistake of yours will get you a chance to improve more and more. You should not stop speaking, fearing that you will make a mistake. It will really be a kind of stupidity if you feel that “I will make a mistake and I should not speak in English language," etc. If you think like it then surely you will not be able to speak any time or to be more precise, never in your life will you be able to speak properly in English language.
Be patient; never ever be in a hurry:
Many of the learners feel that they can learn faster and faster and in a month or so they can gain proficiency in the language. If you are also one of them then please, remember this that it is really not so or can’t even be because language is really a living, growing thing and it will take a lot of time, at least (a couple of months) to come to you…. So, be always patient and do not be in any sort of hurry.
Focus more on common English phrases:
If you would like to learn faster and faster then first begin focusing more on the common English phrases which can be used in daily life. If you learn to be able to speak a few of the common English phrases or idioms which are commonly used by a large number of the native speakers then you can a level of confidence and you will be then able to focus on other complex things related to he language learning. Focus on those phrases which can be put to sue in myriad situations. Focus on learning phrases which re related to how to greet properly or how to ask someone out for dinner or how to be able to speak to your teacher in the classroom etc.
Fluency doesn’t just denote speaking faster:
Fluency in language has no connection with the speed. If someone is able to speak in English faster then it doesn’t mean that that person is good at English. No, here, speaking faster doesn’t imply fluency. If you are able to speak slowly and distinctly then it is really enough. Talk slowly and do not talk faster. Talk carefully and much more clearly. Never ever rush through your words or your sentences.
As a beginner, you need to focus more on making smaller but meaningful sentences. Always try to focus more on making use of the simple sentences. Do not make use of the complex phrases or the sentences. If you try to make complex sentences without knowing such about the rules of the construction of such sentences or pertaining to grammar then definitely you will become a figure of fun for others. So, why to give others a chance to laugh at your own dearest English language? If you, as a beginner, focus only on simple sentences which are shorter, crispier and easy-to-understand for your listener then it will just be more than an achievement for you…..