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7 Magic Key Tactics to Fluent in English Language Faster

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7 Magic Key Tactics to Fluent in English Language Faster

Learning a new language is a gradual process. It is not guaranteed to have fluency while speaking even after having developed fluency in writing. It takes a considerable amount of practice and utilization to use a language correctly. Despite being a universal language, English is spoken in many forms and on many levels. Some people use it for informal conversations; some people use it just for academic purposes. And to some, it comes naturally.

Following are some key tactics to help you think, dream, and speak in.

1. Read

Think before you speak. Read before you think. Reading is an excellent way to increase your vocabulary as well as learn the usage of expressions. Not everyone likes to spend days finishing a book, and tight schedules barely leave any time to spend on pleasure reading, but it is not hard to develop a habit of reading by starting with things you fancy.

For example, if you like sports, instead of reading short sports updates on your mobile phone, you can read a whole article about it in English newspapers or their digital alternatives.

2. Listen to podcasts and music in English

It is a fact that babies learn to speak by listening. It is impossible to surround yourself with native English speakers, but it is possible to listen to how they converse. Listening to a podcast in a language you want to learn exposes you to more native usage of that language.

Moreover, a podcast exists for almost everything in the world these days, so you can find a subject of your liking and listen to experts talk about it. If podcasts are too time-consuming for you, you can opt for music. This way, you can learn the usage and pronunciation of words and entertain yourself simultaneously.

3. Write a diary

Being able to express your thoughts in a language is a symbol of successful usage of it. Even if you are a beginner, develop a habit of using the words you have learned to write about your day. This method is more useful if you have decided to dedicate a considerable amount of time to attain fluency in English.

4. Speak as much as you can

It is normal to make a few mistakes while speaking when you’re learning a language. But why should that bar you from using it? If you feel uncomfortable speaking in front of people and are unable to find an audience, a great way to practice is to speak in front of a mirror and record your sessions. You can listen to the recordings afterwards and find out the mistakes you make while speaking. It is easier to criticize yourself than have someone else judge you.

If you are professionally trained, you can play these recordings to your trainer so they can understand your areas of problem. The more you use it, the more naturally it will occur to you. Eventually, you will be able to form sentences in English immediately in your mind.

5. Use simple sentences

Trying to use difficult sentences in a conversation seems unnecessary, pressuring, and sometimes even discouraging if you fail to speak the sentence properly. To avoid all of that trouble, it is wise to use smaller sentences that are easily constructed in your mind. Your message will come across more clearly to people than it will if you try to use a long, difficult sentence and get confused.

6. Don’t worry about your accent

Geographically, only a particular population of people in the world is of native speakers. To the rest of the world, English is just a second language. Therefore, you should not be embarrassed or ashamed to speak a second language with an accent.

Trying to imitate the native speakers will only distract you from the message you are trying to convey, and you might get lost in the translation of the sentence. Speaking the language in your native accent will make you more familiar with words and the situations in which they are used.

7. Practice tongue twisters

A tongue-twister is a spoken word game. It is used to improve your pronunciation and your pace if speaking a language. For example, ‘She Sells Sea Shells on a Sea Shore.’ Read this sentence carefully. Now try repeating it five times without stuttering. It is not easy even for native speakers to complete tongue twisters without breaking, so it might take a while for you to master them. However, these games train you well for pronouncing tough sentences.

During your IELTS preparation, you need to indulge in all aspects of the language. School education trains us in studying in English, however having fluency while speaking requires some training. An excellent way to master any language is to surround yourself with it and practice these seven tactics on a regular basis.

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Sakthi
Sakthi
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nice article

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