In this lesson I will give you some English fluency tips and how to speak English fluently. One major tip to learn English is to use fun practice. I will give you some of my English fluency improvement tips and tips to increase fluency in English. The key is NOT to become perfectly fluent in English but to improve you English communication. Many students ask: how to improve and speak English fluently. There is no Perfect way. To improve English speaking skills, You must practice a lot.
Okay, let's go on to question number three. So, I’m going to look at two questions and answer them at the same time.
First is from Stephen hello teacher Sarah my question is; how can a non-native speaker get native fluency? And then from Dawit; I am not perfect with grammar what do you recommend?
So, I’m going to look at these and answer them at the same time. So, here this is about fluency and grammar and fluency right. These things kind of go together. How can I sound more native with my fluency and my grammar?
So, let me give you some advice. Make sure to first focus on communication, not perfection. So, when you're working on your fluency and your grammar, perfection is not going to happen maybe for a long time right. Takes a lot of practice, a lot of time to really speak in the same way that a native speaker would, and this is true for every
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But that's okay, your main focus should be communication.
Does the other person understand the message you are trying to say or convey? Do they understand? If so, you are successfully communicating. Practice and time are the two biggest things that will improve your fluency and grammar. So, make sure you have a practice schedule and stick to it.
There's a saying in English: if you don't use it, you lose it.
So, if you are studying, let's say you're studying vocabulary or grammar or anything like this, and then you just don't have a schedule, or you don't really use it and speak it and practice it you will forget right. I’m sure if you're watching there have been words you have learned and then you didn't use them or you didn't use the grammar and then, “oh what oh I don't remember.”
So, make sure to stick to a schedule, even if it's just five minutes a day or a couple times a week. That's better than nothing. Just be consistent with your practice. It's also important to keep it fun. So, do not give yourself a very heavy schedule. If you don't, if you if you don't like that and if you don't like to study grammar, or you don't like to memorize vocabulary, find a different way.
Watch TV shows.
Listen to podcasts.
Read song lyrics.
If maybe you really like music, try to watch some videos, or listen to some things in English. Make sure to keep it fun. This is going to make practice a lot easier, more interesting. So, this means you're going to improve faster, and it will have a long-term effect because you're enjoying learning.
So, remember fun methods, plus practice, plus time, equals better fluency and grammar.
So, things begin to sound right because you have listened and practiced, and listened and practiced, over time. So, this means that now you can just begin to hear, “oh maybe I said she should done, instead of she should have done. Oh, I hear that that doesn't sound right.”
"What do I need to change.” So, how to become more fluent and have better grammar Practice, time, consistent schedule, and keep