Tips and Tricks for English Spoken Practice
Many people struggle to speak English. To speak in English to anybody, we need some result-driven tips and tricks for English spoken practice. Any tips and tricks can make a difficult task simple. We have shared the following information and tricks from a vast experience of teaching the English language.
Let’s know what you will have by this article contextually.
The wrong thoughts & our Tips
The barriers & our Tips
The dependency on Rules & our Tricks
The Impact of translation
The miss conception of word stocks.
The wrong thoughts:
The general learners think that they need a partner to practice.
So, they start looking for a speaking partner. The most common thing is they don’t feel comfortable practicing English with their family members.
They feel shy to start practicing with their known people. And so, they hide it and don’t let others know about it.
They have a fear of making mistakes. Any mistake while practicing English can be underestimated. It devalues their personality.
Many learners think they need to learn lots of vocabulary, grammar rules, all tenses, verb forms, and so on to speak in English.
How to overcome these thoughts:
Make yourself your partner. It means you will talk with yourself first. E.g., you can act both questioner and replier. After doing English spoken practice for a couple of days, you will feel more comfortable than before.
To remove your shyness, you better choose one of your close friends to get helped by exchanging your initial sentences.
We should remember that mistakes part of any learning. A mistake is a mistake until we correct it. Now the question is how you can learn without error. So, no matter how many mistakes you make, focus on speaking English. Time will lead you to perfection.
For speaking any language, words, grammar rules, all tenses, verb forms are mandatory things. But the way of learning these terms is different in the said module. Let’s know why these are different for spoken English. To understand the fact, let’s go back to the time we started speaking our mother tongue. We didn’t learn any words, grammar rules, tense of our mother tongue deliberately. So, the way of learning any language is implicit. No matter what the language is, we need to build the language skill in the same way. For speaking English, we don’t need to learn it deliberately. Just start uttering English sentences.
The barriers & our Tips:
Lack of congenital condition?
The beginning is always harder. It’s hard to have a congenital condition for practicing English. People may laugh at you for the change you are bringing in. What to do? Start speaking with yourself in your room when you are alone so that nobody can disturb you. Helping yourself is the best help ever. Never quit speaking.
The dependency on Rules & our Tricks:
The dependency on grammar rules leads you to difficulty while learning a particular language. Nobody speaks his/her language maintaining grammatical rules. Do you? The answer is ‘NO.’ The grammar rules are valueless for the said module. For English spoken practice, grammatical rules hinder your speed and fluency. Just start speaking English, the grammar will follow you.
The Impact of translation:
The Impact of translation on the spoken module is severe. The translating habit hinders speaking any language. The translation needs to understand the meaning of a spoken language, not to talk that language. When someone talks in a foreign language like English, the listener/ listeners need to understand the speaker’s thoughts. They don’t understand inner meaning by translating into their mother language. They know it English to English, not English to another language.
The miss conception of word stocks:
Many learners say that they have a shortage of words which has become a common phenomenon for beginners. All want to learn or memorize new vocabulary. But they don’t use it in daily conversation. Learning or memorizing a word is not enough. These words need to be uttered frequently to settle permanently. So, no matter how many words you know, ensure the maximum use of it in conversation. By using it several times, words will be your servant.
In a nutshell:
Speaking a language is like a flying bird. We can’t confine its flying space and limit. Learning lots of grammar rules, tenses, words means that we contain a language to an invisible cage.
The more you speak in English, the more you feel comfortable uttering English sentences. The fear of mistakes will disappear soon.