How to Learn English?

English is our international language and it is need of the time to focus on learning English especially. Learning English is not as tough as is supposed to be. In fact, every language takes time and practice to learn but you feel English difficult because you don’t have environment of English generally.

Communication Skills:
There are four basic skills of communication which matter whatever language we want to learn i.e. Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking. All are equally important but its nature of man that he learns more through listening from his surroundings and using the same words then. These skills will be explained in detail.

Learn Through Listening & Speaking:
Our proficiency depends upon basic communication skills and it is rightly said that out of these basic skills, listening and speaking comprise about 69% of total communication.
Here are some suggestions useful and easy to implement. Just apply these tips in your daily life and see the difference:

1- Overcome Your Hesitation:
The first and foremost thing is to put your hesitation aside. Many of us are those who are well-qualified and have studied English Language throughout 10 to 14 years of their educational period and know the basics of English but feel it difficult to express in English before others. So keep in mind, the most important thing when you speak in English is that you have to feel that you are not hesitant and will express your thoughts freely. You are really not less than others but thinking makes it so. So make your thinking strong.

2- Every Word Should Be Clear:
In the initial stage of your learning, when you speak, your every word should be clear because most of people are nervous, not calm and cool while speaking. So try to utter all the words quite clear that you and your audience can understand it easily.

3- Don’t Repeat Any Word:
In haste, people repeat the words or sentences many times. Remember, it doesn’t leave a good impact upon the audience, rather irritates others.

4- Give Gap or Keep Silent When Feel Difficult:
Instead of repetition of words, when the suitable words are not coming in your mind, give gap, keep silent, think and then speak. Try it; you will really improve your skills.

5- Use Some Habitual Sentence:
In the start, it is very handy that you use some Habitual Sentence most of the time, for example, I mean, you know, I think etc. It is helpful in the sense that your mind can select the word meanwhile.

6- Don’t Be Hasty:
Be confident and relaxed. Speak in calm voice. Nobody is running after you. It takes time in learning any language. It is well-known proverb, “slow but steady wins the race”.

7- Use Short and Simple Sentences:
Try to use short and simple sentences. Don’t be involved in the selection of high vocabulary because it will shake your confidence and will affect your fluency.

8- Record Your Voice & Listen What You Improved:
In the beginning, you have to observe what have you improved with the passage of time. So it is the best way to judge your improvement that you record your voice (in your mobile phone or PC) and listen to it. Every time you listen, you should notice, is there any change in fluency and accent or not?

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