12 Activities to Help You Learn/Practice Spoken English Well Beyond the Class Lessons


LEARN ENGLISH:

IF YOU WANT TO LEARN/PRACTICE MORE ABOUT SPOKEN ENGLISH BEYOND THE CLASS LESSONS, DO THESE 12 THINGS FOR 3, 6, 12 months, or full-time:
(1) Listen to English music.
(2) Listen to English radio.
(3) Watch English (not translated) films/movies.
(4) Watch English TV news, documentaries and other programs.
(5) Mix English in your conversation (for some people).
(6) Speak fluent English if you find people to talk to or other circumstances to do so.
(7) Record yourself on the phone, listen later to see if it is correct or wrong. Or send your recorded voice to a professional for correction.
(8) Find a person, people or 'Group' to chat with in English via Short Messaging Service (SMS) or on social networks.
(9) Answer various grammar questions on Social Media Networks or Groups that ask English questions.
(10) Read English news, articles, and stories in newspapers and magazines.
(11) Write everything in English, for example: - Written notes, shopping lists, letters, comments, opinions, diary entries, reviews, reports, minutes, notes.
(12) Attend English conferences/debates or go to English 'Interviews'.

These activities are important especially to those English Language learners who are not the native speakers of English Language. By making these your daily habits or practices, you will make sure that you practically apply the skills you have learnt in the class. You will also experience the real situations where English Language is used.

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