A few years ago, I tried to search on the internet on how to improve my speaking skill. Most of them did not help, but then I found AJ Hoge on Youtube with his 7 RULE to improve my English Speaking. I practice with that technique, and it helps me a lot. So today, I am going to share these tips so that you can practice and improve your language too.
Most of the students might think that if you want to speak English fluently, you need to learn a lot of words first. That's not the case because if you know a lot of vocabulary and don't know how to put it all together, you can't speak. Next time when you see a new vocab don't just write a single word. Instead, write down the whole sentence so that you will remember the meaning and how it use in a real situation
You don't want to care about grammar too much. In a real situation, if you think about grammar too much, your conversation is not a conversation. People do make mistakes so If you want to say something, just say it no one gonna put you in prison for using wrong grammar.
When it comes to learning, give yourself time. Do not rush, or you will fail. Instead, you have to dive deeper into the meaning or phrase that you have learned. You must practice and use it until it deep into your brain. The key is to "REPEAT" what you have Learned as many times as possible. For example, if you have been listening to a podcast, listen to the first podcast 20-30 times before you go to the next podcast.
You must listen to English Every Single Day and take your time to let this new language flow into your mind. Listen to native speakers speaking, listen to the podcast or movies. You will find yourself improve a lot and understand a lot more if you do this every day.
"Practice makes Perfect"
This method is a powerful way to learn and use English Grammer automatically. It is not fun to remember grammar rules, but it is FUN when you can learn grammar through stories. Listen to the stories, and the best way is to listen to the same story but told at different times so that you can see how different it is in the real situation. It is simple yet powerful. You will learn and use it correctly, naturally, and automatically. Have Fun with it.
The important point is that you learn from the right thing. Listening to native speaking's conversation. Read from a real magazine or watching Movies/TV Show to see how's the actor communicates in that specific situation. You don't want to sound like: "Hi! how are you?" "I'm fine, thank you, and you?" Or something unrealistic in real life. When you learn from something that a native speaker speaks every day, in no time you will sound like one. For example: "What's up, dude? How's it going?"
When you are listening to stories or podcasts that have two ways to communicate. Try to listen and if you understand it, you answer it in your way. This makes you reflect on what a real-life situation would be. Every time you hear a question, you pause and answer it. You learn to answer quickly without thinking so that it can become automatic.