Speaking is not equal to learning
1. You don"t need to study grammar too much.
The first suggestion may sound strange to many students who begin to learn English, but
it is exactly important. 36 However, if you want to speak fluently, you should try to
speak English without thinking too much of grammar. Studying grammar will only slow you
down and make you hesitate. You will think about the grammar rules instead of naturally
saying a sentence like a native.
2. You can"t translate every word.
When you try to speak English, you do not need to translate every word from your
mother tongue. 37 Another problem you may meet is that you will misuse grammar rules
that you have learned in your mother language.
The reason why many people can learn well is that they often practise. But in order to
speak English fluently, you need to practise speaking. When you study, don"t just listen.
Speak out loud the material you are listening to and practise what you hear. Practise speaking
out loud until your mouth and brain can do it without any effort. 39
4. You should study correct material.
A phrase you often hear is, "Practice makes perfect." This is not completely true.
Practice only makes what you are practising permanent. If you practise the incorrect sentence,
you will have perfected saying the sentence incorrectly.40
A. You should try to speak fluently.
B. You need to practise speaking what you hear.
C. By doing so, you will be able to speak English fluently.
D. If you want to pass examinations, you should study grammar well.
E. If you listen more, you can speak correctly and fluently sooner or later.
F. Therefore, it is important that you study material that is commonly used by mostpeople.
G. The order of words is probably completely different and you may be both slow and incorrect by doing this.
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