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Làm sao để nói tiếng Anh lưu loát – Expert tips for English fluency

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Warm-up:


 

See the tips below:

  1. “Focus on a bit of language that interests you, practice until you know it, and then use it until you own it.”
  2. Let go of self-consciousness; speak as much as you can. We make many mistakes when speaking our L1, but that doesn’t stop us from speaking.”
  3. “Practice builds accuracy. Accuracy builds confidence. Confidence builds fluency.”
  4. The language must matter, be important-real and not an exercise. Interact with messages you genuinely want to hear and understand.”
  5. Engage with English everywhere-music, books, games, signs, t-shirt slogans – make notes & take it back to class, share, & collaborate!”
  6. “Learn like natives and you’ll speak like one.”
  7. “Learning to communicate in a new language is fun when you collaborate with others. Create a network and celebrate your successes.”
  8. Willingness to take a leap into the unknown, geographically, personally, linguistically (experiment, make mistakes). Accuracy’s another story.”
  9. “Know why you want to reach fluency, set a goal, make a plan, and take consistent action every day.”
  10. “Don’t waste your time, hope and money on a classroom course. Prepare properly and do focused speaking practice with friendly non-teachers.”
  11. “A language learner must commit to a realistic study plan that makes use of quality resources and allows for meaningful practice.”
  12. “The #1 thing to achieve fluency is to live language through meaningful and dynamic interactions in a caring, challenging, and interesting environment.”
  13. “Be patient, make many mistakes, speaking every day for fifteen minutes is better than once or twice a week, use your ear and your brain.”
  14. “Fluency requires automaticity which requires familiarity. Practice language you know. Because fluency = confidence to take the next step.”
  15. “Students need to feel safe to make mistakes & realize errors are wonderful learning opportunities and not something to be avoided.”
  16. “Fluency isn’t the same as accuracy. Hesitation, reformulation and non-standard grammar are part of everyday English, so relax – it’s normal!”
  17. “You have to find out what kind of English speaker you are.”
  18. “Smartest starting point is intensive listening on very regular basis, with pictures or video providing some semblance of context or meaning.”
  19. “Fluency is about building reflexes, and reflexes are built by listening to and repeating common collocations and phrases.”
  20. “You need to have a reason to learn that will impact your life.”
  21. “You can’t learn a language unless you start by maximizing your input. Hearing and seeing leads to understanding, then skills building, and finally proficiency.”
  22. “Know what kind of fluency you wish to achieve then take decisive steps to move towards your goal, stay motivated, and enjoy getting in flow.”
  23. “Repetition!”
  24. “Just express yourself! Speak up and say what you feel to make your opinion understood as precisely and easily as possible.”
  25. “Learn some useful sentence starters. Act as if you are fluent, even if you’re not. Use your hands.”
  26. “Read, listen to, talk or write about things you are really interested in, things you love to read, listen to, etc. in your own language.”
  27. “We learn language by communicating with others. Connect on the World Wide Web with other language learners!”
  28. “The only way to develop fluency is to get plenty of compelling comprehensible input. Comprehensible input is the cause: Fluency is the result.”
  29. “Data and determination – Decide to focus on your fluency. Record yourself, count words per minute and track your progress – you’ll improve!”
  30. “Learn though multi-media, multi-sensory, hands-on social fun.”
  31. “Involving yourself with the language at every appropriate opportunity helps build awareness and confidence needed for fluency.”
  32. “What’s #1 to achieve fluency? M-O-T-I-V-A-T-I-O-N-!”
  33. “In my opinion, fluency comes with repetition and listening to speakers of the L2 all the time around you!”

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