1.Read any English language newspaper aloud and slowly.
Go as slowly as possible in order to understand the meaning of what you are reading, including nuances. While the structure of English is fairly simple in comparison to many other languages, its idioms make it a more difficult language to adequately master.
2.Find some children's books.
Those containing many parables, fables, short stories, and legends are good because they are easy to read and carry interesting messages as well. Reading such stories will give you a better understanding of the words, and you will improve your vocabulary through reading. Children's books with illustrations, such as illustrated dictionaries, are an excellent resource for those learning English as a second language.
3.Prepare your own dictionary of words.
Go through this dictionary once a week so that you recall the meanings of these words and they permanently stick in your memory. Every time you go through this dictionary, visualize the meaning of those words. For example, for the word "hallucination," try to imagine what the word actually means - you might try to picture someone having a nightmarish dream while awake perhaps. This visualization method will make you understand the subtle differences between similar words such as "consent" and "permission," while also accepting that English has such a rich vocabulary that often you simply need to learn as many new words as possible that all carry similar or identical meanings!
4.Construct your own sentences using the words that you have noted in your dictionary.
Use those words in your daily conversation with your friends and in your written communications. This will sensitize you to the new words.
5.Read aloud as often as you can.
If you are shy of others, you will be only a victim. Therefore, you should never hesitate to take the initiative and engage people in conversation. Reading aloud will help provide you with the extra confidence that you can speak the words clearly and in the right context.
1. How can I speak English like a non-native speaker?
Watch films with non-native English speech and practice speaking with the same accent and syntax. Practice in front of a mirror and with friends. Eventually you can practice out in public as well.
2.How do I develop English speaking skills?
By reading books, watching English news, reading newspaper, and communicating with others in English.
3.How do I become better at English?
All you need is practice. Read English novels and books, and note down the words you find difficult. Study their meanings and pronunciation. Watch English shows and movies. Try to communicate with as many English people as possible.
4.How do I become confident in speaking English?
To be confident, you need to practice speaking English daily. You can talk with yourself or your friends.
5.How should I concentrate to study?
Don't watch television and stay off of other distractions while studying. Its best to study in a quiet place.
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