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    Default "Speaking skills"

    Improving "language proficiency" is always talked about. The way of fluency and accuracy in one's speaking is also important.

    As I understood, writing and reading may help one at first if they feel like speaking. He/she learns and then uses new words and expressions through the both skills above. Reading may increase the number of new vocabularies, phrases and so on. then they will be used properly in writing. Those learned expressions would be produced by speaking in real situations.

    Standing in front of the "mirror" and speaking by oneself may improve one's speaking skill too.

    Would you please add more examples to move forward speaking skill by itself?
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    Default Re: "Speaking skill"

    Do you mean ways of practising alone?

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    Default Re: "Speaking skill"

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    Do you mean ways of practising alone?
    Hi,
    Yes, exactly.

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    Lightbulb Re: "Speaking skill"

    Listening to English speaking Radio and TV Channels and movies are very helpful. If you don't have enough free times to focus on them, just do your normal works and let them be on. You'll get the lessons in your unconcious memory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Body Language View Post
    Listening to English speaking Radio and TV Channels and movies are very helpful. If you don't have enough free times to focus on them, just do your normal works and let them be on. You'll get the lessons in your unconcious memory.
    Yes, writing down whatever we hear from T.V channels and, especially radio can be very useful.

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    Default Re: "Speaking skill"

    Imagine interviewing yourself- gives you two sides of a conversation.

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    Default Re: "Speaking skill"

    You can also find the Pimsleur English for your region. It's the best oral program out there -- that can be mentioned here.
    Last edited by konungursvia; 16-May-2010 at 14:43. Reason: That was a wee bit of a naughty joke. You can mention any language programs on the site, I believe.

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    Default Re: "Speaking skill"

    Quote Originally Posted by konungursvia View Post
    You can also find the Pimsleur English for your region. It's the best oral program out there -- that can be mentioned here.
    Interesting! I will search about Pimsleur and write here soon.

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    Default Re: "Speaking skill"

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    Imagine interviewing yourself- gives you two sides of a conversation.
    Exactly, I had practiced like that and it was useful.

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    Default Re: "Speaking skill"

    as an English learner I use everything to improve my language
    And I find listen to English conversation is best way ever ..along with learning phrases instead of individual words ..
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