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    Question becoming fluent in Eglish language

    how can i become fluent in English language.I seem to forget my vocabularies,makes me use alot of cliches when conversating.any help will be appreciated.

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    Re: becoming fluent in Eglish language

    Repetition is the mother of skill.

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    thanks maddox.can you please specify how exactly you mean by repeatition


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    that you need to look at those words over and over again, so you know them very well after some time, and you'll never forget those words anymore.

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    Re: becoming fluent in Eglish language

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    how can i become fluent in English language.I seem to forget my vocabularies,makes me use alot of cliches when conversating.any help will be appreciated.

    Thanks
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    You can`t expect to get fluency by asking or simply speaking English. I have been learning and studying English for many, many years, I graduated two colleges [ a faculty and a college] specialized in English language and culture, I have been teaching English for many years now, and still not a professional.
    Learning English or any other foreign language implies a long process. First you need to acquire English basic grammar, vocabulary and sentence structure. I cannot offer you a short or easy answer because fluency requires years of practice. My best English teacher used to say that one could become fluent by living in the language : studying it hard, shopping in it, etc. but this is not always possible.
    My advice :
    a] read as much as possible ; newspaper articles, books, websites.
    b listen to English native speakers, audio tapes or CDs.
    c] try to talk with English natives if possible

    All the best

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    Re: becoming fluent in Eglish language

    hi,
    Solutions:

    1. If you can not succeed by yourself, you have to contact somebody who speaks this language accurately.

    2 You have to study books, first grammar books( beginner, then elementary, intermediate and so on) in order to understand grammar rules such as the use of tenses - present simple, present continuous etc, end then literary books: novels, short stories, poems etc.

    3. Try to find somebody who is in the same situation as you, and together you will succeed easily.

    4. You have to find motivations, reasons: why you want to learn a foreign language( school curriculum, advancement in position, to know the culture of the country whose language you are studing.)?

    5. Advice: In learning a foreing language you will often tend to give up because you may meet difficulties such as the learning of the tenses - English tenses have different forms ( see-saw-seen) or learning question forms may also cause problems because of the word order etc( English uses inversion in building up question forms.

    6 If you have difficulties in learning English language, feel free and ask questions within this forum, and I am sure that somebody will answer you, too.

    I hope it helps,

    best wishes,

    Madox

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