4 key skills when you learn a language

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For English speaking students, to help you learn and practice the ability to speak English. Speaking is the second of the four language skills: Listening , speaking, Reading, Writing.

Speaking - the language

In learning a language, there are four skills that we need for full disclosure. If we learn our mother tongue, we usually learn first Listen, Speak and Read, and finally to Write. They are called the four "language skills":
As you can see, the floor is the second language and probably one that most language learners would improve in a timely manner.

The four language skills are linked in two ways:
• The direction of communication (internal or external)
• The means of communication (oral or written)

Access is sometimes called "Reception" and output is called the "Production". Voice is also known as "oral."

Importance of oral language skills
Speaking to yourself can be "dangerous" because men in white coats may come and go! That's why you should do everything possible to find someone to talk to.
There are 4 key skills when you learn a language:
1. Listens
2. Talking
3. Reading
4. Writing

Which of them is the "Odd-one-out"? Which of them is different from the other three? The answer is speaking. The other three you can only do, all alone, without anyone else. You can only listen to the radio. You can read a book. You can use a single letter. But you can not really speak alone! . Where to find people who speak English with you? And how can you practice the language when you're alone?

Go to School

If you go to a school, you have the opportunity to talk to your teachers and fellow students. When you get home, you can always practice listening, reading and writing, but you probably can not practice the language. If your teacher asks you a question, the opportunity to respond. Try to say. If your teacher asks you speakin couples or groups with other students, try as much as possible to say. Do not worry about your mistakes. Just talk!

Conversation Clubs

Many cities around the world have a conversation clubs where people can exchange one language to another. Check your local newspaper to call a club near you. They are usually free, although some have a small fee.

Visit Shopping Mall

If you live in an English speaking country, you have the great opportunity. Practice speaking to local people, such as vendors or taxi drivers. Even if you do not "want to buy something, you can ask questions about products that interest you in a store." What? "" Can I pay with a check? "" What do you recommend? "Often you can start a real conversation - and it costs you nothing!
Listen Songs and Watching videos

Listen to the text of a song in English that you like. Then repeat youeself and try to sing with the music. Repeat the world as often as possible until they become automatic. Soon you'll sing the whole song. Or buy one of your favorite actors on video and repeat a sentence or two that you like. Until its automatic. It is a good exercise for your mind and mouth muscles that you need for English.

Not be afraid to talk. You should try to speak, even if you make mistakes. You can not learn without mistakes. There is a saying: ". The person who never made a mistake has never done anything" So think of your mistake as something positive and useful.

Talk as much as possible! Make as many mistakes as possible! If you know you made a mistake, you know your progress.

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