By watching this video lesson, you will learn 15 things that you should saying now if you want to truly speak English fluently.
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Here is a list of 15 things English learners should stop saying:
- “It’s too difficult.”
- Instead, say “I need more time to understand this.”
- “I can’t speak fluently.”
- Instead, say “I’m working on improving my fluency.”
- “I’ll never sound like a native speaker.”
- Instead, embrace your own unique accent and focus on effective communication rather than perfection.
- “I’ll never understand native speakers.”
- Instead, remember that with practice and exposure, your understanding will improve over time.
- “I’ll never be able to write well.”
- Instead, believe in your ability to improve your writing skills through practice and feedback.
- “I don’t have a good memory for vocabulary.”
- Instead, employ various techniques like repetition, mnemonics, and context to enhance your vocabulary retention.
- “I’ll never overcome my accent.”
- Instead, remember that while your accent may persist, focus on clear pronunciation and effective communication rather than eliminating your accent entirely.
- “I can’t understand movies or TV shows in English.”
- Instead, start with subtitles and gradually reduce reliance on them as your listening skills develop.
- “I can’t improve my listening skills.”
- Instead, practice active listening, engage in conversations, and use online resources designed for listening comprehension.
- “I can’t learn English because of my age.”
- Instead, remember that age is not a barrier to learning a new language. It may require different strategies, but progress is possible.
- “I’ll never be able to think in English.”
- Instead, remember that with consistent practice and immersion, you can develop the ability to think in English.
- “I’ll never be able to understand fast speech.”
- Instead, gradually expose yourself to faster speech through listening exercises and authentic materials.
- “I can’t learn English without a teacher.”
- Instead, remember that while a teacher can provide guidance, there are many self-study resources available to support your learning.
- “I can’t learn English because I’m too busy.”
- Instead, find small pockets of time throughout the day for language learning activities, such as listening to podcasts or practicing vocabulary.
- “I’ll never be fluent in English.”
- Instead, believe in your potential and keep working towards fluency, knowing that progress takes time and effort.