HOW TO SPEAK ENGLISH FLUENTLY | 2 Simple Steps

In today’s lesson, you will learn the simple formula that will help you speak English fluently. This formula will help you sound more like a native English speaker.

 

PART 1 | Give 3 Reasons To Support your Answer

  • Each reason should be strong enough to support your opinion or idea
  • After each reason, remember to add a bit more detail about the reason. This will help the listener understand you even more, which will lead to them feeling that you are more fluent in English. →
    • This is because English fluency is all about organizing your thoughts and being able to clearly explain your position and ideas.
  • Example: “Why do you think people like to travel to different places in their free time?”
    • Reason 1: To experience and learn about new cultures
    • Reason 2: People are looking for a change of scenery
    • Reason 3: People want to explore new places
    • Full Answer [Part 1] : “In my opinion, there are three reasons why people like to travel to different places in their free time. The first reason is to experience and learn about new cultures. When people travel, they can learn a lot about the food in other countries. They can also learn new things about the clothing of different countries. The second reason is that people are looking for a change of scenery. Many times, people get tired of city life and want to take a break. In addition, many people want to see more nature. Finally, the third reason is that people want to explore new places. Some people are very adventurous, so they want to see and experience new places. This also means that they like exciting things. These are the three reasons why I think people like to travel to different places in their free time.”
    • Introduction Statement Purpose: To let the person listening know that your response is organized and directly connected to their question or the topic.
    • Summary Statement Purpose: To remind the person listening very quickly of your three reasons again. The more they remember from your response, the more fluent you will seem.

PART 2 | Tell A Story

  • Telling a story that connects to the topic or the question, helps your listener to connect with you. They will start to visualize your response and your situation. This will make them feel like you are more fluent in English.
  • There are 6 parts to every good story in English:
    1. Basic Story → Think about a simple story that is related to the topic or the question
    2. Background → The story details that help the listener understand the story better. This includes things like the setting, snippets of a character’s backstory, historical information on the character, a place, or something else like a clue. (This is similar to what happens in movies. For example: “Hitch” A smooth dating expert named tries to teach an awkward man how to get women)
    3. Characters/People Involved → Think about the individuals in the story
    4. Climax → Think about the most important/interesting part of the story
    5. Conclusion → Think about the end of the story or the solution to the problem
    6. Lessons Learned / Thoughts after → Think about what you learned from the story or what thoughts popped up after the story
  • Example: “Why do you think people like to travel to different places in their free time?”
    • Basic story // Hiking trip in South Korea
    • Background // Vacation trip with 5 of my friends
    • Characters/People involved // 5 of my friends
    • Climax // Hiked one of the highest mountains in South Korea
    • Conclusion // Beautiful mountains in South Korea and amazing view
    • Lesson learned/Thoughts after // South Korea is a beautiful country
    • Full Answer [Part 2] : “Personally, I also enjoy traveling to different places in my free time. I remember my first major hiking trip in South Korea. Five of my friends and I decided to go on a vacation trip together. We wanted to go camping and hiking. So, we rented a van and went to one of South Korea’s highest mountains. The mountain was beautiful. We spent one entire day hiking the mountain and it took us a total of seven hours. At the highest point, there were about 700 stairs to climb because it was too steep to climb without them. The views at the top of the mountain were amazing. After this trip, my friends and I all agreed that South Korea is truly a beautiful country.”

PART 1 & PART 2 | Advanced Level Response

“In my opinion, there are three reasons why people like to travel to different places in their free time. The first reason is to experience and learn about new cultures. When people travel, they can learn a lot about the food in other countries. They can also learn new things about the clothing of different countries. The second reason is that people are looking for a change of scenery. Many times, people get tired of city life and want to take a break. In addition, many people want to see more nature. Finally, the third reason is that people want to explore new places. Some people are very adventurous, so they want to see and experience new places. This also means that they like exciting things. These are the three reasons why I think people like to travel to different places in their free time. Personally, I also enjoy traveling to different places in my free time. I remember my first major hiking trip in South Korea. Five of my friends and I decided to go on a vacation trip together. We wanted to go camping and hiking. So, we rented a van and went to one of South Korea’s highest mountains. The mountain was beautiful. We spent one entire day hiking the mountain and it took us a total of seven hours. At the highest point, there were about 700 stairs to climb because it was too steep to climb without them. The views at the top of the mountain were amazing. After this trip, my friends and I all agreed that South Korea is truly a beautiful country.”

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