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Dear Teachers,

As a child we didn't learn our mother tongue by studying the fundamentals first i.e. Words, Sentences, Grammer etc.. In fact we learnt the language by mere listening. And we acheived the spoken capacity remarkably at the age of three and without even knowing grammatical aspects. How it happened?

But as a maturity man now, I could not attain the spoken capacity even after many years of learning English. So I request you to give your valued tips to attain fluency in spoken english.

msn
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When you are a young child a huge part of your brain is 'wired' for lautomatic language aquisition, but unfortunately this facility is greatly reduced by the time you get to school age and you get better at acquiring other types of knowledge instead. This is a survival trait, you are equipped to learn what is most vital at different stages of your develpment.

So it is a lot harder to learn as an adult but using some of the same methods as a child will help you. As well as studying the theory, you need to expose yourself to the language as much as possible by reading books and newspapers, magazines, adverts, packaging, anything you can find in that language. You will find it a huge benefit to listen to the language as well, on the radio, tv , tapes, films, and to practice conversation with others as much as possible. It really is a case of immersing yourself until much of it becomes automatic.

Try to talk to native speakers as well as practising with other learners.

Buy an English language novel and read it out loud several times. This will help you pick up the nuances and rythmn of speech patterns. In fact, practise reading everything you read out loud.
Dear Teacher,

Thank you very much.

MSN.
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senthilvelannDear Teachers,

As a child we didn't learn our mother tongue by studying the fundamentals first i.e. Words, Sentences, Grammer etc.. In fact we learnt the language by mere listening. And we acheived the spoken capacity remarkably at the age of three and without even knowing grammatical aspects. How it happened?

But as a maturity man now, I could not attain the spoken capacity even after many years of learning English. So I request you to give your valued tips to attain fluency in spoken english.

msn
nona the brit Buy an English language novel and read it out loud several times. This will help you pick up the nuances and rythmn of speech patterns. In fact, practise reading everything you read out loud.
Thanks, Nona. It`s a good hint.

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SenthilvelannDear Teachers,
As a child we didn't learn our mother tongue by studying the fundamentals first i.e. Words, Sentences, Grammer etc.. In fact we learnt the language by mere listening. And we acheived the spoken capacity remarkably at the age of three and without even knowing grammatical aspects. How it happened?
But as a maturity man now, I could not attain the spoken capacity even after many years of learning English. So I request you to give your valued tips to attain fluency in spoken english.
I'm having the same problem as you. I find it hard to retain new vocabulary as we get older. It is especially hard when I come to writing an article in English. Just few years back I was really active in writing blog and so forth in English and I could instantly spell out the new words or sentences I picked up from somewhere I'd read. And now it takes me forever to write a blog. Emotion: sad
very very thanku
How can i make the sentneses.I know the verb and write pattern but how can i konw if i write correct.

And needs to improve my communication skills also.Please guide me...
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