To get the most out of your speaking and writing skills you will need to practice. And actually that’s all. Here I would like to show you some websites and share some tips with you on how to improve English speaking and writing skills in a new way.
HOW TO IMPROVE ENGLISH SPEAKING
1. LEARN NEW WORDS
To speak English fluently you need to be able to memorize and later remember the new English words. By clicking on these two articles you will be able to read the latest tips and websites that will help you to quickly learn the new words and to understand how can you become fluent in English.
2. FORGET GRAMMAR
To become fluent, you need to be able to speak without pausing to think of the correct words and sentence construction. That why you shouldn’t concentrate on grammar while speaking.
3. USE PHRASES AND CHUNCKS
Learn phrases instead of trying to speak in sentences. Then adapt them for any situation!
Phrases like get up, run out of, etc will help you to speak English fluently.
4. PRACTICE THE CONVERSATION WITH OTHERS
You can practice with a native English teacher here at MyEnglishTeacher.eu. You can practice with native English speakers using language exchange websites or you can practice with other English language learners on How do you do? website.
HOW TO IMPROVE ENGLISH WRITING SKILLS
1. USE FREE GRAMMAR CHECKER
I use Grammarly Lite, which is a great tool. It will correct you anytime you’ve made a mistake. By using it you will start making less mistakes. It works anywhere on the net, for example on Facebook, Twitter, websites and blogs. Or use other grammar checkers to instantly proofread your writing.
2. UTILIZE USEFUL TOOLS
Check out 2 of our most popular blog posts: 5+1 Websites That Help You to Improve Writing Skills in English and 6 Ways to Improve Your English Writing Skills. Plus 50 Free Resources That Will Improve Your Writing Skills where you will find resources even for professional writers.
3. READ MORE
To Improve your English writing skills you should read more. Start reading blogs and magazines of your interest in English.
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