Many English learners want to improve Spoken English online but are not sure how to do so. If you have a vocabulary of around 300 words and know basic grammar rules, it is definitely possible to improve Spoken English online. This blog posts explains some ways you can accelerate your learning process.
Subscribe to an online dictionary and set an alert to learn 1 new word or expression a day. One of the best ways to become familiar with vocabulary building is knowing how they’re pronounced and used grammatically and online dictionaries are great for this.
Websites such as Merriam-Webster or Dictionary.com are good starters, and also allow you to “listen” to how the word is pronounced. Not only is it easy to navigate, but they also provide a word’s roots, synonyms, antonyms, and pronunciation guide to hear it.
If you want to improve Spoken English online, you must spend a lot of time familiarizing with sentence structures. You must train your brain to think in English and one good way to do this is to spend a lot of time reading articles in English online.
Reading online offers the opportunity to spend time poring over some of the intricacies that are lost in the speed of conversation. Read everything you can from song lyrics to recipes to customer reviews to tech articles.
Additionally, keep an online journal or notebook to force yourself to perfect your sentence structure and grammar while expanding your vocabulary. Write down (or save) some sentences you found interesting and different. Review these from time to time. This process, over time, will train your brain to think in English.
The fastest way to improve Spoken English online is practicing with native English speakers. There are a lot of ways you can do this such as Skype or Facebook chat.
Being surrounded by native English speakers is probably the best ways getting accustomed to learning the English language. As infants and children, we pick words from the people around us such as our parents and siblings. And, as time progresses, we string words together into coherent sentences based off what we’ve heard. This same principle is true when it comes to learning to speak English as an adult.