A question that comes up often is what exactly is a session at Spoken English Practice like? And how is it unique from a lot of other online English Speaking courses? The simplest way to answer to that question is we do not try to teach English. Instead we give students the opportunity to practice Conversational English online with native English speakers. All our sessions are 1 on 1 conversations between students and native English speakers. You will both login to Skype, and then just start talking. The native English speakers’ role is to ask a lot of questions and get the student to speak as much as possible. The native English speaker will not interrupt the student every time they make a mistake, so the flow of the conversation will not be broken. In other words, you practice 100% Conversational English online and not boring grammar theory.
Conversation topics can vary from a recent global event to music from pets to politics. You pick any topic you prefer and have a real conversation. It is that simple. The experience you will get through this approach is identical to what you would experience if you lived in an English speaking country and had conversations with native English speakers. Our Conversational English online approach is very close to real world English that is spoken by native speakers in the US or UK.
– What are your goals in life?
– What are your hobbies?
– How is the culture in your country different from the US?
– What countries would you like to travel to?
– Is talent something you are born with? Or can you develop talent by practice?
– Are celebrities paid too much money?
– Do children today get a chance to truly enjoy their childhood?
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If you think about it, this is the same approach you used to learn your first language. You did not learn grammar or study sentence formation patterns. You just started speaking. The correct sentence structures just followed once you got an intuitive feel of what is accurate. And they you build on it by learning new words and using them in your speech.
Improving conversational English (or oral English) is not rocket science. You just have to be smart and logical about it.