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Just a Handful of English Phrases Will Enable You to Speak so Much More Fluently!



This short article is a hard proof that English phrases really help structuring our speech!

Here’s the thing guys – when it comes to your ability to speak fluently, you may want to focus on building your phraseology (phrases) instead of vocabulary (individual words)!

Don’t get me wrongit’s not that I’m having something against vocabulary as such, it’s just that phraseology acquisition is way more effective!

It mightn’t have crossed your mind before, but at the end of the day we all use pretty much the same English expressions and phrases all the time!

It’s only when you analyze English around you that you realize that such and similar phrases make up a large part of people’s daily conversations.

Having said this, I don’t deny the importance of specific vocabulary – nothing could be further from the truth! If you don’t know how this or that particular thing or abstract concept is called, it’s kind of hard to get your message across to your chat partner because you simply wouldn’t be able to describe simple concepts in the first place.

Sometimes you would even run the risk of sending the wrong message to the other person, and that’s when successful communication gets slightly problematic, to say the least.

When your basic vocabulary is decent, however, you can drastically improve your English fluency within a matter of weeks by learning common English phrases in order to get your speech going, you know what I mean?

Even if you only learn phrases from this short article by clicking on the links, watching the respective videos, and then doing some self-practice, your spoken English will be much better down the line, there’s no doubt about that!

Chat soon,

Robby 😉

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  • Create associations between those phrases and real life situations so that not only your mouth but your entire being “remembers” the phrase. Use hand gestures and try to imagine yourself in certain situations to facilitate the memorization process.

  • Mamlly

    Hey Robby, would like to tell me, what is the best way to memorize new phases?I am repeating myself, and i am trying to use them immediately in sentences, but after that, i am forgetting them.Especially when i go for a walk, i am trying to speak English with myself, quality, and i can’t remember any phases that i just read it.

  • Daisy

    it was a quick review Thank you 🙂

  • Thanks Francisco, and of course you’re right about the phrase “having said that”. I did check it out, but it’s just that I have the video recorded on “having said this” and I’m really unwilling to re-do it! 😉 Of course I’d take it out if it’d be a totally invalid phrase, but it’s not the case with this one.

  • Francisco Javier

    I think you’ve put your message across nicely.

    PS: The phrase “having said that” is more common than “having said this”. Check it out.