One of the biggest misconceptions I’ve ever come across over the years is the following:
You can’t engage in spoken English self-practice because there’s no-one to correct your mistakes!
I’ve received feedback of such nature from quite a few of my fellow foreign English speakers, and it clearly goes to show that the average foreigner is so afraid of making mistakes and letting them go unnoticed, that they’d rather remain unable to speak fluently!
In today’s video I’ve debunked this myth, and here’s exactly what you’ll find out if you watch the video above:
- Why ANY foreign English speaker is very well capable of spotting their own mistakes;
- Why it’s not important to spot ALL your mistakes when speaking;
- The single most effective method of using Google to correct your English mistakes;
- How you’ll deal with 99% of your mistakes over a longer period of time despite dealing with just a few at any given time!
So, my dear fellow foreign English speaker from YearOfEnglish.com, are you really serious about your ORAL ENGLISH FLUENCY?
Writing, comprehension, reading and listening is all right, but I’m pretty sure that when it comes to SPEAKING in English – that’s when you’re experiencing the biggest challenge, isn’t that right?
Rely upon your own intelligence to spot and correct your own English mistakes! After all – in real life conversations other people won’t correct your speech the whole time anyway ❗
P.S. Would you like to find out why I’m highlighting some of the text in red? Read this article and you’ll learn why it’s so important to learn idiomatic expressions and how it will help you to improve your spoken English!
P.S.S. Are you serious about your spoken English improvement? Check out my English Harmony System HERE!