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Hello guys from YearOfEnglish.com and also anybody else having dropped by my blog ❗

In today’s video I’m touching upon the subject of vocabulary building, and needless to say it’s all within the context of spoken English self-practice.

Why?

Simple enough – if you’re serious about your ability to SPEAK, you have to speak, and speaking with yourself is by far the best tool available to ANY foreign English speaker ANYWHERE on this planet!

Speaking of vocabulary building, here’s a synopsis of the video above:

The video above, however, contains more info that just that, so please make sure to watch it if you’ve got 10 spare minutes – you’ll thank yourself for it later on! 😉

Thanks for tuning in,

Robby

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  • Hi Winnie Lover,

    It’s sad, but it’s reality you have to face and you have to take action in order to better your spoken English fluency.

    First of all, it’s only natural to be able to understand more than we can say – I’m pretty sure you’d find it even with your native language on certain occasions.

    Secondly – don’t try to sound super-smart and use words you’re only half-sure of just because you have them floating in your mind. You have to use PLAIN language and you have to convince yourself there’s nothing wrong with that.

    Thirdly – you have to engage in regular spoken English practice; even a time period as short as a month would make a world of difference if you do it a few times a day!

    Relevant articles for you to refer to:

    http://englishharmony.com/spoken-english-practice/

    http://englishharmony.com/vocabulary-problem/

    http://englishharmony.com/speaking-in-short-sentences/

    Regards,

    Robby

  • Winnie Lover

    Thank you Robby.

    I’m currently a graduate student in U.S.A. I can understand almost everything I read and hear, but when it comes to speaking.. I have many ideas and words in my minds but I can’t express myself properly.. So sad

  • Thanks Ricardo for the positive feedback, I’m glad you find my blog useful!!!

  • Thank you for your blog …It`s helping me a lot !!!