#338: Why You Can Understand English, but Can’t Speak it — What You Need to Know to Unlock Your Speaking Skills
Do you understand English but can’t speak it fluently? You are not alone. Understanding a language involves the ability to comprehend words, phrases, and sentences when they are spoken or written. Speaking, on the other hand, requires not only comprehension but also the ability to form sentences, use grammar and vocabulary correctly, and pronounce words accurately. In today’s episode, we discuss ONE possible reason for this problem and what you can do about it.
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Real life English is very useful in day today life
We are happy to hear that, Suneetha!
Thanks for this another wonderful podcast, well to come to the point the other practical exercises I am following to improvise myself is that these days in my job I myself taking initiatives to present some topics related to my job in that way I am not only educating my fellow colleagues and earning their appreciation but it also helping me to refresh my memory on those topics and boost my confidence as a english presenter. So in a way killing two birds with one stone.
You are doing such a great job, Vishnu! Coming out of your comfort zone pays off!