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Joselyn's picture
I learn : English (Intermediate)
5

I Need practice my english

edhutchins88's picture
I learn : Chinese (Beginner) French (Beginner) German (Beginner) Portuguese (Beginner) Spanish (Beginner) Arabic (Beginner)
11805

Hello Joselyn,

Welcome to Lingora! It is a great place for you to practice your English, as native English speakers like me really enjoy helping learners to improve their speaking and writing skills.

If you want to be in with a chance of winning our competition, please tell us more about the best way for you to become confident / good at the languages you learn.

Let me know if you have any questions.

Dima's picture
Dima :
I learn : English (Beginner)
5

I want to improve my English language...iwant to enhance my vocabulary which I need it in writing and speaking

Kurdistan's picture
I learn : English (Beginner)
5

I want learning english because I need in my work 

kemenco's picture
I learn : English (Intermediate)
25

Hello, I am learning english, I would like to improve my speak and learn more vocabulary. The better way to improve is speaking with native speaker because this interaction help me to know if they understand me when I speak and also to know if I can understand.

Siraj S's picture
I learn :
5

I want to talk with English native speakers

zubair's picture
zubair :
I learn : English (Beginner)
55

i want learn speaking english in my job

zubair's picture
zubair :
I learn : English (Beginner)
55

A; good starting for me

zubair's picture
zubair :
I learn : English (Beginner)
55

how i learn english 

zubair's picture
zubair :
I learn : English (Beginner)
55

today i am very sad

zubair's picture
zubair :
I learn : English (Beginner)
55

it is my lunch time 

Sebastião Miranda Neto's picture
I learn : English (Intermediate)
65

B

Yesenia's picture
I learn : English (Intermediate)
5

I want to improve my pronunciation and get more vocabulary

edhutchins88's picture
I learn : Chinese (Beginner) French (Beginner) German (Beginner) Portuguese (Beginner) Spanish (Beginner) Arabic (Beginner)
11805

Hi Yessina,

Welcome to Lingora!

What do you think is the best way for you to improve your pronunciation an acquire more vocabulary in English? For example, when I learn Spanish I think the best way for me to improve my pronunciation is for me to listen to short audio and video clips of native Spanish speakers and then try to imitate them.

When it comes to learning as many new words and phrases as possible, I find that reading challenging news articles on websites like https://www.elmundo.es/ each day and then making a document containing these words and phrases (which I review regularly) works well for me. What about you?

Oluchukwu's picture
I learn : English (Beginner)
5

I'm here to learn English language, I want to be fluent both in speaking and writing.

Bluesky's picture
I learn : English (Intermediate)
70

I need to speak with native speakers because I like that I can learn a lot of vocabulary and expressions.

I thought when I write to any of the contacts in Lingora, I would speak with you online at the same time. But I appreciate the feedback Ligora gives me when I write because that helps me to improve my writings. Thank you so much.

MarynKa's picture
I learn : English (Advanced)
5

Hello everybody,
For me speaking is the best option while learning, upgrading or improving my English.
And I will explain why)
1. When you talk to natives, you learn how to pronounce the words, phonics ,correctly. That's obviously.
2. Secondly, It might look a little bit surprising but ... When you communicate with natives you learn grammar as well. And it is not the same way you used to do it in the class. You learn grammar patterns not extracted from the text but the grammar is flawing naturally throughout the conversation. So you just remember how that or this grammar pattern is applied.
3. Not to mention, you can significantly enrich your vocabulary. For example, for me it is ok to ask a speaker what a meaning of the word is. But what is more important you can track usage of collocations, phrasal verbs and idioms in the context. There are a lot of phrasal verbs in English) just be aware of correct use.
4. Speaking =listening. You don't need to listen to tons of educational recordings. Just go to the web , find some native speakers, talk to them on different topics and in a week or two you will watch BBC or other English speaking media without even noticing they speak foreign language.

Elizabeth89's picture
I learn : French (Intermediate) Spanish (Beginner) Italian (Beginner)
5

C

karla30's picture
I learn : English (Advanced)
5

C of course

Tehreem's picture
I learn : English (Advanced) Arabic (Beginner) French (Beginner)
550

C , when you speak you become confident  

Andrew_27's picture
I learn : German (Intermediate) English (Intermediate) French (Beginner)
5

I think it depends on the level you are at. At the very beginning, I think "Listening to audio clips" because this would help learners to be exposed to the language (sounds, rhythm, and so on) even if we don't understand a lot, we will be exposed to that input. We will also notice that we will start hearing different words and I believe it could help us to get a little confident. After some time It may be "Flashcards and memorization" because it could maybe that after some time being learning we could have more idea how the language works and sounds, but it begins to miss many words to be used, so learning new vocabulary "in context" could be the most useful way to feel on the way to confident. When we are at a level when we have more idea not only how the language works and sounds, if not some idea about the sentence structure the most useful way to become confident would be  "Speaking to native speakers" because that way we could try to use everything that we have learned so far and learn much more from our conversation with native speakers. (I'm not saying that people need to wait until much time to start speaking, if not that it would be better to speak more with native speakers to start gaining more confidence after having a grasp of the language). Another way, we could maybe feel a little frustrated.

amna seo's picture
I learn : English (Beginner)
40

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Carlos Humberto Valencia's picture
I learn : English (Beginner)
10

From my point of view, I think that the better way to learn a new languages is to practice with native speaker, becouse while you practice with people you become in a great student and you´re improving all the time