You want to improve your English speaking skills, but you don’t have any native speaking friends around. You wish you were speaking to a real person, but instead you just flip through a vocabulary book.
We all heard the common advice on learning the second language.
“Imitate the native speakers.”
But what if:
- You don’t have any native speaking friends.
- You are too busy to go to a language institute
- You just need to practice your speaking skills for a specific occasion – an interview, negotiation, or presentation – but you do not need it on a daily basis.
You can improve your English speaking skills, even when you are practicing alone.
Yes, there are Skype lessons and that’s one option. But there is a practice method that interpreters use to acquire native speakers’ accent and intonation.
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