how to speak fluent english in one month
that’s a good one
I’d agree with this, too.
In addition to being able to read and understand the text, there is a speaking. In my opinion, there is no better way to talk to someone who knows English. So every day you could spend 30 minutes talking with someone. It is best to try to make it a normal conversation about something rather than learning.
I often use ted.com. In addition, I would recommend that you enroll in a language school for a lesson with a native speculator. This helps.
Today I will instruct you how to speak English like an American in one month with 24 topics of using collocations and idioms in conversations.
Step 3: Writing
After practicing, try to rewrite the topics in conversations in your own way by using the phrases and collocations learned.
So, how can you do it? How can you improve super-fast? What do I recommend for this kind of goal?
But still, its an interesting question. Is it possible to learn English very very fast? Is it possible to make massive improvements in only 2-3 months?
It is a good idea to choose something you really are passionate about and read about that. Be aware of the fact that you will need lots of patience to keep on looking up the same old words over and over again as they become ingrained in your mind. The easy words are nouns and those you hang onto sooner, the harder words are things like “therefore, so on, nevertheless,” and similar grammatical constructions that are used in literature above all.
We know this sounds silly because you are an adult in an adult world trying to explain something. But look around, see what communicators do, they point to things, make diagrams, gesticulate… and get their message across. Six months later, they are using halting language they have learned to communicate and about a year later, they are fluent. This is because they have focused on communicating rather than learning grammar. This principle is true for learning any language.