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The United States of America is a huge country with a diverse population. Americans love to talk, are quite expressive, and generally have a tendency to get along easily with almost everyone. Usually, Americans feel quite comfortable talking and socializing with people who have a foreign accent, as long as Read the rest of this entry »
More Bad Habits That Spoil the Development of Good English Language Speaking Skills
In the first part of this article post, we began a discussion of seven bad habits which spoil the development of good English or other foreign language speaking skills. In this second part, we’ll continue with some additional aspects to be considered when teaching and learning to speak English or another foreign language. Read the rest of this entry »
Nowadays it’s necessary for every modern person to know at least one foreign language, as it can help to find a high-paid job, improve social status and get acquainted with people from other countries. However when someone teaches a foreign language often very little attention is paid to learning pronunciation. Read the rest of this entry »
When you take a look around the world, there are a number of places that still do not speak English. This is likely to continue for some time as well over half of the world’s population lives within areas that do not have heavy English-speaking populations. For that reason, Read the rest of this entry »
Australia, Great Britain, and America all speak the same language, but you simply have to visit each country to realize that, while they all speak English, it is far from a universal language. The English spoken in Great Britain, America, and Australia has many similarities, but a surprising number of differences as well. Read the rest of this entry »
The English language can be very difficult to pronounce and listening to British English speakers from different regions of the country can be quite confusing. There are hundreds of variations on these regional accents and many towns have their own particular differences. Read the rest of this entry »
There are varying types of English pronunciation and its articulation lurking in the Educational Institutions of all the non-native speakers of English today. American English and British English vary in pronouncing such words. Both English, as times rolled by produced another multiple branches of pronunciation and articulation. Read the rest of this entry »
When we think of learning English or learning a foreign language, invariably we are inferring the ability to speak the language first and foremost. Indeed, if someone says “I know Spanish”, for example, we almost automatically think that the person means they can speak Spanish. Later, if the need arises, we may improve our skills in reading and writing in English or the foreign language we are learning, but first we must speak and pronounce it with some degree of skill and fluency. Read the rest of this entry »