Speaking Practice Amongst Learners

A Chinese immigrant fluent in English once told me that when he was still in university back in China, they had a so-called “English corner”. Chinese students who wanted to improve their English would gather at one place (not necessarily a corner) at a certain time of the week and spoke English to each other. He claimed that it helped him a lot with his English.

I was sceptical when I first heard about the idea. Who is going to correct our errors? How can we improve our accents? Shouldn’t we always aim to learn from native speakers?

Check out this article. It is good.

Look for more English Speaking Tips in the hyperlink.

Thanks. 🙂


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