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Video Tip #4: Do You Want to Go Deeper into English Conversations?

Posted by Lindsay McMahon on Sat, Jan 04, 2014 @ 07:15 AM

how to have deeper English conversationsDo you feel lonely when you speak English? Do you wish that you could go into deeper conversations?

If you have a limited vocabulary and you use the same English words over and over again, you might not be able to engage in deep conversations with native English speakers.

That might feel a bit lonely and isolating.

Check out today's video tip to learn how to solve this problem and to move from an intermediate to an advanced English speaker.

 

 

Watch Lindsay's Video Tip!

 

 

 

How to Learn Vocabulary Words for Deeper Conversations

 

Step 1: Choose a specific conversation theme, situation, or topic.

Step 2: Learn 5-7 vocabulary terms, idioms, or expressions that will help you communicate and go into depth regarding that topic. For example, if you want to talk about your personality in English, you might learn phrases like "I am an introvert," or "My brother is so obnoxious."

Step 3: Meet with a native conversation partner, tutor, or a group of other learners and practice the expressions that you have studied. Try to role play the situation or make it as realistic as possible. Ask your partner to correct your pronunciation, grammar, and usage.

 

 

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