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How to Be More Spontaneous in English

Posted by Lindsay McMahon on Fri, Oct 17, 2014 @ 12:38 PM


Are you well-spoken and articulate in your native language?

When you speak English do you feel like a kid because you can't speak spontaneously or with flexibilty?

After a while, that feeling of being embarrassed and inhibited starts to feel terrible, right?

I think I know how you feel.

I lived in Latin America for a year and for the first 6 months, I couldn't express myself and I felt unintelligent and down on myself.

I want to help you with this problem now!

Watch the video below to learn how to be more spontaneous in English.


How to be More Spontaneous:

1) Don't memorize lists and dictionaries

2) Learn vocabulary based on situations

3) Practice the vocabulary that you learn with a native speaker

4) Take chances and use your new words in real-life speaking situations

Do you want to get more spontaneous right now?

Click here to try our Speakative Conversation Program

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