On the 12th episode of Your Question, we handle the following question:
Q: When we learn new words in English, what should we do not to forget them?
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Is there anything strange to you? Most of you probably immediately can find the easy grammar mistake. Of course, grammatically, it should be:
So the question is, why is it so easy to see on paper or screen, but so many students have trouble actually saying this correctly? Well, there are a few reasons, but basically the answer is simply:
In high school, we were all taught to remember facts and build our knowledge (INPUT). However, we were not taught how to produce this knowledge in a meaningful way (OUTPUT).
Being a great English speaker requires A LOT of practice and I mean especially, SPEAKING practice. The more you practice converting your knowledge to results, you will become a great speaker.
You have all done STUDY. Now it’s time to PRACTICE and PERFORM!
On the 14th episode of the English 2.0 Podcast, we handle the following points:
Q: If “My hobby is…” is very unnatural, how about “My name is…” and “My favorite____is”?
Main Topic: Are Language Dictionaries Helpful or Harmful?
Pronunciation Point: A Commonly Mispronounced Sound
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