A good method for developing fluency is following a speaker on an audio recording. Start the recording. Wait a few seconds and then start repeating what the speaker says. If you have difficulty, listen and repeat the particular words or phrase that are causing you trouble. Then go back to the beginning of the recording and start again as often as necessary. Continue this practice until you can follow the speaker fluently.Improving your pronunciation skills will help you succeed on the TOEFL test in two ways:- You will improve your understanding of spoken English and do better on the tasks that involve listening
- You will improve the clarity and comprehensibility of your own speech and perform better on the Speaking tasksIn order to improve your pronunciation skills, you should focus on three different areas of English pronunciation:- Individual speech sounds
- Stress and rhythm
All speaking practice will help you build fluency in speaking [ practicing with native English speaker, non-native English speakers, or practice speaking aloud to yourself when you are alone. Today, I will offer to you one new exiting tool.
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English is full of tricky words!
Would you ask for a DESSERT or a DESERT after dinner?
See the top ten confused English words (and learn what to ask for after dinner!):
Have you come across words in English that have similar spellings and pronunciations, but have different meanings? These words can be easy to confuse, but learning what they are will help you avoid mistakes.
Here are 10 of the most commonly confused words in English to watch out for:
Affect/Effect: Affect is usually a verb meaning “to act upon or influence.” Effect is most commonly a noun meaning “the result of an action.”
Allusion/Illusion: An allusion is a subtle reference or hint. An illusion is a mirage or a deception.
Assure/Ensure: Assure means “to guarantee.” Ensure means “to make sure by double checking.”
Beside/Besides: Beside means “next to.” Besides is an adverb or preposition that means “furthermore” or “in addition to.”
Capital/Capitol: A capital is the city or town that is the official seat of government (it can also refer to wealth, or a large letter). A capitol is the building where a government meets.
Desert/Dessert: Desert can be a verb meaning “to abandon,” or a noun that means “a wasteland.” Dessert is the final course of a meal.
Its/It’s: Its is the possessive form of “it.” It’s is a contraction that means “it is.”
Loose/Lose: Loose is usually an adjective that means “not tight” or “free from attachment.” Lose is a verb that means “to fail” or “to misplace something.”
Plain/Plane: Plain can be an adjective that means “not showy” or a noun that means “a large, level area.” Plane refers to a flat surface, or an airplane.
Than/Then: Than is a conjunction used to make a comparison, while then refers to a time in the past.
Learn the words you’ll need to know.
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