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I aim to have a conversations with my italki tutors and then finally either put something up on Lang-8 or Soundcloud. I haven't been sticking to this regime as rigorously as possible but I find that having a record of what dialogues I've studied and what I've done with each one is quite helpful. In my opinion self-practice of a foreign language should go hand in hand with regular long-term oral communication of learners with native speakers of that language on every topic of practical communication.
I think it ought to be effective to combine input listening, reading with output speaking and writing when practising one's target language even on one's own to develop one's speaking, reading, listening and vocabulary skills. It would be quite helpful for language learners to select ready made materials with natural wording with different levels of difficulty on every topic of communication to practise the target language s.
Language materials can be found in phrase books, conversation books, on the Internet, on audio and video aids, etc.
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Language learning materials can include helpful thematic dialogues, practically useful texts on each topic for potential practical use of learners, thematic sentences with colloquial set phrases and expressions idioms , extensive thematic reading material, etc.. The more vocabulary a learner knows how to use correctly the easier it is to convey a thought in a language when speaking, in writing and to understand what a learner is reading and is listening to. In my opinion vocabulary should be learned and practised first through input listening and reading , and then used through output speaking and writing on each real life topic.
I highly value comprehensive monolingual and bilingual thematic English learning dictionaries that arrange vocabulary by subject matter and topics, and provide word meaning explanations with usage examples in several sentences for each word or phrase meaning. A language learner can combine reading texts from newspapers, magazines, books, online, etc with reading thematic dictionaries to accelerate learning of vocabulary in addition to listening and speaking practice.
Thematic approach not random content matters a great deal in learning and practising a language to master it sooner.
You want more, you want to sound like a native, you want to be like a native, and in this, situational lessons can help. One thing that I missed in the post is culture. How do you manage that? Will it be easy for you? English is my third language. My boss—who is an Indian-Australian—suggests me to read Westerns books. I find them horrible. I prefer Chinua Achebe to Stephen King. Personally, I know little about the U. I have experienced this with Farsi.
I am half Persian myself and have been improving my Farsi over the years. Persians like to keep things simple just as speakers of Levantine Arabic have very simple pronunciations. I have recently started learning Shami, by the way, and I love it. Knowing Farsi definitely helps when learning Arabic. There is so much in common. Great site and this article has helped me to figure out how to go about learning my target language with a private teacher. Previously I did use a book but I realize that the book and word lists in it did not actually at least not greatly improve my speaking ability.
When it comes to situations, after a year of study now I can do basic things even without studying such situations specifically haircut, repairman, buying meat etc but the language I would use would be very simple…. I am going to try out this TBL strategy with my new private teacher and see if I can improve. This was crazy helpful! I needed this article, thank you! I live in Detroit and have the biggest Arab population outside the Middle East.
I took classes in college but barely remember anything. After reading your articles, I began to take a different approach. I started attending a Arab Christian Church for Bible study the pastor speaks and reads everything in Arabic. My goal is to learn my numbers so I follow along in the Bible and to ask if people need tea and cake. Also, to say all my purchases in arabic at the local gas stations and party stores. Do recommend me having flash cards on hand just in case I get stuck?
Interesting article. My tip would be subscribing to podcasts. They involve people interacting, so you pick up a lot of the subtleties of how people react to what others are saying. Great article!
You described the situation very well where an advanced learner thinks they need to know every-single-specific-little-word-about-every-topic in order to consider themselves fluent. Great content Donovan. I am currently facing this in learning English.
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But I find it difficult to write well, compared to my native language. Any advice? Interesting ideas and responses. It may not be correct to say that a native speaker with a limited vocabulary is less fluent, but then again maybe it is correct to say that.
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It happens with me also, i also feel like what do i do now after completing a book. Its great reading your article, thanks for sharing! Very practical and helpful article, Donovan. I liked your article about improving Spanish. We can have a conversation in Skype to speak fluently Spanish. You can have a free trial to know as. About the price of the lessons send an e-mail. Thanks for your article!
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I am having a difficult time getting passed this. Do you have any tips you could recommend? Let's be friends on Facebook , Twitter and Instagram. Also visit TalkInArabic. This is where we reach higher level plateaus.
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How so? It would basically be a foreign language to him. No way! How about describing your feelings or emotions? We become settled on comfortable ways of expressing things Language learners develop habits over time. If it makes sense and it works why not? Be attentive to the way native speakers do it. So as a high level learner of Arabic how am I doing this? I listen to that segment dozens or even hundreds of times over. There are two difficulties I face doing this however: 1. Prepare for real situations and take advantage of them I have a huge tear on a pair of my good shorts right now.
Of course I could easily get this done without any problems already. Should I use higher level textbooks? Just one final note on textbooks for higher level learners. What have you found helpful?