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The interview based series of my fluent podcast which I started on E11 goes on. The idea was to get out of my comfort zone and interview several language enthusiasts from all over the world over a longer period of time. I already could improve my speaking skills by conducting several interviews. Click here for full show notes.
On this episode, we talk about coming out from our comfort zone to improve in our language. We can improve ourselves even by listening to ourselves and spot the errors.
The Spin Wires
Ketsa - Where the river run
Ketsa -13 in the mood
Reading aloud or reading out loud will definitely improve your speech. It just takes some time. So be consistent and don't forget to check for the correct pronunciation in case you are unsure.
Speaking a foreign language is hard. Your tongue needs to learn new muscle movements. The more you practice the more fluent you will be able to speak. native spoken Podcasts with transcript could be of use as well.
Reading silently will not bring you these benefits. In this episode, I had a look at 2 of my previous published recordings. As far as I can tell, I could improve my reading and speaking skills
For more tips and tricks and for more information about my language journey go to:
Become a fluent reader and join me, now!
I try to mix up a song on a recording software called Audacity. I implement word chunks that I want to learn. The goal is being engaged with the words I want to learn. That way the vocab will stick better.
Be aware you are using music which has no copyright or which you are allowed to use.
Music: KetsaURL: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Ketsa/Layers_1384/in_the_mood_master
Right now, I am establishing a new recording method to get me fluent in English. I want to express myself in a better way.
www.myfluentpodcast.com episode 31
Music by Ketsa. Song: in the mood
Long term listener Daisy asked me to publish an episode about culture/habits at the office. That's what I tried to do in this episode. www.myfluentpodcast.com
If you are into English learning, have a look at
there is a guided conversation with different English learners from all over the world once a week, which is then published on the website. Get in touch with other learners and boost your English to the next level!
We are trying to get this podcast to the next level. The very first time we have a native British English speaker as a guest. It was quite a challenge but great!
Luke shared lots of valuable information with us. Full information: http://wp.me/p7tjou-6e
Daniel Goodson / www.myfluentpodcast.com
On episode 27, I give away the micro to Kamila, the Dutch polyglot, who speaks several languages fluently. She was so kind to share her story with us!
Kamila, founder of www.polyglotsdiary.com shares her tips and tricks with us. Thank you so much, Kamila!
A good way to become better in your target language will probably be to find reading partners with whom you can discuss books together and therefore, get better in your target language.
Time will tell us If it works. And I will keep you posted.