t week I went to Peking University and Tsinghua University where I was invited to deliver lectures on “learning English with passion”.
I found out that all those students have something in common; they all have determinations to learn English well .
Thats thevery reason why I gave lectures at more than ten most prestigious universities with an attempt to help students who want to conquer English within the shortest time.
That’s true, having a good command of English is vitally significant and profound.
Here I would like to give all my friends and students some advice for the future learning in terms of the experience I got from being a teacher for many language training schools and being interpreter for government as well as embassies.
Being an interpreter is by no means easy, which needs to have a good command of listening, understanding or decoding and speaking.
As soon as I hear the original voice from the speaker, meanwhile, I will decode or understand it by dividing the content of the voice into different segments, and use my short-term memory and if possible ,note-taking, to deliver the interpretation in the process of consecutive or simultaneous cases.
Now , I would like to tell you how to speak good English.
3-D methods (Dialogue, Discussion and Debate) to improve your eloquence Dialogue Having authentic and polished oral English is every learner’s dream, however, many of my students who spent a lot of years, money and efforts to speak this language well but failed to be able to communicate and speak out, the reason to which might be mainly confidence and methods.
I notice that many students do well in speaking when conducting a prepared speech or presentation in class.
But speaking English fluently is not just about making presentations and giving speeches.
It is about expressing your ideas and insight on the most mundane of things around you.
I still remember when I first landed on the soil of Beijing 5 years ago; I could not communicate with my friends and even felt uneasy when going out with them because I did not have the confidence to start a conversation with my Mandarin.
It’s the same to the English learners who have no courage to start a topic and face an awkward silence after the initial greeting was given because they dont know what to talk about and are not confident of putting something across correctly, thus the conversation comes to end.
The ability to make dialogues is very important in social communication.