How to Learn to Speak (Language) Fluently

My thanks go to Jeff Lindqvist at LingQ for turning me onto this site

On it, Anthony Lauder defines what he thinks fluency in a language is, describes his struggle with fluency in Czech, and gives great suggestions as to how fluency can be attained, primarily using what he calls ‘connectors’.
I recommend these methods for more advanced language learners, as beginners should still be concentrating on listening and increasing their aural comprehension.

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Taras
    Dec 30, 2009 @ 16:21:07

    Hi David!Thanks for this nugget.This is exactly what I need !Recently I was listening a record with my conversation and realized how many “urms” I use.Happy New Year ! Taras


  2. dolmetscher777
    Dec 30, 2009 @ 22:51:33

    My pleasure:) Happy New Year to you as well!


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