Well, well, well. I had lived in the middle of nowhere. So, I had no one else to practice my English with but myself.
In our village, if I talk to people in English they will probably have me executed by firing squad. In other words, none of my neighbors will ever like it.
But still, I talked. YES! Not verbally though, but mentally. While talking to someone in my native dialect, my mind at the same time, transliterated everything into English.
I created an environment where I could apply my knowledge in English without getting a death stare.
You see, the conversation is natural and unstaged. But just like anything else new, it was normally crazy hard at first. Imagine, you talk then translate.
Plus, I didn't know if I translated it right. But then, I came up with another solution.
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I Did Not Learn English In School - Simple Secrets to Learning English FastNon-Fiction
This book is written for non-native and native speakers of English alike. What gets revealed if you are a native speaker of English reading this book is what really goes through the mind of a person learning English as a second language. Topics incl...