Do you ever have difficulty speaking in English? Do you get worried that you will make a mistake while speaking? Or do you simply forget the words you need to communicate yourself.
You shouldn’t worry as this is completely natural and happens to everyone when they learn another language. This can happen if you don’t practise enough, have a fear of making mistakes, or even when you are tired. It can really be hard to improve your speaking as you need another person to communicate with. However, now there is a way you can practise speaking alone.
What is ‘English Conversation Practise’?
How does it work?
You have to choose a conversation and listen to two or more people having a conversation. You will then listen to the conversation again, but this time you will play the role of one of the speakers. You may have to repeat the conversation again until you get the flow of the dialogue right. Finally, there is a test you will need to complete to make sure that you did the conversation right.
Who is it for?
For elementary and intermediate levels of English.
Is it for Apple or Android?
At the moment, it is only available for Android.
Do I need to pay?
It’s absolutely free. It can be downloaded for free on Google Play.
Do I need to login?
No, you don’t. You only need to install the app in your mobile.
Give it a try!
Ready to get started? Try these introductory tasks. The more you practise, the better you will get!
Task 1 – Pick any conversation that you would like to practise.
Task 2 – Listen to the pronunciation of the words and concentrate on the rhythm of the sentences and repeat.
Task 3 – When you are ready to be part of the conversation, click the Recording button and speak into your microphone. Hear the native speaker again and your own voice. Check and see if you like the way you sound? If not, repeat. You can listen back to your responses to evaluate where you could do better and make a new recording as often as you want!
Task 4 – Finally, try the quiz to check your understanding of the vocabulary.
Give it a try!
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