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5 Ways Reading Improves English + Best Practices to Read

Reading improves English.

If practiced correctly, reading books suiting your level can accelerate vocabulary-building, improve grammar, and sharpen writing. Although reading doesn’t directly impact your spoken English, it can to some extent improve it through better vocabulary, reading out loud, and a deeper knowledge base.

First off, let’s cover few cardinal rules of reading that will get you the most out of your reading:

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How to Learn Spoken English Fast – 8 Ways?

This post is about learning spoken English fast, and not about becoming fluent in 10 or 30 days. I don’t want to disappoint you, but it’s nearly impossible to become fluent in 30 days.

Many who are advocating fluency in such short period either have different notion of fluency or aren’t being authentic. You don’t have to believe me on this. Just try those methods verbatim and see where you reach in 30 days.

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Can I Be Fluent in Spoken English in 30 Days? Almost Impossible.

You might have read advertisements claiming to make you a fluent speaker in 30… and some even in (gasp!) 10 days. You might have also come across blogs and videos with similar claims.

You can learn spoken English fast, but can you become fluent in 30 days.

Yes, if you’re already close to fluency.

Otherwise, almost impossible, which more or less means ‘no’.

However, that doesn’t mean you can’t improve your current level in 30 days. You can, but fluency… no.

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