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As you have experienced in school or university, one of the biggest problems with traditional English classroom teaching is that there is a "one-size-fits-all" approach. Classes are taught in groups, students dominate others with confidence, while others are given less attention, and courses are usually textbook-based.

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This style of teaching can erode any interest in the language and impair your motivation to study. If you want to know how to speak fluent English, you must be the starting point. Here are some tips to help you become more personal with English and boost your motivation to become more fluent:

Relate your existing hobbies and interests to English.

English is never boring if you read with content that is relevant and interesting to you. Take a piece of paper and write down a list of all the hobbies and interests that excite you in your daily life. Now think of ways to connect each of these items to English. For example, if you love tennis and read about the sport in your native language every week, stop and start reading in English. In many cases, you will find that you have faster access to the latest news and information because you do not have to wait for translations to be translated into your native language.

Avoid using textbooks and content that you find boring.

Motivation is vital when learning a language. Many language learners do not develop a love of English at school because they find lessons and textbooks boring. Do not make this mistake again! Try a wide range of different materials and see what works best for you.

Make a list of interesting topics to discuss

To become more fluent in English, you need to speak to others regularly. This can be with native or non-native friends, relatives, members of a local English conversation club, other students in a group class, a Skype English tutor and so on.

When you are involved and interested, you will master English faster. Try to make a list of topics that stimulate you intellectually and emotionally, then search Google to find articles, videos and other related content for further discussion.

Join English online forums that are related to your work or interests

Even if you live in a non-English speaking country, you can still access the wonderful “opportunities” of native English online. If you enjoy communicating with others online, you may want to join online forums where similar people write about topics of interest to you. You can then learn from common members by writing down common phrases and phrases that you can use later when talking about these topics. Another benefit of online forums is that participants tend to use current terms, phrases that are common in circulation, and natural conversational forms.

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