Think in English Talk in English


Think in English Talk in English

Dear fellow learners you are all welcome to the group Think in English Talk in English. The purpose of this group is to encourage all of you to get a fluency and commanding power in English. A non-native English speaker has a tendency that he or she normally thinks in their own Language and then translates into English. It is a wrong method and it takes double duration rather than the original duration of Think and Talk in English. Here arises a problem that they have lack of spontaneity in English speaking and they stumble down due to grammar conscious on the construction of a sentence. To overcome this oral blockade one must practice to think only in English and talk with this same Language. Best wishes

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Can you Speak English without Thinking...

Started by Halina Ostańkowicz-Bazan. Last reply by Pooltai Lawakorn Mar 27. 3 Replies

Over the years, I have taught many classes I used a speaking and listening technique. I do not teach reading as well as writing. I introduce a new language by listening and all lessons consist of…Continue

Late and On time

Started by Darapheak. Last reply by mahmoud Mar 10. 5 Replies

Hello again everybody   Here is my question I want to ask you that Describe about how your people think about the people that always late for example, do you think that person is prestigious…Continue

What you think about this situation?

Started by Darapheak. Last reply by ^k_A_T^ Nov 28, 2013. 27 Replies

Hello all member of Think in English Talk in English! How are you today? Now i want to ask you that what is your opinion about this situation. One Computer sales store is opened by one man call John…Continue

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Comment by Sami Khaznadji on March 7, 2014 at 10:42

Hi, I am Algerian pharmacist, 35 years old. My English is intermediate and I hope to improve by discussing on skype. I am looking for good friends and I am willing to help you in French (fluent) or Arabic (native).

So feel free to add me: bazkoukou and let's start together :)

Thanks, Sami.

Comment by Ramiz Raj on February 19, 2014 at 16:55

my skype id is farhan.khan1944

Comment by Pavel on January 16, 2014 at 10:48

I find this moto very useful. I remember when I'd been studying at school we used to write  compositions. At the beggining I expressed my opinion in native language, but it was hard to translate right all the language features and took much time. This way is much easier and gives opportunity of rapid increasing language level. It may be hard to start, but it works :) I think that it would be useful if everybody offer a topic for discussion so that we could exercise

Comment by Pooltai Lawakorn on December 27, 2013 at 8:41

Hi everybody .Think -talk is a good idea .I always teach learner (Adults )to use some action .we have weekly afternoon meeting  on Sunday at 2 PM. (+ 7 GMP ) If any one interest to share with our small group ,Please online at skype at this time .My skype is pooltai.lawakorn .Thanks

Comment by sahilsingh on August 24, 2013 at 13:33

hey everyone my self Pankaj from India. I want to develop my english and for that i need few good friends, if anyone is interested then He/she can send me friend request on my skype ID nirajsingh321.. thanks

Comment by Ramiz Raj on August 23, 2013 at 9:15

its my skype id farhan.khan1944

Comment by Sedef on July 31, 2013 at 19:28
For example, my children can speak ing very well if they see something in school they explain me with English if they spend time with Turkish friend they explain to me native language
Comment by Sedef on July 31, 2013 at 19:23
I can't start thinking English when I speaking my language
Comment by Sedef on July 31, 2013 at 19:22
Yes I agree with you
Comment by suresh grover on July 31, 2013 at 18:18

yes thinking in english is a good idea to talk in english. i liked it & started thinking in english.


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