5 Reasons Why People Fail to Become a Fluent English Speaker
1.You’re not practicing your English enough
It has been found that people learn English best by listening to podcasts, shows, radio, and reading books and articles. But because of this people begin to practice speaking and writing in English less.
It is also very important to write and speak in English. By practicing writing and speaking the English language you will be more likely to improve your grammar and vocabulary skills when talking to other native English speakers.
2.You aren’t studying towards a goal
What is the point in learning English when you don’t have any type of goal in mind? This is one of the reasons why many people fail to become fluent in English: they aren’t working towards a goal. When you set goals that you want to achieve, you automatically work harder.
However, when you don’t have goals you hope to achieve you start having a hard time learning, because you aren’t motivated enough to work towards a goal.
3.You’re not being consistent enough when it comes to practicing your English
To become a fluent English speaker, you must be consistent. This means to keep showing up and practicing even when you don’t have the motivation and you don’t feel like it. You cannot rely on motivation alone to help you reach your goal.
Consistency is very important! By being consistent and sticking to your practice times, you will have a better chance at reaching your English goals.
4.You’re too focused on perfecting your grammar and vocabulary
Making mistakes are normal! In fact, they are supposed to happen. When you make a mistake, you focus extra hard to ensure you don’t make the same mistake twice. You will now better remember the word and know how to correctly use it in the future.
5.You’re not studying in a way that benefits you
When it comes to learning English, it is very important to do it in a way that is beneficial to you. If you are learning speaking English in a way that is too boring or too hard for you, then you will begin to lose interest and stop learning English all together!
Talk to you teacher about the different ways you would like to learn speaking English. By learning in a way that you enjoy, you improve your chances of becoming a fluent English speaker.