Do you think English should be spoken fast?
I frequently hear people say that it’s so hard to understand native speakers, especially on TV, because they speak so freaking fast.
Raise your hand if you feel the same way ?♂️
At the same time, people feel that when THEY speak, in comparison to native speakers, they sound awfully slow and that it affects how people perceive their English.
(“If I speak slowly they’d think my English is not that good”).
However, speeding up, with no real system behind it is not a solution.
Then you are simply butchering your English and becoming unclear.
So, what should you do to avoid the BAD fast and start getting you a bit more of that GOOD fast?
Watch today’s lesson to learn all about it: How to speak English faster WITHOUT sounding unclear:
Now, let’s put it to practice!
Practice your fast speech in the following sentences:
What do you want to do?
What do you mean you’re not going to do it?
If I knew you were coming I would have baked you a cake.
How do you like the new park?
By the end of this program, you will have learned everything there is to know about creating your own website.
Look at what you’re making me do!
What if I told you that I’m going to the U.S. next week?
I need to get my passport renewed
She couldn’t be happier
Last week we went on a camping trip and the weather was just beautiful.
What would you like to drink?
I don’t think I’m going to get anything else, thanks.
She has been traveling for over six years
Can I get your coat?
I like this lesson because it really reduces your effort, provides rythme and produces the native sound,Thanks.
This video helps me so much. However, it is still difficult to distinguish what word to focus on.
Hey Haruka! Thank you for your comment!
Well, Hadar always suggests to focus on the most difficult things in your English journey and master them first, so it will give your English a great boost. She speaks about it in this video https://youtu.be/0V0WeEnsec0
So, maybe you need to concentrate on the most difficult aspects FOR YOU)
Great video! I would like to suggest to put on audio for the sentences above.
you are the best teacher and person I have seen ever, Thank you for your videos. It is amazing and very helpful.
Thanks Hadar for the recommendations, very nice.
thank you soo much hadar you are soo kind and soo helpful
Right, I loved this video, cuz this happens frequently to me. Sometimes I risk to watching some news or until even to watch on the Netflix and I come across myself with this situation, however, I believe that anyone is capable to know their limits mainly that you are learning a foreign language and so you must go to according to your skills increase too.
At the beginning of this year, I got to understand about 60%, right now almost five years later, I get to understand about 90%. I know, I have a long way to run, but the most important it’s not giving up.