Museum of Knowledge, Speak English without speaking to natives blog, 29092017

Is it possible to speak English without speaking to natives every day?

There are many ways students can learn a language including embracing English courses. The Museum of Knowledge has numerous English online language courses at its disposal that can assist students who seek new, innovative ways to learn English without speaking to English natives in the home country on a daily basis.

One of the most productive ways to learn a language is to adopt the immersion technique. Equally important is breaking down English language learning modules into structured content and well-defined competency tests. The Museum of Knowledge encourages English language students to perfect one of four areas of competency; English reading, English writing, English speaking and English listening. Depending on whether the English language learner is at an advanced level or an intermediate level, the Museum of Knowledge also recommends structure content for industry led content for business learning and topical content for intermediate social language learning.

Learning English takes time, dedication persistence. The Museum of Knowledge enables students to learn English through various techniques including those of immersion.


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Museum of Knowledge guide to speaking English: Grammar exercises

Many Museum of Knowledge language learners wonder if there is a way they could speak English well without focusing on grammar. Well of course there are two ways people can learn English. The Museum of Knowledge suggests those who wish to learn how to speak English should decide whether they wish to merely speak English or to speak English well. It is worth noting that even a native speaker does not necessarily guarantee that every word spoken will be grammatically correct. The Queen’s English (British English) as it were can only be spoken correctly if the appropriate grammatical contexts and relevant terminology are also used.

The other point to take into consideration is that linguistic speech takes on different forms depending on the context. Speech can be either formal or informal.

For informal conversations one may be able to employ more colloquial speech patterns and certainly in more formal settings such as in business meetings or generally in the workplace, a more formal speech dialogue would require the employment of a wider scope of vocabulary and usage of correct grammar.

The Museum of Knowledge employs strategies that take into consideration the importance of grammar. To speak English is to speak it correctly whether formally or informally and the museum believes that grammar competency in the English language is essential for successful language learning.

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Museum of Knowledge list of challenges English language students will face

Museum Of Knowledge English language learners will always face challenges when they embark on the process of learning a new language. Of course the native tongue of the students greatly affects the challenges they will face. For sure, students of Japanese speaking or Chinese speaking countries will have an additional challenge to face; learning a new alphabet as well as then turning their attention towards learning English. Then once an alphabet is mastered, to add to this, there is the general challenge that all students face when learning a language.

Other practical aspects of learning a language such as English is acquiring the skills and understanding for English competency such as alphabets, accents, grammar and syntax. One of the greatest challenges identified for effective language learning in the opinion of the Museum of Knowledge team is definitely one of time. If a student is already enrolled into a structured English language learning programme in University or in school, it will be far easier for him/ her to take private English classes to improve and put into practice what they have been taught in a school or University environment.

The discipline required to learn a language such as English is the greatest challenge students will face. Once that part of the learning process is met, a student learning English can expect to succeed and make excellent progress.




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How to speak English like a native speaker within 3 months

Museum of Knowledge students come to us to understand and take advantage of the techniques that will enable them to learn a language and really excel. In order to reach a high level of competency and to be able to speak English like a native within a set period of time, grammatical skills and syntax proficiency is key.

The Museum of Knowledge has developed a number of immersion courses that enable the language learner to practice speaking with a specific topic in mind. Audio downloads are also a feature of the Museum of Knowledge speaking module so that students can play back their session and therefore perfect their skills. Repetition and listening skills are also great enablers of perfecting English-speaking skills.

To reach a level of competency with the English language within three months requires a level of deep immersion and daily practice. There is no other way around it and unfortunately no real short cuts to this process. The Museum of Knowledge would suggest 3 hours a day of intensive practice with structured content for the full period of three months. Defining an objective is also incredibly important. If the objective is to reach a high level of competency for knowledge of the technology industry for advanced language learners or for intermediate language learners, the desire to reach a high level of fluency for topics covering travel or ordering in a restaurant, the student can attain these objectives though the museum’s structured programmes.