Speak English Now Podcast: Learn English | Speak English without grammar.

Speak English Now Podcast: Learn English | Speak English without grammar.

Georgiana, founder of SpeakEnglishPodcast.com

The Speak English Now Podcast is your resource for practicing your English speaking and listening. You will learn English with the Question and Answer (TPRS) and Point of View techniques. You won’t need any grammar nor boring exercises. You will also learn about the English culture and the language itself. Finally, you will get valuable advice on learning English. All the audio is in English and you can get the text at SpeakEnglishPodcast.com

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Ever wondered if native English speakers make mistakes? Well, here's the truth: Native English speakers make mistakes, too! This can be comforting for English learners.

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Ok, let's start!

Native speakers of any language make mistakes, just like learners do. This is a natural part of language use and communication.

Let's learn the mistakes native English speakers make and why they happen.

Pronunciation Mistakes: It's common to mispronounce hard words. For example, some people say "Pacific" instead of "specific."

Spelling Mistakes: Even people who have spoken English from birth can spell words wrongly. It's like writing "definately" when it should be "definitely."

Misusing Words: Sometimes, people mix up words that sound the same, like "their" and "there." Or, they might use the wrong preposition. These are often just small mistakes.

Why Mistakes Happen:

  • Informal Language: In everyday talk, people use short forms like "gonna" instead of "going to." These are okay when speaking but not in formal writing.
  • Speaking Fast: Often, people talk quickly and don't think about grammar rules.
  • Not Paying Attention: Everyone makes more mistakes when they are tired or not focused.

Learning from Mistakes:

When kids learn to speak, they make many errors. As someone learning English, you should see mistakes as a chance to get better. Most of the time, when people correct their mistakes, kids don't get embarrassed. They might even laugh about it.

Attitude Toward Mistakes:

Most people understand that mistakes happen, and they don't usually stop us from understanding each other. Remember, making mistakes doesn't mean you're bad at English. It means you are learning and getting better. So, if you make a mistake, just smile and try again. Even people who have spoken English their whole life are still learning!

Great! I hope you're enjoying this episode!

And now, let's continue with a mini-story.

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