How well do you speak English?
– a little. – not bad. – not too bad. I get along.
You don’t get good at something unless you practice!
To what many people might call “conversation,” I prefer fluency. Which means exploring English in the different ways that are likely to arise when you’re in your linguistic habitat.
Fluency practice requires you to get used to thinking on your feet.
To help you do this … and get some oxygen at the same time, I’ve imagined a program called “Walk and Talk.”
Fluency practice can also happen over a cup of tea: You name the color.
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