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30 Days Course Guide For Spoken English

30 Days English Speaking Course Book PDF for Free Download. The ability to speak English will be a great blessing in your life. English skills can improve your daily life, help you pursue educational opportunities, lead to better employment, and expand your circles of friends and acquaintances.

We are sharing the download links for two English Speaking Course books for self-study. Systematic learning is key to achieving your target of learning English in 30 days.

Contents of English Speaking Book

  • Lesson 1: English Sentences
  • Lesson 2: Exercise Lesson
  • Lesson 3: Exercise Lesson
  • Lesson 4: Pronunciation Lesson
  • Lesson 5: Review Lesson
  • Lesson 6: Exercise Lesson
  • Lesson 7: Exercise Lesson
  • Lesson 8: Exercise Lesson
  • Lesson 9: Exercise Lesson
  • Lesson 10: Pronunciation Lesson
  • Lesson 11: Exercise Lesson
  • Lesson 12: Exercise Lesson
  • Lesson 13: Exercise Lesson
  • Lesson 14: Exercise Lesson
  • Lesson 15: Pronunciation Lesson
  • Lesson 16: Exercise Lesson

Let’s Do Some Exercise For Beginner

Listen To The Example

Hello, how are you? (Hello, how are you?)

Fine, thank you. (Fine, thank you.)

Okay, thanks. (Okay, thanks.)

Are you sick? (Are you sick?)

No, I am not sick, but I hurt my arm. (No, I am not sick, but I hurt my arm.)

Is your child sick? (Is your child sick?)

No, my child is not sick. (No, my child is not sick.)

Do you live here in the city? (Do you live here in the city?)

Yes, I live here. (Yes, I live here.)

And Repeat Them

Repeat Each Sentence

1.6a Is this an emergency? (Is this an emergency?)

1.6b This is an emergency. (This is an emergency.) / This is not an emergency. (This is not an emergency.)

1.6c This is a medical emergency. (This is a medical emergency.) / This is not a medical emergency. (This is not a medical emergency.)

1.6d Please call 911. (Please call 911.) / Call the police. (Call the police.) Call an ambulance. (Call an ambulance.) / Call the fire department. (Call the fire department.)

1.6i My child is sick. (My child is sick.) / My arm is hurt. (My arm is hurt.) / My wife is sick. (My wife is sick.) / My husband is hurt. (My husband is hurt.)

1.6j Which hospital do you want to go to? (What hospital do you want to go to?)

1.6k Do you have insurance? (Do you have insurance?) / What is your health card number? (What is your health card number?)

1.61 How do you want to pay? (How do you want to pay?) / Will you pay with cash? (Will you pay with cash?) / Will you pay by check? (Will you pay by check?) / Will you pay with a credit card? (Will you pay with a credit card?)

Teaching Your Tongue To Speak English

CHAPTER SUMMARY: Speech is controlled in your mind by feedback from your hearing and mouth position as much as it is from your memory. If you want to speak fluent English, it is just as important to retrain your tongue as it is to train your memory. To be effective, however, you must retrain your mind, tongue, and hearing at exactly the same time because they must work together when you speak English.

Why have you studied English so long in school without learning to speak fluently? It is because your teachers have tried to train your mind with written exercises without retraining your tongue at the same time.

If you want to learn to speak English fluently, it will help you to understand how the human mind produces speech.

However, before looking at the mechanics of speech. I want to draw an analogy from machine control because the analogy closely parallels neurological responses in spoken language.

Human Speech Closed Loop System

Human speech is a complex learned skill and is dependent on a number of memory and neurological functions. Speech is a closed-loop system because sensors within the system itself give feedback to the control portion of the system.

The control then corrects and coordinates ongoing speech. In this case, the mind is in control of the closed-loop system, the mouth produces the desired product (speech), and auditory feedback from the ears and feedback from the nerve sensors in the mouth allow the mind to coordinate the speech process in real-time.

When you speak your own language, your mind stores all of the vocabulary you need. Your mind also controls your tongue, mouth, and breathing.

Your hearing is also an important part of the control because your ears hear everything your mouth says. Therefore, what you say next is partially dependent on the vocabulary and other information stored in your mind.

But what you say next is also dependent on what your ears are hearing your mouth say, and on the feedback that is coming from the nerves in your tongue and mouth.

The Best Way To Learn English (For Beginner)

Two skill areas must be emphasized if you want to learn to speak English fluently. The first is memory (which is involved in both vocabulary and syntax) and the second is proprioceptive responses (which are involved in both pronunciation and syntax).

You may be able to learn simple vocabulary-related memory skills with equal effectiveness by using either verbal or visual training methods. That is, you may be able to learn pure memory skills equally well with either spoken drills or written exercises.

However, it is impossible for you to retrain your proprioceptive sense without hearing your own voice at full speaking volume. Thus, in my opinion, it is a waste of your time to do written assignments for the purpose of learning spoken English.

Surprisingly, it will take far less time for you to learn both fluent spoken English and excellent English grammar by studying only spoken English first than it will for you to study written English grammar lessons before you can speak English.

This does not mean, however, that grammar is not a necessary part of spoken English instruction. It is impossible to speak English or any other language without the correct use of its grammar.

My statement simply means that the best way to learn English grammar is through spoken English exercises.

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Second Book For English Speaking Course

If you’re a person whose mother tongue is not English, the chances are, you’ve learned English in the ‘non-natural way. That is, you’ve learned English in a way that is opposite to the way of natural language acquisition.

You know, the natural way of acquiring a language is to learn to speak it first and then to write it.

Those people who do not learn English the natural way, know reasonable English or even excellent English. And if you ask them to write a report or something in English, they may do it fairly well. But, if you ask them to speak to you about the same thing, they find it hard to do. Or even impossible.

When they start speaking, most of the words remain on the tip of their tongue and don’t readily come out. And often, what words do come out sounds disconnected and random.

And, they find themselves speaking in a clumsy and unclear way, with long gaps and intervals of indecision between every two words.

And they keep fumbling for something to say. Not only this, they find it difficult to go on beyond one or two lines, without tripping up. and without stumbling over the sounds or sequences of sounds.

And then, they tend to fall back upon their mother tongue – or become tongue-tied. This book will help you to overcome all these problems and will also help you in developing better speaking skills.

Contractions: Contraction means to shorten a word or phrase by omitting one or more sounds or letters from it. The word so formed is also called a contraction. Discussed below are the various contractions used in spoken English. The apostrophe has two uses:

  1. To show that we have made words shorter. We have contracted them.
  2. To show that something belongs to someone, i.e. they possess it. (possession)

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