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How can you fit in an English speaking country shortly


If you are new immigrant with poor English, how can you fit in an English speaking country as soon as you can?

Landing in a new country without knowing too much of the language can be incredibly difficult, especially if you arrive alone. Don't worry though, if you put the time and effort in, you will eventually pick up the language. In this article I want to take a little look at how you can go about this as quickly as possible.

Firstly, if you are arriving with someone in the English speaking country, you should make sure that you only communicate with them in English. It doesn't matter how bad you think you are at the language, it is important to start integrating the language as much as possible into your daily life. You will be surprised at just how much you are going to pick up from one another.

Secondly, you are going to need to start watching English TV, reading the newspapers in English and of course, listening to the radio in English. All of these will allow you to pick up little bits and pieces of the language. Contrary to popular belief, it isn't possible to pick up a whole language using this method, but it certainly will be able to help you out.

My biggest tip, and the only one which I think is going to allow you to learn the language effectively and start integrating is to just get out there and start talking to people. Proper English people. It doesn't matter how poor language is, nobody is going to be critical of you or laugh. Just try to make the effort. If you don't make the effort then you will never reach the point where you are confident enough to talk to people on a regular basis. Talking to English people also ensures that you pick up the various mannerisms that the speakers will be using in the area that you live in.

If you live in a large area, then it is likely there is going to be some sort of English classes there. If you are very poor at spoken English and don't yet have the confidence or skills to get out and about, then I suggest that you visit one of these classes. They are a great way to interact with other people who are starting to learn the language without all the pressure. You will of course also have teachers on hand to give you hints and tips on integrating with the English language. The majority of these classes are for people who are planning on living in the country, so expect them to be very 'practical' based.

I won't lie, it is going to take a long time to grasp the English language to hold down a proper conversation for long periods of time, but honestly, if you try, and try very hard, you will eventually get to the point where you are almost fluent in English. Just follow the tips above and don't stop speaking to people!

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