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Practicing conversational skills

If you are serious about achieving your language learning goals, you will need to make an effort to find people to talk with. 

If you live where the language is spoken, you may have friends or co-workers who are native speakers. You may also be able to enroll in courses offered in the language you are learning, but on subjects other than the language itself. 

This and other activities can bring you into casual and friendly contact with native speakers who share your interests.


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If you don’t have ready opportunities to meet native speakers, you can consider organizing small groups of learners with or without native speaker coaches to meet and discuss subjects of common interest.

Nowadays, you can easily organize meetings through various apps and websites online, where an international community of native speakers, language learners and language coaches (such as what we offer at LinguaLift) are always happy to help you progress through the harder aspects of the language you are learning. 

Successful language learners often arrange meetings, voice-chat sessions, lessons or other events on subjects of interest with people all over the world. These encounters are for interaction, feedback and stimulus. 

But remember, these activities should be enjoyable and not stressful. They can vary from serious forums on current affairs, business or academic subjects, to more relaxed social exchanges.

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