Posted by Fifi Yang 7498
Some of us have terrible Spoken Chinese. Some of us think our Chinese is pretty good. Regardless of how good you "think" your Spoken Chinese is, you aren't a native speaker, so you have room to improve. In this article we will look at some strategies for how to improve your spoken Chinese.
Talking with others in Chinese, developing good language habits. When you talking with Chinese, pay attention to the speaking tones and grasp some popular expressions.
Often watching Chinese TV and listening to Chinese broadcast, you can improve your spoken Chinese quickly, and these are also the most effective means to improve your Chinese listening skills. Get Chinese TV recommendation here: Top 5 TV Shows For Learning Chinese.
Through the dialogue training, we can grasp some practical Chinese.
Replace some of the ingredients of the original sentence to practice, through this way we can expand our thinking, it is also a good way to rich the exercise content.
Using a variety of image to practice talking. This oral practice method is more vivid, intuitional and visual.
We can repeat what others say. In this way, you don't need to afraid of making mistakes of the sentence, you just need to repeat. And this way can make you to say more and practice more.
Describe a thing or a process of an event. We can also describe a person's appearance, dress, dormitory and campus. What's more, an activity, a game and a tourist can be also described.
We can watch a movie or a novel, and then summarize them .It helps us to improve the thinking ability and verbal ability.
You can participate in some Chinese Speech Contest. It can improve your oral communication skills and inspire our enthusiasm.
I think the most important thing is your interesting to Chinese, if you are interested in Chinese, you will like to do your best to improve it and you will surely get the satisfying result. Make learning Chinese become an enjoyable thing.
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