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The official blogcast channel of www.MuhaiminAbdullah.com serving audible learning materials of English, mainly influenced by behaviorism learning theory, dedicated to worldwide non-native English speakers.

    [S1E3] Consistency in Practicing Your English is The Main Key to Fluency! Does School Fail?

    [S1E3] Consistency in Practicing Your English is The Main Key to Fluency! Does School Fail?

    Consistency is an essential ingredient in achieving success in any endeavor, and this is particularly true when it comes to improving English speaking skills. Consistent practice helps to develop muscle memory and improves fluency, accuracy, and confidence. Daily practice may seem daunting, but it need not be a long, drawn-out affair. Just a few minutes of practice each day can yield significant results. The key is to maintain consistency and to make the practice a regular part of your routine. Whether it is practicing with a friend, joining an English speaking group, or using language learning apps, the more consistently you practice speaking English, the more quickly you will improve your skills.
    Disclaimer: This podcast episode illustrates how a group of English language learners gather into voice-over internet protocol service to shape their verbal communication skills. The content of this podcast episode may contain spoken grammatical mistakes and mispronounced words. Please note that this episode is not intended to be a source for learning grammar and pronunciation. Rather, it is a platform for English language learners to practice their spoken English and engage in conversations on a variety of topics.
    The written analysis and the conclusion of this episode is available on www.muhaiminabdullah.com.

    • 43 min
    [S1E2] Playing Games Has Shaped Their English Fluency. Yet, It Brought A Lot of Joy!

    [S1E2] Playing Games Has Shaped Their English Fluency. Yet, It Brought A Lot of Joy!

    Playing games provide a way for English learners to interact with English in an immersive way, allowing English learners to practice 4 skills of English including speaking, listening, reading, and writing in a way that is both enjoyable and effective. The use of games in language learning can be particularly effective for those who struggle with traditional teaching methods and/or for those who want to learn English through another way, as playing games can provide a more accessible and motivating way to learn. 

    This episode showcases the English fluency of online gamers. Point to notice is that it is not the game that improves language skills, but rather how the players interact with games played.

    Disclaimer: This podcast episode illustrates how a group of English language learners gather to shape their verbal communication skills. The content of this podcast episode may contain spoken grammatical mistakes and mispronounced words. Please note that this episode is not intended to be a source for learning grammar and pronunciation. Rather, it is a platform for English language learners to practice their spoken English and engage in conversations on a variety of topics.

    The written analysis and the conclusion of this episode is available on www.muhaiminabdullah.com.

    • 37 min
    [S1E1] Practicing Verbal Communication Skills in English: Just keep it up, whatever it takes!

    [S1E1] Practicing Verbal Communication Skills in English: Just keep it up, whatever it takes!

    Peer tutoring can be a particularly effective approach since it allows learners to practice English in a supportive and non-judgmental environment with others who share their linguistic challenges and goals. Additionally, peer tutoring can help build community and foster social connections among language learners. This is what we do everyday!

    Disclaimer: This podcast episode illustrates how a group of English language learners gather into voice-over internet protocol service to shape their verbal communication skills. The content of this podcast episode may contain spoken grammatical mistakes and mispronounced words. Please note that this episode is not intended to be a source for learning grammar and pronunciation. Rather, it is a platform for English language learners to practice their spoken English and engage in conversations on a variety of topics.

    The written analysis and the conclusion of this episode is available on www.muhaiminabdullah.com.

    • 58 min

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