Find your voice

You’ve buried yourself deep in textbooks, grammar and you can read and write pages and pages. Now it’s time to find your voice.  

As language students, it sometimes feels like speaking is the biggest hurdle. You have to think about so many things at once, you don’t have time to stop and plan it all out in your head, and progress just feels so slow. We know the grammar, we know the words we want to say, we know how to put them all together and if we were writing, we know we’d already have written half a page by now. But we just can’t quite get it all together to speak to someone.

Well, the good news is, you’re not alone. Literally millions of us have been where you are and come out the other side.

You don’t need to “just do it” and you don’t need to force yourself into social situations that you know you’ll hate.

So whether you’re just starting out and want to speak as early as possible, or you’ve been putting it off for a while and finally want to Sort This Thing Out, you don’t have to do it alone. Here are some tips and tricks to get you started. 





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