What do you find the most difficult thing in speaking in English language? Vocablury or fluency?
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In my opinion, pronunciation is the most difficult thing in the English language. I believe that, similarly to French, the words are not spoken the way they are spelled, and there are no rules. Think of the different pronunciations the letter sequence "ough" have, for example, as in the words tough, though, thought and thorough. Of course you can improve your pronunciation and consequently your fluency by exposing yourself to the language as much as you can, preferably daily, and this consistency will help you understand people better and also speak more fluently.
Most difficult thing in speaking English is the fluency of non native students. English is not their language so they feel hesitation while speaking English.
Well, the answer is both. It varies from person to person as everybody has his own capabilities. Some find the vocabulary difficult while others have problems with its fluency. Everybody needs to work hard.
Each one has its own difficulty. However, By extending your vocabulary, you'll get one step closer to fluency.
That's tricky. Because you need grammar and a decent amount of vocabulary words in order to achieve fluency. Fluency is the end result or the outcome that each English learner wants to achieve. To achieve such an objective, one must go through different steps as in learn the vocabulary, learn how to build grammatically correct sentences. Once you take these steps, the end result will definitely be achievable. As an answer to your question, I'd say fluency and accuracy are difficult but once you go past that fear and learn to accept your mistakes, learn from them and be committed to the process, everything will eventually happen. It takes time and it is challenging as a process but it's definitely rewarding.
I find that fluency is a big struggle for students who are English beginners. Simply because they're still unsure of certain pronunciations and certain words and phrases and therefore lack confidence.
As a tutor I believe fluency can be the most difficult, but English language is easier when you learn through speaking, reading and listening to anything in English.
I guess, learning vocabulary is not a big deal but yes fluency does test our patience. Vocabulary is something we can learn on our own but fluency depends on a no. of factors.
I am a native English speaker, but many of my students tell me that phrasal verbs and prepositions are the most difficult part of English.
Fluency depends on extending the vocabulary....the more the student has knowledge of words , their meaning and their use, role and function in sentence construction, the more fluent their speaking will become.
Supposedly both vocabulary and fluency are sometimes difficult in Speaking English