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English is the most commonly used language in the entire world.  Diplomats, businessmen, and people from all walks of life in other countries are often encouraged to learn English.  People who arrive to the United States and cannot speak it are definitely in need of the skills in order to learn to speak English.  If you can’t speak it, it can be very difficult to obtain employment or communicate with others.  Fortunately, there are many different avenues that can be taken to help you learn to speak English.  Websites exist that can help people learn English on their own.  These sites can assist and walk you through the entire language including how to form words and sentences and how to speak it aloud.  Online classes and software are other options.  These options encourage people to learn English independently, so it may be a little bit difficult.  However, once you learn to speak English, you’ll find many more opportunities available for you in America.

Some local programs offer free classes for those who need to learn English.  A teacher will help to guide you through the alphabet as well as show you how to associate words with pictures.  This is the first step in learning the language.  Over time, you will also learn how to spell, write, and finally speak English so you can better function in the United States or even in other countries.  In today’s modern world, communication is the key.  Knowing English is a prerequisite for many different careers.  Even some employers in foreign countries require their staff to know or learn English.  That’s why it is such an important skill to have.  Find out more about how to learn to speak English by doing an Internet search or call some local schools and register for classes, and you’ll be on your way to becoming an English speaker in no time.


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