Dear fellow learners you are all welcome to the group Think in English Talk in English. The purpose of this group is to encourage all of you to get a fluency and commanding power in English. A non-native English speaker has a tendency that he or she normally thinks in their own Language and then translates into English. It is a wrong method and it takes double duration rather than the original duration of Think and Talk in English. Here arises a problem that they have lack of spontaneity in English speaking and they stumble down due to grammar conscious on the construction of a sentence. To overcome this oral blockade one must practice to think only in English and talk with this same Language. Best wishes

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  • Hi! Skypers, I would like to join friends around the world (UK, US, India, etc) on Skype (ID: iaappel19) for improving English skills. It is great to use an exclusive app for learning purpose.  Anyone willing to learn and improve English can add my ID. Thanx, take care - bye!

  • SkypeID:englishlearning9

  • add me on SkyPE: mangeshbde

  • Hello ! to all the members here in that group .I am Rosalind ,Egyptian, 23 years old.I am new here.T want to improve my Four English Skills..

  • hello Friend's i am nitin from India i want to improve my speaking english

    my skype id is "nitinmaghade"

  • Hi friends.. I'm glad to see so many beautiful people with same goals at a same place..I appreciate the idea of "think in english" and would like to apply this from now onwards..But at the same time we would be require a lot of practice to improve our spoken english.. I'm hoping we guys will do a lot of practice here.. I'm new here, plz accept me
    ... Thanks to all the members
  • Want to learn something new from you....I strongly believe that you also get something very new..English is passion...My skype id - yajoarderhimel... 

  • Edwin,

    It is so wonderful to find out that more and more people understand the general idea of thinking in a language.

    I also believe in a concept of singing a language which means that we don’t speak the language, but we sing it.

     Best wishes,


  • I do agree with the concept of "think in english talk in english." This is a great idea. This concept can be utilized as one important and effective way to improve our communication skill. I had a habbit of organizing first  my thought in my native language before translating and saying it in English. It wouldn't help enhancing our capability and ability to learn the second language, it would just hamper our progress to learn.

  • I find this moto very useful. I remember when I'd been studying at school we used to write  compositions. At the beggining I expressed my opinion in native language, but it was hard to translate right all the language features and took much time. This way is much easier and gives opportunity of rapid increasing language level. It may be hard to start, but it works :) I think that it would be useful if everybody offer a topic for discussion so that we could exercise

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