A．Practise speaking as often as you can—even speaking to yourself is good practice. Try recording yourself whenever you can.
B．It helps if you can learn with someone else. If you can persuade a friend or family member to study with you, it will make you keep working. Decide on the time to meet and set goals for the week. And test each other regularly.
C．Practise improvising (即兴的) ways of getting your meaning across, even if you don’t know the exact words or phrases. Think of things you might want to say whenever you have time. An example is the use of tenses. Use facial expressions, hand movements, anything to get your meaning across.
D．Guesswork is important in learning a new language. When listening to recorded material, you aren't expected to understand everything the first round. If you play the same piece several times, you will most probably understand something new each time. Learn to make maximum use of all the clues you can pick up.
E．A wide vocabulary is the key to successful language learning, but don't try to learn too much vocabulary at once.
F．If you are the person on the bus, street or restaurant asking how you can improve your English, you are on the right track. The only way to improve your speaking is by speaking. Don't worry about a bad accent or forgetting words or not being understood.
46．Margret Lillian’s pronunciation is poor. And she doesn’t know how to improve her pronunciation. She is very worried and doesn't know what to do.
47．Alice Fingelhamm has difficulty in understanding the meaning of the English text. So she looks up the new words in the dictionary in order to understand everything. However, she made little progress in English.
48．Although Peter Florian wants to communicate with people on the bus when he is on the way home, he is afraid of being laughed at because of his poor accent.
49．Lynne Nagata can’t express herself clearly in English because she sometimes forgets some key words and doesn't know the tenses exactly.
50．Jack Anderson’s vocabulary is very small. He is very anxious to improve his English. Therefore, he wants to enlarge his vocabulary in a short time and tries his best to memorize new words as many as possible at a time.