(This entry is not for just beginners)
250 words of verb will make your speaking skills better.
As you know, a language has so many words that often afflict non native speakers, and some learners try to spend the much of time remembering thousand of words blindly. One of my Japanese friends knows much more English words than me but his speaking skills are not fine.
Many learners are already adult, so some people may be eager to use an intellectual word in conversation, but those words are relatively limited on the situation. Therefore such learners hesitate to say something in English instead of using really simple words.
So, I want you to look back your actual life. How many words you always say in a day? How many verbs you usually use in your mother tongue? That is probably possible to write them down all if you are kinda introvert:P If not, that is also easy to do so. Limited to a daily conversion, the most important words in a language is not so much, I guess.
When it comes to English, combination of a preposition and simple verbs like "do", "have" or "take" confuses me so many times. So, I need to remember some combinations of 250 words, though.lol
While talking with an English native speaker, I often make a lot of mistakes about conjugation forms but we actually can communicate with each other. A verb is the leader of conversation.
In conclusion, if you are wondering your speaking skills what do you say to concentrating to remember only 250 words of basic verbs? If you master a correct and appropriate usage of simple verbs, your speaking skills will be better.
Thank you for your time^^
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