Language is social. We have developed language as a species to communicate with others, exchange ideas and concepts and convey information. There is no point in speaking if there is nobody else to listen, so we learn and develop any language in a context of social interaction, especially our mother tongue. We master our first language by listening to other people and absorbing what we would later call vocabulary, grammar, semantics and prosodics among other elements.
It is reasonable to say that learning any language other than our mother tongue should follow the same process. It is in interaction with other speakers or writers that we truly develop our language skills. So if you want to learn English, the best way to do it is to interact with people who are already proficient in the language, so you can learn from them when you exchange words and talk to them. Read More...
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