You can’t suddenly just do something you have never experienced. On the other hand, you can easily do anything you are practicing every day. Since your body has learned it, you can perform it without thinking. Therefore, you can only learn things that you can continue every day. It’s not as easy as it sounds.…
The act of asking others a question is another powerful way to learn. It helps you reflect on yourself and develop your imagination.
Voicing out a phrase and listening to yourself is the way to learn to practice English. You can only practice one spoken line in one breath, which becomes the unit of practicing. You can start developing your imagination of words from here too.
First, get used to the English rhythmic pattern. Then, start your physical movement practice, like moving your chin, tongue, lips, throat, etc.
Raise your head, and don’t try to read the letters. Don’t worry too much about correctness. Instead, try to vocalize the whole phrase with a proper rhythm. This practice only takes you a second or two.
The most practical way to learn English is to listen to phrases vocalized in one breath and to recite them. The majority of vocal expressions in a phrase takes 1-2 seconds to say. We learn a language by repeating this process.
Learning a language is physical exercise. To speak is to change sounds by breathing out. It’s very much like sports or musical performance; you must acquire how to breathe, keep posture, and move muscles.