This is the true test of any language. As a language, English is the language of communication. It is the language of communication and ideas. So, should we be using our language to communicate with others or should we be using our language to communicate with ourselves? This is the “should I?” question that I get asked the most on this blog. I like my language. I like to write. I like to talk. I like to communicate.
I am not saying that English should be used as a language for everyone. But I think that there are some basic rules that must be observed. The first rule is that you should not say things that you don’t mean. You should not say “I am really busy and I need to go to the bathroom before I can use my phone” even though that is an entirely legitimate request.
It’s hard enough for me to write a post without someone asking me to clarify my meaning. That’s why I try to write in simple language. The less words I use, the less likely I am to get misunderstood.
Okay, so now that we’ve gotten rid of our grammar, let’s talk about our language. I know I’m not the only person who’s confused. Words like a, e, and i are all over the place in our language. Some are used in sentences where they mean something, while other words are used in sentences where they are not needed. Words like i and o are used in sentences that don’t need them. And then there are words like you and me.
It’s not just the language that is confusing. Our language is weird to anyone who isn’t used to the way we speak. Our speech is too fluid to be grammatically correct, and we don’t have much of a vocabulary. The only way to really learn “what your saying” is to practice. It takes practice to learn new words, it takes practice to learn new sentences, it takes practice to figure out how to say the right things to convey meaning.
The good news is that we can make a new, better vocabulary by practicing. That’s why I love this YouTube video by a guy named “Bunny”. It’s called “The Language of the English Language,” and it shows a speech sample from the English language. What is so great is that it uses the same words as our actual language, but it is in the same accent.
So I don’t know how you’re even going to make progress if you don’t use English at all.
I like the idea of using your native language to improve your vocabulary, but there are a few things I would like to mention. First of all, if you think that using “good” and “bad” is bad, you are wrong. I dont think anyone can really say “good” and “bad” accurately.
In the same vein, you can use your native language to improve your diction to avoid making mistakes as you speak. It is true that you will have to speak with more clarity to be able to speak properly, but it is also true that when you speak without thinking you lose the ability to speak effectively.
While this is true, it is also important to understand that it is not necessary to use your native language with perfect diction to avoid making mistakes that will affect your ability to speak effectively. The key is to speak slowly, and to always think about the words you use. It is also true that if you speak with more clarity than you think you can speak intelligently, then it is possible you will lose the ability to speak effectively as well.