You can learn to speak Chinese fluently through the following skills,5 tips to speak Chinese well:
1. Don’t focus on grammar
Although learning basic grammar rules may help to learn Chinese, it is important not to pay too much attention to grammar. If your only goal is to pass the exam, it is necessary to learn Chinese grammar. However, only a few Chinese speakers know every grammatical rule. If you want to learn to speak Chinese as fluently as a native, you should not pay too much attention to grammar. Many foreign learners master grammar better than native Chinese speakers, which leads to their differences in oral style. Focusing on speaking like a native will make you progress faster. You can make sentences naturally rather than considering the rules when making sentences.
2. Often listen to and read simple Chinese
Simple Chinese is the best. Don’t listen to difficult Chinese. You can’t learn anything. Simple Chinese, such as cartoons and children’s books is good for beginners.
3. Start thinking in Chinese
Before making sentences, don’t translate the words in your mother tongue into Chinese, just train yourself to think in Chinese. After all, in some cases, the order of words in a sentence may be completely different, which will only slow you down. In addition, if you think in Chinese, it will be easier for you to use the correct grammar and say what you really mean.
Language learning does not depend on your intelligence level. It has been proved that anyone can learn to speak any language. When you were a child, you learned your mother tongue by immersing yourself in your mother tongue. Everything you want to communicate must be in that language. Even if native speakers of Chinese can use their mother tongue fluently, you can use this immersion technique to learn Chinese faster by speaking Chinese often. You can also listen to Chinese constantly on your iPod and only watch Chinese movies.
5. Expand your vocabulary
Even if your Chinese is not as good as you think, you can learn more if you add new words to your speech every day. Focusing only on your familiar vocabulary will hinder your progress in language learning. Start using new Chinese words and phrases until you get used to them, and then add more.