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English learners should not think that mistakes, or errors, are bad.
One American language expert advises that language learners should instead see errors as signs of progress.
Alex Poole is a professor of English and interim department head of modern languages at Western Kentucky University.
One common problem is that English learners think too much about errors instead of communication.
"The goal is to be able to communicate in practical terms.
If you have an error, the only time you should worry about it is if it causes communication breakdown," Poole said.
Poole has some useful ideas about ways English learners can use errors.
When you are speaking with a native English speaker, there are two kinds of things you can do to look for errors, Poole said.
The first is to look for misunderstanding or other signs of confusion.
For example, perhaps a person gives an unusual response to something you said.
You can then ask them directly what the problem is.
英语学习者不应该认为犯错是坏事。
一位美国语言专家建议,语言学习者应该把错误看作进步的标志。
亚历克斯・普尔是西肯塔基大学英语教授兼现代语言系临时系主任。
一个常见的问题是英语学习者太多地考虑错误而不是交流。
“我们的目标是能够以实际的方式进行交流。
如果你犯了一个错误,只有在它会导致交流中断时才需要担忧。
普尔对英语学习者利用错误的方法有一些实用的想法。
普尔说,当你和一个以英语为母语的人交谈时,有两种方法可以用来查找错误。
首先是寻找误解或其他造成混淆的迹象。
例如,也许一个人对你说的话做出了不同寻常的反应,
你就可以直接问他们问题出在哪里。
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