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The function and significance of learning English communicat
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1. Oral English can help students to enrich their vocabulary.

Isolated words are not easy to remember, and the statement, the article is a plot, the word in the sentence, the connection is more convenient to remember. Students often practice oral English, exposure to new words, sentence patterns are increasing. It is helpful for students to use common words and phrases flexibly.

2. Oral English can improve oral expression ability.

Only at the beginning of learning English, pay attention to pronunciation, intonation, bold imitation, correct the mouth and tongue position in time, can we speak standard English. For the training of students' oral English expression ability, oral English training is more important. Its functions are twofold. First, as mentioned above, oral training helps students break through psychological barriers. If a student dares to speak English aloud, he dares to speak English. After study and practice, students will no longer be "dumb" who can speak English. Second, repeated spoken English texts aloud, especially after a long time, can make students form a certain sense of language, and initially develop the habit of thinking in English.

3. Oral English training helps to develop students' sense of language.

Language learning must cultivate language sense, language sense plays a very important role in learning a language. Language sense is the core factor of one's English quality, which emphasizes the intuitive feeling of language and words and finally the realization of language and words quickly. Language sense is generated by the acquired cultivation. In the practice of speech, various senses such as hearing and vision constantly accumulate language knowledge through contact with language materials, and realize their pronunciation, semantics, intonation and tone. Over a long period of time, they gradually cultivate their perception of language.

4. Oral English can promote the development of students' listening and thinking ability.

Teaching teachers to read or play recordings of texts can keep students' attention and arouse their perception and imagination. These concrete images can not only help students to enhance the memory of vocabulary and language structure, but also enhance students' sense of language.

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