You can learn English through stories easily. Listen to our stories and answer the easy questions out loud to learn English speaking. In fact, this is the most fun and effective way of learning English. So you can learn new vocabulary, practice English listening and improve your speaking skills as well.
Now listen to the story. Then you will hear many questions about the story. You must answer every question. If you need some extra time, use your pause button and answer the question. So you will practise English listening and speaking.
Learn English Through Story
If you want to speak English fluently you need to practice repeatedly, every day. So use our method to learn English through stories and improve your speaking skills fast. English listening is the key to speak English fluently. So you need to practice English listening and speaking every day for at least 15 minutes.
If you use our course, you can learn English through stories with our audio lessons. You will also learn English grammar and new vocabulary with the stories. Especially you are going to learn kitchen vocabulary and food vocabulary in this lesson.
How to practice English with Stories
Okay, you can watch our practicing story number 21 in the above video. Please listen to this story many times, as usual. Remember, pause and answer the questions, if necessary. If you’re fast, you can answer the questions without pausing. But, if you need some extra time, pause and answer the questions. If possible, if you’re alone, shout the answers!
When you listen to our English stories, you should have a strong body, standing up, big smile and shout your answers very strong! Feel confident. Feel strong when you speak English.
Reading English Story
The Neighborhood Picnic
It was the day of the neighborhood picnic. Mary needed to bake her apple pie so she could share it with her neighbors. She got out her recipe and ingredients. She had flour, salt, apples, and cinnamon, but no sugar! Without sugar, the pie would not be sweet enough.
Mary went to her next-door neighbor to ask for some sugar. Her neighbor’s name was Ron. Mary knocked on Ron’s door three times. Ron answered the door.
“Hi, Mary,” said Ron.
“Hi, Ron,” said Mary. “I’m baking a pie for the picnic and I don’t have any sugar. Do you have some that I can borrow?”
“Sure,” said Ron. “I was just making lemonade for the picnic, so the sugar is right here. How much do you need?”
“I need one cup of sugar,” said Mary.
There was one cup of sugar sitting on the counter. Ron picked it up. “Here you go,” he said, and he gave the cup of sugar to Mary.
“Thank you so much, Ron!” said Mary. “I will see you later at the picnic.”
Mary went home with the cup of sugar. She baked the apple pie.
Later, Mary walked by herself to the picnic with her apple pie. She placed her apple pie on a table under a tree. When she turned around, she saw Ron.
“Hi, Ron,” said Mary. “Thanks again for the sugar. I hope you will have some apple pie!” “You’re welcome, Mary,” said Ron. “I will have some pie! Would you try some of my lemonade?”
Ron poured Mary a cup of lemonade. Mary drank a sip and puckered her lips. The lemonade was so sour!
Ron smiled. “I’m sorry about the sour taste. Next time I won’t give away my last cup of sugar!” Ron and Mary laughed.
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As we mentioned before, you can learn English through stories fast. But why are stories powerful? Stories are ancient. (Ancient means very very old) for thousands of years, humans learned through stories. Before writing, people learned history, science, and religion with stories. (also see: Storytelling to learn English)
Reason number 1: stories are very easy to remember. Stories give context to information. Context means a natural situation a connection. In other words, the information in a story is connected. For example, new vocabulary is connected to the characters, the action, the images in the story. You don’t learn the new word alone. You learn the new English word connected to the story. When you think of the new word you can imagine the part of the story it is connected to. So you remember new English vocabulary much faster when you learn it from a story. The same is true with English grammar and pronunciation.
Reason 2: Stories are naturally emotional. Even a simple story has some emotion. Stories can be funny, scary, surprising, frustrating, happy. And when we connect emotion to information, we learn English faster and we remember it longer. So if you want to learn English fast and speak it fluently, you should use short stories for learning English.
Reason 3: Stories are more interesting and enjoyable. Because stories have emotion, characters, conflict (that means fighting or struggle or difficulty) they are naturally interesting to us. Obviously, it is much more fun to listen to a story than to study a textbook. Because it’s more fun you want to do it more often and for a longer time. With stories you listen longer and more often, learn faster, remember longer and enjoy it more. That’s why listening to stories is the best way to learn English.
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