If you desire to learn English online you must decide if you are able to afford numerous programs that are available online at a cost. If you decide to learn to speak English online at little to no cost, you must be willing to be creative and persevere.
Another key point in learning English online is that the student understands that English spoken in the United Kingdom, the United States, and Australia have verbal expressions and arrangement of words that make it difficult for English speaking natives to understand the other without effort.
Learn to speak English online by visiting the site YouTube. Many private citizens and groups have videos that are aimed at helping non-English speaking persons. Some of these people create videos to get you to come to their website and buy their products that teach people to speak English. Still, the YouTube videos that are free often teach enough English that by watching them repeatedly, you will begin to speak and understand the English language.
Another inexpensive way to learn to speak English online is to rent movies with subtitles in your language. Subtitles are words that appear on the screen in written language. If you play a small scene, stop and practice speaking what the movie characters are saying in English. You will know what the characters are saying by the subtitles in your language. This can also be helpful to master the nuances of modern day English.
Please, be aware that some of the words used in the movie character’s dialogue may be considered foul language, curse words, or words that are slang to a particular culture and may be offensive. Practice the speech repeatedly, paying close attention to the subtitles, which often are delayed and just past what has just been spoken in English.
Notice what the characters in the movies are doing. Does it match what the subtitles are saying? Again, you may have to pay for the movie, but you have a couple of hours to learn English online. A suggestion to consider is to order online movies rated “G” or “PG” to avoid learning words that might be offensive.