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When you write a sentence, you also read it. So the incorrect sentence becomes “toxic input” for your brain. The next time you write a message, you will be more likely to write “ I want finish” or “ I want be happy”. Why? Because “ I want speak English” is fresh in your head — you recently used it! And when you write “I want
Every time you write or speak with mistakes, you reinforce those mistakes. As you repeat your mistakes, you develop bad habits. If you make a lot of mistakes, practice becomes a harmful activity because it teaches you more bad English than good English. Some learners make so many mistakes that the more they practice, the worse their English becomes!What about “learning from your mistakes”?
The only way you can learn something from your mistakes is when somebody corrects them. If you say an incorrect sentence, and if someone points out the mistake and tells you the proper way to express your meaning, then your knowledge of English increases.
You may therefore think that speaking or writing with mistakes is not so bad because it is a chance to fix your errors and learn something new. Unfortunately, this is true only if you have a checker — a competent person who will correct your mistakes. If you don’t have a checker, speaking or writing with mistakes will only give you bad habits.
If you’re thinking that an English teacher could be your checker, consider this:
*) One example I remember in particular was when my non-native English teacher had my class write a movie summary. My summary was about Star Wars: A New Hope and I decided to put my teacher to a little test: I included the entire Star Wars “opening crawl” (the introductory text that “crawls” across the screen when the movie starts) as the second paragraph of my essay, word for word. I wasn’t very surprised when I got the essay back: my teacher had marked two grammar errors in that paragraph! I was smart enough not to tell him who the real author of these “errors” was.
What about “random native speakers”? This category includes any native speakers who are not your teachers: your American friends, Australian penpals, native speakers on Internet forums, or just regular people around you, if you are in an English-speaking country. Can they be effective checkers?
Not likely. In general, native speakers will not correct your mistakes! As long as they can understand what you mean, they will completely ignore all your mistakes in grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation. For example, the message below is perfectly understandable and could easily pass uncorrected:
I am want make question for knowing how to able speak English proper way. I need of a internet learn book for American word of slang. I will thank your help for life.
As a case in point, I get a lot of e-mail from English learners. I love English and I like correcting mistakes. But I almost never point out mistakes. Why? Because if I did, it would often take me 10 more minutes to reply to a message. And I usually don’t have 10 more minutes.
Besides, even if you had a checker who gave you great feedback whenever you spoke or wrote an English sentence, you would have another problem: what to do with the feedback. If someone gives you a list of 20 mistakes that you made in the last 10 minutes, what are you going to do with it? Seeing or hearing the corrected version of your sentences may not be enough to “overwrite” the bad English you put in your head by saying incorrect sentences. How are you going to make sure these 20 mistakes don’t turn into bad habits? There are ways to do it – the best one is probably to add the corrected versions of your sentences to your SRS and review them many times – but this certainly takes time and effort.
Related pages For a more in-depth discussion, read “Mistakes in language learning” and this forum topic.
In conclusion, “learning from your mistakes” sounds good, but it is hard to do in practice, because making mistakes is not enough — you still need somebody to give you feedback. And you need a system for putting that feedback in your head.Solution: Stop making mistakes!
We have said that when you practice, you reinforce your mistakes, and that you cannot rely on feedback from other people. We have also said that you need practice to learn English.
There is a simple solution to this paradox: Never make mistakes! Before you conclude that we have completely lost it, please read what one of us (Michal Ryszard Wojcik) has written about his experiences:
You can speak and write with almost no mistakes, too.FAQ“But if I’m afraid of making a mistake, I will never open my mouth!”
You will not be afraid to make a mistake if you know how to say things in English. You will know how to say things in English if you get enough input — that is, if you keep reading and listening to correct English sentences. Input gives you intuition. After a while, many correct English phrases will sound correct to you — you will intuitively know that they’re correct because you will have seen them or heard them many times. Because you will be sure they’re correct, you will not be afraid to say them.
Don’t believe that it’s possible? Consider that you probably already have an intuition about some simple English sentences. “I don’t like it” and “Give it to me” probably sound correct to you, while “ I don’t likes it” and “ Give it to I” sound wrong. Why do they sound wrong? Because you’ve been reading and listening to English. All you have to do is keep getting input, and you’ll have the same intuition about other sentences.“I make a lot mistakes when I speak English—what should I do?”“But you cannot learn anything without mistakes!”
Of course nobody is perfect and some mistakes will occur. But this doesn’t mean that we should just give up and ignore the problem of mistakes completely. When you look at English sentences produced by learners, there is a big difference between a learner who carelessly writes (or speaks) sentence after sentence, and a learner who is trying to avoid mistakes. Although you cannot avoid all mistakes, you can eliminate more than 90% of them by getting lots of input and being very careful when writing or speaking.“Can I ever make a mistake on purpose?”
Yes. Sometimes you can say or write something which you think is wrong. You can do it if you want to learn how to say something in English. For example, if you are talking to a native speaker, you can do this:
Notice that this technique is only safe if:Mistakes and pronunciation
The advice about avoiding mistakes also applies to pronunciation. This is discussed in this article.
It is close to the truth that I have never written an incorrect English sentence.
I knew many grammatical structures and I used only those that I knew. My sentences were similar to sentences which I knew to be correct. I followed good examples, so all my sentences were good.
In the beginning, I could write only very simple sentences, but all the simple sentences were correct. Then as I advanced, I added more and more complicated structures, and again all my sentences were correct.
Because of this approach, I was never reinforcing bad habits. I never had any bad habits! From the beginning, I copied only correct sentences. With every sentence that I wrote, I reinforced my good habits.
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