An individual who is keen on simply putting his message across may not be totally mindful of right utilization of sentence structure, as his essential target is just to pass on his/her message across by utilizing any methods for correspondence accessible to them, which incorporate flagging, rewording, flagging and coordinating. Thusly, over some stretch of time, these individuals gain proficiency with a self-adjusted strategy for talking.
They discover that their blunders in subject-action word understanding (e.g.- 'she' rather than 'her', 'us' rather than 'we') are not influencing their exchange of the message to their audience members, so they start to subliminally disregard certain principles of language structure in any event, when they are acquainted with it, prepared in it and requested to speak with it.
This marvel is designated "fossilization", where a speaker keeps on committing similar errors again and again, regardless of whether he knows the right use, essentially in light of the fact that he is supported by the way that his message is getting comprehended without him not submitting to the guidelines of sentence structure.
Speakers like these should be supported in a domain where their intended interest group urges them to talk in straightforward and exact English, and request that they rehash themselves when they commit such errors. This will in the end help these speakers disguise the right use, instead of putting away all the uses for a brief timeframe and afterward overlooking them when the testing situation like assessment, assessment, introduction changes.
The Art of Paraphrasing
In spite of having a wide jargon empowers you to talk smoothly and precisely in English, not knowing the correct word for something you need to make reference to shouldn't imprint your certainty as well. Many individuals feel unreliable about talking in English for the dread of not having the option to locate the correct words. In cases like these, they ought to return to an extremely successful strategy called "rewording"
Summarizing is a method of utilizing an elective word or sentence to portray something you needed to state, for instance, rather than saying 'rhinoceros', you could state − "you know? That creature with a horn on its head?", or rather than continue', you could state − 'that archive you should provide for the HR'
At the point when you address somebody, it's a two way correspondence. Both are similarly critical to be a piece of the discussion. On the off chance that your audience members lose intrigue while you hang tight for the correct word, the discussion may get over rapidly. Summarizing will permit you to proceed with your talking while at the same time including the audience members by requesting that they help you out with the privilege word(s).
Speaker − "I went to... what do you call it? Where they keep creatures?"
Audience − Yes, yes... a zoo. You went to the zoo? Stunning!
Isn't it obvious? The audience feels he has a section in helping you talk and consequently, will esteem the discussion substantially more.