If you don’t have an English-speaking partner, use today’s lesson to practice! Speak English in a conversation with a native speaker in today’s lesson. Today’s English lesson has 3 different conversations for you to practice speaking fluent English. We are using natural English vocabulary to talk to a friend about moving to a new city. You and I will practice 3 different English conversations and you will have a chance to practice both roles in the conversation. Just like if I were teaching you English in person, we will practice the natural vocabulary and phrases, and then I will explain the phrases so that you can better understand the English conversation. Use this link to download a PDF that will teach you the vocabulary from the lesson. https://mailchi.mp/5e439c4b1586/speakwithmepdf4 Here is some more speaking practice that you don’t need to find a speaking partner for: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SvrEwd4RTfg&t=65s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SvrEwd4RTfg&t=66s I hope you enjoy today’s natural English-speaking lesson. I know that it’s not always easy, or possible to find a speaking partner and if you find these types of lessons useful make sure to give the video a thumbs up. Let me know any new vocabulary that you learned in the video. I love when English learners leave me examples in the comments, and I always love to help you understand new English phrases and vocabulary. Notice in today’s English lesson, I am talking fast, and in my natural American accent. That is because I want you to practice your listening and speaking. This lesson will give you a chance to hear how native English speakers sound in a conversation. I really chose phrases that are best for spoken English as well.