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  1. I do NOT have the ability to express my thoughts concisely in practice. I think that one of the reasons is that the speech rate is too fast. I don't have time to think of the next word and say something awkward.�

    Maybe my example will also point out your mistake

  2. The first thing that will help you is books. No matter how banal, but it works. You'll be surprised how you can express your thoughts more easily after reading good literature. Someone else's example is contagious)�

    Second, try to replace ordinary words. For example: “cool” to “awesome”, “impressive”. When you correspond with a person, look for synonyms �and избегайте and avoid tautologies.

  3. the first thing I recommend is to analyze the dialog before it takes place. that is, go through all the development options in advance�

    the second is to keep everything in your head in place. when there is chaos in your head (as, for example, I have now), it is quite possible that thinking will be fine, but when you need to express your thoughts, you need to look for suitable words and images in different parts of your head, which takes a long time (as I have now)

    the third option is to tune in to the wave. then thoughts go on their own and you should not think too much (that is, this barrier created by chaos is being broken and the necessary flow of words begins to break through itself)

  4. Conversational speech usually looks easy and relaxed. Let's try to understand what makes it so.

    1) We don't use complex constructions in conversation. No wild turns with-uyuschimi and-ayuschimi. We replace everything with simple sentences with a simple subject-predicate basis.

    2) In colloquial speech, there are usually no clerical or official features, unless you want a comical effect from your words. That is, words like “domleet”, which everyone loves (but not everyone understands), immediately make speech sooo forced and still pull terrible, clumsy wording. Dominating is not “putting pressure on someone”, but “being enough”, and this is a hopelessly outdated, beautiful, but not recommended word for use by anyone at all. Just in case.

    3) Our colloquial speech, as a rule, is all structured in such a way that we are understood when we tell a story, describe a subject, analyze a situation, etc. Try to talk about difficult things as if you are telling your friends or parents. When you don't need to “look” special in public, but just want to get your message across.

  5. Thinking is influenced by the norms of language, logic, culture, and experience. The most common methods of thinking are identification of common things, comparison, comparison, isolation, doubt, similarity. In addition to similarity, the usual repetition in a variation of the form of thought presentation is often used for additional information. There can be methods of conducting reasoning from the particular to the general or from the general to the particular. The most convenient way to prove something is to argue from the opposite, proving the impossibility. For example, it is easier to say that there can be no humanity or democracy than to say directly that there is humanity, etc.

    Reasoning is best conducted from the arguments of the opponent. And it should always be remembered that no one is ever interested in arguments and truths, but only take into account the interests of their immediate environment, with which they have communication and common affairs.

    In this regard, we should keep in mind the most common methods of establishing a false logical connection:”Hitler was a vegetarian, you only need to be like this to be a vegetarian”, “you say so because you don't smoke yourself”, “this is what the troechniki say”, “you say so because you are from Russia”, “You say so because you are not from Ukraine”, “this is what the authority says, don't you believe him” – the error described here is based on replacing the appeal to arguments with an ad hominem appeal to “personality traits”.

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