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ChatGPT Tutorial - How to use Chat GPT for Learning and Practicing English

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Say goodbye to the days of struggling to learn English! In this episode, you'll learn all about the power of Chat GPT, a revolutionary tool that can help you practice your pronunciation and hone your English skills. With Chat GPT, you can easily practice speaking out loud and get feedback on your pronunciation. So don't wait, start practicing today and see the results for yourself! If you have any questions or comments, leave them down below and we'll be sure to answer them. See you next time!"

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Are you ready to take your English skills to the next level? Well, get ready to meet your new virtual language partner, ChatGPT. This cutting edge AI model is like having a personal English tutor at your fingertips. With its ability to understand and respond to natural language, it'll make writing, grammar, and vocabulary exercises more interactive and fun. It's like having a personal English coach who's always ready to help you improve. So don't wait any longer. Let's dive in and see how ChatGPT can help you speak, write, and understand English better. Trust me, you won't regret it. I didn't come up with any of this.

You know who wrote the introduction for this video? ChatGPT! In fact, I asked it to write a text for an English teacher introducing ChatGPT to her class, and then it was kind of boring. So I asked it to make it a bit more fun, like an introduction to a YouTube video. And that's what we got. The entire introduction was written by a robot, by ChatGPT. So what is ChatGPT really? For those who are not that familiar with artificial intelligence. ChatGPT is a type of computer program that is designed to understand and generate natural language. It uses complex algorithm and a large amount of data to generate responses to questions or prompts that it receives.

Think of it as a robot that can understand and respond to human-like conversation. And in this episode, I'm going to show you a few amazing ways in which you can use ChatGPT to skyrocket your English practice. It's pretty incredible. So let's get started for real this time. One of the first things that you can do with ChatGPT is practice conversation or practice a natural dialogue. You can actually have it generate scripts for you to practice different conversations in different situations. For example, so we have an example of a back and forth conversation. So what you can do, you can actually read the conversation, see the type of language that is used and practice with it.

Or you can ask it to write a conversation at the bank. Hi, I would like to check in with you. Hi, I would like to check my account balance, please. Hey, sure thing. May I have your account number and personal identification number? Pin, please. My account number is 123456 and my pin is 1234. Now, you can also ask it to have a conversation with you and ask it to correct your answers, your writing, grammar and syntax. Take a look. Another thing you can do is prepare for a job interview together.

So you can actually ask it to simulate an interview with you where it is going to be the interviewer, Chad GPT, and you will be answering questions. And ask for feedback on your answers. Take a look. By the way, you don't have to remember everything. I have written an elaborate blog post. I have written it, not Chad GPT, with a bunch of different examples on how to use Chad GPT to practice English effectively. And there are a lot more ideas over there. So make sure you check it out. I'll link to the blog post in the description below. All right. So one more thing you can do with Chad GPT is to practice vocabulary.

For example, you can ask it for the meaning of a specific word. What is livid? And then you can ask it to use it in a sentence. Give me three example sentences using the word livid. And here's something else that's pretty cool. You can actually copy this text and paste it to any type of text-to-speech software or program, for example, natural readers. I'm going to show you how to do that. You can simply copy paste it and then have it read it to you. So you can also listen to it and not just read it. You can also practice phrasal verbs.

Can you write a short text using as many phrasal verbs as possible? You can actually spend a lot of time just asking silly questions and getting fun responses. Be careful. Another thing you can do is to practice grammar with Chad GPT. So first you can ask for an explanation on a certain grammar form or tense if you struggle with something. For example, when to use the future perfect tense. And you get a short explanation, but that is not enough. You want to see it in examples.

And one of the best ways to practice grammar, and I have an intent on and I have an entire video just about that, is to repeat certain structures and forms until you understand it subconsciously simply by the act of repetition of the same tense in the same context, but not the same sentences. So what I can do is ask it to generate example sentences for me. And then when you get those lists, you can just repeat it again and again and say it out loud or use text to speech and listen to it and repeat it back.

Which is such a great way to practice grammar, especially when you're trying to internalize the tenses that you find it really hard to get and to understand. Sometimes just the repetitions make it easier for you to understand it. And chat GPT really helps with providing you with the resources to practice it effectively. Another thing you can do is practice pronunciation with chat GPT. So no, it's not going to give you feedback, but you can create for yourself some resources to practice pronunciation. Let's say you want to practice the R. So what you can do is ask it to write a sentence with as many R's as possible.

And then you can read it out loud or use text to speech to have someone read it for you and then you can repeat it. Or let's say you want to practice the difference between sheep, ship, and reach rich tense E and lax E. So you can do something complicated like this. Please write a sentence with the words reach, rich, least, list, see, sit, leave, live. And then you just need to read it out loud and practice the difference between the tense E and the lax E within the same sentence. Now, again, just to remind you, everything is listed in my blog post with a lot of additional examples and prompts so that you can use that.

And you don't have to come up with your own ideas to practice effectively, whether it's a conversation, grammar, pronunciation, and anything else you'd like to practice. Another thing that chat GPT can do for you is to simplify a complicated text. So for example, you can take an article from the New York Times that you might have some trouble understanding. You can copy paste it into chat GPT and ask it to simplify the article. And then it can rewrite it in a simpler language. You can also write that it's for an intermediate or a beginner level speaker of English, and then it will write the text or rewrite the text accordingly.

Another incredible thing that chat GPT can help you out with is writing. So for example, if you need to write an email, you can write a draft and then copy and paste it into chat GPT and ask it to make it more friendly or to make it more formal depending on who you're writing to. So no more sitting in front of the computer trying to figure out what to write and how to write it. Now, mind you that everything that I suggested here has to do with writing, rewriting, practicing conversation, getting feedback. You can also ask for information, but please take into consideration that it's not always accurate.

So this is why I don't necessarily recommend that if you want to learn English in depth, then maybe you should use some more traditional resources to learn things that are a little more than just the explanation of a word or a certain grammar form. So to conclude, chat GPT is an incredible tool. I think I said chat GPT is an incredible tool. I've used chat GPT like 600 times today. It is an incredible tool to help you practice English effectively. It's also a lot of fun and it's like a game. You can totally gamify your English practice. However, please remember that it will never replace a real human interaction, which is the essence of communicating in English.

It is a great tool for you to practice when you are on your own, no one else to practice with, but it's not ideal to help you learn how to have a real conversation and overcome the fear of speaking with others and generating real fluency, especially when you are the one who is speaking and not just writing. So please remember that no matter what technology you may offer, there is nothing like the real human interaction. And by the way, if you want to find partners for conversation and practice speaking freely to others, you can definitely check out the influencer community, our free English practice community that is incredible and a safe and creative space for you to practice English with real humans.

Now let's make it even more exciting and let me know in the comments below. How do you practice your English with chat GPT? And definitely go check out my blog post with a bunch of other different examples on how to practice using this tool. All right. That's it. If you enjoyed this video, consider sharing it and liking it and subscribing to my channel. You can also check out my website at HadarShamish. com where you can sign up for my weekly newsletter to get the weekly lesson into your inbox every single week and I also have a bunch of other resources for you to download for free, have a beautiful, beautiful rest of the day and I'll see you next week.

In the next video. Bye. .



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