Last week, I wrote about the need for good English skills in the tourism and heritage industries and that you don’t need to speak English fluently to get the job done. Instead, I recommended aiming for functional fluency, which is a narrower approach to vocabulary and grammar.
Ideally, you would have a great English trainer (like me 🙂) to help you reach functional fluency, but not everyone has that option. So, here’s the technique I developed to help you build your confidence giving tours in English.
Start by writing the tour in your own language. Remember: you are telling a … Read the rest