Talk-to-ChatGPT extension allows users to talk with the AI using their voice (speech recognition), and listen to the bot’s answer with a voice (text-to-speech), rather than typing.
10 Prompts for Beginners to Learn English
- Introduce yourself: Write a short paragraph introducing yourself, including your name, where you’re from, and a few things you like to do.
- Describe your daily routine: Write a few sentences describing what you do every day, such as waking up, brushing your teeth, going to work or school, eating meals, and going to bed.
- Talk about your family: Write a short paragraph describing your family, including how many siblings you have, their ages, and what they do.
- Discuss your hobbies: Write a few sentences about your hobbies or interests, such as playing sports, watching movies, reading books, or listening to music.
- Describe your favorite food: Write a short paragraph about your favorite food, including what it is, how it’s prepared, and why you like it.
- Tell a story: Write a short story about a memorable experience you had, such as a trip you took, a funny moment, or a challenging situation you overcame.
- Write a letter: Write a letter to a friend or family member, describing what you’ve been up to lately and asking about their life.
- Discuss current events: Write a few sentences about a current event, such as a news story or a cultural phenomenon, and share your opinion on it.
- Describe a picture: Find a picture online or in a magazine and describe what you see in it, including the people, objects, and setting.
- Discuss your future goals: Write a short paragraph about your future goals, such as where you’d like to travel, what career you’d like to pursue, or what skills you’d like to learn.
10 Prompts for Advanced English Learners to Improve their Communication Skills
- Conduct an interview: Conduct an interview with an AI language model, asking interesting and insightful questions and practicing your communication skills.
- Discuss a complex topic: Discuss a complex topic, such as artificial intelligence or climate change, and practice expressing your ideas and understanding the perspectives of others.
- Collaborate on a project: Collaborate with others on a project, such as creating a research paper or designing a website, and practice your communication skills by working together effectively.
- Write creatively: Practice your creative writing skills, such as by writing a short story or a poem, and share your writing with others to receive feedback and improve your communication skills.
- Participate in a language exchange: Connect with someone who speaks English as their first language and practice your communication skills by engaging in conversations and exchanging ideas.
- Practice persuasive writing: Practice your persuasive writing skills by writing an argumentative essay or a letter to convince someone of your viewpoint.
- Play a language learning game: Play a language learning game, such as a word association or a fill-in-the-blank game, and practice your communication skills while having fun.
- Learn new vocabulary: Learn new vocabulary by asking for definitions or synonyms of words you don’t know, and practice using them in sentences to improve your communication skills.
- Participate in a group discussion: Participate in a group discussion with others on a topic of your choice, and practice your communication skills by expressing your ideas and engaging with the perspectives of others.
- Teach someone else: Teach someone else about a topic you’re knowledgeable about, such as a hobby or a subject you’re studying, and practice your communication skills by explaining complex ideas in a clear and understandable way.
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