The best way to be able to speak a foreign language fluently is to speak it a lot. It is very simple and makes sense. You can find a Language Exchange partner on the internet, and chat with him via Skype or other tools.
I know, but I still feel embarrassed. It would take a long time to speak even a simple, easy sentence, and I will make many mistakes. Don't you think so?
Well, don't worry. Your partner won't expect you to speak perfect sentences.
Do you remember this post? don't be embarrassed to make mistakes ：）
I've written some basic and useful phrases for Language Exchange in a previous post. (Japanese Phrases for Language Exchange) In this post, I'm gonna introduce you some additional expressions.
/etto... chotto matte/
Let's see... Wait a moment
Yeah, that's right
/wuun, nante iu-no kana/
Hmm... How can I say..
/n? dou iu koto?/
Hmm? What do you mean?
Well, I mean...
/gomen, yoku kikoe-nai/
Sorry, I can't hear you well
Can you tell me if I make a mistake?
Do you understand?
What do you think?
Oops, I made a mistake
/sou ja nakute/
It's not what I mean but...
I've written some basic and useful phrases for Language Exchange in a previous post. Please check it out! Japanese Phrases for Language Exchange
Let me know if you want to know how to say any phrases in Japanese. ：）