@sfudaf96 By taking various approaches , there’s no best single way in particular but rather a best mix of approaches which would really depend on your learning style.
There’s a lot of areas where they hardly swear, otherwise it’s just common language. A lot of people wrongly use it out of anger and base it on anger but others including myself simply use it as an emphasis whether it’s favorable or unfavorable of something. It’s kinda like asking why in certain languages they have ways of making words more casual or honorific - it simply serves an emphasis in conveying human thought
1.Watch movies and shows in English with subtitles until you can not use the subtitles. 2.Chat with a Native speaker and see what new words and phrases you can learn. 3.Find some apps to use that help with pronunciation and grammar.
Movies and TV shows! I also recommend reading English books in order to learn grammar and punctuation. Practicing with a native would also be very helpful.
Also, not all Americans swear a lot when they talk. In fact, it's considered kinda rude to swear in public (especially around kids and in professional settings). I only ever swear if I'm with friends to be honest.
So please do not get confused and think you will sound more native if you cuss a lot.
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