What are the integrated skills of language?

Language has four main integrated skills:

  1. Listening: This is when you pay attention to what someone is saying and understand it. It’s like when you hear a story or a teacher talking.
  2. Speaking: This is when you use words to express yourself. Like when you talk to friends or answer questions in class.
  3. Reading: This is when you look at written words and understand their meaning. It’s like when you read a book, a sign, or a message.
  4. Writing: This is when you use words to create something on paper or a computer. It’s like when you write a letter, an essay, or even a text message.

These skills work together to help us communicate effectively in any language. If you practice all of them, you become better at using and understanding a language.