When it comes to written and spoken English, I want to ask you these questions:
Does writing a lot help you speak better?
Does speaking a lot help you write better?
Think about it.
If you ask me, my answer to both questions is no.
I have lots of theories when it comes to language, and this is one of them. There are four elements in learning a foreign, or any language: reading, writing, listening and speaking. Here are what I think of the four and their relations to each other:
- Reading a lot help you write better
- Writing a lot help you write better
- Listening a lot help you speak better
- Speaking a lot help you speak better even more
Familiarity with written words, through reading, helps you in the process of composing words in writing. Familiarity with spoken words, through listening, helps you in the process of composing words verbally.
And of course, ultimately, as we all know, the more you write, the better you write; the more you speak, the better you speak.
On an irrelevant note, I think if you love writing, you most likely love talking too. So in that regard, most bloggers are big talkers.