How to improve English Speaking?

20/02/2019 By
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Express yourself and speak!

Take initiatives to be confident and speak as often as possible with people around you: your teachers, friends, classmates, or your work colleagues etc.  Even, if your English is slow and simple, don’t worry you are doing great!

Follow the simple steps to tell the secret of how to be a fluent English speaker!

Imitate Native Pronunciation

You can be a fluent English speaker by considering this easy tip! Open tutorial videos on YouTube channels that show you the English lip and tongue positions for every word of native English speakers watch and imitate their pronunciation and speaking style.

Take advantage of the thousands of native speakers in your immediate community, such as your friends, their families, your coworkers, classmates, employees at the coffee shops, supermarket, post office and other places you visit.

Listen and practice in front of the mirror and you can even record yourself and compare to the one in the videos or to a native speaker you are talking to!

Challenge yourself every day to speak without stopping or thinking about the grammar structure!

You can make mistakes and correct yourself No one is perfect you know! focus on fluency always

 Don’t wait until you think your level is good enough, It’s never too late to build your English skills.

 

Try English Tongue Twisters

Tongue twisters are a series of words that are difficult to say quickly. The first concept that tongue twisters teach is alliteration. You will repeat the same sounds over and over.

Here are some tongue twisters to help improve pronunciation skills try them

  • Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.
  • A peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked
  • If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers
  • Where’s the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked?

Or you can try

  • Betty Botter bought some butter.
  • But she said the butter’s bitter.
  • If I put it in my batter, it will make my batter bitter
  • But a bit of better butter will make my batter better
  • So ‘was better Betty Botter bought a bit of better butter.

I Know you like it, let’s try the third one!

  • How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
  • A woodchuck would chuck how much a woodchuck would chuck if a woodchuck would chuck wood

It’s not that hard right? If you make it this far then you are able to be a fluent English speaker! Don’t wait until you think your level is good enough to practice, take it as a game and you will end up perfecting the language!

 

Mix up your resources

Use the variety of resources you have available online to reach your objective in speaking fluently! From your own computer and while browsing Google you can get access the best English learning websites on the net that you keep seeing like hundred times but exclusively on our website you can get access to tip and test once at all.

You can also be listening to international Radio like Scientific American, CBC, BBC and Australia’s ABC etc.

Start your own Karaoke at home!  sounds fun right! Pick a list of 3 songs per week google the lyrics and follow the rhythm, you will end up learning new words with good pronunciation.

Do you want Another bonus?

Try to compose new sentences with these new words and write them down in your notebook, it will stick in your mind forever!

Do not forget about Watching TV and movies with an English subtitle so you can listen to the word and read it at the same time!  There’s an important process when watching movies

Here’s How to improve your English using movies?

1. Browse the movie with a subtitle in your first language to understand the story in all before watching
2. Watch with English subtitles and check the words

. Remember you will never learn a new thing without understanding the meaning of the words. Press Pause and take your time to look up new words using a dictionary to understand them.

3. Imitate the actors when they speak!

Listen and repeat what you hear as quickly as you can. Repetition makes your body understand pronunciation and intonation.

4. Repeat phases 2 and 3 over and over

Your pronunciation, fluency, and intonation will be improved with thorough repetition. Repeat the same process over and over until you get bored.

5. Turn the subtitle off

Try to re-watch the same movie after one week but without a subtitle if you feel comfortable with that and you really understand the actors when they speak then congratulations!  you made a great improvement in your English.


Take different kinds of classes:

Take classes on different subjects! it’s the best importunity to practice new vocabulary and speak new words.

There’s a variety of classes that you can choose: business classes, travel classes, and many other topicalized English classes. Heck, if you’re into cooking, cooking classes, science class, IT classes, Marketing classes, design classes etc. Maybe there’s an intramural sports team or gym class you could join? If you find something you’re interested in, you’ll be interested in it in English, too.

Speaking opportunities are always there if the teacher asks for group discussion or to work in the group it’s the right timing to speak up!

Don’t limit yourself

Find out reasons to speak English everywhere you go! not only in your college, university or at your work. Join the social clubs organized in different language center for free, or English corners in different Embassies etc. You will learn from people with the same interest as you and its great way for distraction and entertainment!

Make your house a Welcoming place for foreigners so no need to travel abroad to practice the language people will come to your place and exchange their cultures and language with you

You can have a look at different websites such as Airbnb, Hospitality Club or Couchsurfing. Then you’ll improve your English by having a random conversion with your guests!

 

Read also:

How to improve your English level?

Improve your English Vocabulary!

 

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