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SPEAK FLUENT ENGLISH
Monday, July 9th, 2012
can I speak fluent English? This is one of the many questions asked by
people who are attempting to conquer English as a secondary language.
Here are a few tips on how you can improve your English speaking skills:
is the key to fluency; practice where you can, when you can. Any
practice is good, whether the person you are speaking to is native or
not. It is important to build your confidence; don’t be shy. Start with
simple sentences, and speak with the English that you already know. Use
words and phrases that you know in new situations. Native English
speaker are more likely to correct you is you use the wrong word than if
you use the wrong grammar. This way of experimenting is helpful with
vocabulary and is a great way to get proper feedback. Try to respond to
what people say to you in English, even if the person speaking to you is
speaking a different language.
sure your responses are as natural as possible. Often time’s people
will try to translate from their own language, and this takes lots of
time not to mention it makes their speech more hesitant. If you forget a
word, don’t freak out, it happens all the time. Do what native English
speakers do and say things that “fill” the conversation (uh, um). This
is better than keeping completely silent, and at least the person will
know that you are thinking about what you want to say. You can even just
be honest and say, “I forgot the word” the person you are speaking to
may be able to help you complete your thought.
speak too fast. When speaking fluent English having a natural rhythm is
very important. If you speak too fast it will be difficult for people
to understand you. Try to relax. When you speak at a normal speed you
will discover that many pronunciation skills, such as linking between
words will happen automatically.
Remember to speak fluent English you should:
- More practice brings more confidence.
- Be as natural as possible, relax.
- Don’t be afraid to make mistakes.
- Don’t speak too fast