Tips for Speaking

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Re: Tips for Speaking

Post by samueldean » Wed Apr 05, 2017 5:40 am

Hi
I wanna have english skill in speaking, writing & listing {-; {-;

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Re: Tips for Speaking

Post by Reetagms » Wed May 10, 2017 8:08 am

Reading an English novel.

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Re: Tips for Speaking

Post by myocean » Sat May 13, 2017 6:56 am

vareya wrote:hello...
I won't elaborate in long way, I wanna say in short & sweet wards ..
1) initially we don't need any person, we can start up by talking ownself talk to yourself and reply in mind....
2) and start to think in English
3) Ask question to yourself and reply elaborately.
I am agree with you perfectly.
I feel we must rely on our own and save energy and time.
Besides the Internet has some very good resources and we don't have to go class.
good luck

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Re: Tips for Speaking

Post by rishisehrawat » Thu Nov 09, 2017 12:19 pm

You can always start by reading out a book - aloud. Then once you feel confident try to move on to thinking in English in your mind. Then you can start practicing in front of a mirror. You can then start recording your speech and listen back to it. These activities will give you more confidence. If you need more help on this topic then you can visit http://www.impactlanguagetraining.com here you will find all the help that you need.
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Re: Tips for Speaking

Post by sanjaySinha » Wed Nov 29, 2017 10:06 am

If we use the basic tips of speak English then I think English is not difficult to speak. These basic tips are below:
1. Increase your vocabulary daily by 5 new words you don't know
2. You need to feel before speak, mind who is doing, what is doing and with whom.
3. Don't translate into your native language before speak.
4. Think everything in English daily 15min in the morning and talk with your self
5 First, calm down to think about wordings you are going to choose and then speak slowly.
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Re: Tips for Speaking

Post by sanjaySinha » Tue Jan 02, 2018 9:32 am

Hello,
The most important is your confidence in speaking English.If you have no confidence then you can't speak in front of anyone in any language.
Another you have to increase your vocabulary. So find the vocabulary words daily.
Talk with yourself in front of the mirror and speak aloud because when you speak aloud automatically it helps to increase your confidence.
You become a good speaker if you are a good listener.
Record your voice when you speaking English and cover your mistakes to listen to it.

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Re: Self-learning

Post by ahmedmorocco » Fri Feb 02, 2018 8:57 pm

Pirate wrote:
Sat Jun 26, 2004 6:42 pm
My Australian teacher of English gave me a way to practise speaking at home, alone and I think it is important because Speaking is the skill that we find most difficult to self-practise.

1- Get a recorder.
2- Prepare a presentation on any topic u like.
3- Record your speaking.
4- Listen to it again and again.
You will find out your mistakes and weak points.
(You will find your voice very cute :mrgreen: )
5- Do the 4 steps above whenever you have time.
Does your speaking get better? :wink:
Thank you very much for sharing your tips to improuve our skills.

i agree your strategy to improve speaking

using a recorder programm with your voice is a very good way to correct and improve your speaking and pronunciation

i add another idea

you can listen a short story and repear it with your voice

good luck
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Post by ahmedmorocco » Fri Feb 02, 2018 9:01 pm

Arale wrote:
Sat Sep 25, 2004 5:39 am
How to get a good speaking skill? It keeps long practise! No one can speak fluently in a flash . It needs time and how long depends on your ability and IQ.

_Arale_
Is normal

learning anything take a time and patience, and English is no exception

but if you have ability, will and patience you will realise your goals quickly
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Post by ahmedmorocco » Fri Feb 02, 2018 9:15 pm

Pirate wrote:
Sun Jun 26, 2005 12:08 am
Ladies and gentlemen, welcome on board!

Dear newbies, it's nice to see you wave hello, but I'd prefer a speech! Feel free to post here what you like to speak, then SPEAK IT OUT LOUD :idea:

One tip for good speaking is TO SPEAK IT OUT LOUD! Don't let words lie in your head only. If you cannot find a partner, talk to yourself in the mirror. Let's see how long you can :wink:
Yes am with you if we don t finf a partner is not the end

you can talk with yourself with a out loud

thank you_ very much
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Re: much appreciate

Post by ahmedmorocco » Fri Feb 02, 2018 9:24 pm

pier wrote:
Wed Nov 09, 2005 5:35 am
Hi,all:
It's really a good site for english learners like me who want to
do well in english speaking.
It's a difficult for a non-native-speaker to talk to someone in english I think. Nearly 10 years have passed since I got to know this language. But unfortunately, I still can not open my mouth when I want to make a conversation to a foreigner. I just almost lose confidence.
I always admire him/her who speaks english fruently.How can he/she speak so well ?
And I find so many freinds right here with a warmly heart.And give us so many helpful tips&experience.
I CAN DO WELL WITH YOUR HELP.Thank U!
welcome back and thank you very much

you can use groups in facebook to know new friends and speak with them

you can also use wats up and messenger or skype to write and speak by voice with friends
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Re: Accent

Post by ahmedmorocco » Fri Feb 02, 2018 9:27 pm

SandyHR wrote:
Fri Mar 31, 2006 6:23 am
Hi Friends,
Along with speaking there is one more problem. That is accent.
Though i can speak english my accent may have my nativity influence. Pls can any one suggest how to improve accent.

Regards,
Sandeep H.R
*sandy hr

welcome and thanks for your question

the problem of accent is normal for all people how want tolearn a foreign language

but you can improve your accent by listening and speak

you try to talk as a native speaker


you fail in your first attemptbut you success after

good luck for you
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Post by ahmedmorocco » Fri Feb 02, 2018 9:30 pm

etan wrote:
Mon Apr 10, 2006 7:35 pm
I agree with Caramen and I will enjoy to join her English-Club...
To improve my english, I need to practice every single day and I am sure that my vocabulary will be better than today !
Is normal my friend

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Success is the result of perfection hard work, learning from failure, loyalty, and persistence
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Re: Tips for Speaking

Post by ahmedmorocco » Sun Feb 04, 2018 8:52 pm

StevenMorris wrote:
Thu Dec 29, 2016 6:53 am
You need to increase your vocabulary to get a good speaking skill. It required regular practise. Internet can help you in this matter very well. So explore the web and learn for the related keywords everyday.
thank you
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Re: Tips for Speaking

Post by Ramnik » Sun Feb 18, 2018 2:48 pm

Thank you for the tips and now i will apply that kind of tips.

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Re: Tips for Speaking

Post by LinhTran » Thu Aug 23, 2018 8:54 am

I found some really interesting tip in this blog:
https://ejoy-english.com/blog/how-to-im ... ing-skill/

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Re: Tips for Speaking

Post by ritabos » Wed Oct 03, 2018 10:09 am

Here are Tips To Improve Your Spoken English


Just Speak

Yes, Just speak. The best to improve your spoken English is you just speak, just speak in English wherever you go. Practice make man’s perfect. So just speak and keep practising. Take advantage of the lots of English speakers in your nearby areas such as your friends, your coworkers, classmates, employees and other places you visit. Join online community of learners on facebook or whatsapp. This will also help you to improve your spoken English.


Listen , hear and Read English

Most of the English learner read too much and listen too little. Watch movies, listen to music, the radio and to podcasts of English. Read books, magazines and blogs. You need to listen more and more of English. Listening will also help you improve your pronunciation and reduce your accent problem. When listening and reading, find new and interesting things, slang terms and synonyms. Learn and use phrases rather than single words.

Join English Speaking Classes

Teacher is very essential in every walk of life. We are in the world where Google solves all our problems . But it is good to join the English speaking classes to set a regular routine . This will give you a timely and fixed schedule for your spoken English and also bring a positive change reflect in your spoken English. Some of the most renowned English speaking classes in Nagpur are the most reliable one.

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Re: Tips for Speaking

Post by FredHill » Fri Mar 22, 2019 12:48 pm

Great correspondence comes in numerous structures and styles. No standard is ever an unchangeable reality and disrupting the guidelines can some of the time be the most ideal approach to express what is on your mind. You should make sense of what works best for you and build up your very own style.

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Re: Tips for Speaking

Post by Haravi » Tue Apr 02, 2019 5:37 am

It takes time to learn to speak English or any other language. There are many tips for learning English. The most useful and easy tips I learned from teachers is to use regular works in your regular talks in home, school, playing, and in every thing you do. You start with a single word and then switch to small sentences. This is most useful tip I have personally tried and results are excellent. Try it!!! It works.
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Re: Self-learning

Post by speakingapp » Thu Aug 08, 2019 6:41 am

Great job man! you have shared great information.
The app brings an exciting twist to English learning by providing audio aids for getting the pronunciation right. Whether you want to improve business English or everyday English, the online app is there to help you out.

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Re: Tips for Speaking

Post by hieuhuynh » Fri Nov 01, 2019 6:23 pm

Hi Everyone,
I'm not a native speaker and I learned speaking myself. It was a painstaking process but now I'm quite confident with it. Some natives often ask me if I studied abroad or traveled oversea a lot (I wished I could). Here are my tips:

Pronunciation: It is very important to speak the word correctly. When you learn a new word, invest a bit more time on its pronunciation, look at its phonetics, go to google to hear how it sounds and speak with Voice Recognition. If Google can detect your sound, It means your pronunciation is quite correct and easily understood.

Connect the sound to the picture: I'm confident with my decent pronunciation but many times, I was in situations where I didn't know how to form the sentence correctly and express it in English instantly. The reason was I had to translate my thought from my language into English. Unfortunately, under the pressure of time in communication, my translation didn't work. I ended up speaking broken English, no one understood me. My tip is when you learn a word, try to connect the sound to the picture, understand the word by its picture, instead of your local language. When you speak, create the picture in your mind and your mouth will recall the English sound. You will find your speaking is more understandable in many situations.

Practice speaking: The best way is to speak with natives and let them fix your mistakes. Unless you have an English boyfriend or girlfriend, it's quite impossible to communicate with natives every day. I went to some classes, paid a lot of money to meet them but eventually, we didn't have much interaction. I went to the English club in cafes but the conversations were quite awkward. It's quite frustrating to find natives partner and I don't find any app sounds native and interactive enough. So I made this English app: https://englishhero.app/ to help you practice any time and anywhere. You have chances to listen to various accents (from real people, not robot sound) and then speak in response. It is very interactive, like real conversations with natives. Also, it recognizes your voice and helps correct your pronunciation. No worries to find partners and wrong pronunciation. Enjoy your study!

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