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Tips to speak English Fluently
Asked by: asadking25
Answers: 4
Views: 8360
Posted on Thu, 2 Oct 2008 10:30:18 GMT
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How to speak English with ease and with perfect pronunciation? What steps/methods should I follow as a non native speaker?


Best way I know is to interact with English speaking people. Other method is to watch or listen English language programs and copy the way they speak.

Here are some tips for English pronunciation published by BBC:

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InfoStore answered 9 years and 4 months ago

There are following tips to speak English fluently:
1 Speak English with friends.
2 Learn Vocabulary
3 meet English friends
4 read English books
5 chat in English
6 learn some grammar syntax.

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zaidi112 answered 5 years and 10 months ago

Here I have listed some tips to speak English fluently-

1-Build your emotion
2-Study English everyday
3-Find material that goes with your level
4-Repeat what you studied
5-Do not forget new technology
6-Find some English friends
7-Practice English

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Mike145 answered 5 years and 4 months ago

Reading newspapers, magazines, English stories, watching movies, listening to the BBC and CNN and even having a chat in different chat rooms are few of the techniques used nowadays

Remember once you communicate orally you cannot reverse the action. Means that words of mouth are never erased like we erase them in writing.

Some of the basic tips to remember are:
1-Avoid slang words
2-Stage of fright should be overcome
3-Do speak slowly and calmly not very fast so that the other person cannot get what you are saying
4- Try to be very relevant to the context in which you are speaking
5- You should have a good grip over the subject

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Chikanbarn answered 5 years and 3 months ago
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