Tips & Tricks to Speak Perfect English
Tips & Tricks to Speak Perfect English – The ability to speak fluently, perfect English is an art in itself which takes a lot of time to master. Whether you are looking for a new job or wishing to go abroad to your dream university or organization, English speaking is a pre-requisite that you have to meet.
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In this post, we will take a look at a few tips and tricks that will take your spoken English to the next level. Make sure to practice the things mentioned in these tips regularly for best results:
6 Simple Steps to Speak Fluent English
Talk to yourself only in English
Make it a routine that no matter what you will always think and speak in English. Whenever you are alone at home, speak out your mind to yourself in English. You can also pick up any book in the English language and read it out aloud. This will help boost your confidence, even when you interact with anyone.
In order to speak well, you must also listen well. To enhance your English listening skills, you can listen to daily English news bulletins, radio, podcasts, and songs. This will also help you learn the acceptable US and UK pronunciation of words.
Stand and speak in front of the mirror
Just take up a random topic, set a timer of 2-3 minutes on a stopwatch, and start speaking in front of the mirror. By doing so, you will not only gain speed in letting out words but also develop the habit to think out things in real-time, i.e., speaking without any kind of rehearsal.
Pay attention to fluency and not grammar
Speaking with perfect grammar can of course earn you some brownie points; however, stopping midway to correct a grammatical mistake is something that makes you vulnerable to negative points from the examiner. While speaking, fluency should always be your top priority and not grammar.
Speak to your friends and family members on phone only in English
Speaking on phone is a challenge in itself as we cannot see the person physically. We can’t make use of their expressions and body language to improve our conversation; as a result, all we can rely upon is our listening and speaking skills. Focussing on these two skills will make our telephonic conversations better, eventually resulting in better fluency.
Record your speech for assessment
Whether you are speaking in front of the mirror or having a conversation on the phone, try recording each for later assessment. Re-listening to your own words will help you identify the pattern of mistakes that you repeat often. This way you can rectify them in time.
So there you have it! We hope that you find these tips useful. Make it a point to repeat these tips and tricks day in and day out, until you begin to feel confident.