How can I improve my spoken English

How can I improve my spoken English?

English is not so hard to speak.
There are Mainly two reasons which cause difficulty in speaking English :
First one is
So, to get rid from this problem you should do these atleast these things :
By adding these simple activity in it daily life routine your knowledge of English will get stronger and you will become more confident.
Now the only one thing is stopping u to speak English and this is main problem that is
2nd reason is :
Hesitations: normally we spend most of our time with our friends, classmates or colleagues and we talk them in our own way but suddenly, if we try to change our way, we start thinking like that – what will my friends or other people think about me? What will happen if I look like a fool?
To get rid of this problem you can do these activities:
Now you are ready to speak in English.
Your knowledge is strong and your hesitations has gone because of confidence you get from these activities.

First start speaking in English with your siblings then your friends and after that with your colleagues.

Hope so it will help you.
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Thanks for the A2A.

Spoken English requires a lot of practice, so that you arrive at a day when English just flows naturally from your tongue.
Here are a few tips that can help you.
Read
The first step for you to master spoken English is to read a lot of English books.
You can try fiction, non-fiction or even editorials.
But remember, the material should contain good quality content.
Try

How to improve your spoken English!
Here are our 13 top tips for improving your spoken English.

Part I: Preparation
 
As part of improving your spoken English, you need to get used to producing English sounds.
Here’s what you can do.
1 Read aloud
 
Take a short text (preferably one with an audio file to go with it) and read parts of it out loud.
Later, you can compare your version to the original.
2 Repetition
 
Repeat key sentences and expressions over and over again until they become automatic.
Very soon, you’ll have learnt lots of useful phrases you can use in real conversations.
3 Stories
 
Practise telling your favourite stories or anecdotes.
Write them out first.
Then, make notes and practise saying them to yourself or a friend.
Later, you can use these stories or anecdotes in conversations.
4 Memory
 
Memorise typical phrases, expressions and sentences.
A lot of the language we use when speaking consists of set expressions and chunks of language.
For example, “That’s interesting! / I never knew that! / That must have been scary!”
5 Simultaneous speaking
 
Sing along to your favourite songs, or try to speak at the same time as the character in a video clip or an audio recording you’re familiar with.
Simply press play and then start speaking along with the news presenter, actors, singers, etc.
6 Questions
 
Practise forming questions.
Take a piece of text and make questions from sentences in the article or paragraph.
For example, “She’s seen it.
= Has she seen it?” Asking questions is a good way of participating in a conversation without having to say much.
7 Listening
 
Work on
Find your Friends.
(By the way I’m not a “Friends” type of guy, but it was a tremendous introduction to American culture)
3.
Be mindful of the subtle differences between the intonations in your native (or preferred) language and the one you desire.
The key to improving my accent (I had this funny Minnesota/ Korean F.
O.
B.
accent, at the time) was in understanding the core principles of intonation and subtleties that don’t translate from East to West.
For example, the inherent problem with the Korean language, particularly in relation to the Western languages, is that it's rooted in Mongolian so the sentence structure is, in essence, backwards.
For example, 'I went to school' directly translates as 'school I went to', in Korean.
4.
Record Your Speech
Remember that your tongue is a muscle.
With correct exercise, your pronunciation can improve tremendously.
Take the time to get better and better.
The aforementioned practices galvanized my capacity to grow within the culture and I eventually became not just a speaker of English but an American communicator, and a proficient one at that.
To find oneself absorbed into a particular culture through the mastery of it's language (or languages) is to be afforded the opportunities offered therin, be they social, professional or spiritual.
All the best!
K.
H.

To improve in English two things have to happen:
If you do those two things every day, you’ll improve.
Sure, you’ll suck at first.
But as long as you make it a goal to be better in every conversation than you were in the last, you’ll be fine.
Now, this said: you also need to ask yourself what your problem is.
Is it that you don’t know the phrases and expressions you need? Or is it that you don’t know how to use the English you’ve got in conversation with English speakers?
See, really speaking a language is not one but TWO skills.
Here’s a clip from a seminar I did that explains:
Yes, you need to learn “English”, as in the words and phrases of the language.
If you don’t have the bits of English you need to express the things you want to express… well, you won’t get very far.
But that by itself isn’t enough.
You also need to be able to use the English you’ve got well in conversation.
Or, to put it another way, alongside learning and using the language, you’ve also got to put time and effort into learning the skill of English conversation.
How English speakers think, and how they use the language to do stuff.
Things like open a conversation well, closing a conversation, emphasise points, persuade people of their ideas or tell a story, relate a piece of news in an interesting, engaging way and… you get the idea.
So get clear on what you can (and can’t) do in the language and start there.
Hope that helps.
If you like what I have to say, you may want to
Ask him/her to point out your mistakes and also how to correct them.
Follow these activities and you will definitely improve your english.
P.
S.
I have developed a course on unacademy for those who want to improve their English, especially spoken English.

How to improve your spoken English!
Here are our 13 top tips for improving your spoken English.

Part I: Preparation
 
As part of improving your spoken English, you need to get used to producing English sounds.
Here’s what you can do.
1 Read aloud
 
Take a short text (preferably one with an audio file to go with it) and read parts of it out loud.
Later, you can compare your version to the original.
2 Repetition
 
Repeat key sentences and expressions over and over again until they become automatic.
Very soon, you’ll have learnt lots of useful phrases you can use in real conversations.
3 Stories
 
Practise telling your favourite stories or anecdotes.
Write them out first.
Then, make notes and practise saying them to yourself or a friend.
Later, you can use these stories or anecdotes in conversations.
4 Memory
 
Memorise typical phrases, expressions and sentences.
A lot of the language we use when speaking consists of set expressions and chunks of language.
For example, “That’s interesting! / I never knew that! / That must have been scary!”
5 Simultaneous speaking
 
Sing along to your favourite songs, or try to speak at the same time as the character in a video clip or an audio recording you’re familiar with.
Simply press play and then start speaking along with the news presenter, actors, singers, etc.
6 Questions
 
Practise forming questions.
Take a piece of text and make questions from sentences in the article or paragraph.
For example, “She’s seen it.
= Has she seen it?” Asking questions is a good way of participating in a conversation without having to say much.
7 Listening
 
Work on
Find your Friends.
(By the way I’m not a “Friends” type of guy, but it was a tremendous introduction to American culture)
3.
Be mindful of the subtle differences between the intonations in your native (or preferred) language and the one you desire.
The key to improving my accent (I had this funny Minnesota/ Korean F.
O.
B.
accent, at the time) was in understanding the core principles of intonation and subtleties that don’t translate from East to West.
For example, the inherent problem with the Korean language, particularly in relation to the Western languages, is that it's rooted in Mongolian so the sentence structure is, in essence, backwards.
For example, 'I went to school' directly translates as 'school I went to', in Korean.
4.
Record Your Speech
Remember that your tongue is a muscle.
With correct exercise, your pronunciation can improve tremendously.
Take the time to get better and better.
The aforementioned practices galvanized my capacity to grow within the culture and I eventually became not just a speaker of English but an American communicator, and a proficient one at that.
To find oneself absorbed into a particular culture through the mastery of it's language (or languages) is to be afforded the opportunities offered therin, be they social, professional or spiritual.
All the best!
K.
H.

To improve in English two things have to happen:
If you do those two things every day, you’ll improve.
Sure, you’ll suck at first.
But as long as you make it a goal to be better in every conversation than you were in the last, you’ll be fine.
Now, this said: you also need to ask yourself what your problem is.
Is it that you don’t know the phrases and expressions you need? Or is it that you don’t know how to use the English you’ve got in conversation with English speakers?
See, really speaking a language is not one but TWO skills.
Here’s a clip from a seminar I did that explains:
Yes, you need to learn “English”, as in the words and phrases of the language.
If you don’t have the bits of English you need to express the things you want to express… well, you won’t get very far.
But that by itself isn’t enough.
You also need to be able to use the English you’ve got well in conversation.
Or, to put it another way, alongside learning and using the language, you’ve also got to put time and effort into learning the skill of English conversation.
How English speakers think, and how they use the language to do stuff.
Things like open a conversation well, closing a conversation, emphasise points, persuade people of their ideas or tell a story, relate a piece of news in an interesting, engaging way and… you get the idea.
So get clear on what you can (and can’t) do in the language and start there.
Hope that helps.
If you like what I have to say, you may want to
Ask him/her to point out your mistakes and also how to correct them.
Follow these activities and you will definitely improve your english.
P.
S.
I have developed a course on unacademy for those who want to improve their English, especially spoken English.
Monika Rai's answer to How can I start thinking in English in my mind?
Engage with English everywhere.

Practice until you know it,
and then use it until you owe it.

Stay motivated and enjoy getting inflow.
All the best :)

Improving spoken English skills requires a lot of dedication and determination.
But if you follow these simple tips and maintain the necessary discipline, you will see a significant improvement within a few days:
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