bhaskaranjha Started The Discussion:
Dear Sir
I am keenly interested in improving my fluency in SPOKEN ENGLISH with right tone and intonation.I also want to know the important feature sof Spoken English which make it different from Written English.Voice Modulation is yet another choice of my interest to do some practice to improve my English tongue.
I would be obliged to you if you kindly provide me with the said materials.Please make me aware of some of the fluency techniques like Idea unit techniques. Speech-generation Techniques. Habit-formation Techniques. Mouth Gymnastics. Speech-flow Techniques. Word-fusing Techniques. Conversion Techniques. Functional/Notional/Situational Techniques. On the-spot speech-composition Techniques. Information-packing Techniques. Discourse-building Techniques.
Yours truly
28th February 2009 From India, Calcutta

The below mentioned books & Audio may be helpful for you.
2nd March 2009 From India, Coimbatore
Hello, I am learning to speak English. I have good <a href="">spoken English material</a>. I am looking for some friends who want to speak English in group.
15th May 2010 From India, Delhi
ACT 421
Mr.Negi has given the reference of a pretty good site so I would suggest all to take a look at that site.
I would also invite all those who would like to enhance their language skills and vocabulary, while also getting inspired and motivated to visit the following blogs - Daily Inspirational Blog - Weekly Blog
2nd June 2010 From India, Mumbai
Hi Bhaskaran:
The aspects that you want to develop in yourself are very technical, and so to say it would be fairly difficult to do so via reference material. You may have to join some classroom program, which would help you to understand the pronunciations etc.
The first step is to be aware that you need inputs in a particular that you have identified the same, you can very well work towards improving the same.
Do get back to me incase you need any further assistance.
17th July 2010 From India, Bangalore
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