Eliz
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hi sir,
im a B.tech IT student.i want to speak english
fluently with proper practice(now im able to speak in this stage) but i have no satisfication in my spoken skills.i want to be good in my communiction skills.so plse give any tips.

From India, Madurai
Hi,

At the outset let me tell you that the problem you have shared is quite commonly encountered by many people and so you don't have to feel ashamed of it. However, very few people take proactive steps, like you have done here to make an effort to tackle the problem.

It is essential also to remember that for anything you do in life, a clear goal /vision, adequate motivation / enthusiasm, hard work / discipline and the ability to take risks/ challenges are critical attributes. What you also require are the key attributes called 'discipline' and 'enthusiasm' with which you can achieve anything you want.

Your enthusiasm is the reason you wrote in at Citehr. The next test is to be disciplined and follow the suggestions given here.

1. My first suggestion is to read aloud as much as possible in English ALOUD. A standard daily English Newspaper and the Readers Digest have very good reading material. If possible record your voice and listen to it to know the areas the sounds, words and alphabets that give you trouble and on which you need to work.

2. The mother tongue influence is a problem for many considering that very few of us are native English speakers. To reduce that make more English speaking friends and make a determined effort to speak only in English, even if you keep forgetting words, or tend to stammer or your friends tend to laugh at you. This will require a lot of will power but believe me you will soon improve. If someone corrects your pronunciation donít take offense, instead be grateful that he/ she is helping you correct yourself.

3. I would also suggest you try to learn at least 3 -5 new words and look up the meaning in a dictionary. then try and use these words in your daily work and in your communication to improve your vocabulary. Find synonyms for words that give you trouble and use the synonym.

4. If you still feel that professional help is needed then you will have to attend English speaking classes

5. Finally, if you can, do visit my blogs listed below regularly and try to learn the new words in it and also be inspired by it. Try to read the blog content aloud.You will have to cut paste the links on to the browser page to access the blogs but it will be worthwhile since the blogs have a good response from the readers

The WORDPRESS blog has - Over 86,000 views and 585 followers

The BLOGSPOT blog has - Over 25,000 views and 165 followers

Best Wishes

From India, Mumbai
Hi,
We are a training consultant based in Mumbai.We could train you on Spoken English and help you come up the learning curve.
You could email us at or call 9920079506
Regards,
Talent Reserve

From India, Delhi
Hi,
I too agree with Mr.Jacob's suggestions. But one thing you should keep in mind is that one should be determined in what you want to achieve & be strong minded ,dont drop your plan in between & practice & revise what you have learned(if u are attending some language classes),you will surely reach the goal.
all the best,
Eliz.

From India, Bangalore
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