Yes, it's an everyday job, and you can't have a short cut.
You need time, you need effort and you need to be regular.
Useful guidelines and a nice article on what you can and should do everyday to continuously improve your English speaking skills.

From India, Delhi
really good points for those who really want to speak English but not aware of the steps to follow, and offcourse the myth about the shortcuts.
From India, Hyderabad
A very good article and simple steps mentioned are good for speaking English. We all know that there are no shortcuts in life and same is applicable for learning English.
Thanks for sharing and the information available on site is very useful. Will review and check other details ASAP.

From India, Delhi
Hi all, It’s really nice website to learn English. here easy ways are provided for learning and motivation too. Thank you so much for showing this website...
From India, Namakkal
@ Skarthick Mkce: Thanks friend for finding it useful.
Let me know if there are other questions about English communication you'd want to hear expert views on. I'd really appreciate suggestions about what ideas and topics would the wonderful community here at Citehr find useful.

From India, Delhi
I find it very difficult to make a routine where I can get good exposure to English. After some time, you become comfortable with everyone in the company and there is no challenge. I think I can talk well in front of my friends and colleagues but if there is someone new who speaks very good English, I become nervous.
It is a major problem. How can we continuously give us challenge to improve our English communication?

From India, Ghaziabad
Hi Navya,
Confidence and motivation are key to success in your case. It happens with many individuals what you are referring to but never lose hope and work towards it. Don't be comfort zone while speaking with your friends and accept mistakes while communicating with them.
The best method which I feel is to tackle such situations day in and day out like communicating with strangers only. Sooner or later, you will realize that it was not a difficult task and helps to improve. Best of luck!!
P.S. I just presumed your name from your ID. Hope, I am right. :)

From India, Delhi
@Groyalg: You got it right :)
Yes, stepping out of your comfort zone is extremely important else you stop growing. Talking to strangers is a great way but the challenge lies in how and where to get strangers regularly to keep talking to them to build skills.

From India, Ghaziabad
Well, finding strangers would be a tough problem if you treat it as "finding strangers".
A much better approach could be to get into the mode of enjoying talking to people (a la Rajesh Khanna's character in Anand) and meet as many people as possible.

From India, Delhi

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