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How To Be More Confident And Speak English Fluently?

Be Fluent In English With Some Simple Tricks

Do you still feel nervous about speaking English to others, even though you use up a prolonged studying English?

No need to be frightened because you are not the only one, just like you many people imbibe English but do not use it practically nor do they try to blurt because they think they’ll make an omission or be laughed at. No one has scintillated even natal speakers make mistakes, so just chill out and loosen up.

It’s not a big deal if you make a mistake while speaking English, infect making mistakes are good because we learn from our mistakes and we pay more attention to the areas we need to work on and try to get more knowledge. The thing to remember is, try not to make the same mistake again. Be confident about what you speak and whenever you speak.

Hotpoint’s to speak English fluently and memorize the lexicon 

1. Use Simple Language

Use simple words if you’re a beginner because it’ll help you to understand and communicate with others at the start. When you’ll get a full grip on your language and know all the grammatical forms then start using tough and tricky words and try to make long and tough sentences with proper accent or fluency.

Don’t be panic, be cocksure and try to use simple English words and sentences that you might have heard many times to circumvent mistakes. Don’t even think about what others will think of you like you can’t speak or don’t know how to vocalize the words with accurate fluency and pronunciation. Just say it, the message you want to transfuse or express your thoughts amply without any oscillation.

The thing that matters to be done is to try to use more basic sentences that can be easily understood by the listener. Narrate your daily activities in English, while speaking to yourself just imagine you’re speaking to someone else. You are asking the questions and thinking of retort. This is a great way to practice what you might say in a real conversation and gives you extra practice before you start explaining things to other people.

2. Divide the date into chunks

Our blockheads are naturally designed to see and form patterns what we see, so we are doing our brain an approbation by feeding it chunks of language and words, In return, our brain does a wonderful job and remembers those words easily because we usually get frustrated when we see a lot of data.

Chunking is an active learning blueprint which means joining words to make meaningful units in chunks to amplify learning efficiency or capacity. By taking smaller pieces of a larger whole, you can improve the amount remembered. It let us take lots of small bits of information -new words -and put them together and allow us to have a lot of useful phrases on hand when we have colloquy in a second language, so we have one larger thing to remember and it’s the easier way to remember the words. This makes our speech much faster and more fluent just like a piece of cake.

For Example  The words like    ” What’s up?”  when this word comes to our mind it means what’s going on? or how are you? but if you break it down, you get what-is-up?  This might make you gawk at the sky or look for the planes and mist. …What is up? what is down? but you’ll always know what it means. There are more words like this word “Hey” dude and “YO” etc.

Use chunking every time you read or hear something in a foreign language because speaking in chunks lets us speak in a grammatically correct way without us having to learn semantics, Which is the best way to learn grammar in my school of thought.

What do you think about English? Here’s  why you should

3. Train Your Brain To Think In English

If you live where most people speak the language you learn so it becomes part of your inner speech. You start thinking in that language. But the majority of the VOA is learning English, especially we Asians live in places where English is not the main language so we do not have that copious chances to practice English that much, so to learn English we have to practice through different strategies.

Try to think and covert every word you speak in English.  Thinking in English can bring you a huge step closer to fluency and glib. Take a look around and see what’s around you then in your mind try to name each object that is in your surroundings. As you continue this, it becomes more of a habit so things are going to POP UP in your head. You can practice when you are at home or wherever you are.

Try to gloss the sentences in your head or put on words together without thinking too much about it whether if it’s amended or not.  It’s not very Augean but it does take conscious effort and practice. This way you’ll become more comfortable with the idea of speaking and learning the language.

4. Use tongue twisters

Sometimes our mind didn’t get the meaning of a word or object we already know. For example, if you Couldn’t think of the word “garage” look at your homestead, if you see your garage but you can’t think of the name in English, you can say ‘The place inside where I put my car’. I keep things there then the other person can easily understand the thing you are talking about.

Tongue twisters help improve your diction teach you how to speak quickly. so practice with tricky sayings like…Papa pun pan para Pepin para Pepin pun pan papa.

5. Practice with your buddy

It’s the trouble-free and best way to practice  English with your friends because you can easily practice with your buddy without any hesitation. The more you practice the more you gain and boost up your confidence in your English speaking abilities. So this is a sterling way to practice with a friend or with people whom you feel free to talk to and to those who speak English fluently.

Have a partner who is also studying English. Tell him your goals and he do the same with his goals. At the end of the weak or month tell them how much you have combed or onrush progressed then make a test of yourself that what you learn.

Now a question arose how to get an English-speaking friend? Here is the answer

you should need to

  • Join professionals networking groups
  • Find ex-pat websites with people who want to meet you in your area
  • If you are nervous about people  finding out, make an anonymous profile

6. Travel to learn

Don’t miss the opportunity to travel anywhere especially to English-speaking countries. The biggest challenge for a gig is to deal with the thwarting frustration that comes with not being able to fully express yourself. If you travel to a country where English is their natal language then you get a little knowledge about the basic words and there are more chances that you will be a fluent speaker by just listening or living among natal speakers. so don’t miss the chance to know more. An adventurous world is waiting for you to taste more flavors.

7. Be a social media cracker 

This is the age of social media. Social media promotes self-directed learning, which foresees students to search for answers and make decisions independently. It helps people to swap their ideas in everyday communication, so the existing study aimed at examining social media usage in ameliorating English language proficiency and English instructors also encourage their X-rated learners within the realm of technologies so they become more motivated to use the social media tools to learn English language skills.

Due to the proliferation of advanced technology-equipped electronic handy gadgets with different social media applications, everything is just a click away. so why not get an advantage from this platform.

Join or subscribe to the people, pages, or groups that give the information or let you practice English with others learners. Follow the experts and other language enthusiasts, watch you-tube channels in your targeted language for better pronunciation.

  • Use your phone lock screen to say think in English. in this way whenever you look at your phone, you’ll get a reminder.
  • Turn it into a game and give yourself points every time you remember to think in English for two minutes.
  • Be creative, so if you get stuck while thinking in English try to think of a way around the word
  • Carry around a little book, every time you tuned out a new word and if you don’t know what that means, write it down and at the end of the day look up those words in the English lexicon.
  • Use an English to English dictionary and  don’t  use a bilingual dictionary
  • Join a practice English group and change your language setting from your native language to English.

8. Read Out Raucously 

Reading fluency is simply the ability to read a book or text. You correct your pronunciation mistakes until you make no errors. The more you practice fluency the more confidence you will have because it gives you a safe environment to practice and increase your reading speed and process words faster.

If you feel nervous to speak in front of others, start reading aloud by standing in front of the mirror by yourself at home. As you feel more confident and get a little command of the lexicon, ask your teacher or a native English speaker to give you feedback on more advanced vocabulary that you get more new things to learn.

The faster you learn English, the more pressure you’ll put on yourself. The key is to ease into English with less pressure. Don’t get too much coerced on yourself relax and don’t stuff your mind with too many vocabulary words at a time. By doing this you don’t even remember even a single word. You can develop your fluency by reading even for 5 to 15 minutes a day at your own pace and then increase it to 20 to 30 minutes according to your time and interest.

 Now it’s your turn! what tricks you use to learn English?

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