How to improve my spoken English?

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How to improve my spoken English?

Unread postby serena » 21 Feb 2012, 07:53

How to improve my spoken English?
In general, the measure of the level of a person spoken mainly on the following aspects:
A. Pronunciation and intonation is correct enunciation is clear;
Two. Fluency;
3. The syntax is correct, the wording is appropriate, whether the English expression habit;
4. The content is full, the logic is clear.
any other idea? thanks in advance.
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Re: How to improve my spoken English?

Unread postby oscarhill » 06 Apr 2012, 09:23

Hello, serena

If you want to improve your spoken English then please follow this tips:

1. Listen to the 'music' of English.
2. Use the dictionary.
3. Pronounce the ending of each word.
4. Read aloud in English for 15-20 minutes every day.
5. Buy books on tape.
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Re: How to improve my spoken English?

Unread postby EnglishJason » 10 Apr 2012, 13:05

And one of the best ways to improve your spoken English is to, well, practice speaking English!

If you have access to a computer (and since you're reading this, I assume you do), sign up for Skype and then search the internet for chat rooms where you can speak. I'm sure there are even chat rooms specifically for practicing English.

Another way is to speak English in conversations with everybody you possibly can.

Just remember, Speaking English is a skill that is learned over time. And as with any skill, the only way to get better is to practice!
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Re: How to improve my spoken English?

Unread postby jezinspain » 17 Jul 2012, 15:56

Agree with English Jason. I would add, listening to good English will also help. Log into the BBC website and listen to the news in English every now and again to get good examples of spoken English to listen to.
Good luck.
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