The Secret to Master Speaking Skill

The Secret to Master Speaking Skill
The core of a language is speaking, so if we are studying a language we must dig to the core. Speak! This applies to English as well. If we are studying English then we must learn how to speak English. For some students, speaking becomes something frightening because of its difficulties. So here we come giving you the secrets to make speaking easy. Let’s get it started:

Don't wait. Most students will start to speak when they feel comfortable. This is where they don’t realize that they already waste their time. In fact they need long time to feel comfortable. So don’t wait. Speak now. Push yourself outside of your comfort zone and you'll be amazed at how quickly your speaking skill improves.

Speak a little English every day. The absolute best way to learn any foreign language is just to speak it out. It doesn't matter if you only know three or five words, just speak up. Those few words will increase each day.

Enrich your vocabulary. The more your vocabulary and the more English phrases you learn, the easier speaking English will become, because the sentences we speak up contain words and phrases. Reading, watching movies and listening to the news will be beneficial to enrich your vocabulary.
Once you have learned new words or phrases, you should make an effort to use it in sentences. This is the best way to stick them to memory.
You can also dig new words from your house. Make labels for everyday household items and stick them around your house or apartment. Then every time look in the mirror, or other household items, you will see the English words staring back at you.

Find a native English speaker. Practice speaking with friends is indeed a great way to learn speaking skill. But if you can find a native English speaker to practice with, it would be much better. You can find native English speakers in tourist destinations, and if you find one, do not hesitate to ask him to talk. Just tell him that you are learning English, then they will do it happily. You can start it with simple words like “hello” or others.

Work Hard on Pronunciation. Even if you have an acceptable grasp of the English language, with good grammar and an extensive vocabulary, native English speakers may find you very difficult to understand if you don't pronounce your words correctly.
Clear pronunciation is very essential to improve your level of English. Listen closely to how native English speakers pronounce certain words and sounds and do your best to copy them, try them, speak them up. Be aware that the pronunciation of certain English words varies greatly depending on the part of the world it's spoken in. For example, American English is very different from British English.

Attend an English Course or English Club. Another great way to incorporate some extra English conversation into your weekly routine is to sign up for an English course or English club. Here you will meet people with the same objectives, people who learn English. You will easily find partners to practice your speaking.

Carry a dictionary. Carrying an English dictionary with you at all times (whether it's an actual book or a phone app) will be very useful.

It is also helpful to have a dictionary to peruse throughout the day during private moments, like when you're sitting on the public transportation, waiting for someone in a certain place, or just having a cup of coffee. You could learn extra 10 to 20 new words per day using this technique!

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