Dear Suganya
Learn a simple word everyday. Try to use it in your conversation. Speak to other voluntarily in english and never ever get shy. If possible get a English speaking freind, who does nt know your local language. Try Hard.

From India , Madras
The most important thing when you learn a language is to be able to think in that language. You may not get anyone to talk to, but you can continue thinking in English. There is no one to stop you. Learn short sentences and use these sentences. Listen to the radio, listen (not watch!) the TV and read a few sentences every day. Read small story books. You will be surprised at how much your language improves. Talk without worrying about the errors that you are committing.
I have a blogsite that focuses on the kind of errors that we make as speakers of English.
It is upgraded nearly every day and focuses on problems that speakers have, without bringing in too much of grammar.
The site is:
Know Your Language

If you want to learn English, think in English. Learn new words and make use of them. Listen to English songs, nursery rhymes and listen to the pattern of words and how they are pronounced. Read English loudly and talk to your family and friends in English.
Visit my blog site on avoiding some common errors in English.
If you have any particular problems, I will address those too.

Know Your Language

MS

From India , Madras
hi man, Read the news paper every day 60min / 30min u’ll get ........... Regards Ravi M:icon5:
From India , Bangalore
The best way to speak a language is to constantly use it. Doesn't matter if one commits mistakes. Talk to the family and your friends in English. Write mails in English. Maintain a diary. All these are things that people do when they want to master a language.
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Manaswini

From India , Madras
Hi This is kiran, I suggest you to read a book called WORD POWER MADE EAZY, I strongly believe that, this book will defenately solve your problem Thanks and Regards
From India , Hyderabad
Hi,
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From India , Selam
Reading the newspaper is very useful. But the language of the newspaper is not the language that we speak. Students who are just getting into English have difficulties with this. Reading children's stories or primary school textbooks is a great way of improving language.
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From India , Madras
i will give you simple method
1. read English news paper in low voice for 2 months.
2.try to understand each sentence with help of dictionary or friend or teacher.
3.try writing english sentences from the news paper first by seeing and then try to avoid seeing.
4 try reading english newspaper in loud voice at a suitable place
5 don't worry about mistakes .it is not your mothertongue.
6seriously practice as above,you will start talking in english from 6th month.
7 best of luck

From India , New Delhi
All the comments are valid! But the most important thing that one must do in order to learn a language is to stay motivated! That no one can do for you. You have to take the responsibility of setting aside time for improving your language skills. It is a slow process but it will happen one day.
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From India , Madras
1. Buy yourself one or two English story books for 8-10 year old children. Read it aloud.
2. Select simple news items in the English paper. Read them aloud. Do 1 and 2 for about 15 minutes every day.
3. Try to speak in English as much as possible
4. Mentally practice sentence construction if you are too shy to speak much. Start with very simple sentences like - "shall we go to the movies?"

From India , Mumbai

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