i want to speak english fluency but i can’t because i understand listerning words but i can’t why? what will do? pls tell me some opinion
13th December 2008 From India , Madras

For speaking good or correct english read newspapers ex- TOI, hear slow english songs & news (only go for DD news for good eng.), try to think in english. These are small tips to improve your spoken english.
13th December 2008 From India , Mumbai
if u want to be fluant in English speking than what ever you are reading read it loudly voice shuld b came out, it will really help you.if you read it in front of mirror than it better.
Even i was facing same problem in past but this practic help me a loat.
14th December 2008 From India , Delhi
To improve your spoken english, watch loads of english movies especially with more conversation. Watch atleast one movie per day, Watch everything either tv or video or news in english. Read loads of books, newspaper. When you are reading at home, read loudly in such a way that you can hear it. Automatically your tone of voice, pronounciation improves and also understand how each sentence is framed and the meaning of the sentence. You should continue this for sometime to get your brain in english mode. Never translate your sayings from your mother tongue to english. If you translate each time, then you will end up in big trouble. To bring your brain in english mode, you should do the above things without losing enthusiasm. Moreover, try to speak in english with your friends. Avoid fear that you make errors. Everyone makes error at the first time. This way you can learn. Happy Englishing.
15th December 2008 From India , Madras
Hi-I was in a similar situation as yours when i started my career.I would recommend the following:
a)Listen to BBC News - TV or Radio
b)Subscribe to free portals like Vocabvitamins.com. They will send you a free word with origin, pronounciation and applications.
c) Read plenty of magazines- preferably mags like India Today,Outlook and business magazines.
d) Get a mentor at office who can speak good English-Inform him that you need his help and that he should correct you whenever he sees you making a mistake.
e) Speak in English to as many people as possible. This will give you enough practise. Do not worry if sometimes people poke fun at you. Just ignore them.
Hope this helps
Thanks
Raghu
15th December 2008 From India , Bangalore
visit this link Learn English fast: English language pronunciation & conversation tutorials- EyeSpeak this may help you.
15th December 2008 From Australia ,
Hello suganyaasri,
Just thought to share this: Since you are in India, you can browse various courses offered. I recommend you Asian Academy of Distance Education located at Andheri Mumbai. Check out their website: www.EasySpokenEnglish.com
They have some free material for each of their methodology available for download. Go through it and then register for a course.
All the Best.
15th December 2008 From India , Mumbai
My suggestion regarding spoken english would be
1. While reading the news papers ,magazines etc.,Note down some words which you find are new to you,
2.Write down the meaning beside it by refering the dictionary.
3.Study the situation /context where the word is used.
4.Try to put those words while you speak.
Juz.... Try:-)All the best!!!!
15th December 2008 From India , Bangalore


Dear suganyaasri,
If you want to learn English, learn from British
Visit this site
BBC Learning English | Home page
16th December 2008 From Kuwait ,
Dear Sugnyaasri and whomever else is in need of improving your spoken English.
1 - Read American or British Novels (these are written in a conversational manner while periodicals are written in formal English)
2 - Use free online sources like: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary (good native speaker hints and words here)
3 - Many American Radio stations stream live online, these are a great source for listening to native speakers. (Free Radio Stations, Free Internet Radio, Online Music, Live Web Radio - Music Genres)
4 - Never be shy about speaking English and try not to speak in Hindlish :icon4:
Good Luck!
Samantha
(American working in Delhi)
16th December 2008 From India , New Delhi

 

Discuss problems openly with your peers around the world without getting into company specifics. Access to years of such problem discussion data and business material is at your finger tips. All resources created by our members are available to everyone at no cost.


Disclaimer: This network and the advice provided in good faith by our members only facilitates as a direction. The advice should be validated by proper consultation with a certified professional. The network or the members providing advice cannot be held liable for any consequences, under any circumstances.


About Us - Advertise - Contact Us - RSS   On Google+  
Privacy Policy | Disclaimer | Terms Of Service
Facebook Page | Follow Us On Twitter | Linkedin Network