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Spoken English: How to Speak English Fluently Without Joining a Spoken English Class

Updated on January 15, 2017

This article is written especially for those who are not native speakers of English language, who can understand, read and write it but can not speak fluently .

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Easy Methods of Learning English

In the countries like India and others, many people are able to read and write English language, but most of them are poor in spoken English. They can not speak the language because they do not try to speak it. Many of them hesitate to speak it, just because they fear of wrong pronunciations and grammatical mistakes.

If you really want to speak English, do not care about pronunciations and grammar. Remember that you are not going to give exams or interview. Just try to speak in English. Do not care what others would say about your 'wrong' English.

Do not hesitate to use words from your own language in case you do not remember English words while speaking it. Also keep in mind that you need not to speak English with American or British accent. Remember that you are not going to speak English with British people, but with your own people.

Once you start to speak English everywhere, or at least with your friends, you will be confident about speaking this language.

Practice makes you perfect. So practice of English speaking is very important to become fluent in spoken English.

How to Improve Your English

To improve your spoken English, you need to study it. To study it you do not have to join tuition of Spoken English and spend your money & precious time.

Here are some ways to improve your spoken English.

* Watch English News regularly.Read English Newspapers and Magazines. Read books in English. Always concentrate on sentence structure and pronunciations of the News readers.

* Also watch other TV programs in English, like talk shows, interviews, discussions, documentaries, Dramas, movies etc.

You should give at least one hour everyday for this. You can spend more time on watching all this according to your preferences.

* Attend speeches in English at your town

All this will help you to improve your spoken English without spending money for tuition.

You can use this method for learning, improving and speaking any other language.

Last Words

Practice! Practice!! Practice!!! It will make you perfect. Read English books, listen English talks and shows, watch English Movies..... and off course, dare to talk in English without hesitating. Don't worry about perfection. Only practice makes you perfect!

Also learn to talk to yourself. Think in English. This is very effective.

Here are some videos which will surely help you:

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Basic English Speaking: English Speaking Practice

How to speak english fluently and confidently


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    4 years ago

    "Here are a few more tips which I would like to add over here. These are the tips which I learnt when I was studying at inlingua, New Delhi. Language learning is something that takes time. Here are a few tips by which you can learn English quickly:

    1. be obsessive. You must be passionate and enthusiastic for learning English 

    2. Give in Massive Input: Follow a routine; watch/read news, listen to music, read a book, listen to radio etc.

    3. Make an English speaking friend.

    4. be positive and confident."

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    4 years ago from United Kingdom

    Hi, I think the attitude of this article is correct as far as speaking as much as you can without worrying if your pronunciation is bad or if you are making grammar mistakes. The goal should be communication, not perfect English, and if you don't speak because you are worried about making mistakes you will never improve your English. I think it is important however to spend time practicing pronunciation so that you can be understood. A good place to start is to learn all the different sounds (phonemes) of English, you can use the animated diagrams here to help you

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    5 years ago

    Language exchange is also a very good idea, I do this often using EASY LANGUAGE EXCHANGE.. very good site to meet native speakers!

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    5 years ago

    Good tips for anyone learning any language!

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    Rajan Singh Jolly 

    5 years ago from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar,INDIA.

    Useful suggestions and tips, Mahaveer. I hope more people read this hub and get motivated. Sharing on facebook.

    Voted up.

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    Ireno Alcala 

    5 years ago from Bicol, Philippines

    Very informative and practical tips as I am also an English language user, the second language of my country, Philippines.

    You can also read on my hubs that have many flaws but as long as it is understandable, then, we can learn a thing or two by way of speaking and writing this international language.

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    [ Danson Wachira ] 

    5 years ago from Nairobi, Kenya

    Hi jainismus,

    These are great tips for learning English language. Thanks for the information, voted up and useful.

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    Mahaveer Sanglikar 

    6 years ago from Pune, India

    Thanks Christy for the appreciation.

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    Christy Birmingham 

    6 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

    I like the part where you say just learn to speak it because you will never have to take an exam. So true! Glad you are able to help others as the English language is a complicated one.

  • jainismus profile imageAUTHOR

    Mahaveer Sanglikar 

    6 years ago from Pune, India

    Good, your are right.

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    6 years ago

    Also keep in mind that you need not to speak English with American or British accent.

    Why is the word "to" inserted after "need not"?

  • jainismus profile imageAUTHOR

    Mahaveer Sanglikar 

    6 years ago from Pune, India


    Thanks for reading and commenting on this Hub.

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    Leni Sands 

    6 years ago from UK

    Very good suggestions...

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    amin noufal 

    6 years ago

    i want speak english because i shame about me

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    6 years ago from United States

    Anyone who wants to learn new language should follow these suggestions.These are really helpful and don't worry about mistakes,you will learn from your mistakes.Really good hub.

    Voted up and useful.

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    6 years ago

    This is most simple and innovative way to learns spoken english without spending a single penny. But one follow the method and maintain the daily schedule.

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    7 years ago

    to ugochi.....

    then share ur another method also with us... it may help some one in some other way.

  • ugochi profile image


    7 years ago from Nigeria

    This is a so interesting, I think i have learn another method today.


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