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7 tips on speaking English fluently and confidently

7 tips on speaking English fluently and confidently
1. Don’t be afraid to make mistakes
Your goal is to deliver a message, not speak perfect English, with the right grammar
and vocabulary. Even native English speakers make mistakes!
2. Practise, practise, practise
Practice makes perfect. Constantly look for opportunities to test out your spoken
English. Busuu's online English classes, for instance, are interactive, 45-minute group
lessons, guided by a professional teacher. They are a great way to practise speaking
English and learn faster in a fun, safe environment.
3. Listen
The more you hear, the easier it will be for you to speak better English. You’ll start
speaking more fluently and confidently in English conversations, learning how to give
your opinions in English with new expressions and idioms.
4. Celebrate success
Every time you talk to someone in English is an achievement. Every single interaction
you have, no matter how small, will help you improve your skills over time. Be proud of
your progress.
These first four tips help provide the best way to start speaking English with ease. The
following three steps will help take your English speaking skills to the next level...
Further improve your English speaking skills with our final 3 tips
5. Think in English
Go from speaking good English to great English by thinking in the language. You’ll find
it difficult at first, but after some time you’ll learn how to switch between speaking
English and your first language.
6. Talk to yourself
It will look funny, but by talking to yourself in English in front of the mirror for each day,
you'll learn to pronounce every letter in the English alphabet, plus when and how to use
different expressions. You’ll also learn where you make most of the mistakes.
7. Tongue twisters
Tongue twisters help improve your diction teach you how to speak quickly. Practise with
tricky sayings like this: “The thirty-three thieves thought that they thrilled the throne
throughout Thursday".