How to Speak English Fluently: 20 Helpful Tips to Improve Your Fluency!

Have you ever wondered how to speak English fluently like a native speaker?  Following are 20 powerful tips for speaking English which are chosen especially for ESL learners. Let’s discover what they are!

How to Speak English Fluently

Learn 20 tips to speak English fluently.

  • Don’t worry about making mistakes because you will make mistakes as a learner.
  • Be patient. This isn’t a one day process.
  • Learn certain phrases that can be used in multiple situations.
  • Learn how to greet someone properly.
  • Talk slowly and carefully. Don’t rush through your sentences.
  • Restrict yourself to simple sentences until you gain confidence.
  • Watch out for your pronunciation. Many online tools will tell you how to pronounce a word correctly. Check one of them out when you’re in doubt.
  • Carefully observe how proficient speakers of the language pronounce words and frame their sentences.
  • Ask your friends, relatives and anyone you can to point out your mistakes and correct them.
  • Speak to them in English only. Practice is a must.
  • Record yourself reading one article aloud every day. Focus on pronunciation, speed, clarity and emphasis.
  • Many online sites offer you the opportunity to voice chat with another user. This is an effective way to practice.
  • Learn at least one new word every day and use it as a part of your conversation with people. By the end of the week, you should know seven words really well.
  • Learn new words every day
  • Read at least one article of your choice aloud every day.
  • Watch English movies with subtitles.
  • Watch English shows.
  • Read books and magazines.
  • Keep a pocket dictionary handy for any word you may need to know the meaning of.
  • When you hear a new word, try to find its usage and its antonyms.

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Qasim

thanks for your useful direction

Melissa
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Melissa

Thank you very much

Sk sharma
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Sk sharma

Very useful

vrushali taware bhoir
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vrushali taware bhoir

Thankyou i see turkish movies with eng sub it really helps me alot

M. Sunitha.
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M. Sunitha.

Tq very much for good information.

Manjunath Prasad
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Good

TOURE
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TOURE

Thank you vert much

Muntasir Mokarem
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Muntasir Mokarem

Splendid and marvelous advice

Timothy
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Timothy

Good information, I come from Hong Kong and would like to chat with native English speakers more, any suggestion?

Gnanaendra Kularathna
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Gnanaendra Kularathna

Grate! Systematic Methodology is shown here to get language competence developed.

sivaprakas pv
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sivaprakas pv

Thanks for your valuable tips….

Naomi Mare
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Naomi Mare

Good tips

Usha
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Usha

Speak in english fluently

Usha
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Usha

Thanks

Charaf
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Charaf

Thanks a million

Ricardo Vergara
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Ricardo Vergara

Thanks so much for these tips. It’s help me gain confidense

markjay
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markjay

awesome

Beta Olivier
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Beta Olivier

Very useful, indeed

Cdw Simon
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Cdw Simon

That the good tipping ppint in talking everyday as I do so for my daughter to learn when we speak each other every day

Khaing Zin Myat
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Khaing Zin Myat

Morning Everyone I join this group.

Nancy—teacher @ https://www.topic-time.jp
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Nancy—teacher @ https://www.topic-time.jp

This is a very practical listing of tips. Thank you! I have previously used your site while conducting Skype classes by sharing my screen and having my students read your tips. Then we talk about them. I would add another tip that students could employ. If the English learning site they are using has videos, see if the videos have an option to slow the pace of the audio playback. On YouTube videos this option is located right beside the subtitle (cc) icon. I recommend slowing audio to .75 and turning off the subtitles. Then if the student needs to,… Read more »