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How to Speak English fluently: Simple 10 steps to Extraordinary Fluency

1. Stop translating and start feeling:

Did you ever wonder how and why you speak in your native language so fluently? It’s because you think and feel in your native language.You simply listen to what people speak around you.


Now, when you speak in English, you begin to translate your native language into English in your mind. It is a process of fatigue and confusion for your brain. This is what you should stop doing and, instead of translating, begin to feel and think in English.

It is about your mentality. You need to keep your mind in "Stop translating and start feeling". Tell your mind not to translate and instead start to feel English as you do in your native language.

We all know that we have a monkey mind that keeps talking in our head. It is a person inside you and with that person, you are always having a conversation in your native language. Maybe you're doing all your conversations with your monkey friend right now. You need to start doing it in English. And at this stage do not worry about making mistakes or correcting the grammar, etc. Remember to do it like children. You may not worry about that. There are many ways to correct and improve once your mind has been established.

2. Find study partners

You don’t need native speakers to practice your English. Find a  English study partner, or form an English club and meet regularly to speak English. You can motivate each other, and you will learn by helping others with their problems.

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1. www.englishuncle.com

2. speaking24.com


Get online and you can be in contact with people from across the world. Join English chat rooms , take an online English course, or find a penpal to practice your English while learning about different cultures. With social media, it’s easier than ever to stay in touch with friends from all across the world.

3. Focus on fluency, not grammar.

When you speak in English how often do you stop..?

The more you stop, the less confident you are and the less comfortable you feel. Try the previous mirror exercise, but challenge yourself to talk non-stop or stutter (pausing between your words) all the time.

This could mean that your sentences will not be grammatically correct, and that's fine! If you focus on speaking fluently instead of doing it correctly, you will still be understood and you will hear better. You can complete the grammar and correct word rules as you learn them better.

4. Get More out of Listening

When most students listen to a native English speaker, they specialize in understanding what all the words mean. This is positively necessary, however, there is much you will learn by listening. Try to listen not only what the words mean, however, the person says them. Notice that the words with which the person joins in a sentence in excess, or after they say "already" instead of "you". Try to take these details into account when speaking and Your English will begin to sound more natural.

Easier said than done. true? When listening to native English speakers, it can be difficult to understand every word that is spoken. They can use many words you do not know, talk too fast or have a strong accent.

A fantastic way to practice careful, active listening is to start using FluentU website.

5. Learn and Study Phrases

Speaking English fluently means having the ability to precise your thoughts, feelings and concepts. Your goal is to talk English fully sentences, thus why not learn it fully sentences? You’ll realize that English is additional helpful in your daily life if you study whole phrases, instead of simply vocabulary and verbs. begin by wondering phrases that you just use oft in your linguistic communication, so learn the way to mention them in English.

6. Don’t Study Grammar Too Much

The key to learning a language is to find a balance between studying and practicing. Speaking English fluently is not the same as knowing the grammar of perfect English, even native English speakers make grammar mistakes! Fluency is about being able to communicate. That is why it is sometimes important to keep the grammar textbook in order to get out and practice those skills of writing, reading, listening and speaking in the real world.

7. Don’t Be Afraid to Make Mistakes

Sometimes it can be difficult to put all those rules and words together in a simple sentence. Do not let the fear of saying something wrong stop you from talking at all. Even if you think you are making a mistake, keep talking anyway. Most of the time, people will understand what you're trying to say, even if you're wrong. Also, the more you speak, the easier it will become and the more quickly you will come up with the right words.

8. Learn from Everyone

Not only do you have to learn from textbooks and teachers in English, anyone who speaks English can help you practice. Imagine how you would feel if someone asked you, in your native language, how to pronounce something? Would you be angry? Do not! You will probably be happy to help, just as most English speakers are happy to help you. If you know an English speaker, be it a friend or co-worker, take the opportunity to practice and learn from them.


Speaking English is the most important part. You can learn all the grammatical rules of the word, but you can not speak unless you practice. But how can you practice alone? This brings us to the next point!