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How to speak English fluently

It is a dream of almost everybody learning English to want to speak it fluently. After all, this shows that you have truly mastered the language. In the global market nowadays, it is absolutely vital that you learn to speak English fluently, and if your pronunciation is slightly off, or perhaps you need to pause and think of a couple of words from time to time, then this is something which needs to be worked on. In this article I want to share with you a couple of ideas surrounding how you can learn English fluently. You will be surprised at just how easy some of these are to put into practice!

Firstly, you are going to need to be confident. If you rush into a conversation thinking too much about what you are going to say then this is going to be incredibly detrimental to you. Instead you just need to jump in there without too much hesitation. Just like a native speaker would do. I am confident that you have the ability to speak English fluently, you just need to show yourself this.

Now the biggest downfall of anybody wanting to speak English fluently is becoming too hung up on those complex grammatical rules. Let's be honest, very few of them actually apply in 'day to day' conversation, so just forget about them, or try to put them to the back of your mind. As I mentioned before, if you put as little thought it talking English as possible, you will be successful.

Secondly, find people that actually talk English fluently, it doesn't matter where you are located, this should be pretty easy. Don't be afraid to talk to them, nobody will judge. The key thing here is that you want them to be able to correct you whilst you are learning, and this is going to allow you to come on in leaks and bounds. Likewise, surround yourself with English. This means watching television, movies, listening to music and even radio shows. This will help you a lot.

In addition to this, you are going to need to start thinking in English. Your biggest downfall will be thinking of a word in your mother tongue and then needing to translate. This is going to slow you down a lot. Sadly, there is no easy route towards thinking in English, but trust me, the more you practice, the quicker you will be able to manage it. I do believe that this is the 'holy grail' of English speaking, and if you can learn to think in the language then you will be able to talk fluently in the language.

I hope these nifty little hints and tips will give you a push in the right direction towards speaking English fluently. Honestly, put a couple of these into practice and you will be surprised at just how much improvement you can make. Don't worry if you make a mistake, this is part of the learning process. Jump in there with no fear and it will all be OK!

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