How can I practice to speak English?

Download Article Explore this Article IN THIS ARTICLE 1 Speak in front of a mirror. 2 Read aloud to yo

How can I practice to speak English?

Download Article Explore this Article IN THIS ARTICLE 1 Speak in front of a mirror. 2 Read aloud to yourself. 3 Listen to spoken English and repeat it back. 4 Narrate your actions. 5 Memorize a poem or speech and recite it. 6 Test out tongue twisters. 7 Record yourself speaking and play it back. 8 Sing along with English lyrics. 9 Dictate in English instead of writing. 10 Read English subtitles aloud. 11 Commentate a sports broadcast. 12 Practice shadow reading. + Show 9 more... - Show less...  Other Sections Questions & Answers Tips and Warnings Related Articles References      Co-authored by Patrick Muñoz and Jennifer Mueller, JD

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This article was co-authored by Patrick Muñoz and by wikiHow staff writer, Jennifer Mueller, JD. Patrick is an internationally recognized Voice & Speech Coach, focusing on public speaking, vocal power, accent and dialects, accent reduction, voiceover, acting and speech therapy. He has worked with clients such as Penelope Cruz, Eva Longoria, and Roselyn Sanchez. He was voted LA's Favorite Voice and Dialect Coach by BACKSTAGE, is the voice and speech coach for Disney and Turner Classic Movies, and is a member of Voice and Speech Trainers Association.

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There are plenty of ways that you can practice your English all by yourself! Here, we've gathered some of the best ways to work on your pronunciation and the fluency of your speech, even if no one else is around to hear you.

Steps

1 1 of 12:Speak in front of a mirror.

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  • The mirror also creates an illusion that you have a partner, which can help build your confidence without the stress of talking to a native speaker.[2] X Expert Source

Patrick Muñoz
Voice & Speech Coach Expert Interview.  12 November 2019.

  • Work on sounding more conversational or naturalnot being grammatically perfect every time. Try mimicking the musicality and rhythm of native speakers.[3] X Expert Source

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2 2 of 12:Read aloud to yourself.

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  • Choose a story or article on your reading level to get the best speaking practice. You want to be able to read the words fairly smoothly without having to stop frequently to look something up.
  • If you're reading dialogue, try to say the parts that characters would speak using the same tone they would use if they were speaking the words. For example, if a character is asking a question, speak with a rising tone at the end of the sentence to indicate a question.

3 3 of 12:Listen to spoken English and repeat it back.

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Patrick Muñoz
Voice & Speech Coach Expert Interview.  12 November 2019.

  • When you get one sentence right, move on to the next. It can take some time to get through even the shortest video like this, but you'll get a lot of good English practice.
  • You may have to bring longer, more complex sentences up into shorter phrases at first so you can get them right.Advertisement

4 4 of 12:Narrate your actions.

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  • For example, you might say, "I'm getting ready to go to work. Now I'm taking out the trash. I see clouds in the sky. I hope that it won't rain today. I'm looking forward to playing soccer later."
  • You can use this to practice verb tenses or conjugation as well. For example, you might say, "I am taking out the trash. My brother is not taking out the trash. He will take out the trash next week."

5 5 of 12:Memorize a poem or speech and recite it.

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  • You can even do small parts of the passage when you have just a few seconds. For example, suppose you've decided to memorize the poem "Trees," by Joyce Kilmer. Whenever you have a couple of seconds, you might say aloud, "I think that I shall never see, a poem lovely as a tree."[8] X Research source  Advertisement

6 6 of 12:Test out tongue twisters.

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Patrick Muñoz
Voice & Speech Coach Expert Interview.  12 November 2019.

  • She sells seashells by the seashore.
  • Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.
  • How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
  • He threw three free throws.
  • We surely shall see the sun shine soon.

7 7 of 12:Record yourself speaking and play it back.

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Patrick Muñoz
Voice & Speech Coach Expert Interview.  12 November 2019.

  • If you have a recording of a native English speaker reading the same passage, play your recording first, then play theirs. Note where your pronunciation differs so you'll know what you need to practice more.Advertisement

8 8 of 12:Sing along with English lyrics.

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  • Listening to English-language music is a good way to immerse yourself in the language. Initially, you might find that you don't understand all the words. But as you continue to listen, you'll start understanding more and more.
  • If you're having trouble understanding the lyrics, search for them online. Then, you can read along as you listen to the song.

9 9 of 12:Dictate in English instead of writing.

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  • The neat thing is you can also see your words in print, so you can read them back and check for grammatical errors.
  • If you have a virtual assistant, such as Siri or Alexa, you can set its default language to English. Then, you'll have to speak to it in English to get it to do things for you. How the virtual assistant understands what you've said also helps you improve your pronunciation.[13] X Research source  Advertisement

10 10 of 12:Read English subtitles aloud.

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  • Keep in mind that subtitles don't always show you the exact words the person on the screen is saying. This is especially likely in movies where the actors frequently deviate from the script. Even if the words aren't exactly the same, it's still good practice!

11 11 of 12:Commentate a sports broadcast.

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  • You can also try to translate a sports broadcast in your native language into English. Translating is a much more advanced skill, because you have to be able to listen and speak at the same time, but it will definitely improve your speaking skills.Advertisement

12 12 of 12:Practice shadow reading.

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  • This is a more advanced practice, because many native speakers will speak much faster than you're used to. It can be easier if you find a prepared speechpeople making speeches tend to speak more slowly and distinctly than in casual speech.
  • This practice differs from reading subtitles aloud because subtitles aren't meant to be a verbatim transcript. Often, the subtitles merely provide the general idea of what the person is saying, and they don't get everythingespecially if there are several people talking at once.

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