Dilip Kumar Das Kolkata India
How to speak English fluently
I am not an educator, or formally trained teacher, but I will tell you how I did it.
It worked for me, so it may just work for you.
Of course I do not claim my English is a native level, but it serves me well.
This method will make you a lousy interpreter, but you will feel that wonderful ‘click’ in your brain, when you switch to another language. What I mean, your brain will not be translating your native language to a new one as you speak, it will be serving you internally your new language in a natural way.
When you will talk about house, you will picture a house in your head and new language words just pop in ready to be used.
Follow this steps:We use English in four tasks Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking.
1. Reading: I suggest start reading English Newspaper, Interviews of Famous personalities, Autobiographies, Blogs on topics your are fond of, etc. You will encounter words you don't know the meaning, make list of those words, find meanings of them and start using in your daily conversations.
2. Writting: start writing a daily dairy on a notebook or start an online blog. You can start answering questions on Google.
3. Listening: You can watch English movies, shows, songs. This is the basic step. If you want to improve your listening skills more start listening to podcasts, audiobooks, follow some youtube channels and listen to them.
4. Speaking: there is only one way to improve i.e. start conversing in English with your friends, colleagues, parents, siblings etc.
One more thing that is very important is Practice, keep practicing.
All the best!