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How to speak english fluently ?

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How to speak english fluently ?

Fluent english speaking and it's importance

How to speak english fluently ? Before muzzling around this question of how to speak fluent english , let us understand about the importance of this language People who speak English alongside their own mother tongue have a high chance of understanding and adapting to various other cultures apart from their own. They have a  developed communicative and correlative bonding where they learn to explore and respect diverse multicultural environments.

Here are 20 reasons why fluency in english will be fruitful for you 


  • Communication: English is the lingua franca of the world, and learning the language makes it easier for you to communicate with people and deal with every sudden situation. It does not become difficult for you to look for your hotel address if you move to a new city/country.
  • Less room for mistakes: A proper communication also ensures that you do not make any mistake or you are not subjected to any mistake by the person on the other side. As it rightly portrayed in the Bollywood movie Angrezi Medium, calling medicines 'drugs' led to the police arresting two very innocent people for a crime they never imagined.
  • Shared cultural bonding: Learning English can pave the way for you to understand various cultures and know what is important for other people.  This gives rise to mutual respect and a shared bond that helps to maintain a peaceful relationship with people from other communities.
  • Business opportunities: English opens the door for many business opportunities. It is the jack of all trades as you can promote and trade your products and services with clients from all over the world and it allows a much wider client base.
  • Skill development: If you choose to study abroad, learning English will help you to survive in a new environment, with new people, adopting a new culture, day in and day out, as it will boost your communication and problem-solving skills faster than you would back home. 
  • Job opportunities: Knowing more than one language is beneficial when it comes to working in a global company because employers always appreciate employees who can communicate with more and more clients and customers and help spread the word.
  • Professional network: Not only is your English speaking skills helpful for your employer but it is also helpful for you. Your effective communication skills can help you to build an international network that can effectively boost your career.
  • International friendships: It also helps you to make many new friends all over the world and understand and develop their cultures.
  • Polite: Just like you would appreciate a foreigner visiting your country and speaking in Indian languages, they too will appreciate it if you communicate in the native language of your host country.
  • Boosts mental health: Learning a language that allows you to travel anywhere and everywhere, and communicate with anyone and everyone in the world gives you a boost of confidence and sharpens your mental health even more.
  • Helps in R ‘n’ D: Learning English helps the researchers in portraying and promoting their new experiments and sharing the results so that everyone in the world can benefit from it, and it is true for every field – science, arts or literature.
  • Cognitive development: Learning English helps you to solve critical problems in more creative ways as it allows you to explore a greater worldview and solve problems from more than one perspective.
  • Global teamwork: People say ‘teamwork makes the dream work’! And what makes effective teamwork is if you can communicate hassle-free with your team members.
  • Improves memory: Learning any new language is scientifically proven to help patients with various mental disorders like Alzheimer’s or Dementia, as it continuously exercises the brain and improves memory.
  • Travelling made easy: Knowing a language known to people globally makes travelling way easier than you can imagine, as you can read all the road signs and communicate with the locals to learn new things about the new place.
  • Creative inspiration: A proper communication with diverse people can help you to learn about diverse cultures which sometimes can also influence your work and help you to produce masterpieces, especially when it comes to art and literature.
  • Boosts productivity: Incorporating multiple new cultures in the workplace, as well as learning institutes, can help to boost the creativity and productivity among students and employees.
  • Peace bonding: Learning new cultures and adapting to diverse traditions can help people from all parts of the world to coexist peacefully and build stronger relations in trade, politics or communal harmony.
  • Helps in multitasking: Some studies show that learning more than one language can boost your brain to analyse situations in a much creative and critical manner and also helps to multitask.


Financial benefit: Studies show that bilingual and multilingual people are prone to earn more than people who speak only one language because, in the corporate world, your communication skills can earn you many global and promising customers which can prove to be brownie points for you. 


How can Debate improve fluency and vocabulary?

classroom debates can also help in personality development as the students do not fear making mistakes or feel embarrassed as the other competitors are probably going to face similar experiences too. They feel comfortable while voicing their opinion with the assurance that the teacher is always present to guide them in the right direction and the peers are not going to judge for mistakes that every member is afraid to make.

  1. Synonyms are a handy tool.


Always keep synonyms ready at hand for words that you might tend to forget or the words that you think are a little confusing, so that in the moment of need, you don't waste time trying to remember that particular word and instead you can improvise with a synonym that expresses the same meaning.


  1. Familiarity with words builds fluency.


Whenever you are speaking to someone, no matter what the situation is, it is always advisable to use the words that you are familiar with, because while impromptu conversations we don't get much time to mull over and what we want to say, so it best that we use the words that already sit ready in our subconscious mind, so that our speech remains fluent.


  1. Keywords provide better explanations.


Yes, we all can explain things in our way. But sometimes, explaining core concepts using popular keywords and phrases becomes helpful, because it is also possible for the listeners to be aware of the concepts that these keywords express. This helps to keep the message clear.


  1. Practice builds fluency.


In case you feel nervous to speak in front of everyone, it is better to practice English conversation in common daily life scenarios. This helps you to become freer with speaking with people of a different culture and helps you to be more expressive.


  1. Always be ready to learn.

When you interact with people from different cultures and different languages, it is possible that now and then you will come across a new term or a phrase that is used colloquially in your host language. In this situation, the best thing that you can do to improve yourself is by noting them down, and later on, go back to that new word and try to understand the proper usage. This practice helps you to build your vocabulary.


  1. Don't fuss over the accent.


As a non-native English speaker, you are always going to stand out from the rest because of your accent, because it is going to be different from what the native speakers use. Instead of considering it a shortcoming, try to embrace this as quality, and that’s when people around you also start to see it positively. Because native English speakers always find the accent of non-native speakers a little 'exotic' (as the term is popularly used by them).


  1. Don't lose yourself in the process.


Sometimes managing work in a new environment and constantly trying to cope up with situations can be a little overwhelming which may make you feel a little under the weather. 


It is equally important to focus on your wellness because if you do not feel comfortable with yourself, you will find it difficult to keep up with others. Always remember.


  1. Ignore the assuming judgements.


It is possible, and also natural, for anyone to assume that people are going to judge you for the tiniest of errors that you make with grammar or your pronunciation because you are an outsider for them.


The truth is nobody cares about your tiny grammar errors as long as you are expressing yourself clearly. The point is communication. Yes, knowing proper grammar is important, but it is not something that can judge your work or you as a person.


  1. Perfect body language. 


Body language and attitude show how confident you are more than the words you utter. Even if you are messing up in your speech, always remember to keep your physical features easy and not constricting. Include hand movements (moderately) while speaking. Maintain a positive attitude towards your conversation with others. 


  1. Laugh at your own mistakes.


Knowing where you are making mistakes always opens up more room for you to learn and improve your spoken skills. Always be ready to laugh at your own mistakes because it proves that you are not uptight about judgements and are always willing to learn more. And thus people around you also become freer and teach you freely.


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