brain. When you want to say the same thing or some thing that is similar, you imitate the sentence that is stored inyour brain.Consider the sentence: Ram runs much faster than Sham.Assume that this sentence is given as input. Later when you want to say a similar thing, your brain pulls this sentenceout of your memory and comes up with:Hari runs much faster than Sham.ORSameer runs much slower than Ajit. etc.Basically, learning is done by imitation! Input is what is fed into the brain so that there is something available for imitation. The more the input, more sentences are available for the brain to imitate.So the fastest way of learning how to speak the language fluently would be to get as much as possible input of thelanguage. The more input of the language you get the more correct sentences you will be able to form when you try tospeak the language.You must try to get “as much as possible” input of correct English. The more input you get the more sentences you willbe able to form correctly. The more sentences you can form correctly the more your confidence of speaking Englishwill increase and the more you will learn!Tips for speaking English fluently! - Where do you get input from?There is English input available everywhere. Here are a few tips and suggestions for you to find input of Englisharound you and improve your English speech:
Rent or buy an English movie DVD
Rent or buy an English movie DVD. Put the English subtitles on. Follow the movie.This has many advantages:
You will be able to compare the written words to the correct pronunciations.
You will get a feel of how real English sentences are formed when speaking.
You will be learning English but it will not be frustrating and boring because you will be watching a movie.Please note: When you watch the movie be sure to keep your dictionary handy. Whenever you come across a newword, pause the movie and look it up in the dictionary. If you don’t do this, the whole experience will be quite pointless.
Read about any subject that interests you
There are a lot of English magazines available on a lot of different topics.No matter what subject interests you, there must be some magazine that talks about it. There are English magazinesabout Business, Brides, Guns and Ammo, House Keeping, Stock Market, Sports, Computers, Electronics, Linux,Graphic Designing, Cooking etc.Find the magazine that interests you and read it cover to cover. Be sure to look out for new words and new phrasesand look them up in the dictionary as you go.If you cannot find a magazine of your choice, look for information you are interested in on the Internet. There isinformation available on every topic under the sun on the Internet.
Read Internet forums of subject matter that interests you
Got to Internet forums of the subject matter that interests you. Generally most of the forums are in English languageand are a great source of English input.For those of you who are not familiar with Internet forums, these are places where people interested in a particular subject can get together and share their views and opinions about a particular subject. You can also ask specificquestions to other people and they will help you out if they can. On the Internet, there are forums available about eachand every subject.Forums are a great source of information. Also in forums real people talk about real problems. Most of the informationtyped in forums is written in an informal way. Because of this the forums make a good source for English input.Reading forums exposes you to a lot of phrases of daily use.You could find forums on any subject matter that interests you at: Google GroupsYou could also go to "Google" and search for the forum of the subject matter you are interested in by typing insomething like “C programming forum” or “Cooking forum” etc.When reading forums also make sure you find out the meaning of every new word or phrase you come across or thewhole exercise will be useless.
Read English fiction novels
Read English fiction of your choice. This is our India. Books are not costly here. You get cheap book in every nook andcorner. If you want to pick up an interesting cheap English novel, go to the closest "raddi walla" (You know, the guyyou sell your old daily news papers to...) They will generally also have old novels, book and magazines. These wontbe good quality. They will all be second hand. But that’s okay, they will be nice and cheap. Pick up some thing thatinterests you. Take it home and read it. Be sure to look up all the new words you come across in the book.
Listen to the radio and TV
Our "All India Radio" has some good programs that are designed to teach English to the listener.Besides this, there are also many different radio stations available now-a-days in the big cities. Some of these radiostations are in English. Listen to them to get a feel of the language.