Speak English Fluently

                                                     Hello, friends.

Do you want to speak English fluently? Yes, you do. I am happy that you try hard to speak English. As I am your well-wisher, I am always with you to enrich your Spoken English. So, on this fine day, I have taken a very useful topic for you. It is:

Speak English fluently.

 In this topic, you will find:

1. The easiest way to speak.

2. Some easy and useful words and sentences to speak for a beginner.

Let's get started:

First, be positive.

A few sentences for

English Speaking Practice

Let's move on:

1. 'What brings you here?'

Meaning:

For what reason have you come here?

Here, 'brings' means to cause someone to come to a place.

 

2. 'I am over the moon.'

Meaning:

I am very happy. Or, I am very pleased.

Let's see:

●I am over the moon. Because you have achieved the goal.

 

3. 'It happens The easiest way to speak.

2. Some easy and useful words and sentences to speak for a beginner.

'What brings you here?'

Meaning:

For what reason have you come here?

Here, 'brings' means to cause someone to come to a place.

 

2. 'I am over the moon.

Meaning:

I am very happy. Or, I am very pleased.

Let's see:

●I am over the moon. Because you have achieved the goal.

 

3. 'It happens

to the best of us.'

Meaning:

You may mistake or everybody mistakes, so don't worry.

Let's see:

Jane: I got nervous at that time.

Jack: It happens to the best of us. I'm sure that you will be able.

 

4. 'We are all set for the work.'

Meaning:

We are completely ready for the work.

'all set' means- completely ready.

Let's see:

●Dinner is all set.

●Your room is all set.

●Are you all set for college?

●I am all set to leave this place.

 

5. 'He is   grounded.'

Meaning:

He takes a good decision and doesn't do or say the stupid things.

 

6. 'The onus is on you.'

Meaning:

Here, 'onus' means- something that is one's duty or responsibility.

Let's see:

●The onus is on you to do all the things.

●The onus is on you to complete it.

 

7.'I am hyperactive.'

Meaning:

I have more energy than normal. I get excited; I cannot stay still.

Hyperactive means-

a state of being unusually or abnormally active.

Let's see:

●My son is hyperactive and so, he has little consecration.

 

8. Please, understand the gravity of the situation.

Meaning:

Please, understand the extreme importance of the situation. Or, please understand the seriousness of the situation.

Here, the Synonyms of 'gravity' are:

●importance

●seriousness

●urgency

●severity

 

9. Don't count your chickens before they hatch.

Meaning:

You should not make any plan depending on something good happening before you know that it has actually happened.

 

10. I'll get in the groove.

Meaning:

'in the groove' means-

to start performing successfully, performing confidently or consistently well.

 

Friends, these will help you to speak very easily in some particular situations. I hope, as a beginner these will help. You will find an easy way to speak.

 I believe that you have ability. Only you should be positive.

 

Remember:

W●Where there is a will, there is a way.

Y●You should be curious.

Y●You should try again and again.

P●Practise as possible.

C●Communicate as possible.

T●Talk to your well-wishers using these sentences.

 

●Practice makes perfect.

 

Now, Some Useful Vocabulary

For English Speaking Practice

Let's move on:

1. Overhear:

Meaning:to hear what other people are saying without understanding.

Or, you are hearing what they are talking, but they don't know that you are hearing .

●I overheard their conversation.

●He overheard our conversation.

●He said that you were overhearing our conversation.

●I never want to overhear their conversation.

 

2. Put or Keep?

Only one difference is sufficient to be clear.

●Put the bag on the bench now.

●Keep the bag on the table.

 

'put the bag in the bench now' means- to place the bag on the bench temporarily.

Put means to place something on a temporary place.

 

'keep the bag on the table' means- place the table on the bench permanently.

Keep means to place something permanently.

 

3. Been or gone?

'He has been to Delhi.'

It means- he went to Delhi and has returned from the place; viz 'been' means to go and return.

 

'He has gone to Delhi.'

It means- he has gone to Delhi but not returned.

Go means to reach the place but not to return.

 

4. Job or Work?

Job- a work that a person does to earn money.

Work- an activity that a person does using physical and mental effort.

Let's see:

●I am doing a good job in the office.

● He did the work yesterday.

●I have got a job.

●My father is over the moon hearing that I have got a job.

●My job is very comfortable.

● His son has got a job in the company.

●He appeared an interview and got a good job.

 

5. Have or Has?

It is very easy. First thing is, "have" is used with "I", "you" and "we".

Except 'I', 'you' and 'we', "has" is used with all the Subjects of Singular Number and "have" is used with all the Subjects of Plural Number.

Let's see:

● The man has read a newspaper.

●They have played.

●The boys have gone there.

●Jadu has gone.

●Jadu and Ram have gone there.

●They have finished the work.

●You have done the work.

●He has a bicycle.

●We have car.

●I have a pen.

  

Important:

1. Have or Has is used in Present Perfect Tense.

After Have or Has, Main Verb is written in Past Participle form.

2. Have or Has is used in Simple Present Tense too.

But, how?

In Simple Present Tense, no Verb is written after them.

Let's see:

Present Perfect Tense:

●He has left the place.

●They have gone there.

 

Simple Present Tense

●I have a pen.

● We have a car.

● They have a helicopter.

 

Useful Everyday Spoken English Sentences

1. I don't feel like eating anything now.

2. In my free time, I like to play carrom.

3. I love you very much.

4. Can you give me a hand?(seeking help)

5. When's your exam?

6. Your exam is getting closer. Study hard.

7. Cut your coat according to your clothes.

8. All that glitters is not gold.

9. Go on a proper diet.

10. My son is well-built.

11. I feel like something.

12. Take exercise regularly.

 

Ultimate Solution

1. Communicate per day.

2. Listen to conversation per day.

3. Don't take your mistakes over seriously.

 

This is about Speak English Fluently.

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