How to speak in English fluently?IELTS Speaking:

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Would you like to speak in English fluently?

You may find some tips writing by me at British Council/BBC official web site including respected others here:

http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/forum-topic/speaking-why-it-so-hard-students?page=2

Add your skype id here and start up from now on, other students are from Romania, Bulgaria, Japan, Taiwan and so on,you can contact with them too in course of time.

I visited BKK,Hongkong five times and have been there altogether 2 years, later I have been in Manchester too.

Again, I visited Iran, Turkey, China and other few-what I learned from there, a lot of qualified persons in terms of successful businessmen or holding good certificates,can’t express their views during the time(most crucial moment)of immigration process to get into the respective country, but waiting for confusion by the immigration officer due to not have convinced the officer!

I saw some have been deported to for confusion or got the visa for seven days as conditions, etc!
I certainly believe you will not be the next victimized, as you have already gotten the point right now!

Skype:

quazi.minhaja

Or(another)
My writing tips: how to speak in English fluently? here(below):

Do You Need to know the Basic English Grammar?
Here: English language forum-ask questions–

https://quazisstepinenglishgrammar.wordpress.com/

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8 thoughts on “How to speak in English fluently?IELTS Speaking:”

  1. I want to speak English fluently, how can I Sir?

  2. How to speak in English fluently, avoiding criticizer!

    Mr. Sabur!
    It is the question of thousand Bangladeshis.

    If I say it is nothing. You will be astonished! Because you and your several English teachers are unable to do so, where I am saying different way!

    Again, I am saying so-it is nothing.

    Main problem is, your environment doesn’t permit you saying in fluent English!
    E.G. when you try to say in English, beside your one friend/almost well in English’s
    any person, he can negatively comment than make encouraging voices. In practical life , they do so. It must impact on your enthusiasm negatively.

    Fortunately, from beginning in my life, I had these criticizers and encourager s beside me!

    Interesting is, from my University first year life, I could speak in English fluently!
    Though I don’t come from any English medium school! How did it possible? Answer: Wills power.

    In Dhaka university first year, I got a chance to go as a student Brigade part time job participating program.This was part time job to go to the ‘Upazela parishad administration’s seeing, how did it work?My team leader was a master’s Final year student.He saw, I could speak English fluently with the UNO during the meeting!

    It helped us getting advantages living good places, good feeding, and etc!

    A practical advantage, as Upozella Nirbhai Officer(UNO)likes—–clear? In exchange, I got extra facility from my team leader.This is only one example.

    Later,I got numerous facilities speaking in fluent English in different
    situations!Except,never expect from uncouth person or environment-like -from our some so called politicians!(If it is in favor, they will with you!)

    So, be aware of beside your negative criticizers! They are actually failure persons or afraid of you one of competitors against them. Clear?

    Several practical examples, I can cite you here, but I shouldn’t give much meticulous ways.Without humbug talking, one I must present you that is our so called renowned English knowledge providers or coaching centers in Dhaka are almost all ‘Empty vessels sounds much’ position—–if I have the time, later I discuss it!

    They have more interest earning money than they teach you! Sheer commercialism!

    Take some tips right here:

    https://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/forum-topic/speaking-why-it-so-hard-students?page=2

  3. Follow the IELTS speaking rules to be a perfect speaker, and be an excellent scorer over there right now!!!

    IELTS
    Speaking techniques:

    PART 1

    Time: 4-5 minutes

    Before the part one questions starting, there is a brief introduction. The examiner will introduce him/herself and you will need to tell the examiner your name and show your identification such as a passport or ID card.

    The questions will then begin. This part of the IELTS speaking test is the easiest part. The examiner will ask you general questions about yourself.

    Common topics are on your home, family, job, studies, interests, and a range of similar familiar topic areas.

    The examiner will choose three topic areas, and you’ll have about four questions about on each. So you’ll have around 10-14 questions, depending on how long you speak for on each.

    Here is an example:

    I’d just like to ask you some questions about your work.

    What job do you do?
    Why did you choose that particular job?
    What do you do every day?
    What other work would you consider doing?

    I’d like to move on and ask you some questions about relaxing:

    What types of activities help you relax?
    Do you like to do these activities alone or with other people?
    Why do you think it is important for people to relax?
    Do you think people have enough time for relaxing?

    Let’s change the topic and talk about your family:

    Do you have a big or a small family?
    Do you live together or nearby?
    What activities do you like to do together?
    Who is your favourite family member?

    PART 2

    Time: 3-4 minutes

    In the IELTS speaking part 2 you will have to talk on a topic that the examiner gives you for two minutes. It is designed to test your ability to speak for an extended period without hesitation or repetition.

    You will be given a card that asks you to ‘describe’ something. They are topics that you should have some experience of or know something about.

    You may, for example, be asked to describe a person you know, a place you’ve been to, or a possession you have, but there are many different topics, so you have to be prepared for any topic. On the card, there will also be three sub-points that you should cover when you are speaking.

    You will have one minute to prepare what you are going to say, and you’ll be given a paper and a pencil to make notes if you want to.

    Here is an example:
    ielts-speaking-part-2-clothes You may then be asked one or two short follow up questions:

    Do your friends like to wear this types of clothes?
    Do you wear other styles of clothes as well?

    PART 3

    Time: 4-5 minutes

    In the final part of the IELTS speaking test the examiner will have a discussion with you about some issues that will be related to the topic that you talked about in part 2. The questions in this part are of a more abstract nature and so are more difficult than the questions in part one and two.

    It’s a two-way discussion, but you will still be expected to do most of the speaking.

    Here is an example:

    Is buying clothes a popular activity for teenagers in your country?

    How much money should parents spend on their children’s clothes?

    What types of fashions do teenagers like to wear in your country?

    What influence has the fashion industry had in your country?

    Are the fashions of today different from those when your parents were young?

    What do you think will be the effects of the fashion industry in the next ten years?

  4. And I have faced it.

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