Improving English speaking skills can be challenging, but there are many ways to practice and improve. Here are five tips from various sources:

1. Practice, practice and don’t be afraid to make mistakes. Try to speak as often as possible. The more you practice, the better you will become. Practice

2. Speak English outside of class: Use English in your daily life as much as possible. Speak English with your friends, roommates, and classmates. If you don't have anyone to speak with, try to find online friends.

3. Watch movies and TV shows in English: This can help you improve your listening skills and vocabulary. Try to imitate the actors and pay attention to new words and phrases. Use English subtitle when you are watching movies.

4. Read in English: Reading can help you improve your vocabulary and grammar. Choose topics that interest you and try reading out loud to improve your pronunciation.

5.  Repeat things you hear: This might seem odd, but repeating what you hear can help you improve your pronunciation and fluency. Try to imitate native speakers and pay attention to intonation and stress.

6. Record yourself speaking. Listening to a recording of your own voice can feel strange. Especially talking in English. But, once you get used to it, recording yourself speaking can be a powerful tool for improvement. The big thing it helps is confidence. I bet you, the first thing you notice when you listen back is that you speak English better than you thought! Another thing is pronunciation, or just feeling the words in your mouth. Speaking a foreign language is a physical workout for your mouth, and you want to get in the gym! You're also practising fluency. Next time you have to talk about that same topic, the ideas and words will flow more easily. By training yourself to notice and correct mistakes, you'll improve your accuracy too.

7. Try to think in English. Possibly my favourite English improving tip is to think in English. Yes, you heard me right, try thinking in English. No matter how busy you are, before you do something you have to think, right? Why not think in English? Force yourself to do it. It’s going to be hard at first because your brain will naturally want to think in your language. If you don’t know how to say a word, write it down in the notebook you have with you and ask for it in class or look it up. I know it may sound crazy (I think that’s why I like it so much), but trust me, it will help. Do it out loud too, but better not in public, we don’t want anyone to think you’re going crazy.

Remember, improving your English skills takes time and effort. Try to incorporate these tips into your daily routine and be patient with yourself. With practice and dedication, you can improve your English-speaking skills.

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