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Hello! I'm 20. I tested my English level and it showed I'm Upper Intermediate. The test doesn't perform for writing and speaking and so I don't know my speaking level to be honest. So I decided to give it a try whatever my lvl of eng speaking will be. I want to able to speak English language fluently and I know if I want to speak English, the only way up to is to Speak English. So, here I am!

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On 8/14/2022 at 7:13 PM, Khine Thida said:

Hello! I'm 20. I tested my English level and it showed I'm Upper Intermediate. The test doesn't perform for writing and speaking and so I don't know my speaking level to be honest. So I decided to give it a try whatever my lvl of eng speaking will be. I want to able to speak English language fluently and I know if I want to speak English, the only way up to is to Speak English. So, here I am!

That's great! Taking the initiative to practice speaking English is a fantastic step toward fluency. Here are a few tips to help you improve your speaking skills:

1. **Practice Regularly**: Try to speak English every day, even if it's just for a few minutes. Consistency is key.
2. **Engage in Conversations**: Find language exchange partners or join English-speaking groups online. Websites like Tandem, HelloTalk, or even social media platforms can help you find people to practice with.
3. **Listen and Repeat**: Listen to English podcasts, watch movies, or TV shows in English, and try to repeat phrases and sentences to get used to the pronunciation and rhythm.
4. **Record Yourself**: Record yourself speaking on different topics. This will help you identify areas where you can improve and track your progress over time.
5. **Expand Your Vocabulary**: Learn new words and phrases every day and try to use them in your conversations.
6. **Think in English**: Try to think in English instead of your native language. This can help you become more fluent and reduce translation time when speaking.
7. **Join English Classes or Speaking Clubs**: If possible, join classes or clubs where you can practice speaking with others and get feedback from instructors or peers.

Would you like to have a conversation now to practice your speaking skills? We can discuss any topic you like!

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On 6/3/2024 at 11:24 AM, RicardoGibbs said:

That's great! Taking the initiative to practice speaking English is a fantastic step toward fluency. Here are a few tips to help you improve your speaking skills:

1. **Practice Regularly**: Try to speak English every day, even if it's just for a few minutes. Consistency is key.
2. **Engage in Conversations**: Find language exchange partners or join English-speaking groups online. Websites like Tandem, HelloTalk, or even social media platforms can help you find people to practice with.
3. **Listen and Repeat**: Listen to English podcasts, watch movies, or TV shows in English, and try to repeat phrases and sentences to get used to the pronunciation and rhythm.
4. **Record Yourself**: Record yourself speaking on different topics. This will help you identify areas where you can improve and track your progress over time.
5. **Expand Your Vocabulary**: Learn new words and phrases every day and try to use them in your conversations.
6. **Think in English**: Try to think in English instead of your native language. This can help you become more fluent and reduce translation time when speaking.
7. **Join English Classes or Speaking Clubs**: If possible, join classes or clubs where you can practice speaking with others and get feedback from instructors or peers.

Would you like to have a conversation now to practice your speaking skills? We can discuss any topic you like!

Thanks for the info, I appreciate it.

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