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How to be a good speaker in English competition?

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Hi Divya, get hold of the topic in which you shall be speaking. Acquire good knowledge of the subject. Practice speaking it in front of the mirror and then finally on stage. It will help.

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few Easy Ways to Become a Better Public Speaker - Chat up audience members before your presentation. - Enhance your visuals and audio. - Flip your mindset to ease your nerves. - Get interactive.

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To become a good speaker in English competition you should have the proper and systematic knowledge of tense and vocabulary. You should have good pronunciation. You should have word stock. And you have to practice as much as possible.Then after you will become a good speaker.


Great suggestions from Sundaram and Nandita! Don't worry too much about impressing others, it can turn counterproductive, share your thoughts with deep sincerity and the audience will love you for your refreshing candor

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Read various books of competitive exams, their debates on different topics.This will boost your speaking skill.

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Textbook and training will strengthen your grammar and overall language. For practical application of language and be a good speaker, join Toastmasters club. Toastmasters International is a Non-profit organization developing public speaking. Here is the link:

Dear Divya Before you can speak English in a competition you need to practice on your own. The best course would be to speak with your teachers, peers and friends. If that option does not give you the sufficient pratice, you can do it on your own too. For this i suggest all the students to read a news... read more
Dear Divya Before you can speak English in a competition you need to practice on your own. The best course would be to speak with your teachers, peers and friends. If that option does not give you the sufficient pratice, you can do it on your own too. For this i suggest all the students to read a news item or an article in a newspaper aloud. you are sure to stumble on some words. these words will be those, the meanins or pronunciation of which you are not sure of. In other words these are the words or phrases with which you have either no familiarity or little one. once these words have been identified you can look up their meaning and pronunciation. this way you will increase your vocabulary, which will stand you in good stead in a competition. Another advantage of reading out aloud is that you get to listen to your own voice and you know then how do you sound while speaking in English. You can then seek further guidance from your teachers in this regard. You can also try standing in front of a mirror while doing this exercise. then you also know how your mouth and face look while you speak. If you feel that any improvement is needed in your stance you can then effect it. read less

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