How to improve English Speaking Skills Way to improve English Speaking

How to improve English Speaking Skills Way to improve English Speaking

How to improve English Speaking Skills Way to improve English

Speaking

Students often hesitate to speak english just because that is not their native language. Sometimes, they think what others say if they try to speak in english or feel fear to speak wrong english words pronunciation, grammatically wrong sentences. They think more and more so, this overthinking usually make them hesitate to speak english fluently. Dear students, there are certain things that you don’t know which improves your english speaking.

Firstly, you should try to remove your hesitation and learn to ignore feelings like what others say, is it my sentences correct or not, grammatically my sentences correct or not, how is my pronunciation. And When you learn all these things, then you will easily speak english without any humming or hesitation.

Some important points which helps to improve your english speaking are as follows :-

  1. If you are a beginner, try to make sentences from your daily life. Discuss your routine from morning to evening and find the appropriate words to make these sentences.
  2. Read english books. Translate the difficult words and understand properly the sentences from books. Remember all the words which you translate once.
  3. Increase your vocabulary. You should make it your daily habit that you have to learn 4 to 5 words everyday. Note these words with the help of pen on notebook or you can also use your mobile phone to make some notes. Well, when you note these words, this is not the end, read these words and try to make sentences with these words. In this way, these sentences will definitely settled on your tongue.
  4. Try to remove your humming, hesitation. Trust on yourself.
  5. Increase your mind subconsciousness to correlate the sentences, words and to enhance your memorize skills.

How to make sentences and What is the structure of sentences

To make sentences, learn Rules of tenses, understand the present, past, future criteria of these tenses.

 

Tenses (Types of tenses)

Present Tense

  1. Present Indefinite Tense
  2. Present continuous Tense
  3. Present Perfect Tense
  4. Present Perfect continuous Tense

Past Tense

  1. Past Indefinite Tense
  2. Past continuous Tense
  3. Past Perfect Tense
  4. Past Perfect continuous Tense

Future Tense

  1. Future Indefinite Tense
  2. Future continuous Tense
  3. Future Perfect Tense
  4. Future Perfect continuous Tense

 

Present Tense

  • Present Indefinite Tense

 Sentence Structure :- Subject + verb(1st form + s or es)+ object          

  

For example:-

Simple sentence

  1. She takes tea.
  2. He goes for walk daily
  3. We eat food.
  4. You clean house.
  5. I watch television regularly.
  6. They pluck flowers.
Negative sentence

  1. She does not take tea.
  2. He does not go for walk daily.
  3. We do not eat food.
  4. You do not clean house.
  5. I do not watch television regularly.
  6. They do not pluck flowers.
Interrogative sentence

  1. Does she take tea?
  2. Does he go for walk daily?
  3. Do We eat food?
  4. Do you clean house?
  5. Do I watch television regularly?
  6. Do they pluck flowers?
  • Present continuous Tense 

Sentence Structure :- Subject + helping verb+verb 1st form + ing+ object

 

 

For example:-

Simple sentence

  1. She is going to Chandigarh.
  2. He is staying with his parents at the moment.
  3. We are watching a match.
  4. children are playing football in the playground.
  5. I am doing my homework
  6. They all are drinking tea.
Negative sentence

  1. She is not going to Chandigarh.
  2. He is not staying with his parents at the moment.
  3. We are not watching a match.
  4. children are not playing football in the playground.
  5. I am not doing my homework
  6. They all are not drinking tea.
Interrogative sentence

  1. Is she going to Chandigarh?
  2. Where is he staying at the moment?
  3. Who is watch a match?
  4. Are children not playing football?
  5. What are you doing?
  6. Are they drinking tea?
  • Present Perfect Tense

  • Sentence Structure :- Subject + helping verb+verb 3rd form+ object

For example:-

Simple sentence

  1. I have finished the job.
  2. You have eaten your lunch.
  3. He has brought his violin.
  4. I have read all the books of Dr. Narinder Singh Kapoor.
  5. She has apologized to us.
Negative sentence

  1. I have not finished the job.
  2. You have not eaten your lunch.
  3. He has not brought his violin.
  4. I have not read all the books of Dr. Narinder Singh Kapoor.
  5. She has not apologized to anyone.
Interrogative sentence

  1. Have I finished the job?
  2. Have you eaten your lunch?
  3. Has he brought his violin?
  4. Have you read all the books of Dr. Narinder Singh Kapoor?
  5. has she apologized to anyone?
  • Present Perfect Continuous Tense

Sentence Structure :- Subject + helping verb+been+verb 1st form+ing+ object

For example:-

Simple sentence

  1. We have been living in this house for twenty years.
  2. It has been raining since last day
  3. The girl has been reading her book.
  4. I have been writing my book.
Negative sentence

  1. We have not been living in this house for twenty years.
  2. It has not been raining since last day
  3. The girl has not been reading her book.
  4. I have not been writing my book.
Interrogative sentence

  1. Who has been sleeping in my bed?
  2. Has it been raining since last day?
  3. Have you been writing your book.

Past tense

  • Past Indefinite Tense

 Sentence Structure :- Subject + verb(2nd form)+ object

For example:-

Simple sentence

  1. Sita went to home.
  2. I wrote a letter.
  3. They played football match.
  4. we wanted justice.
Negative sentence

  1. Sita did not go to home.
  2. I did not write a letter.
  3. They did not play football match.
  4. We did not want this.
Interrogative sentence

  1. Did she go to home?
  2. Did i write a letter?
  3. Did they play football match?
  4. Did you want this?

   

  • Past Continuous Tense

 Sentence Structure :- Subject + helping verb+verb 1st form + ing+ object

 Helping verb:- Was, Were

Singular :- It, She, He,I — Was

Plural :-You, They, We — Were

For example:-

Simple sentence

    1. She was going to Chandigarh.
    2. He was staying with his parents at the moment.
    3. We were watching a match.
    4. children were playing football in the playground.
    5. I was doing my homework
    6. They all were drinking tea.
Negative sentence

  1. She was not going to Chandigarh.
  2. He was not staying with his parents at the moment.
  3. We were not watching a match.
  4. children were not playing football in the playground.
  5. I was not doing my homework
  6. They all were not drinking tea.
  1. Interrogative sentence
    1. was she going to Chandigarh?
    2. Where was he staying at the moment?
    3. Who was watch a match?
    4. Were children not playing football?
    5. What were you doing?
    6. Were they drinking tea?
  • Past Perfect Tense

  • Sentence Structure :- Subject + helping verb(had)+verb 3rd form+ object

Helping verb:- had

Singular :- It, She, He,I — had

Plural :-You, They, We — had

For example:-

Simple sentence

    1. She had lost her camera.
    2. We had earned money.
    3. They had bought a car.
    4. I had cooked some food
Negative sentence

  1. She had not lost her camera.
  2. We had not earned money.
  3. They had not bought a car.
  4. I had not cooked some food
  1. Interrogative sentence
    1. Had she lost her camera?
    2. Had we earned money?
    3. Had they not bought a car?
    4. Had i cooked some food?
  • Past Perfect Continuous Tense

  • Sentence Structure :- Subject + helping verb+been+verb 1st form+ing+ object

For example:-

Simple sentence

    1. We had been living in this house for twenty years.
    2. It had been raining since last day
    3. The girl had been reading her book.
    4. I had been writing my book.
Negative sentence

  1. We had not been living in this house for twenty years.
  2. It had not been raining since last day
  3. The girl had not been reading her book.
  4. I had not been writing my book.
  1. Interrogative sentence
    1. Who had been sleeping in my bed?
    2. Had it been raining since last day?
    3. Had you been writing your book.

Future Tense

  • Future Indefinite Tense

 Sentence Structure :- Subject + helping verb+1st verb + object

 Helping verb:- Will, Shall

HE, She, They, It :- Will

I, We :- Shall

For example:-

Simple sentence

    1. Rajiv will go to school.
    2. I shall play hockey.
    3. You will study.
    4. We think our team will win.
Negative sentence

  1. Rajiv will not go to school.
  2. I shall not play hockey.
  3. You will not study.
  4. We think our team will not win.
  1. Interrogative sentence
    1. Will Rajiv go to school?
    2. Shall I play hockey?
    3. Will you study?
    4. Will she win?
  • Future Continuous Tense

 Sentence Structure :- Subject + helping verb+be+verb 1st form + ing+ object

Helping verb:- Will, Shall

HE, She, They, It :- Will

I, We :- Shall

For example:-

Simple sentence

    1. I guess you will be feeling thirsty after working in the sun.
    2. You will be waiting for her when her plane arrives tonight.
    3. I will be eating with Ajay this evening so i can tell her.
Negative sentence.

  1. I guess you will not be feeling thirsty after working in the sun.
  2. You will not be waiting for her when her plane arrives tonight.
  3. I will not be eating with Ajay this evening so i can tell her.
  1. Interrogative sentence
    1. Will she be sleeping?
    2. Will i be lying on the beach?
    3. Will he be working in the garden?
    4. Will she be cleaning the rooms?
  • Future Perfect Tense

 Sentence Structure :- Subject + helping verb+have+verb 3rd form+object

Helping verb:- Will, Shall

HE, She, They, It :- Will

I, We :- Shall

For example:-

Simple sentence

    1. I will have taken my lunch.
    2. She will have started a job.
    3. He will have taken the test.
Negative sentence.

  1. I will not have taken my lunch.
  2. She will not have started a job.
  3. He will not have taken the test.
  1. Interrogative sentence
    1. Will I have taken my lunch?
    2. Will she have started a job?
    3. Will he have taken the test?
  • Future Perfect Continuous Tense

 Sentence Structure :- Subject + helping verb+have been+verb 1st form+ing+object

Helping verb:- Will, Shall

HE, She, They, It :- Will

I, We :- Shall

For example:-

Simple sentence

    1. They will have been living in Paris for five years.
    2. The kid will have been sleeping since 10 pm.
    3. I shall have been reading this book since 10 am.
Negative sentence.

  1. They will not have been living in Paris for five years.
  2. The kid will not have been sleeping since 10 pm.
  3. I shall not have been reading this book since 10 am.
  1. Interrogative sentence
    1.  Will they have been living in Paris for five years.
    2. Will the kid have been sleeping since 10 pm.
    3. Shall I have been reading this book since 10 am.

Exercise for practice (guess the form of sentences)

  1. She plucks flower.
  2. I shall have been writing a book in 2 days.
  3. What is she doing?
  4. I am afraid.
  5. I shall be there.
  6. He don’t enough money to pay.
  7. We shall miss you.
  8. Where was he going?
  9. They have been riding a ship for 2 hours.
  10. Was she looking gorgeous?
  11. They were watching movie.
  12. She did not eat.
  13. Don’t pluck roses.
  14. We shall go to fare.
  15. Her dress is looking lovely.
  16. Will you play this game
  17. I was singing a song.
  18. We had been guessing this game.
  19. She has not been arriving yet.
  20. When i reach the station, The train has been gone.
  21. Will she loving him for 3 years?
  22. He had not visited me.
  23. Had they appeared in exam?
  24. She had been thinking about her future since 2 hours.
  25. He is leaving his home.
  26. I don’t talk her.
  27. My mother loves me a lot.
  28. She did not hurt me.
  29. We were speaking truth.
  30. Why are you laughing.
  31. She hunted.
  32. He preys.
  33. Children are going to trip.
  34. They eat a lot.
  35. Will he not ride a cycle?
  36. She will get higher marks.
  37. My website has been designing in 1 week.
  38. They were cleaning their room.
  39. Had he reached the home?
  40. Train had arrived on time.
  41. She did her job very well.
  42. Did she reach on time?
  43. He does not like flowers.
  44. Will he have been cleaning his room till next Sunday?
  45. I love fragrance.
  46. I am reading a book.
  47. He will be finishing his work.
  48. She will be preparing food for her child.
  49. Had they prepared for the exam?
  50. I am doing PTE.
  51. I will get higher marks in ILETS.
  52. He won a lottery.
  53. She is doing her job very well.
  54. He was not preparing for interview.
  55. She had graduated in 2016.
  56. I will be buying the two dresses.
  57. She bought a refrigerator.
  58. She had not met me when I was in the college.
  59. He did not speak truth.
  60. I love my parents.

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