Spoken English Tips for all English speakers and learners

Shree Ganeshay NAmah


Spoken English is a very important skill to excel in this modern world where globalization has become a vital part of our life

Traveling to different countries needs global language communication skills. Here English has proved as the world language.

You need to master English in order to succeed in these modern times.

Spoken English tips for all

1)top 17 proven tips to improve your English

1)Start speaking right now without any hesitation.

2)Try public speaking (speeches)

3)Participate in group discussions.

4)Get involved in storytelling.

5)Collect and practice an important vocabulary list (at least 3000 words)

6)Start watching English movies, TV programs, and news.

7)Learn how to use the dictionary for fluency practice.

8)Search online stuff like text, videos, and audio on the internet.

9)Join any trusted spoken English course.

10)Mock interviews (asking and answering questions)

11)Start thinking in English.

12)Give up your fear and be bold and confident.

13)Use websites dedicated to spoken English.

14)Practice various conversation drills.

15)Roleplays or dialogues for fluency practice.16)Start reading simple English storybooks, manuals, newspapers, and magazines.

17)Find an online or offline expert guide for your personal practice.

Try these tips and see the difference.

2) Top 10 tips to introduce yourself in English

1)Formal beginning— Respected …………..(chairman) and all the dignitaries, good morning/ afternoon. I am going to introduce myself.

2) Name— I am ………. Or My name is………

3)Address— I live in………..( city )at ……(suburb)

4)Family— I have a joint/ nuclear family. There are………… members in my family.

5)Education— I have completed …………degree with ……..percentage from ………University /college.

I have also done …………course from…….. institute.

6)Occupation —I am …………..(a student/ a businessman/an employee)

7)Hobbies— My hobby is…………. ( reading)


My hobbies are…………..( reading,playing , cooking)

8)My qualities —I am ………….(hardworking, punctual, regular) person.

9)My aim— I want to become ………. in my life.

10)Ending— This is all about myself. Thank you for listening to me.

That’s it. Just do it

3) Top 10 tips to introduce a third person (friend, family member, or colleague)

1)Formal beginning— Respected …………(chairman) and all the dignitaries, good morning /afternoon. I am going to introduce………( my friend/ family member/ colleague)

2)Name —His/ Her name is…………..

3)Address— He/ She lives in ……….(city)at …


4)Family —-He/She has a joint/ nuclear family. There are………..members in his /her family.

5)Education— He/She has completed………… degree with …………..percentage from……. University/ College.

Also, he /she has done……… course from …….institute.

6)Occupation— He/She is ……………(a student/a businessman /an employee /a house maker)

7)Hobbies–-His/Her hobby is …………(reading)


His/Her hobbies are …………. (reading, playing, cooking)

8) His/Her qualities— He/She is………… (a hard-working, punctual, regular) person.

9)Aim—-He/She wants to become………… in his/ her life.

10)Ending —This is all about my ……..(friend /family member /colleague )Thank you for listening to me.

follow these tips and give your best.

4)Very useful Tips to remember, and identify parts of the speech

1)It is a noun if it is the name of people, places, things, birds, animals, feelings
2)It is a pronoun if it is used instead of a noun. eg . I, We, You, He, She, It, They
3)It is an adjective if it describes or qualifies a noun or pronoun. eg. good, bad, important, easy, difficult, kind
4)It is a verb if it shows action or state of being. eg. am, is, are,——play, sing, run, speak, eat.
5)It is an adverb if it adds something about verb\adjective\another adverb.


eg. very, so, too, really indeed, slowly, fast.

6)It is a preposition if it shows the relationship between nouns and pronouns. eg. in, on, of, for, to, with, between, among.
7)It is a conjunction if it joins two words or sentences.


eg. and, or, but,\who, which, that, because.

8)It is an interjection if it shows sudden feelings from the heart. eg. oh! ah! ouch! well done!bravo!alas!wow!
So these are simple tests to identify parts of the speech to remember always.

5)Tips to remember all the helping verbs in the English language

1)Helping verbs of TO BE—-am, is, are
was, were
will be, shall be
2)Helping verbs of TO DO—-do, does

3)Helping verbs of TO HAVE—-have, has
will have, shall have
4)modals—-can, could, may, might, must, should, would, ought to, need, dare.

Important tip—need and dare are used as modals as well as main verbs.


As modals, they are used only in negative and interrogative sentences.

Also will, shall, used to are considered as modals.

6)Tips to use modal auxiliaries

1)can present ability, request
2) could past ability, a polite request
3)may less certainty, possibility, request
4) might less certainty, possibility than may, a polite request
5)must strong obligation, compulsion, necessity
6) should advice, suggestions
7)would past habits, past imagination, offer
8) ought to moral duty
9) will strong certainty, definitely, possibility
10)used to=would discontinued past habits
need-something is not necessary
dare-not dare to do something
(As modals need and dare are only used in negative and interrogative sentences only)

This is what each modal shows. Take note and use it accordingly.

7)Tips to use at on in a correct way for expressing time

1)At At is used to give clock time. Eg.at 3.00 pm, at 5.00 am, at 7.30 pm
2)On On is used to give days, and occasions. Eg. on Monday, on Sunday, on Thursday.
3)In In is used to give years. Eg. in 2021, in 2019, in 2018.

8)Top 10 tips to use articles a, and,the correctly

1) Remember a/an articles are adjectives used to describe or qualify nouns.
2) a/an is used before singular common nouns.


for example- a boy, a girl, a man, a woman, a tree.

3) a/an is used before common nouns beginning with vowel sounds a e i o u
for example – an apple, an ant, an eye.
vowel sound -an hour, an honest person an heir, an M.A., an MBA an M.Com.
4) A is used before common nouns with consonant sounds in the beginning.
For example -a book, a University a unique story a European.
5) a and an are never used before the names of the people.
6) a and an are indefinite articles used before any indefinite (common) thing.
7) The is a definite article that indicates a definite and specific thing.
For example a chair, the chair in the corner, the executive chair.
8) The is used for unique things.
for example- the earth, the sun, the moon, the mars.
9) The is used before the names of rivers, mountains, oceans, seas, continents, and directions.
For example- the Nile river, the Himalayas,the Pacific Ocean, the north.
10) If a common noun is used in the first sentence and it is repeated in the next sentences,


then the is used before it.
For example -I saw a boy. I asked the boy about his school.

9)Make polite requests with these simple tips

1) Please do this for me.
2) Will you please do this for me?
3) Can you please do this for me? (informal)
4) Could you please do this for me? ( formal)
5) Might you do this for me? (formal)
6) Would you mind doing this for me?
7) Would you like to do this for me?
8) offering help—
Would you mind if I do this for you?
May I do this for you?

10)How and what to talk about my family- expert and practical tips and points

1) Beginning- a) Formal-Respected,……….and all the dignitaries present here, good morning /afternoon, I am going to tell you about my family.
b) Informal- Hello friends, good morning/ afternoon, let me tell you about my family.
2) Family name-The name of my family is ………. Family .(surname).
3) Head of the family-……….. is the head of my family.
4) Members-There are………. Members in my family.
5) Type-I have a joint/nuclear family.
6) Family occupations-My family occupation is………
My family occupations are………
7) Family relations-My family relations are…… Very healthy, good,


based on mutual trust and understanding.

8) Qualities of my family-The qualities of my family are that my family is kind,


loving, helpful, and cooperative.

9) Celebrations-As a family we celebrate all the festivals, birthdays of family members, anniversaries, and important events.
10) My feelings about my family-I love my family very much and I am proud of my family.


I pray to God to keep it safe and happy.

11) Ending-This is all about my family thank you very much for listening to me.

11)Introduce your friend with these simple tips

Points for the introduction of your friend

1) beginning

2) name

3) address

4) family

5) education

6) occupation

7) hobbies

8) good qualities

9) your friendship history

10) his/her uniqueness

11) your feelings about him/her

12) aim in life

13) ending

Add your own ideas also.

12)How to change active voice to passive voice by using smart, easy, expert Tips

1)First identify the active voice sentence, check if it begins with the subject (doer)


and the verb is transitive.

2)Now begin your passive voice sentence with an object.
3)Then use the helping verb  as per the tense of the Main  verb  and


number of object( singular/ plural)

4)Helping verbs according to tenses. a )Simple present tense- am, is, are


b) Simple past tense- was, were c) simple future tense- will be, shall be)

present continuous tense- am/ is/ are +being} Past continuous tense- was/ were + being) Present perfect tense- have/ has +Been) past perfect tense- had + been)

future perfect tense- will have been/ shall have been

5)After the helping verb Use the past participle of the main verb (v3)
6) then use by + agent (subject, noun)
7)Agent is always written in the objective case in a passive voice sentence.


I-me,we-us,you-you,he-him,she-her,it-it,they-them, John(noun)-John

That’s it, just do with them.

13)Learn how to tell your daily routine using these experts, useful and easy tips.


  • A daily routine is what we normally do repeatedly every day.
  • Beginning— formal beginning— (Respected – –and all the dignitaries, good morning/ afternoon. I am going to tell you my daily routine.) Informal beginning —(Hello friends, good morning /afternoon, I am going to tell you my daily routine)
  • For daily routine, use the only simple present tense.
  • Use discourse markers like then, after that, later, after finishing, and before going to begin new sentences.
  • Use the following handy verbs to make sentences of your daily routine —-get up, take a bath, go for a walk, take exercise, do yoga and meditation, pray, worship, read a newspaper, prepare breakfast, have breakfast, prepare lunch, pack tiffin, get ready for office/ school /college, reach at, have lunch, work from ….. to ……, return home, take a wash, have snacks and tea, chat, watch TV, play, shop, finish, complete pending work, prepare dinner, have dinner, rearrange home, perform domestic duties, chat, go to bed at…..
  • Ending T is my daily routine, thank you very much for listening to me.
  • Add your own ideas according to your lifestyle.
  • You can easily tell your daily routine using these helpful tips.

14)Right way to use modal auxiliaries as per their meanings with examples and tips

1) You can show your present ability with can,
Eg. You can speak fluent English.
2) To show past ability, use could,
Eg. You could speak French fluently.
3) To show less certainty or possibility, use may.
Eg. You may speak English fluently.
4) If you want to show less possibility than may then use might.
Eg. You might speak fluent English.
5) If you want to show internal compulsion or necessity or strong obligation, use must
Eg. You must speak English fluently.
If you want to show external compulsion, then use have to or has to,
Eg. You have to speak English because of your job.
6) As a modal should is used to give adviser suggestion,
Eg. You should speak English the way you can.
7) If you want to tell past habitual actions use would.
Eg. We used to speak German with each other.
8) As a modal ought to is used to show moral duties.
Eg. We ought to take care of our parents.
9) If you want to tell that something is not necessary,then use need not.
Eg. You need not try to speak incorrect English.
10) If you don’t have daring to do something, use dare not
Eg. You dare not speak English.

15)How to express gratitude and apology—

1)Gratitude—(Thankfulness)—Thanks/thanks a lot/Thank you very much/I thank you from the bottom of my heart.

2)Apology—-(to say sorry)—Sorry/so sorry/I am sorry/I am extremely sorry/Please forgive me for my mistake.



We have given very useful and practical tips for improving your spoken and written English.

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Dipak D. Jagtap: Always the learner.Having spent 16 years in English language training, its time now to reach the world to learn more and to share my experience and practices....
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