How to learn to speak fluent and correct English

-3

How to speak fluent and correct English even if I don't have anybody to speak with me or correct me whenever I am wrong. I will worsen my English if I practiced speaking English in wrong way. Help me to learn correct English. Give me tips or tell me about any website which could help me. Is there any useful app on Google Play Store which could help me? Also inform me if my question contains any grammatical mistake.

Aman

Posted 2016-02-29T13:22:23.223

Reputation: 121

Question was closed 2016-02-29T17:57:09.773

Answers

2

I suggest that you do some research on your own, starting by doing a Google search on this part of your first sentence: "How to speak fluent and correct English?"

As for your question, the paragraph might be improved as follows:

How can I learn to speak fluent and correct English, even though I don't have anybody to speak with me or correct me whenever I am wrong? I will not improve my English if I practice speaking it in the wrong way. Please help me to learn correct English. Please give me tips or tell me about any website which could help me. Are there any useful apps on Google Play Store which could help me? Also inform me if my question contains any grammatical mistakes.

Your English is actually quite good! But the ELL community expects your question to include what research you have done on your own. That is why your question has received down-votes. Please do some research and edit your question accordingly. Welcome to ELL!

Mark Hubbard

Posted 2016-02-29T13:22:23.223

Reputation: 4 298

1Thank you very much and sorry for not adding the word PLEASE in my whole question. I will definitely do as you have directed. Thank you. – Aman – 2016-02-29T15:06:36.563

@MarkHubbard +1 Nice answer, usually people only get a comment. – Peter – 2016-02-29T15:10:56.803

I would caution against encouraging the use of please and thank you in Stack Exchange posts (especially questions), as they can be seen as "fluff", on what likes to be seen as a factual Q & A site, rather than a forum (where "Please" and "Thanks" might be more appropriate). Obviously, their use in spoken English is important. I would suggest that, for questions of the form "Could anyone help me..." or "Does anyone have any tips..." might be more appropriate. I could be wrong - maybe, this applies more so on the techie SE sites, than the English SE sites... Just a thought... :-) – Greenonline – 2017-01-17T18:55:08.790

I agree with your suggestions and apologize if my suggested rewrite of the question was inappropriate. As an editor, I sometimes forget the protocols of the SE. I'll be more careful in the future. Thank you for your comment. – Mark Hubbard – 2017-01-24T16:08:00.950