Do you have an English Voice? - The English Training Company

Do you have an English Voice?

Do you have an English Voice? It’s a question we love to ask in our Business English training.

And people usually answer “no”, “I’m not sure” and “what is an English Voice?”.

Do you have an English Voice?

Business English. Do you have an English Voice? Watch our three minute video lesson above and read this short post.

Do you feel a different person in English? And how can you feel more comfortable in English?

It’s all normal. I had these questions when learning Spanish (my second language).

And we need to understand who we are and who we want to become in English (another language). Usually people want to be fluent, bilingual, think and work in English like they do in their own language.

However these goals are either unclear or unrealistic.

Instead it’s a lot easier and more motivating to start thinking about who you want to be in English (another language). You will never recreate 100% who you are in your own language (native speakers) but you can get close to recreating who you want to be in another language with focus, constancy and practice!!

Do you have an English Voice?

?? Here are top tips from our Business English training to help you:

✅ project your voice

✅ use clear and simple messages

✅ easy to follow structure

✅ speak at the right speed for you (130-160 words per minute)

✅ practice and record yourself speaking (mini speeches in English)

✅ use the Youtube channel ‘English Speeches’ (+ subtitles)

✅ be confident – audience wants to listen to your knowledge and expertise

✅ use your voice (volume, speed, pauses, intonation, enthusiasm).



Read our popular post – Presenting in English – Use Your Voice.


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This post was written by Christopher Wright and published on 7th April 2021 under the categories: Fluency, Confidence and Motivation
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