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Use voice techniques to improve your English Communication

Use voice techniques to improve your English Communication.

Business English. Do you know how to use your voice to improve your English communication?

Use voice techniques to improve your English Communication

Using voice techniques in English can be a powerful communication tool to grab attention, help maintain attention and be remembered by your audience.

  • They can help you feel more comfortable in English.
  • They can help you be confident in English.
  • They can help you speak up in meetings in English.
  • They can help you give good presentations in English.
  • They can help you do small talk, network and introduce yourself better in social situations in English.

A lot of professionals we work with in our training try to use three voice techniques (from the list below) to improve their English communication.

🗣 Which voice techniques do you like to use? And which voice techniques do you think could help you to improve your English communication? E.g. Pauses, volume, emphasizing key words, speed.

Use voice techniques to improve your English Communication

(here is another useful blog post about how to use vocal techniques to improve your voice and also your English communication)

👉🏻 Here are top tips from our training to help you:

✅ energy levels (speak with energy to keep your audience’s attention)

✅ enthusiasm is easier than passion (speak with enthusiasm to keep your audience’s attention and maintain it)

✅ volume (vary volume)

✅ speaking speed (130-160 words per minute, TED Talks recommendation)

✅ pauses for effect (before or after a key point)

✅ emphasise with your voice (underline and emphasise key words in your ideas)

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Read and watch our popular post and video post Do you have an English Voice?

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This post was written by Christopher Wright and published on 4th May 2021 under the categories: Presenting In English Tips, Speaking In English Tips
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