You will need
- - textbooks on phonetics and grammar;
- - access to the Internet;
- - teacher;
- - interlocutors.
Pay special attention to the study of English pronunciation. Remember how to pronounce the individual sounds, learn to distinguish between types of syllables, read about the role of intonation in English sentences. You can learn phonics on their own (e.g., using rates "BBC Pronunciation Tips" or "New Headway Pronunciation Course"). However, it is better to work with an experienced teacher who can correct any errors and supply you with the pronunciation.
Despite the fact that in spoken English sentences often simplified, and some rules for constructing phrases and is skipped, you cannot do without at least a minimum knowledge of grammar. If you studied English previously, most probably you are aware of grammar rules. In this case, we need only to refresh their memory, prosesau a collection of exercises on grammar.
See the most modern British and American movies and TV shows in the original language. This will help you to expand your vocabulary and learn many phrases and abbreviations that are rarely used in written speech, but it is often found in oral. Try when you first view the film does not use subtitles, including them only in the most obscure episodes.
Listen to radio and audio podcasts in English. This will help you to get used to English speech and to develop her listening. If it seems that you do not understand, listen to the transmission for learners of English. For example, many programs of this kind can be found in the section "Learning English" site http://www.bbc.co.uk.
It is impossible to learn spoken English, not practicing it. Use every opportunity to communicate in English: sign up for courses, find someone on the Internet, attend meetings of clubs of the English language. If none of these options does not suit you, talk aloud to yourself.
Embark on an independent journey to an English speaking country. There you will have to periodically refer to the native speakers, which will help to overcome the language barrier.
Great help in learning conversational English may have a study in one of the language schools for foreigners, such as the UK or Malta. However, being on such courses, do not immediately look for compatriots, remember that your goal is to learn to communicate fluently in English.
If you need to learn conversational English for business communication, read the relevant professional literature in English. This will add to your vocabulary of specialized terms.