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I'm having a job interview in a month. My writing, reading and listening are good. However, I have weak conversation skills. I need an efficient resource to improve my speaking. Any resource is acceptable (website, audio-book, online course, community, tests) and It'd be great if you had a successful experience with it yourself. I don't need to learn English, just the everyday conversation with fluency. The slightest improvement is good enough for me.

I don't know if this is an acceptable question here but any help is appreciated.

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closed as not constructive by simchona Dec 21 '12 at 20:55

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Hi and welcome to ELU! Unfortunately you've asked a list question, which isn't constructive. However, please don't let this stop you from participating! –  simchona Dec 21 '12 at 20:56
In addition to what simchona says, "How to improve my English?" questions are expressly off-topic here (see the FAQ). Sorry! If you stick around to get 20 reputation points, you get access to chat and can ask the question there. Thanks and welcome. –  RegDwigĐ˝t Dec 21 '12 at 21:06
You don't say where you live, but the best way to learn is to practice. Find a native speaker or two whom you regard as friends, and tell them what you've told us. Meet with them often during the month, and ask them: "When you hear me make an error, even a small one, interrupt me and correct me, so that I can learn." I would guess that most natives would keep such thoughts to themselves as a norm, in order to remain polite, but they would gladly switch into more of a "language mentor" role if you made the request. (This may not be an "acceptable" question here, but we can still help :^) –  J.R. Dec 22 '12 at 9:44