I've left high school and we don't study English at University and I feel that I haven't learnt to pronounce at all yet. What habits or routines can I do to speak better and fluent?
Thank you so much!
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As a native English speaker (albeit with a regional accent) I make the following suggestions based on my experiences with learning a little Polish, Japanese and Italian.
The primary way of improving our pronunciation is to mix and speak with the people who speak as we aspire.
Addition free methods that help
Watch and speak with classical movies such as My Fair Lady.
Read poetry aloud. This helps with rhythm, and rhyming poetry helps with pronunciation.
Sing. Church services are a one place we can sing with other people (meaning no one is actually listening to us). One does not have to be a believer to go and participate, and many churches display the words on a screen.
Watch the TV news. This can help with current idioms, the speed at which native speakers speak, and variations in pronunciation.
Listen to the radio. This can help develop your "internal voice".
Do an online course.
Join a local English speaking association, such as Toastmasters or similar.
And finally, one that can cost money