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When I speak I use a small vocabulary, even though I know a lot more than that. Those words tend to be vague and boring. I know other alternatives for those words, although it doesn't come out naturally. I always resort to those vocabulary that I always use.

Another problem is that I always stumble when speaking. I felt like I don't know how to control a conversation. I don't know how can I make my speech flow smoothly.

Is there anything I could do to improve my natural diction?

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  • I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because our help center specifically says that questions asking how to improve one's English are out of scope for our site. You might try looking around at our sister site for English Language Learners. – tchrist Jul 19 '18 at 13:25
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Well, I suppose my advice could help you!

I highly recommend that you record your voice and listen to it. It should be persistent: if you choose a topic today, speak about it again tomorrow, a day after tomorrow, in ten days, in two weeks, and a month later. Every time try to fix your errors and use better vocabulary.

For better words and having a totally rich speaking ability, I recommend you use the dictionary to find synonyms. You can either buy one or google synonyms of your intended word.

I hope you find this useful :)

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