Improve your speaking voice in English with simple and fun vocal exercises.
Do you like the sound of your voice when speaking English?
Do you feel that you use it to its full potential?
Can people hear you well?
I don’t mean the metaphorical way of speaking “is your voice heard”’ – I mean – is your voice carried across the room and gets into people’s ears?
Can you express different emotions using your voice?
Do you feel that your voice is varied and interesting? Or is it monotone?
People tend to dislike their voices. In fact, I remember vividly the time when I used to record my voice on an answering machine and I HATED playing it back.
When it comes to speaking a second language it becomes even more challenging.
Because, it’s not enough that we have all those other aspects of a language to deal with (vocabulary, pronunciation, Grammar, etc. ) sometimes, oftentimes, speakers of English as a second language change, manipulate or HIDE their voices when speaking English.
But unlike other physical features, we’re born with – our height, body shape, eyesight – your voice is something you CAN control. If only you knew how.
In this episode, you will learn how to understand your voice, get comfortable with it, and discover a few exercises that will help you free your voice and discover new placements, expressions, and power.
Get ready to dance, sing, laugh, and get out of your comfort zone!
Here more powerful speeches from TV and movies for you to practice:
Let me know in the comments below what speeches you like most and which one you choose for your practice.
Jack Nicolson’s Speech from ‘A Few Good Men’Download the Script
Al Pacino’s Speech from ‘Any Given Sunday’Download the Script
Taraji Penda Henson’s speech from ‘Hidden Figures’Download the Script
Julia Roberts’s Speech from ‘Erin Brockovich’Download the Script
Catherine Zeta-Jones’s Speech from ‘Chicago’Download the Script
Lucy Liu’s Speech from ‘Kill Bill: Vol. 1’Download the Script
Laurence John Fishburne’s Speech from ‘Matrix’Download the Script
Rick Gonzalez’s Speech from ‘Coach Carter’Download the Script