Improve your pronunciation so that you understand. Select a standard accent (American, British or Australian) and try to imitate the pronunciation. Each dialect is slightly different pronunciation of vowels, vowels and some consonants. For example, "R" is announced at the end of words in American English, but fell in British English. After selecting a dialect, to dive into it. Watch movies and listen to music in this dialect and try to imitate sounds. You can also hire a professional coach and pronunciation accent or pronunciation classes of local school language.
Learn and practice of transitional phrases. Phrases that connect ideas and thoughts can improve the flow of speech. You can use words that you add, summarize, illustrate, processed, summarized and contrast. For example, consider the following statement:
I usually work on Fridays, but I'm usually free on Saturday. "
This speaker uses the word transition "however" to contrast their schedule on Friday and Saturday. Transition words make the speech less excited and more natural. At the bottom of the page, you can get access to an excellent relationship with a list of transitional words and phrases.
Practice with local speakers. Nothing can substitute for practicing your communication skills with native English. If you are someone with a private practice, If you have friends who are native speakers or fluent in English, ask them to practice with you and correct your speech. Without feedback, you will have difficulty knowing what you are doing wrong and how to fix it.