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Change a Harsh Voice Into a Sweet Soft Singing Voice

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When I speak I sound sluggish and ugly. How do I improve?

When I speak it sounds as if I'm dragging every word and I sound sluggish. Please help.

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There are a few ways to improve the speed, tone, and clarity of your voice. First, try standing up straight and breathing through your abdomen, rather than your chest. This gives your voice more power and clarity. Practice your speed by speaking phone numbers clearly and adjust your speed so that if someone could easily write down the number. Practice speaking each one clearly and at the pace you desire. Follow this with practicing short phrases and take full breaths to provide the power you need behind your voice. Practice your speech and incorporate it into your everyday conversations until it becomes almost automatic.

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I am speaking like a stammer, please give me some feedback?

I am speaking like a stammer, and my voice is also hard. Nobody understands my speech, so what can I do.

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How to avoid speaking through the nose?

People say that I am speaking through my nose. I have always had a nasal problem, phlegm in the throat. How to change my voice. I have tried: Nothing. I think it was caused by: Phlegm in the throat.

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How can I speak like a lady? Most people call me sir?

Most people mistake me for a male and call me sir. It's very upsetting. I resort to using accents or sounding breathy.

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Change a Harsh Voice Into a Sweet Soft Singing Voice

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