How to Stop Mumbling and Speak Clearly: 13 steps
User Reviewed Four Parts:Using better postureDealing with motivations for mumblingPracticing improving your claritySpeaking clearlyCommunity Q&A Mumbling is when you speak so low or skimp on enunciation to the extent that people don't understand what you're saying, and often ask you to repeat yourself. This can be an annoying habit, but chances are that you already know how to speak without mumbling. You have probably had a phone conversation when the connection was poor or spoken to somebody who was hard of hearing, and in these situations you probably spoke loudly and clearly without even thinking about it. Ad Steps Part 1 Using better posture 1Stand up straight. Part 2 Dealing with motivations for mumbling 1Avoid nervousness. Part 3 Practicing improving your clarity 1Listen. Part 4 Speaking clearly 1Open your mouth wider as you talk. Community Q&A Add New Question I mumble and my mouth fills with saliva when I speak. Ask a Question Can you answer these readers' questions? Tips Be confident.
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