Make your daily plans
Do you talk to yourself about your plans for the day when you get up in the morning? Do this in English. If you have to decide what clothes to wear, what to have for breakfast, if you will walk or take bus, think about these decisions in English. If you make a shopping list, you can do this in English too.
Explain your interests
Choose a hobby or free time interest that you have. Imagine that you are teaching another person how to do it. Explain everything step by step. Describe any equipment or tools that are needed. then pick another hobby and do it again.
Practice introducing yourself and answering typical “getting-to-know-you” questions.
Practice making notes about different topics and turning those notes into a short speech.
Explain your opinions
Practice giving opinions and explaining them with examples and details.
Talk to yourself
When you walk down the street, pay attention to the things around you. What do the buildings look like? Is there a lot of traffic? How is the weather? is this a typical day and scene in your city? In your mind, describe the scene to someone in English. Imagine a person who has never visited your city, and describe the scene to that person.
Watch English TV shows
This strategy will give you information about what type of vocabularies are used in daily life. And you will also get to know the different pronunciations of the words.
Try to explain as much as possible
Explain each and every possible views or ideas because section 1 and section 3 of your speaking test are based upon how well you can justify or how good you can describe different points.