What is the difference between I like singing and I like to sing?

there is no major difference between the two 🙂 i like singing= You have pleasure in doing that activity, I like to sing = You think it is a good thing to do but overall they’re not that different.

How do you say I like your singing?

  1. “I didn’t know you can sing like that.”
  2. “That was… not bad for someone who rarely sings/emcees.”
  3. “You really sing your heart out, don’t you?”
  4. “It’s a good start. You’ve got some interesting vocal range, and I can feel your stage presence.”
  5. “There’s some… potential right there.

How do you compliment a girl singing?

Singing compliments – “Vocally you have a booming voice and bags of character in your tone.” “Great power and control are all there!” “You have a lovely tone to your voice and had great control throughout.” “All three of you have great vocals, with good control and projection”.

How can I learn to like my voice?

  1. Practice diaphragmatic breathing.
  2. Record a video of yourself speaking (or a few).
  3. Focus more on what you say, not on how it sounds.
  4. Learn to appreciate your voice — quirks and all.

How do you sing without talking?

Why Does My Singing Sound Like Talking/Flat/Monotone … – YouTube

How do you sing when you don’t feel like it?

When You Don’t Feel Like Singing: Singing Through the Hard Times

Why do I like to sing?

Here are ten reasons why I love to sing: – I love to sing because it lifts my spirit. It makes me happy and alive. Nothing picks up my mood and shifts my perspective better than an uplifting song. It is a musical affirmation reminding me that all will be well in my soul and in the world.


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