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My tip is to create a script. This will get him use to it and then once he is more comfortable with it, switch it up. Also, ask him how doing whatever you are doing at the time feels. Don't let him stop at a simple "good", he needs to go deeper and use his words. An example could be something like this,
"Oh baby, your (insert word here) feels so good. I can't get enough of your (insert words here). I like the way you move your (insert word here) around my (insert word here). It drives me crazy the way your (insert word here) does (insert phrase here). Do you want to (insert words here). ETC"
I think you get the idea. Just be sure to tell him the words you don't like to hear. For me, it's the word T*#s, the euphemism for breasts. It sounds so juvenile to me. Anyway, that might help him.