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Dr. Basant replied | 23 Mar

Dear Oscar,
In General, CBSE is Central Board of Secondary Education whereas IGCSE is International General Certificate of Secondary Education. Students from any Boards can join IGCSE Board in the 9th grade whereas aspirants have to study in the CBSE Board from the very beginning so as to continue their studies up to 12th class. The CBSE syllabus is framed according to the Indian...  more»
Dear Oscar,
In General, CBSE is Central Board of Secondary Education whereas IGCSE is International General Certificate of Secondary Education. Students from any Boards can join IGCSE Board in the 9th grade whereas aspirants have to study in the CBSE Board from the very beginning so as to continue their studies up to 12th class. The CBSE syllabus is framed according to the Indian standards of education whereas the IGCSE curriculum is of international standards.
The Major difference between the CBSE and IGCSE are:-

CBSE -
1. It's main aim is to prepare students for Engineering and Medical exams. More of theoretical approach. CBSE content focuses on science and math with attention on application of knowledge & they less focus on languages.
2. Emphasis on good quality of education that promotes intellectual and social spirits in students, rather than practical education.

IGCSE
1. There are over 70 subjects including 30 languages available at Cambridge IGCSE and schools offer them in any combination.
2. One is given a graded score for each subject with no mention of pass or fail.
3. IGCSE curriculum is balanced which also takes account the different abilities of students.

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Oscar replied | 06 Apr

Most of the people define IGCSE and CBSE but my question it base on the difference.

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Md replied | 06 Mar

If you will be worked hard you learn Arabic Language in 3 months.

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Ali replied | 07 Mar

It depends on the back ground, if you have a Urdu back ground, then you can learn Arabic in 1 year till certificate level. At this level you can read and understand Arabic.

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Oscar 22/12/2016 in  Arabic Language classes, Hindi Language Classes, Grammer and Vocabulary improvement(Hindi Language Classes), French Language Classes

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Chhavi replied | 16 Jan

No, It would certainly not.
You will feel more confident.

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Pragya replied | 05 Feb

Not at all. Its up to you but learning French will not going to drain you interest in other languages.
I am a Hindi teacher if you need any help on Hindi. I'll glad to help.

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Kavithayini replied | 20/11/2016

For important facts, the necessary keywords are important, If any spelling mistakes occurs , that has to highlighted and must be corrected. minute errors can be Ignored. As Parents Children.. we always should not correct their errors. We must also give them the space of correcting mistakes by themselves that is done by them.

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M replied | 22/11/2016

Hi,
Amazing question!! I am assuming you are talking about French, and that you teach French. If that is correct, and the student understands the meaning, great, however, you must correct every misread word because you and I both know that a simple mispronunciation can change the meaning of the entire sentence, in French. Please be gentle but correct all. It will only improve...  more»
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Amazing question!! I am assuming you are talking about French, and that you teach French. If that is correct, and the student understands the meaning, great, however, you must correct every misread word because you and I both know that a simple mispronunciation can change the meaning of the entire sentence, in French. Please be gentle but correct all. It will only improve the student's grasp of the language, it will not hurt the student ability to make sense of the language. Be gentle, and let the student know what you intend to do, clearly. «less

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Deepika Gupta replied | 24/11/2016

When a child is reading loud try to correct him but not each and every word. The word which he is pronouncing completely wrong, has to be corrected immediately. Rest you can underline and can tell him later and can make him pronounce twice or thrice.

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John replied | 25/11/2016

To some extent this is a subjective question. A passage can contain over 1000 words and if the student reads 5 words wrongly, they can be corrected immediately. But if half of what he reads is wrong, then the approach is totally different. Care should be taken if you are dealing with a sensitive student (especially girls). So Psychology also plays some part in communicating negative...  more»
To some extent this is a subjective question. A passage can contain over 1000 words and if the student reads 5 words wrongly, they can be corrected immediately. But if half of what he reads is wrong, then the approach is totally different. Care should be taken if you are dealing with a sensitive student (especially girls). So Psychology also plays some part in communicating negative results to a student. «less

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Geetha replied | 27/11/2016

I presume this to be mainly addressed to foreign languages and my way of teaching is this: I make every student read a paragraph in a lesson and I ask them to guess the overall meaning. Then I read the passage with correct pronunciation and ask them to re-read the way I did. To make them understand I say that they have to understand atleast 75-80% of what a native French speaks...  more»
I presume this to be mainly addressed to foreign languages and my way of teaching is this: I make every student read a paragraph in a lesson and I ask them to guess the overall meaning. Then I read the passage with correct pronunciation and ask them to re-read the way I did. To make them understand I say that they have to understand atleast 75-80% of what a native French speaks and this would be possible only if they learn the correct pronunciation. «less

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Vikash replied | 28/11/2016

No, that will demotivate the child. Concentrate on few important, then slowly gradually improve the pronunciation.

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Adeep Kaur replied | 28/11/2016

Yes, as a tutor its your duty to correct the child but with full humbleness. While he reads his passage, you pen down the words he misreads and then at the end as a humble tutor notifiy him about the same. Prepare certain words that sounds similar & make him practice it.
Because he you don't do this, then main objective of teaching is just half done since in future he will...  more»
Yes, as a tutor its your duty to correct the child but with full humbleness. While he reads his passage, you pen down the words he misreads and then at the end as a humble tutor notifiy him about the same. Prepare certain words that sounds similar & make him practice it.
Because he you don't do this, then main objective of teaching is just half done since in future he will again misread those words which will create problems for your student & a teacher doesn't want that. Right ?
Do analysis about what words if misreads, how many words & rectify it as a friend come tutor manner so that he/ she properly understand the difference b\w those words that sounds similar but are not in actual. «less

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Geetha replied | 27/11/2016

Student literacy improves by reading good books - be it fiction or literature and by listening to some wonderful speeches of great men which simultaneously improves content knowledge and literacy. For school children or adults, my advice would be to read a book without halting to check on the meaning of any difficult word. Underline these words and look for their meanings and then...  more»
Student literacy improves by reading good books - be it fiction or literature and by listening to some wonderful speeches of great men which simultaneously improves content knowledge and literacy. For school children or adults, my advice would be to read a book without halting to check on the meaning of any difficult word. Underline these words and look for their meanings and then re-read if you have not understood the context. On most occasions, an overall understanding is achieved in the first reading which is fine-tuned when you read understanding the difficult words. Later, one should try to utilize this vocabulary so that the words are not forgotten. «less

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Vikash replied | 28/11/2016

Newspaper and academic books.

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Oscar 25/07/2016 in  French Language Classes, Spanish Language classes, Arabic Language classes, Hindi Language Classes

how to reach advanced levels of speaking a language?

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Rajendra P replied | 27/08/2016

Alliance Francaise for French, Max Muller for German

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Rajendra P replied | 27/08/2016

Hindi - I am available

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Bhashaprofs replied | 11/09/2016

Learning a foreign language is a lifetime career asset!

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Oscar replied | 23/09/2016

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Imran 28/01/2016 in  Arabic Language classes

how can i be a perfect English Arabic speaker and Translator.

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Mohammad replied | 08/04/2016

Dear, See, perfection does not come over night. However, it takes time and sincere effort dedicated to towards the same. In each and every field of learning you are supposed to be much eager to own and have a consolidated grip on it. Therefore, keep patience. Be positive and go ahead with the passage of time exerting your hard work to get the dreamed goal. That's what i see.
All the best

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Osaidur replied | 03/07/2016

Learning language is gradual process . At first stage you learn the language .Then you enhance your skills according to your need or interest e.g. speaking and
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Zeeshan 15/01/2016 in  Arabic Language classes

Having marely a degree or certificate from the university or an institution does not mean that one is exposed to spoken arabic varying from country to country. The dilema is spoken Arabic changes at 50 or 100km distance in those arabic speaking nations which is one of the biggest challenges to non natives. The question is how to cope up with this colloquial problems?  more»
Having marely a degree or certificate from the university or an institution does not mean that one is exposed to spoken arabic varying from country to country. The dilema is spoken Arabic changes at 50 or 100km distance in those arabic speaking nations which is one of the biggest challenges to non natives. The question is how to cope up with this colloquial problems? «less

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S.s. replied | 14/03/2016

Every language has this criteria ??!! Let us be strong and thorough in the Grammar, the rules and guidelines as defined by the Scholars would certainly pave a way to cope up with any colloquial issues of the language(s).

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Gulzar replied | 30/03/2016

When you learn Arabic according to grammatical rules it's an easy job to follow with colloquial accents......

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Eman replied | 10/07/2016

A lot of companies in Delhi and other cities require Arabic native speakers in work in BPO & KPO sector and other sectors too since they are dealing with the Gulf area.

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Mohammad replied | 30/08/2016

Nowadays there is a high demand of Arabic language especially in India generally in whole world. It has very much scope, package and bright future.

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Mohammad replied | 08/04/2016

Apart from academic, there are many more career opportunity within the country and outside as well. In terms of languages, one additional medium always pay respectable value to venture a lot in this globalised world. Also, in view of growing relationship with middle east countries and the Arab world as well seem to add more feather in the domain and may create much opportunities...  more»
Apart from academic, there are many more career opportunity within the country and outside as well. In terms of languages, one additional medium always pay respectable value to venture a lot in this globalised world. Also, in view of growing relationship with middle east countries and the Arab world as well seem to add more feather in the domain and may create much opportunities in the time to come as translator, Interpreter, Business Development Executive etc. «less

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Abdul replied | 06/06/2016

Lots of opportunities are waiting for skilled and talented persons. You may become translator and interpreter in private companies as well as there is an opportunity to work in embassies. Moreover it is easy to learn.

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Marwan replied | 20/01/2016

yes in middle east specialy egypt

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Sajid replied | 04/04/2016

Yes,There are Standard Arabic Language Certifications Such As Certificate in Arabic, Diploma in Modern Arabic Language & Translation and Advance Diploma in Arabic Language.You can go through the Central universities like,J.M.I,J.N.U,D.U, IGNOU,AMU,MANUU,IFLU For these Courses, And also you can do these Courses from Embassies & institutes. But Jamia Millia Islamia And Universit...  more»
Yes,There are Standard Arabic Language Certifications Such As Certificate in Arabic, Diploma in Modern Arabic Language & Translation and Advance Diploma in Arabic Language.You can go through the Central universities like,J.M.I,J.N.U,D.U, IGNOU,AMU,MANUU,IFLU For these Courses, And also you can do these Courses from Embassies & institutes. But Jamia Millia Islamia And Universit Of Delhi will be prone back bone for this. And also you can learn Arabic with specialists .Thanks & Regards : SAJID ANWAR ,(Arabic Specialist). «less

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S.s. replied | 14/03/2016

Arabic is one of the oldest language among other languages such as Chinese, Tamil, Hebrew, Greek and Roman.

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Mr. Sumanta replied | 31/03/2016

THE CLASSIC ARABIC IS OLDER THAN HINDI , ACTUALLY HINDI HAS CAME INTO EXISTANCE AROUND -- 1000 A.D, BY DISTINCTION OF SANSKRIT .THE MESSIAH AND NABI'S ARE PRISTINE THAN HINDI , ITSELF . '' MAR - HABBA '' .

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Eman replied | 09/07/2016

of course as it is the first used language there.

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Mohammad replied | 30/08/2016

Yes, Off course, Arabic language is used in all Arab countries and it's a an official language of all the countries, but used understand and other countries also, and Arabic is the third largest spoken language in world, it counted in a toughest one language of the world.

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Mohammad replied | 12/05/2016

Arabic language

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Eman replied | 10/07/2016

The old general Arabic

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Zeeshan replied | 25/12/2015

That depends on your available knowledge of arabic. If you begin from the beginning such as arabic alphabets then you require not less than year to up to your desired level with sheer hard works on 3-4 a week basis. Arabic learning also varies in terms of fields like day to day communicative arabic, business arabic, commercial arabic. All in all its not that much difficult language....  more»
That depends on your available knowledge of arabic. If you begin from the beginning such as arabic alphabets then you require not less than year to up to your desired level with sheer hard works on 3-4 a week basis. Arabic learning also varies in terms of fields like day to day communicative arabic, business arabic, commercial arabic. All in all its not that much difficult language. Take two hrs classes a day and speak it by the end of the year. «less

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Sajid replied | 20/02/2016

you have to go through basics of Arabic ,then read easy novels,newspapers and some modern arabic but continuesly

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