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- Kalyan Nagar, Bangalore, India- 560043.

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Overview

Stuck finding the correct word? Can't pronounce a difficult word? Don't know exactly what a certain word means?
Basically, you can speak English but would like to be fluent and confident in it. Or you'd like to be able to write effortlessly. Or may be just want to brush up your language skills.
Whatever ever is your communication need, get in touch with us to guide you.

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HRBR Layout,

Kalyan Nagar, Bangalore, India- 560043.

Creative Writing Classes Overview

Creative Writing Classes

Teaching Experience in detail in Creative Writing Classes

I have guided students, interns, and young professionals in acquiring the skill to write comprehensively. This was carried out in the capacity of a team manger or senior editor. I plan to offer this as a course to working professionals and students who want to polish their writing skills for career growth or better performance on assignments.

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"Why do we use a question mark while an interrogative sentence itself is in a direct question form?" in   Language/Spoken English

One, it's a rule of punctuation, just like how we use a capital letter after a full stop: should the upper case be dropped or the full stop? - as one indicates the beginning of a sentence and other the end. But we still use both, though one could of them indicate the end or beginning of the sentence. Two, in rhetorical talk, we often use the interrogative form, without expecting an answer. There the question mark (?) is often replaced by the exclamation mark (!) Ex: Where have you been all my life! Three, the romance of the language. It just looks good! :-)

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Creative Writing Classes

Teaching Experience in detail in Creative Writing Classes

I have guided students, interns, and young professionals in acquiring the skill to write comprehensively. This was carried out in the capacity of a team manger or senior editor. I plan to offer this as a course to working professionals and students who want to polish their writing skills for career growth or better performance on assignments.

Spoken English classes

Language of instruction offered

English to english

Class strength catered to

One on one/ Private Tutions, Group Classes

Class Location

At the Institute

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

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"Why do we use a question mark while an interrogative sentence itself is in a direct question form?" in   Language/Spoken English

One, it's a rule of punctuation, just like how we use a capital letter after a full stop: should the upper case be dropped or the full stop? - as one indicates the beginning of a sentence and other the end. But we still use both, though one could of them indicate the end or beginning of the sentence. Two, in rhetorical talk, we often use the interrogative form, without expecting an answer. There the question mark (?) is often replaced by the exclamation mark (!) Ex: Where have you been all my life! Three, the romance of the language. It just looks good! :-)

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Inkpot conducts classes in Creative Writing and Spoken English. It is located in Kalyan Nagar, Bangalore. It takes Regular Classes- at the Institute and Online Classes- via online medium.

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