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Ganeshan Ramachandran

English Language Expert

Nanganallur, Chennai, India- 600061.

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Overview

I have designed curriculum for spoken and communicative English.
I have written for various newspapers and magazines
Platinum Level writer for ezinearticles,com
Have taught remedial English for students and professionals
Versatile and reasonably familiar with various subjects--from mythology to nanotechnology

Languages Spoken

Telugu, English, Tamil, Hindi

Address

Nanganallur, Chennai, India- 600061.

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Answers by Ganeshan Ramachandran (41)

"In questions, when to use can and may?" in   Language/Spoken English

Use May and Can with I to ask for permission to do something: May I come in? (formal) Can I come in? (informal) Could I come in? (informal but more polite than 'can') Can you wait for a minute? (request) Could you wait for a minute? (request, more polite than 'can') Can you complete the project by 20th? (Is it possible?) Can refers to possibility here and not request.

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"how to speak english without any grammer mistake" in   Tuition/BA Tuition

If you want to speak English without making grammatical mistakes, you have to study grammar. Unless you have some knowledge of grammar, you will not even know that you are making mistakes. Study the basics: singular, plural; determiners, tenses, prepositions and connectors. By the way, spell grammar as 'grammA'r'.

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"Basics on tenses?" in   Language/Spoken English

The word tense refers to the way a verb changes its form to show time. There are only two tense forms to a form: Present and Past. Present: Go, goes Past: went. Going and gone do not show any tense. They can be used for speaking about past, present or future. Use the present form to speak about what happens every day, every time, by habit or custom. 'She goes to work by car.' 'I watch the 9 o'clock news.' The speak about what happened in the past, use the past form: 'I met him yesterday.' To speak about a running or continuing action, use the -ing for 'We are waiting for the doctor.' Present 'We were watching a movie last night.' Past. 'Don't call me at 2. I will be sleeping.' Future. 'I have been working here since 2012. Past to present. 'He had been working in the previous company for two years. Past to Past. Use the -ed/en form to speak about completed action with reference to situat ion in the present; in the past. 'I have applied for visa. (Action in the past, situation (waiting for visa) Present. ' She came to work yesterday. I had called her to report for duty. (Past action; past situation.) For more ask your teacher or look up a good grammar book.

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"I want to improve my English-speaking skills. Is it possible in one month." in   Language/Spoken English

Hi, Kannu Now, that is good, to improve your communicative skills in English. And you want to do it in a month, don't you? To evolve a strategy, you should ask yourself what is your present level. From here where do you want to go? How much time and effort you can invest on this? If you word you question sharply, you will find the reply to your question yourself. General advice that people can give you is 'read a lot and watch good speeches, plays and movies.' If you are looking for specific strategies, you should take the help of a good teacher who is also an expert.

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"Hello sir/ mam My name is neha and want to learn english by which i can communicate in english without hesitation. I known that we can learn it by reading news papers or by books bt my problem is that when i reading books then in few minutes i feel so sleepy and by which i can't concentrate on studying. so plz tell me the way i learn English." in   Language/Spoken English

Neha By the way you have expressed your problem, I understand your English language is good. Don't bother if you fall asleep while reading. If reading books is not your cup of tea, watch good programmes and movies on TV. Do what you love doing.

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Ganeshan Ramachandran address

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BA Tuition

Class Location

Language translation services

Translation services provided

Text translation, Others, Speech translation

Languages translated to

Hindi, English

Languages translated from

Hindi, English

Class Location

Years of Experience in Language translation services

5

Teaching Experience in detail in Language translation services

Interacted with various age groups and professionals, translated from Tamil to English various types of writings such as ad copies, movie scripts and news pieces

Spoken English classes

Demo Class Provided

Yes

Profession

Tutor

Lived or Worked in English Speaking Country

No

Awards and Recognition

No

Citizen of English Speaking Country

No

Certification

None

Teaching at

Institute

Class Location

Student's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Spoken English classes

20

Teaching Experience in detail in Spoken English classes

Have designed a curriculum for a leading spoken English academy. Taught for 25 years to students and professionals. Have written reference books, also for blogs and facebook community pages. Have designed English syllabus for master technicians of Mercedes Benz India. Have prepared job-seekers for job interviews and have trained teachers in Singapore and Sri Lanka.

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"In questions, when to use can and may?" in   Language/Spoken English

Use May and Can with I to ask for permission to do something: May I come in? (formal) Can I come in? (informal) Could I come in? (informal but more polite than 'can') Can you wait for a minute? (request) Could you wait for a minute? (request, more polite than 'can') Can you complete the project by 20th? (Is it possible?) Can refers to possibility here and not request.

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"how to speak english without any grammer mistake" in   Tuition/BA Tuition

If you want to speak English without making grammatical mistakes, you have to study grammar. Unless you have some knowledge of grammar, you will not even know that you are making mistakes. Study the basics: singular, plural; determiners, tenses, prepositions and connectors. By the way, spell grammar as 'grammA'r'.

1
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0

"Basics on tenses?" in   Language/Spoken English

The word tense refers to the way a verb changes its form to show time. There are only two tense forms to a form: Present and Past. Present: Go, goes Past: went. Going and gone do not show any tense. They can be used for speaking about past, present or future. Use the present form to speak about what happens every day, every time, by habit or custom. 'She goes to work by car.' 'I watch the 9 o'clock news.' The speak about what happened in the past, use the past form: 'I met him yesterday.' To speak about a running or continuing action, use the -ing for 'We are waiting for the doctor.' Present 'We were watching a movie last night.' Past. 'Don't call me at 2. I will be sleeping.' Future. 'I have been working here since 2012. Past to present. 'He had been working in the previous company for two years. Past to Past. Use the -ed/en form to speak about completed action with reference to situat ion in the present; in the past. 'I have applied for visa. (Action in the past, situation (waiting for visa) Present. ' She came to work yesterday. I had called her to report for duty. (Past action; past situation.) For more ask your teacher or look up a good grammar book.

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"I want to improve my English-speaking skills. Is it possible in one month." in   Language/Spoken English

Hi, Kannu Now, that is good, to improve your communicative skills in English. And you want to do it in a month, don't you? To evolve a strategy, you should ask yourself what is your present level. From here where do you want to go? How much time and effort you can invest on this? If you word you question sharply, you will find the reply to your question yourself. General advice that people can give you is 'read a lot and watch good speeches, plays and movies.' If you are looking for specific strategies, you should take the help of a good teacher who is also an expert.

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"Hello sir/ mam My name is neha and want to learn english by which i can communicate in english without hesitation. I known that we can learn it by reading news papers or by books bt my problem is that when i reading books then in few minutes i feel so sleepy and by which i can't concentrate on studying. so plz tell me the way i learn English." in   Language/Spoken English

Neha By the way you have expressed your problem, I understand your English language is good. Don't bother if you fall asleep while reading. If reading books is not your cup of tea, watch good programmes and movies on TV. Do what you love doing.

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Ganeshan Ramachandran describes himself as English Language Expert. He conducts classes in BA Tuition, Language translation services and Spoken English. Ganeshan is located in Nanganallur, Chennai. Ganeshan takes at students Home and Online Classes- via online medium. He has 20 years of teaching experience . HeĀ is well versed in Telugu, English, Tamil and Hindi.

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