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Lesson Posted 2 days ago Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

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Abhishek Singh

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The art of communication lies in getting your message across as fast and effectively as possible. The amount of noise increasing in the system is the problem for communication. Noise is generated when unnecessary information is included in the message. This can be in form of irrelevant statements, over... read more

The art of communication lies in getting your message across as fast and effectively as possible. The amount of noise increasing in the system is the problem for communication.

Noise is generated when unnecessary information is included in the message. This can be in form of irrelevant statements, over use of body language and even pauses and sounds that denote a gap in the communicated message .

For this very reason, it is important to keep your message simple and understandable. Make sure you have a clear idea of what you want to speak about. 

Avoid:

i. Avoid using jargons that are hard to understand for people.

ii. Avoid making sounds to hold the conversation while thinking what to say next.

iii. Avoid trying to sound smart as it might jumble up the whole message and make it more complicated than what it is supposed to be.

Good practice:

i. Speak in a language where even a 4 year old can understand you and comprehend the message being conveyed.

ii. Stop and assess your message beforehand.

iii. Take time to think and formulate message, and then start speaking.

iv. Have a mini strategy for situations where you feel you might face issues.

Communication is the simple art of encoding and decoding information, while maintaining the integrity of the message that is conveyed.

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Lesson Posted on 09 Feb Language/Spoken English Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training IELTS General Test +2 Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/PTE Academic Exam Coaching Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/IELTS Coaching less

Exercise On Simple Past Tense

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Change the following sentences into simple past. 1. She buys a book. 2. The teacher punishes the boy. 3. The little girl laughs at the beggar. 4. They know it. 5. He does not tell lies. 6. They do not wait for anybody. 7. Who teaches you English? 8. The masons build the house. 9. They invite us to... read more

Change the following sentences into simple past.

1. She buys a book.

2. The teacher punishes the boy.

3. The little girl laughs at the beggar.

4. They know it.

5. He does not tell lies.

6. They do not wait for anybody.

7. Who teaches you English?

8. The masons build the house.

9. They invite us to their party.

10. His manners disgust me.

11. She sings a lovely song.

12. It is time to start.

13. He wants to kill the snake.

14. His conduct surprises me.

15. I want you to come with me.

Answers:

1. She bought a book.

2. The teacher punished the boy.

3. The little girl laughed at the boy.

4. They knew it.

5. He did not tell lies.

6. They did not wait for anybody.

7. Who taught you English?

8. The masons built the house.

9. They invited us to their party.

10. His manners disgusted me.

11. She sang a lovely song.

12. It was time to start.

13. He wanted to kill the snake.

14. His conduct surprised me.

15. I wanted you to come with me.

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Fill In The Blanks With Appropriate Forms Of The Verb Given In The Brackets

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Tenses exercise: Fill in the blanks with appropriate forms of the verb given in the brackets: 1. We usually go to Singapore on a holiday, but this year we (go) to Bangkok. 2. Heat (expand) and cold (contract). 3. A good player (practice) every day. 4. John usually (drink) coffee in the morning, but... read more

Tenses exercise:

Fill in the blanks with appropriate forms of the verb given in the brackets:

1. We usually go to Singapore on a holiday, but this year we (go) to Bangkok.

2. Heat (expand) and cold (contract).

3. A good player (practice) every day.

4. John usually (drink) coffee in the morning, but today he (drink) tea.

5. The child (suffer) from pneumonia since last week.

6. He (write) a novel since October last, and he is about to finish it.

7. If he (work) hard, he will pass.

8. I (help) you if I had had money.

9. Time and tide (wait) for no man.

10. By this time next year he (complete) the construction of his house.

11. Whenever he is in London, my father (stay) with a friend of his.

12. He (court) her for two years now, but he (not propose) to her yet.

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