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English language has the following two broad components: Grammar : The accuracy and the correctness of the construction. Vocabulary : Usage of a precise word to convey what is meant. These are common to...

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Nishant | 1 day ago

There are four aspects of any language:- reading, listening, speaking and writing. There are numerous ways to improve our English skills. By reading books, listening lecture audio with sub titles and daily writing. If you follow this I promise with the passage of time your English will improve.

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Shridhar Viswanathan | 22 hrs ago

Daily reading English Newspaper, note down the difficult words, finding their meaning from dictionary. To use the new words while talking to others. Listening to English News, reading English magazines, novels etc. Thinking in English, to think of appropriate words while speaking or writing in English.

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Meghna Gupta | 1 day ago

Communication is sharing ideas, information and messages from person to other and receiving feedback from them.

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Shridhar Viswanathan | 22 hrs ago

Communication is exchange of ideas process of conveying one's idea to others. It is a two way process. Communication consists of a Sender, a Receiver and a channel. It can be writte,verbal or through gesture or signs. It cab visual also- Traffic Signal, Sign boards etc.

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Meghna Gupta | 1 day ago

As a trainer you can enhance their speaking skills by engaging them in small talks on simple topics, and reading small paragraph (this will increase their confidence, grammar knowledge and decrease shyness), and giving them words to phrase sentences.

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Shridhar Viswanathan | 22 hrs ago

Give a topic such as 'My School/College', 'My Best Friend', ' A Friend in Need is a Friend in Deed', 'The Goal of my Life' and so on. Each student will be given 30 minutes to prepare and they have to talk for 5 minutes. This will create interest in them and can improve their spoken English.

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Yeshaswi | 01 Dec

Speaking requires lot of reading and listening. You probably know that even in your own language reading is regarded as important because it can be entertaining and educational, can open up new worlds and enrich your life, and can improve hand-eye co-ordination and enhance social skills. But for learning a foreign language, in this case English, reading in that language has additional important benefits that can help you learn the language faster and more completely. Are you overwhelmed by the reading materials that are available? Without spending a penny, you can read printed texts (books, magazines, newspapers at the library), online materials (websites and blogs), and ebooks (on your mobile devices). Think about what you like to read in your native language. Can you find these written materials in English? There are two important things in deciding what to read:It should interest you, so that the reading is fun and not boring. It should be at a level that is not too difficult for you. There are some types of reading material to try: books (including children's books and  graded readers) newspapers online news articles (try EC's  easy news) online blogs about topics that interest you (search for "top 10 blog" lists by topic) letters (personal and commercial) transcripts (of some online videos) and sub-titles on films short stories (try  these  on EC) Poetry. Proverbs. Cartoons and  jokes. Recipes for cooking. Advertisements and Brochures.

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Shridhar Viswanathan | 6 days ago

Learning English is a continuous & regular process. You can improve your English by reading English newspaper, listening to English News.Speaking to others in English. Do not worry about your mistakes and continue to speak as much as possible. This will give you confidence. Try use new words you learn each day.

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Jyothi Venkatesh | 18 Nov

Its a confidence issue. To start with try speaking in front of a mirror. Work on it for a few days. Make it a point to watch English language programs. Try speaking a select set of sentences (don't worry about the accent). For unknown words find the meaning from a dictionary. Do this for about a month. You will see your confidence returning. All the best.

Xcella Skills | 19 Nov

Learning alone on your own may be difficult but not impossible. Best time effective method is to join an institute who conduct such courses/classes. After that carry on your efforts to improve further.

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