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Conversational Hindi - Learn how to effectively communicate in Hindi and improve your conversational language skills.
Develop Speaking Habit:-All of us find people who speaks Hindi, but when it comes to learning it for those Non-Hindi speakers it actually helps them to understand and speak fluently. Now, for example you...
Conversational Hindi - Learn How To Effectively Communicate In Hindi And Improve Your Conversational Language Skills.
Always be in touch with the language:The most important thing that you can do is to be in the contact with language 24/7. Speak with your relatives, friends, family or colleagues in Hindi. Make Hindi as...

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SavvySandy | 23 hrs ago

There is no much difference when it comes to content. 1. International General Certificate of Secondary Education(IGCSE) and CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education). 2. IGCSE runs on international curriculum affiliated to either England or US. CBSE is affiliated to Indian Curriculum 3. IGCSE starts from Grade 1 to AS/A2 same as CBSE Grade 1 to +1 and +2 4. From content perspective IGCSE focus more on giving kids knowledge over application, CBSE focus on the same aspect but in different setting. 5. From Examination point of view: IGCSE focus on all application based questions, whereas CBSE has a wide selection ranging from recall - memorize - few application. 6. From future perspective: IGCSE is recognised worldwide more compared to CBSE. 7. From tutoring point of view: very few schools for IGCSE but broad options of online tutors, the same is not true for CBSE. 8. Work: Both school provide a good opportunity but I prefer IGCSE over CBSE. Trust me I have worked for both IGCSE and CBSE curriculum in India and abroad. But if this question is from job point of view, there are lot of things you will learn in IGCSE and not be stuck to memorizing.

Aruna Sharma | 19 hrs ago

ICSE & CBSE are 2 different boards of conducting examination. Both have a great difference in syllabus, schools areas, etc.

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Satya Singh | 2 days ago

Start off with just words and five to ten words daily. It is important to carry the words with you wherever you go and study them when you have free time. After you have learned some words it is time to start in on the grammar of the English language. Grammar takes time to learn, so do not rush it.

Deepak Kumar Mehta | 2 days ago

If you are able to read and write in English, then you should watch English news on Indian channels. Also watch movies and read good books/novels, if possible. You should development a practice of reading Times of India daily for at least 15-20 minutes. While reading the news-paper you should should read aloud in your room without disturbing other members of your family. Continue this practice of reading for at least 45 days. Your vocabulary and speech will automatically develop.

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Chhavi Pamnani | 16 Jan

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

Pragya Das | 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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Asha Tadituri | 02/12/2016

Most important is regular reading and writing for Hindi language. Minimum 3 months take to learn (talk) Hindi.

Aditi Jain | 07/12/2016

Both are important but in my view you will learn very quick by TV but should have basic knowledge of that language. But if you will read a book of any language you would have much time to practice you can take the help of dictionary while reading book but not at the time of watching TV.

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Vikash Gupta | 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 | 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 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.

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