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Maggie M.

Khar West, Mumbai, India - 400052

Maggie M. Communication Skills trainer in Mumbai

Maggie M.

B.A, M.A. in English (in progress)

Khar West, Mumbai, India - 400052.

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My educational and residential background is from the USA, (Boston, Ma and Houston, Texas) where I lived for 22 years. I live in Mumbai now for the last 14 years. I teach English & IELTS Coaching.
Previous: Voice, Language & Culture Trainer at Tata Infotech (TCS), Communications Skills Training done for HDFC, Eureka Forbes, Tata Communications, Motilal Oswal, professionals, students going abroad, etc. Editing of corporate film scripts, providing Voice over services or coaching to Voiceover artists to ensure a truly International accent. Also individual coaching for key executives in various businesses.
My rich intercultural experience (having lived in the US for 22 years) helps me to to prepare you for a truly international audience whether you are a model, aspiring voice artist, student, speaker, business person or homemaker.

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U of Houston

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

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Khar West, Mumbai, India - 400052

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Communication Skills Training

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in Communication Skills Training

12

Teaching Experience in detail in Communication Skills Training

My educational and residential background is from the USA, (Boston, Ma and Houston, Texas) where I lived for 22 years. I ;live in Mubmai now for the last 14 years. I teach English & IELTS Coaching. Previous: Voice, Language & Culture Trainer at Tata Infotech (TCS), Communications Skills Training done for HDFC, Eureka Forbes, Tata Communications, Motilal Oswal, professionals, students going abroad, etc. Editing of corporate film scripts, providing Voice over services or coaching to Voiceover artists to ensure a truly International accent. Also individual coaching for key executives in various businesses. My rich intercultural experience (having lived in the US for 22 years) helps me to to prepare you for a truly international audience whether you are a model, aspiring voice artist, student, speaker, business person or homemaker.

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1. Which classes do you teach?

I teach Communication Skills Training, IELTS Coaching, Spoken English and TOEFL Coaching Classes.

2. Do you provide a demo class?

Yes, I provide a free demo class.

3. How many years of experience do you have?

I have been teaching for 12 years.

Answers by Maggie M. (8)

Answered on 04/08/2016 Language/Spoken English

Diphtongal vowel
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Answered on 04/08/2016 Language/Spoken English

Square brackets () used inside f parentheses denote something subordinate to the subordinate clause. They are more important in academic writing when the writer needs to add information to a quotation. Normally, a quotation must be presented exactly as it was spoken or written. The square bracket... ...more
Square brackets ([ ]) used inside f parentheses denote something subordinate to the subordinate clause. They are more important in academic writing when the writer needs to add information to a quotation. Normally, a quotation must be presented exactly as it was spoken or written. The square bracket allows the writer to fix mistakes, add explanatory information, change a quote to fit in a sentence, or add emphasis to a word through bold or italics. As with the parentheses, the information in the bracket cannot alter the meaning of the quoted material. See example below: Example of square bracket use in grammar: “Books used [in classes] show methods of finding information but not much information in preparation of the review [italics added]” (Libutti & Kopala, 1995, p. 15).
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Answered on 04/08/2016 Language/Spoken English

English and ????l??/ is the phonetic transcription. Did you mean why is English spelling so hard? I agree it is not easy when you're still learning to spell correctly.
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Answered on 29/07/2016 Language/Spoken English

Anything more than 1 syllable strictly speaking, however mostly used by linguists and other dreary breeds such as grammar teachers like me, for words of more than 3- syllables. We could say di-syllabic, tri-syllabic, for words of two and three syllables respectively, but after that it's polysyllabic!... ...more
Anything more than 1 syllable strictly speaking, however mostly used by linguists and other dreary breeds such as grammar teachers like me, for words of more than 3- syllables. We could say di-syllabic, tri-syllabic, for words of two and three syllables respectively, but after that it's polysyllabic! Examples: uxorious, renegade, helicopter, reconciliation, insignificant, dependability.
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Answered on 29/07/2016 Language/Spoken English

You can use the article 'a' before words that start with a consonant sound and 'an' before words that start with a vowel sound. So you can say for example, "An honourable man.." though the adjective starts with h, Also with sums of money: "That is a one- hundred dollar bill" The o sound is won here.which... ...more
You can use the article 'a' before words that start with a consonant sound and 'an' before words that start with a vowel sound. So you can say for example, "An honourable man.." though the adjective starts with h, Also with sums of money: "That is a one- hundred dollar bill" The o sound is won here.which is not a vowel. The wonderful rule of thumb for use of articles, 'a before consonants and an before vowels' has several exceptions! But then again this has some logic- If there is an adjective or an adverb-adjective combination before the noun, A(AN) should agree with the first sound in the adjective or the adverb-adjective combination.
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Communication Skills Training 3.4

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in Communication Skills Training

12

Teaching Experience in detail in Communication Skills Training

My educational and residential background is from the USA, (Boston, Ma and Houston, Texas) where I lived for 22 years. I ;live in Mubmai now for the last 14 years. I teach English & IELTS Coaching. Previous: Voice, Language & Culture Trainer at Tata Infotech (TCS), Communications Skills Training done for HDFC, Eureka Forbes, Tata Communications, Motilal Oswal, professionals, students going abroad, etc. Editing of corporate film scripts, providing Voice over services or coaching to Voiceover artists to ensure a truly International accent. Also individual coaching for key executives in various businesses. My rich intercultural experience (having lived in the US for 22 years) helps me to to prepare you for a truly international audience whether you are a model, aspiring voice artist, student, speaker, business person or homemaker.

IELTS Coaching classes 3.4

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in IELTS Coaching classes

12

Experience in taking IELTS exam

Yes

Demo Class Provided

No

Background

Working Professional

Certification held

Train the Trainer- Cambridge English Language Assessment

Awards and Recognition

No

Paper for which assistance is provided

IELTS Academic (If you want to move to an English-speaking country to study), IELTS General (If you want to move to an English-speaking country for work or immigration)

Teaching Experience in detail in IELTS Coaching classes

I have been doing English, Communications and Cultural Skills training and and Voice Overs for 12+ years. My main experience is in developing and delivering training programs in communication and presentation skills, spoken and written English, voice and accent modification, NIOS English, IELTS, TOEFL professional etiquette and personality development. I love teaching English and will prepare you to face the IELTS with confidence.

TOEFL Coaching classes 3.4

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in TOEFL Coaching classes

10

Demo Class Provided

No

Background

Teacher

Awards and Recognition

No

Experience in taking TOEFL exam

Yes

Teaching Experience in detail in TOEFL Coaching classes

I have been training people, high school students and working professionals for TOEFL for almost 10 years. I am experienced teaching and training ages from 17 to 45-50.

Spoken English classes 3.4

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in Spoken English classes

13

Demo Class Provided

Yes

Profession

Tutor

Lived or Worked in English Speaking Country

Yes

Exams Attended

IELTS, TOEFL

Awards and Recognition

No

Citizen of English Speaking Country

Yes

Certification

None

Teaching at

Institute

Teaching Experience in detail in Spoken English classes

I thoroughly enjoy teaching English because I can help children, students, professionals express themselves in a different language a language they may know but are not using to the utmost. As people gain self confidence, they start to try new things, question some things, obtain and seek new opportunities It is thrilling both for the student and for me to see their world open up. I am an English, Communications and Cultural Skills Consultant and Voice Over artist with 12+ years of experience in developing and delivering training programs in communication and presentation skills, spoken and written English, voice and accent modification, corporate etiquette and personality development. My trainees include college students, people migrating to any countries where English is needed, IETS test takers, professionals Some clients are: o Motilal Oswal o Mehta Equities Pvt. Ltd. o Eureka Forbes o Tata Communications Ltd. o Tata Infotech Ltd. (TCS) o HDFC o Epicenter Technologies Pvt. Ltd. o WNS o KPMG o SlashSupport Pvt Ltd (Chennai) o FIS o ICICI First Source o Wipro Technologies (IT team) o Sitel India o Intelenet Global Services o J P Morgan Chase For personal reasons, so that I have more time to pursue my own further studies, now I am taking IELTS students and a few others in small batches rather than at corporates.

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Answers by Maggie M. (8)

Answered on 04/08/2016 Language/Spoken English

Diphtongal vowel
Answers 19 Comments
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Answered on 04/08/2016 Language/Spoken English

Square brackets () used inside f parentheses denote something subordinate to the subordinate clause. They are more important in academic writing when the writer needs to add information to a quotation. Normally, a quotation must be presented exactly as it was spoken or written. The square bracket... ...more
Square brackets ([ ]) used inside f parentheses denote something subordinate to the subordinate clause. They are more important in academic writing when the writer needs to add information to a quotation. Normally, a quotation must be presented exactly as it was spoken or written. The square bracket allows the writer to fix mistakes, add explanatory information, change a quote to fit in a sentence, or add emphasis to a word through bold or italics. As with the parentheses, the information in the bracket cannot alter the meaning of the quoted material. See example below: Example of square bracket use in grammar: “Books used [in classes] show methods of finding information but not much information in preparation of the review [italics added]” (Libutti & Kopala, 1995, p. 15).
Answers 8 Comments
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Answered on 04/08/2016 Language/Spoken English

English and ????l??/ is the phonetic transcription. Did you mean why is English spelling so hard? I agree it is not easy when you're still learning to spell correctly.
Answers 12 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 29/07/2016 Language/Spoken English

Anything more than 1 syllable strictly speaking, however mostly used by linguists and other dreary breeds such as grammar teachers like me, for words of more than 3- syllables. We could say di-syllabic, tri-syllabic, for words of two and three syllables respectively, but after that it's polysyllabic!... ...more
Anything more than 1 syllable strictly speaking, however mostly used by linguists and other dreary breeds such as grammar teachers like me, for words of more than 3- syllables. We could say di-syllabic, tri-syllabic, for words of two and three syllables respectively, but after that it's polysyllabic! Examples: uxorious, renegade, helicopter, reconciliation, insignificant, dependability.
Answers 22 Comments
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Answered on 29/07/2016 Language/Spoken English

You can use the article 'a' before words that start with a consonant sound and 'an' before words that start with a vowel sound. So you can say for example, "An honourable man.." though the adjective starts with h, Also with sums of money: "That is a one- hundred dollar bill" The o sound is won here.which... ...more
You can use the article 'a' before words that start with a consonant sound and 'an' before words that start with a vowel sound. So you can say for example, "An honourable man.." though the adjective starts with h, Also with sums of money: "That is a one- hundred dollar bill" The o sound is won here.which is not a vowel. The wonderful rule of thumb for use of articles, 'a before consonants and an before vowels' has several exceptions! But then again this has some logic- If there is an adjective or an adverb-adjective combination before the noun, A(AN) should agree with the first sound in the adjective or the adverb-adjective combination.
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Maggie M. conducts classes in Communication Skills Training, IELTS Coaching and Spoken English. Maggie is located in Khar West, Mumbai. Maggie takes Regular Classes- at her Home. She has 13 years of teaching experience . Maggie has completed Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) from U of Houston.

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