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Shaili 14/05/2016 in  Spoken English classes

how i can prepare for GRE and TOEFL in two month

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Sudhakar replied | 28/05/2016

Definitely u can prepare for TOEFL &GRE in 2 months. Reading Comprehension passages r helpful for both tests. vocabulary also supports. If u plan perfectly 3 hours for GRE & 3 hrs for TOEFL daily it can be done in 2 months

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Babli 09/05/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Sanjiv replied | 26/06/2016

Practice Spoken English
Reading a newspaper is an excellent way to practice spoken English. Most newspapers use important English vocabulary words. A newspaper will give you many common political, scientific, economic and technical words.
However, using a newspaper to study spoken English will require that you do more than merely reading it. You must read the newspaper...  more»
Practice Spoken English
Reading a newspaper is an excellent way to practice spoken English. Most newspapers use important English vocabulary words. A newspaper will give you many common political, scientific, economic and technical words.
However, using a newspaper to study spoken English will require that you do more than merely reading it. You must read the newspaper frequently and read it aloud. You must always look up words you do not know in your dictionary and attempt to use these new words and expressions when you speak.
1. Print an article from a newspaper web site. (Always select a newspaper from the country using the English you are studying.)
2. First, read the article out loud, looking for new vocabulary words.
3. Whenever you read a word you do not know, stop and look it up in your own language English dictionary.
4. Write the English words you do not know in a notebook. Then write the meaning of the word in your own language.
5. If a word you do not know is used more than twice in an article, put a check ( ) by it for special study.
6. You do not need to write names of places or people in your notebook.
7. After you finish reading the article for the first time, review the meaning of all the new vocabulary words you wrote in your notebook. Study these words enough so that you know what they mean when you read the article.
8. Now read the entire article aloud for fluency practice. Try reading the article as smoothly as possible without stopping. Read it aloud twice. Your purpose is to read it so that an English speaking person could easily understand what you are saying.
9. Read the article again for meaning. Always read aloud. If you do not understand a sentence, stop and figure out exactly what it means.
10. If some of the meanings you have written in your notebook do not make sense in the article, look the word up again in your dictionary and see if it has other meanings. Write the meaning in your notebook that makes the most sense as a second meaning for that word.
11. If you still cannot figure out the meaning of a sentence, it may be because two or three words are used together as an expression. Try to determine the meaning of expressions. Look for similar expressions in other articles. If you cannot determine the meaning of an expression, you may need to ask an English speaking person to help you.
12. Identify expressions as you read. Use a special mark to identify them in the articles.
13. Try substituting other words while using the same expression. Say or write as many sentences using the expression as possible. For example, you may read a sentence in a newspaper which says, "Former Governor Mitchell announced on Friday he will not run for another term, putting to rest months of speculation about his future intentions." "Putting to rest" is an expression which means "ending." (The sentence means that the Governor was "ending months of speculation about his future intentions.") Try writing sentences using the new expression. Most expressions can be used in different tenses with different people or things. For example, the expression "to put to rest" can be used in the present, "I want to put our disagreement to rest," in the future, "he will put his argument to rest," or in the past, "they finally put their rivalry to rest."
14. Many times, English uses forms of words as a type of expression. For example, you may read a sentence in a newspaper which says, "We're getting all kinds of calls from people who are panicking and asking what they can do." This form of expression uses two (or more) words ending in "…ing" to describe two (or more) actions that the same person is doing at one time. Substitute other words while using the same form of the expression. Try writing as many different sentences using the same form as possible. You might say, "Parents are taking their children from school and going home," "The children were finishing their lessons and leaving for lunch," or, "We were sitting on the grass, listening to the concert."
15. For more fluency practice, continue reading the article aloud until you can read it at the same speed that an English speaker talks. Practice until your pronunciation sounds like that of an English speaker.
16. Your purpose is not merely to learn the vocabulary in these articles, but to learn to speak English. Keep practicing until you can read the article aloud so that an English speaking person can clearly understand what you are saying.
17. Select other newspaper articles and continue reading aloud while you look for new vocabulary words. When you find a word in your notebook that you have already checked ( ), place a second check ( ) by it. Any word in your notebook with two checks should be memorized as an important word to know.
18. Frequently review the English words in your notebook. Try using each word in a sentence. Use these new words when you talk with an English speaker. «less

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Rajendran replied | 19/07/2016

Learning Spoken English involves many steps. 1. Learn basic grammar. 2. Watch and listen English news and speeches on video. 3. Read daily news papers, particularly the editorial. 4. Learn how to avoid errors in writing a sentence with correct meaning 5. Make sentences without error. 6. Have conversation with your master in English.

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Anu 04/05/2016 in  Spoken English classes

How to speak in english?

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Anand replied | 12/05/2016

English is a language of just 26 alphabets Anu. Just go ahead fearlessly and just speak. That's all

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Anamika replied | 22/05/2016

The only mantra is Practice. Practice it with yourself, family and friends. Don't just simply watch or read a movie or book, pick meaningful sentences from them and start using them in day to day conversation.

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Panugantimanideep 02/05/2016 in  Spoken English classes

How i develop my english skills and personal development

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Rohini replied | 06/05/2016

To improve in English language ( communication ) first stop reading in mind while reading... read aloud an article for 10 minutes everyday .. read pronunciation practice every morning
For personal development firstly observe the people who inspired you in this field . Analyse the concept what they do and what they doesn't do...
Need dedication in what you are doing

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Niteen 27/04/2016 in  Spoken English classes

is the 30 days enough to speak english?

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Anamika replied | 22/05/2016

It takes just 21 days to build a habit. Yes 30 days enough to build a habit that you maximize the usage of English during conversation. With constant improvement and dedication you can keep brushing your language. Try to concentrate on simple words and sentences instead of going for fancy words initially, if you are at beginner level. Analyse how much command you have over language...  more»
It takes just 21 days to build a habit. Yes 30 days enough to build a habit that you maximize the usage of English during conversation. With constant improvement and dedication you can keep brushing your language. Try to concentrate on simple words and sentences instead of going for fancy words initially, if you are at beginner level. Analyse how much command you have over language and based on that start working on your verbal language. «less

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Mohd 25/04/2016 in  Spoken English classes

How should i learn english?

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Krishna 21/04/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Rajendran replied | 19/07/2016

Watch and listen more speeches on videos. Refer dictionary whenever needed. online dictionary has phonetic audio too. try that. read lots of English news papers and articles. this will improve your vocabulary.

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Ankit Bhardwaj replied | 19/07/2016

learn phonetics and watch English news because whoever the anchor is, would be perfect in pronunciation, so it's better to learn from a perfect one.

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Prasant 19/04/2016 in  Spoken English classes

How to speak in English?

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Supriya 18/04/2016 in  Spoken English classes

how can i speak english fluently?and what are the basic requirements needed in order to speak english fluently?

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Kameshwar replied | 21/04/2016

HI first of all you need to know the pronunciation skill means the sounds of the alphabets and the origin of the sounds. secondly you need to read English books with open mouth so that your tongue will get acquainted with the words and movements. Its not so hard to learn English if you wish to learn.

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Ram 17/04/2016 in  Spoken English classes

How much is the monthly fee per student?

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Kameshwar replied | 21/04/2016

Hi fee depends from classes to classes and city to city.

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Sanjiv replied | 26/06/2016

Sure....join my classes

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Mitasha replied | 28/06/2016

Hi Mohamed, i deliver Spoken English classes both at home as well as at an institute in Ratanada, Jodhpur. I don't only give ideas n tips about reading newspaper, magazine or speak loudly... I'll make you do excercises that are very effective in language learning. If interested please contact me. Course syllabus and fees we can discuss when you contact.

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Karan 15/04/2016 in  Spoken English classes

What can i do to learn english basic language speaking and talking?

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Rajasingh 11/04/2016 in  Spoken English classes

how to speak in english

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Gopal 11/04/2016 in  Spoken English classes

I want to know about English speaking class timing and fees ...........

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Nitish replied | 18/04/2016

you can choose the speed at which you want to acquire this. Typically 2-10 hours a week , and approx 100 Rs. an hour of input

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Nashik Skill replied | 25/04/2016

Hi Gopal, NSDC has various batches starting from 8 am to 8 pm . You can choose the time as per your convenience. The classes are for 60-90 mins per day , 5 days a week for 8-10 weeks. The fee too varies fro 4500/- for the full fee to 100%( government scholarship based) Free of cost .
For more details contact Nashik Skill Development Centre.

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Tabassum 11/04/2016 in  Spoken English classes

what they charge for english classes .

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Aaqib 09/04/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Kamini replied | 04 Jan

You can enhance your language by reading simple books. Looking up difficult words in dictionary and understanding them. Then trying to use those words in your everyday language. Gradually those words will become a part of your voabulary. Secondly, you can start by understanding grammar the tenses and basic knowledge of verbs nouns etc, which will help you understand what words to...  more»
You can enhance your language by reading simple books. Looking up difficult words in dictionary and understanding them. Then trying to use those words in your everyday language. Gradually those words will become a part of your voabulary. Secondly, you can start by understanding grammar the tenses and basic knowledge of verbs nouns etc, which will help you understand what words to use with what tenses. That will help in your speaking as well as make your written English strong too. «less

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Minjal replied | 03 Feb

By speaking and listening everyday. Listen to English songs daily and you will see a change.

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Sushil 09/04/2016 in  Spoken English classes

How to be fluent in speaking English?

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Amandeep replied | 11/08/2016

Sushil it's quite easy you just have to follow a few steps
1. Practice in front of mirror
2. Buy some good book on English spraking , and read it aloud.
3. If possible make some friends with whom you can talk in English
4. Use social networking sites as a tool to learn English . Usually we surf them for fun but unknowingly you can learn English there too.
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Sushil it's quite easy you just have to follow a few steps
1. Practice in front of mirror
2. Buy some good book on English spraking , and read it aloud.
3. If possible make some friends with whom you can talk in English
4. Use social networking sites as a tool to learn English . Usually we surf them for fun but unknowingly you can learn English there too.
5. Read interesting articles from books, newspaper too
6. Watch movies and listen to english songs
Now the questions arises how reading and listening can improve your skills very effectively.
Moreover practice is again a panacea for learning English . «less

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Minjal replied | 03 Feb

Listen to English songs and download apps like BBC news, podcasts. Listen to them and translate in your mother tongue. Besides speak in English wherever you can.

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Prasanna 09/04/2016 in  Spoken English classes

how many fee will u charge for online coaching

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Virender replied | 16 Mar

Rupees 150 per hour.

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Archana replied | 06 Apr

Rs. 250 to 350.

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Majid 06/04/2016 in  Spoken English classes

How to learn basic English and writing?

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Sonali replied | 08/04/2016

For any basic language study one needs to know the daily conversation to begin with.. Then to form sentence structure by learning grammar and knowing its parallel meaning in your mother tounge to grasp easily... And the utmost important thing is to practice consistentantly by reading small story books, by conversing with friends n family members to boost the confidence .. Write simultaneously ...

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Learnsocial.com replied | 13/04/2016

The wren and martin book of high school grammar and composition is a good start. Learnsocial brings together teachers and learners of languages, where the teaching happens online, one-to-one and based on a curriculum developed for your specific needs.

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Poli 07/04/2016 in  Spoken English classes

How to improve verbs?

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Neera replied | 13/04/2016

All action words are called verbs; so, any action you do with your sense organs is verb like walking, laughing, sleeping, talking, running etc.

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Gururaj replied | 14/04/2016

Please follow these suggestions:
1. When you read a news paper, magazine or a book, concentrate on the verbs consciously. See how the verbs are used and with what effect. Verbs are the most important parts of speech; you can never frame a sentence without it. Add as many verbs as possible to your vocabulary. Make sure you use the right verb for the right occasion. Lack of adequate...  more»
Please follow these suggestions:
1. When you read a news paper, magazine or a book, concentrate on the verbs consciously. See how the verbs are used and with what effect. Verbs are the most important parts of speech; you can never frame a sentence without it. Add as many verbs as possible to your vocabulary. Make sure you use the right verb for the right occasion. Lack of adequate repertoire of verbs is one of the reasons for not being able to speak or write fluently.
2. Never use a verb (or any part of speech for that matter) without knowing its proper meaning. If in doubt, refer to a good dictionary.
3. Select a paragraph from a printed script, remove the verbs and try to fill it yourself. Later see how close you are to the actual word. This is a good exercise to master verbs.
4. Closely observe the collocation - i.e. how verbs go with other parts of speech such as nouns and adverbs. Look at these:
Some common verbs
have do make
have a bath
have a drink
have a good time
have a haircut
have a holiday
have a problem
have a relationship
have a rest
have lunch
have sympathy
do business
do nothingyou have not suc ceeded.
do someone a favour
The list is endless. Make a mental note of these things when you read. Tell me if
do the cooking
do the housework
do the shopping
do the washing up
do your best
do your hair
do your homework make a difference
make a mess
make a mistake
make a noise
make an effort
make furniture
make money
make progress
make room
make trouble
take break catch
take a break
take a chance
take a look
take a rest
take a seat
take a taxi
take an exam
take notes
take someone’s place
take someone’s temperature break a habit
break a leg
break a promise
break a record
break a window
break someone’s heart
break the ice
break the law
break the news to someone
break the rules catch a ball
catch a bus
catch a chill
catch a cold
catch a thief
catch fire
catch sight of
catch someone’s attention
catch someone’s eye
catch the flu
pay save keep
pay a fine
pay attention
pay by credit card
pay cash
pay interest
pay someone a compliment
pay someone a visit
pay the bill
pay the price
pay your respects save electricity
save energy
save money
save one’s strength
save someone a seat
save someone’s life
save something to a disk
save space
save time
save yourself the trouble keep a diary
keep a promise
keep a secret
keep an appointment
keep calm
keep control
keep in touch
keep quiet
keep someone’s place
keep the change
come go get
come close
come complete with
come direct
come early
come first
come into view
come last
come late
come on time
come prepared
come right back
come second
come to a compromise
come to a decision
come to an agreement
come to an end
come to a standstill
come to terms with
come to a total of
come under attack go abroad
go astray
go bad
go bald
go bankrupt
go blind
go crazy
go dark
go deaf
go fishing
go mad
go missing
go on foot
go online
go out of business
go overseas
go quiet
go sailing
go to war
go yellow get a job
get a shock
get angry
get divorced
get drunk
get frightened
get home
get lost
get married
get nowhere
get permission
get pregnant
get ready
get started
get the impression
get the message
get the sack
get upset
get wet
get worried
You can get in touch with me if you need more information. «less

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Reena 06/04/2016 in  Spoken English classes

Which is the best english speaking institute in noida

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Vinay replied | 11/04/2016

Dear Reena, First of all I wanted to know your concerned here. Institute for professional trainers or daily conversation speaking.
Any ways you may visit Inlingua International or English Caff.
Also if you need further help or assistance you may post your query here.
Thanks
Vinay

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Sanjiv replied | 15/04/2016

Institutes are important because you can know their methodology & the structure of the course,however,meet your trainer to see if there is a connect otherwise even the best institute will be ineffective

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Abhishek 05/04/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Shefali replied | 23/06/2016

1.Begin with clearing your concept with grammar. 2. Understand the rules of framing a sentence. 3. Start understanding and using words of same spelling but they mean different like bat, live etc. Or words with different spellings but they mean the same like later or after some time. 4. Lots of books are available in market to work on it. Once concepts are clear,you either speak...  more»
1.Begin with clearing your concept with grammar. 2. Understand the rules of framing a sentence. 3. Start understanding and using words of same spelling but they mean different like bat, live etc. Or words with different spellings but they mean the same like later or after some time. 4. Lots of books are available in market to work on it. Once concepts are clear,you either speak or write easily and with confidence «less

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Sanjiv replied | 26/06/2016

Practice Spoken English
Reading a newspaper is an excellent way to practice spoken English. Most newspapers use important English vocabulary words. A newspaper will give you many common political, scientific, economic and technical words.
However, using a newspaper to study spoken English will require that you do more than merely reading it. You must read the newspaper...  more»
Practice Spoken English
Reading a newspaper is an excellent way to practice spoken English. Most newspapers use important English vocabulary words. A newspaper will give you many common political, scientific, economic and technical words.
However, using a newspaper to study spoken English will require that you do more than merely reading it. You must read the newspaper frequently and read it aloud. You must always look up words you do not know in your dictionary and attempt to use these new words and expressions when you speak.
1. Print an article from a newspaper web site. (Always select a newspaper from the country using the English you are studying.)
2. First, read the article out loud, looking for new vocabulary words.
3. Whenever you read a word you do not know, stop and look it up in your own language English dictionary.
4. Write the English words you do not know in a notebook. Then write the meaning of the word in your own language.
5. If a word you do not know is used more than twice in an article, put a check ( ) by it for special study.
6. You do not need to write names of places or people in your notebook.
7. After you finish reading the article for the first time, review the meaning of all the new vocabulary words you wrote in your notebook. Study these words enough so that you know what they mean when you read the article.
8. Now read the entire article aloud for fluency practice. Try reading the article as smoothly as possible without stopping. Read it aloud twice. Your purpose is to read it so that an English speaking person could easily understand what you are saying.
9. Read the article again for meaning. Always read aloud. If you do not understand a sentence, stop and figure out exactly what it means.
10. If some of the meanings you have written in your notebook do not make sense in the article, look the word up again in your dictionary and see if it has other meanings. Write the meaning in your notebook that makes the most sense as a second meaning for that word.
11. If you still cannot figure out the meaning of a sentence, it may be because two or three words are used together as an expression. Try to determine the meaning of expressions. Look for similar expressions in other articles. If you cannot determine the meaning of an expression, you may need to ask an English speaking person to help you.
12. Identify expressions as you read. Use a special mark to identify them in the articles.
13. Try substituting other words while using the same expression. Say or write as many sentences using the expression as possible. For example, you may read a sentence in a newspaper which says, "Former Governor Mitchell announced on Friday he will not run for another term, putting to rest months of speculation about his future intentions." "Putting to rest" is an expression which means "ending." (The sentence means that the Governor was "ending months of speculation about his future intentions.") Try writing sentences using the new expression. Most expressions can be used in different tenses with different people or things. For example, the expression "to put to rest" can be used in the present, "I want to put our disagreement to rest," in the future, "he will put his argument to rest," or in the past, "they finally put their rivalry to rest."
14. Many times, English uses forms of words as a type of expression. For example, you may read a sentence in a newspaper which says, "We're getting all kinds of calls from people who are panicking and asking what they can do." This form of expression uses two (or more) words ending in "…ing" to describe two (or more) actions that the same person is doing at one time. Substitute other words while using the same form of the expression. Try writing as many different sentences using the same form as possible. You might say, "Parents are taking their children from school and going home," "The children were finishing their lessons and leaving for lunch," or, "We were sitting on the grass, listening to the concert."
15. For more fluency practice, continue reading the article aloud until you can read it at the same speed that an English speaker talks. Practice until your pronunciation sounds like that of an English speaker.
16. Your purpose is not merely to learn the vocabulary in these articles, but to learn to speak English. Keep practicing until you can read the article aloud so that an English speaking person can clearly understand what you are saying.
17. Select other newspaper articles and continue reading aloud while you look for new vocabulary words. When you find a word in your notebook that you have already checked ( ), place a second check ( ) by it. Any word in your notebook with two checks should be memorized as an important word to know.
18. Frequently review the English words in your notebook. Try using each word in a sentence. Use these new words when you talk with an English speaker. «less

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Anshul 05/04/2016 in  Spoken English classes

HOW TO SPEAK IN ENGLISH?

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Sushma replied | 07/04/2016

Hii Anshul...HOW TO SPEAK IN ENGLISH,,,,,,One can only learn to speak by practicing & of course have to understand the words n meaning first, then one need to build sentences, its a learning process....

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Learnsocial.com replied | 13/04/2016

First start speaking. Only when you speak will you know about the mistakes you make and correct yourself. Learnsocial brings together teachers and learners of languages, where the teaching happens online, one-to-one and based on a curriculum developed for your specific needs.

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Nirmal 04/04/2016 in  Spoken English classes

I need to be perfect in english speaking but i do not know any thing. Tell me the easier way to be perfect in english in 2 months

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Suchithra replied | 11/10/2016

If you can spend 2 months to learn a language, then my suggestion is, watch plenty of English movies and try to emote and act like the actors in the scene. I bet you, you will be mastering the language within 2 months.

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Saksham 02/04/2016 in  Spoken English classes

How to improve English at home ?

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B replied | 07/04/2016

If you possess knowledge in basic concepts and grammar, story books and literature books will help you in learning language and improving vocabulary. Usage of Dictionary also will help at a great extent. Use the acquired vocabulary in your own sentences while writing and speaking.
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