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Rakes 20/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Bollori replied | 22/04/2016

It depends upon your requirement and your present standard with respect to the language.normally a basic and intermediate course duration is of 45 hours

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Sanjiv replied | 23/04/2016

It all depends on your starting level of competency & which level of proficiency you aim to reach

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Sanjeevani 20/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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S.s. replied | 04/05/2016

It is very simple BETWEEN is used for two persons, place or things, for example the TEMPLE is situated between two roads whereas among can be used within a small group of people such as the final decision was taken among corporate VIPS....hope you got it???

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Shashi replied | 04/05/2016

Yes I totally agree with Sapna ma'am between is used for two person or thing while among is used for more than two person or thing.

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Arockiadas 20/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Nashik Skill replied | 20/04/2016

So Friend, It would certainly depend on 1. your level of knowledge of the language, 2. your ability to understand the shortcomings of the learners and swiftness to provide a solution to the same and last but snot he least 3. you level of self confidence. If you have self confidence than you're ready now.
Hope this answers your questions.
Cheers!

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Sanjiv replied | 23/04/2016

All trainers start with zero experience....what is important is how they move forward...some trainers with 20 years experience may be ineffective and relatively new trainers may be effective.There is more than just knowledge involved in being an effective trainer

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Debasish 20/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

Where can I find the some best English Language Tutors in Bangalore?

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Charu Shiela replied | 05/05/2016

Dear Debashish,as i m in Delhi ,i hv no idea about banglore but online classes r free frm any boundary.

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Nishant replied | 07/06/2016

Some best English language tutors in Bangalore are -
a) SchoolPage live online tutoring, Banaswadi, Bangalore
b) Forefront academy, HBR Layout, Bangalore
c) Samta Kamboj, BTM Layout, Bangalore
d) Umamaheswari, Kammanahalli, Bangalore
e) Amita Agarwal , Yelahanka, Bangalore
f) First wave learning centre, Kumaraswami Layout, Bangalore
g) Chocolatierd...  more»
Some best English language tutors in Bangalore are -
a) SchoolPage live online tutoring, Banaswadi, Bangalore
b) Forefront academy, HBR Layout, Bangalore
c) Samta Kamboj, BTM Layout, Bangalore
d) Umamaheswari, Kammanahalli, Bangalore
e) Amita Agarwal , Yelahanka, Bangalore
f) First wave learning centre, Kumaraswami Layout, Bangalore
g) Chocolatierd academy, Bangalore
h) Sugantha R., Kundalahalli, Bangalore
i) Samita Ghosh, Bellandur, Bangalore
j) Rohit Bhushan, Electronic city, Bangalore
k) Rewiser, Koramangala 6th Block, Bangalore
l) Jaskaran singh, Koramangala 1st Block, Bangalore
m) Online English courses, Bangalore
n) Inspiro las kas, Vijayanagar, Bangalore
o) Pranav Anand, Electronic city, Bangalore
p) Sanjeev Sivadas, Kalyan Nagar, Bangalore «less

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Somshekar.b 20/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

I am an English student, pls give me more ideas how to get more marks in priliminary exam.

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Deepti replied | 23/03/2016

Start preparing early - It shall reduce load.

Understand the fact that English will come handy in the near future. You will need to use English all through your life. Not just your classes but even in your day to day affair be it personal or professional

Start speaking in English with everyone even if you make mistakes. No one is perfect. It's your chance...  more»
Start preparing early - It shall reduce load.

Understand the fact that English will come handy in the near future. You will need to use English all through your life. Not just your classes but even in your day to day affair be it personal or professional

Start speaking in English with everyone even if you make mistakes. No one is perfect. It's your chance to learn and grow. Do not shy away from talking in English. Ask the one you are talking to, to correct you if they find errors or mistakes.

Form a group: Where in all of you would think alike and help each other. Have someone guide you. Read up good books to improve vocabulary and grammar. Discuss lessons. Make a visual image of what you are grasping.

Focus mainly on grammar - Try to get hold of good grammar books like Wren and Martin. It would be helpful. Get question banks and solve papers from previous years. Also use websites for grammar questionnaires and fill them up.

Instead of focusing on it as a subject gain knowledge. Use the language like you handle your mother tongue.

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Ganeshkumar replied | 23/03/2016

Read news paper daily. Try to communicate In English. Improve your vocabulary

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Karishma 20/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

Can good English communication get us good job?

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Learnsocial.com replied | 24/03/2016

Communication is the key to everything. And as all trade, commerce and business across the globe happens in English, English communication becomes very important.

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Hima 19/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Sarala replied | 27/05/2016

On a one on one basis home tutoring, you get a much comfortable exposure in the language to shape your base. Once a free flowing base is set you'll have multiple ways to learn from. For an instance; internet. Home tutoring offers you an environment to comfortably clear your doubts. Happy speaking English!

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Ayancha replied | 27/05/2016

1. Intensive care
2. Total concentration on one student
3. Detailed explanation even for simple doubts
4. No group shy feeling
5. Single face to face interaction
6. Learning in a relaxed mood
7. No tension of presence of unfamiliar people

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Swarnalakshmi 19/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Xcella Skills replied | 16/06/2016

Can & May both are auxiliary (helping) verbs.
'May' is used for permission in a formal way,i.e when you are taking permission from your teachers,person of higher designation,higher authorities,parents etc.
E.g- May I come in?
'Can' is used for taking permission in an informal way,i.e when talking to your friends,colleagues,juniors,etc.
E.g-Can I use your pen?

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Sanjiv replied | 26/06/2016

Modal
Can They can control their own budgets.
We can t fix it.
Can I smoke here?
Can you help me?
Used for Ability / Possibility
Inability / Impossibility
Asking for permission
Request
Could Could I borrow your dictionary?
Could you say it again more slowly?
We could try to fix it ourselves.
I think we could have another...  more»
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Can They can control their own budgets.
We can’t fix it.
Can I smoke here?
Can you help me?
Used for Ability / Possibility
Inability / Impossibility
Asking for permission
Request
Could Could I borrow your dictionary?
Could you say it again more slowly?
We could try to fix it ourselves.
I think we could have another Gulf War.
He gave up his old job so he could work for us.
Used for
Asking for permission.
Request
Suggestion
Future possibility
Ability in the past
May May I have another cup of coffee?
China may become a major economic power.
Used for Asking for permission
Future possibility
Might We'd better phone tomorrow, they might be eating their dinner now.
They might give us a 10% discount. Present possibility
Future possibility
Must We must say good-bye now.
They mustn’t disrupt the work more than necessary.
Used for
Necessity / Obligation
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Radhika 19/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

Can I speak English without any hesitation, I just wanna fluency in English without any problems

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Kevin 19/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Nishant replied | 08/06/2016

Only in a small group a person can develop properly. At school, students learn how to make friends, be patient,get rid of disappointment, and especially to compete. Competition between colleagues can be very stimulating and students will only benefit from it. Online learning cannot offer human interaction.
Another disadvantage refers to the fact that online courses cannot...  more»
Only in a small group a person can develop properly. At school, students learn how to make friends, be patient,get rid of disappointment, and especially to compete. Competition between colleagues can be very stimulating and students will only benefit from it. Online learning cannot offer human interaction.
Another disadvantage refers to the fact that online courses cannot cope with thousands of students that try to join discussions. Also, online learning can be difficult, if it is meant for disciplines that involve practice.
Online learning should be seen as a complement and extension of classical forms of learning. Not even the best online course can fully replace the personal contact with a teacher, or the human relationships that develop in a group. So, traditional classes shouldn't be replaced with online learning.- Nishant Bhatt «less

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Sreya Sen replied | 29/06/2016

There are no demerits of learning English. :-)

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Sanjay 19/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

Which are the various prepositions used in English language?

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Iona replied | 06/05/2016

on, in, at, for ,about,to, for, with,since, ago, before, till , until,by and past

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Raghu replied | 12/05/2016

Following is a list of prepositions commonly used:

above, about, across, against, along, among, around, at, before, behind, below, beneath, beside, between, beyond, by, down, during, except, for, from, in, inside, into, like, near, of, off, on, since, to, toward, through, under, until, up, upon, with and within.

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Nalini 18/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Aarthi replied | 01/04/2016

A lot of online and offline tutors are available based on your need. Please contact any of the tutors for one to one classes online or offline.

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Ks replied | 01/04/2016

Yes. There are many websites which give online English coaching classes for Spoken English. But most people can not use them successfully because they need guidance; like you have textbooks in the class but still you need teachers to explain the lessons.

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Joseph 18/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Meenu replied | 21/04/2016

More Practice, vocabulary, Read English News Paper & English Novel & stories Book

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Meenakshi replied | 24/04/2016

Know the basic rules of Grammar.Try to apply them in the exercises you do.Wren and Martin is the Bible for practicing English Grammar.Don't look at Grammar as a tough learning topic. Just keep trying and as time goes on, your practice will lend good results.

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Girish 18/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes, Handwriting classes

How to improve English language and handwriting?

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Harvir 17/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

Which is the longest word in English language?'

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Genlish replied | 17/03/2016

The longest word is 'pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis'- a word that refers to a lung disease contracted from the inhalation of very fine silica particles, specifically from a volcano; medically, it is the same as silicosis

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Aptech Castle Street replied | 17/03/2016

I think its Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis

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Garima 17/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

What are the benefits of having home tuitions for English language?

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Speaker City replied | 17/03/2016

We've noticed that home tutions benefit in some cases: you do not have the time or qualification for the level your child is in, he is weaker than most other kids and responds to individual attention, he requires the discipline to sit down and study, or he needs focussed attention in a particular area of the language. However, for an average student it is advisable to invest in...  more»
We've noticed that home tutions benefit in some cases: you do not have the time or qualification for the level your child is in, he is weaker than most other kids and responds to individual attention, he requires the discipline to sit down and study, or he needs focussed attention in a particular area of the language. However, for an average student it is advisable to invest in good reading and writing habits. Also, watching good English movies or cartoons helps with pronounciations and speaking skills. Nowadays, speech and drama classes are also becoming popular for hands on practise, and personality grooming. «less

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Michael replied | 17/03/2016

Home tuition's don't necessarily have a significant advantage over other methods such as online tutoring such as via Skype. A personal face-to-face approach though is the best method.

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Devbrat 17/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

How can I find the best home tutor for English?

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Mitasha replied | 31/03/2016

Hi Devbrat. Are you preparing for some exams or do u just want spoken english classes. I live in paota c rd. Imertia bera, and can help you. If interested contact me.

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Debarati replied | 01/04/2016

You have a wide choice of tutors available through this portal.You may choose a tutor as per your requirement and suitability.

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Hemanth 17/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

how to prepare tough vocabulary in english language?

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Vijay Krishna replied | 16/04/2016

You never try to prepare for,rather you try to learn the vocabulary.Please note down the meaning,synonyms,usage of a new word you come across.That would surely master you in English.

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Vikash replied | 19/04/2016

The best way is to watch English movies with subtitle and read English newspapers

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Venkatesh 17/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

I am week in spoken English language. so i decided to go English classes. Which is better spoken English or Grammar class?

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Hansapriya replied | 17/07/2016

Hello Venkatesh.. your question can be answered better after having a discussion with you. Else you can judge yourself better. So if you feel you are weak in English grammar then its better to take Basic English grammar classes first and then go for Spoken English.

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Bee replied | 06/08/2016

Spoken English, dear Venkatesh, your question is like, " I want to get a maths certificate, do I learn arithmatic or algebra?" So speaking English or any language means knowing grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation & voice associated with the language to be able to construct meaningful, grammatically correct sentences in the mind and then delivering in correctly pronounced form through...  more»
Spoken English, dear Venkatesh, your question is like, " I want to get a maths certificate, do I learn arithmatic or algebra?" So speaking English or any language means knowing grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation & voice associated with the language to be able to construct meaningful, grammatically correct sentences in the mind and then delivering in correctly pronounced form through suitable voice. «less

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Irfan 17/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

what is the charges for English classes?

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Santosini 16/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Tarun replied | 30/03/2016

Speak english frequently and also undertake writing practice. Along with these also work on your vocabulary. This shall help you learn and beautify your communication skills in English quickly

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Ks replied | 01/04/2016

There is no shortcut for hard-work. Don't say quickly.; and you say also 'mastering'. Here slow and steady wins the race. But your passion will help you. If you develop a passion for English Language (Think English, Sleep English, Eat English). Passion is all the 24 hrs thinking about it. You gather vocabulary, master their meanings, start using them in sentences, keep a guide...  more»
There is no shortcut for hard-work. Don't say quickly.; and you say also 'mastering'. Here slow and steady wins the race. But your passion will help you. If you develop a passion for English Language (Think English, Sleep English, Eat English). Passion is all the 24 hrs thinking about it. You gather vocabulary, master their meanings, start using them in sentences, keep a guide with you ( a friend, a teacher or somebody to correct whenever you speak wrong). This will work. «less

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Taj 16/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Tarun replied | 30/03/2016

learn n write 5 words n keep those words in front of your eyes for the maximum no. of hours possible for atleast 2 days. keep using these words in your speaking and writing activities. on the 3rd day repeat this same exercise. This will help you get a good stock of words over time.

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Bollori replied | 22/04/2016

English vocabularies are based on situations, moods emotions etc.In order to master this one needs to love the language and cultivate a habit of reading

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Pradeep 16/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Tarun replied | 30/03/2016

I wont call it difficult, However sometimes the sounds are different than the actual alphabets that we use to write words in English language. This is unlike in Hindi. Furtherer though the language has certain rules which makes your learn it quickly yet there are various exemptions to these rule and keeping note of all of these exemptions is identified to be one of the crucial parts...  more»
I wont call it difficult, However sometimes the sounds are different than the actual alphabets that we use to write words in English language. This is unlike in Hindi. Furtherer though the language has certain rules which makes your learn it quickly yet there are various exemptions to these rule and keeping note of all of these exemptions is identified to be one of the crucial parts in learning the language. Good luck with that. «less

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Ks replied | 01/04/2016

This is the secret of Spoken English. The most difficult part to learn to speak in English is conquer the fear of speaking. All that an Institute for Spoken English has to do is to drive the fear away in the student. Then he/she will start speaking. Then learning is easy.

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D Goutham 16/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

What are the typical mistakes made by an English language learner?

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Abhishek replied | 18/03/2016

An English learner normally errs in tenses. Further more sometimes, often forget to use preposition. And major mistakes happen due to poor vocabulary.

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Nishant replied | 09/06/2016

Typical mistakes made by an English language learner are -
a) Mistake in use of articles 'a', 'an' and 'the'
b) Mistake in use of nouns that act 'singular' but refer to more than one thing. A family or group is made up of more than one person, but functions like a single unit in sentences.
c) Mistake in use of adverbs / adjectives. 'Well' is an adverb. 'Good' is an...  more»
Typical mistakes made by an English language learner are -
a) Mistake in use of articles 'a', 'an' and 'the'
b) Mistake in use of nouns that act 'singular' but refer to more than one thing. A family or group is made up of more than one person, but functions like a single unit in sentences.
c) Mistake in use of adverbs / adjectives. 'Well' is an adverb. 'Good' is an adjective. e.g. You ran well but your run was good
d) Use of prepositions- Every language uses them a bit differently. In English 'in' is used both for closed spaces and periods of time. 'At' is used for a specific time or place and 'on' is used to describe the surface.
e) SVO word order- The subject-verb-object word order. The subject is always necessary
f) Pronouns- Mixing up of 'he' and 'she'
g) 3rd person 's'- When using 3rd person singular (he, she ,it) always add an '-s' to the end of verb. This is often omitted.
h) Don't- The use of 'don't' in negative sentences. In English you must add 'do' and 'not' to convey a negative meaning.
i) Apostrophes- These are used in contractions or to show possession. But, they are not used with possessive pronouns like his, her or their
j) Capitalization- In English, we capitalize 1) 'I' as a subject 2) First letter of sentence 3) proper names, national nouns, adjectives 4) Days of the week, months. This is often omitted by learners.
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Abhishek 15/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

When to use in and on?

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Urvy replied | 03/05/2016

on indicates proximity and position above or outside
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in mainly denotes “rest at”
Example: IN- We are going to attend Marriage in March.
ON- We are sitting on bed.

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Nishant replied | 09/06/2016

The use of prepositions in English is frequently idiomatic. The use of preposition 'in' and 'on' is not an exception
'In' mainly denotes 'rest at'
Place- He lives 'in' the country
Manner- The child ran down the steps 'in' tears
Reference- They are happy 'in' their marriage
'On' indicates proximity and position above or outside
Place- He sat 'on' the...  more»
The use of prepositions in English is frequently idiomatic. The use of preposition 'in' and 'on' is not an exception
'In' mainly denotes 'rest at'
Place- He lives 'in' the country
Manner- The child ran down the steps 'in' tears
Reference- They are happy 'in' their marriage
'On' indicates proximity and position above or outside
Place- He sat 'on' the fence
Reference- He asked my opinion 'on' the matter
Time- He was not thinking well 'on' that occasion
Condition- We will hire him 'on' your recommendation
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