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Pankaj 15/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Paromartho replied | 18/03/2016

mostly western countries

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Tarun replied | 30/03/2016

English is spoken all around the world as it is a vehicle language. Major countries being: UK, USA, and other western nations.

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Thamaraikannan 15/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Nishant replied | 09/06/2016

One should practice listening to English comprehension for school studies and English exams in order-
a) Listen carefully to the conversation in a restaurant and do exercises to practice and improve listening skills
b) Listen to the officer addressing the staff
c) While studying the map do the preparation exercises before you listen. Then look at the map and listen...  more»
One should practice listening to English comprehension for school studies and English exams in order-
a) Listen carefully to the conversation in a restaurant and do exercises to practice and improve listening skills
b) Listen to the officer addressing the staff
c) While studying the map do the preparation exercises before you listen. Then look at the map and listen to directions.
d) Listen to the audience about what film they want to see in cinema hall
e) Listen to conversation between customer and shop assistant while shopping
f) Listen to conversation about how to study better
g) Listen to radio interviews at night
h) Listen to conversation in library
i) Listen to conversation in English bands
j) Listen to conversation in describing people
k) Listen to conversation while getting I-card
l) Listen to teacher giving advise for exams
m) Listen to speakers in celebrations
n) Listen to people discussing different problems
o) Listen to speakers describing their favorite things
p) Listen to speakers talking about important people in their lives
q) Listen to school assembly
r) Listen to radio about new inventions
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Bhargavi replied | 17/06/2016

Try reading novels in English.Listen to English News on Television channels like CNN,Times Now etc.Underline new words in english news papers and find out the meanings of them from dictionary.Frame your own sentences using those words..These will certainly improve your comprehension skills.

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Krishna 15/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

I need to speak fluent English ....what I need to do?? suggest something good

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Sanjana Amar Hibare replied | 31/03/2016

By using english dictionary and talking with everbody er speak fluent english.

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A replied | 31/03/2016

I suggest you make the following habits.... Read English papers every day loudly... a paragraph will do... listen to English News and watch English movies... You have to create an environment in which you will be able to think in English.... Improve vocabulary by jotting down news words and find their meanings....

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Shishir 14/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Nashik Skill replied | 20/04/2016

So Shishir, As you would know out of the 26 letters in the English language, five, namely a,e,i, o, and u are called vowels. These five letters are the back bone of all English word pronunciations. It would be close to impossible to pronounce any word without the presence of vowels in them. Just a handful of actual words in the English language can be formed without vowels and...  more»
So Shishir, As you would know out of the 26 letters in the English language, five, namely a,e,i, o, and u are called vowels. These five letters are the back bone of all English word pronunciations. It would be close to impossible to pronounce any word without the presence of vowels in them. Just a handful of actual words in the English language can be formed without vowels and a majority of them would have a 'y' instead of one of the vowels.
There is a lot more to vowels but for now I do hope this helps!
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Sanjiv replied | 23/04/2016

Vowels are sounds of the English Language which are made by the unblocked passage of air

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Umamahesh 14/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Deepak Kumar replied | 15/03/2016

In all there are 12 Tenses in English Grammar. They are : 1) Simple Present Tense, 2) Present Continuous Tense, 3) Present Perfect Tense, 4) Simple Past Tense, 5) Past Continuous Tense, 6) Past Perfect Tense, 7) Simple Future Tense, 8) Future Continuous Tense, 9) Perfect Future Tense, 10) Present Perfect Cont. Tense 11) Past Perfect Cont. Tense and 12) Future Perfect Cont. Tense

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Abhishek replied | 15/03/2016

There are basically 4 tenses Simple Tense, Continuous Tense, Perfect Tense and Perfect Continuous Tense, all 4 are further divided into Present, Past and Future tense. Hence you have 12 tenses in all they are as follows: -
Simple Present Tense
Simple Past Tense
Simple Future Tense
Continuous Present Tense
Continuous Past Tense
Continuous Future Tense
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There are basically 4 tenses Simple Tense, Continuous Tense, Perfect Tense and Perfect Continuous Tense, all 4 are further divided into Present, Past and Future tense. Hence you have 12 tenses in all they are as follows: -
Simple Present Tense
Simple Past Tense
Simple Future Tense
Continuous Present Tense
Continuous Past Tense
Continuous Future Tense
Perfect Present Tense
Perfect Past Tense
Perfect Future Tense
Perfect Continuous Present Tense
Perfect Continuous Past Tense
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Dhanya 14/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Somnath replied | 15/03/2016

Past tense is something which has already happened in the past , while present tense is something which is currently happening . A simple example. . I had my dinner is past tense and I am eating my dinner is present tense .

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Abhishek replied | 15/03/2016

The basic difference is that Past tense means history, even a second that has passed is history, and present is what you are doing at this exact moment.
Examples of Past tense: saw, went, sang;
Present: see, go, sing

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Aditya 14/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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BilvaaGuru Learning replied | 10/06/2016

Benefits of learning online is that your travel time is saved. Also, timing could be adjusted and made flexible , provided the instructor is also open to this. In a direct class, especially group ones, the timings are fairly fixed, like every mon, wed and fri 5 to 7 PM 9or something like that).

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Nishant replied | 12/06/2016

One of the greatest skills you can develop for yourself in the business world today is the ability to speak English. There are so many countries that use English in communicating to do business with other foreign countries. It is seen as a common language throughout the business world because it is easier to learn and it is known as our International language. It will help you strengthen...  more»
One of the greatest skills you can develop for yourself in the business world today is the ability to speak English. There are so many countries that use English in communicating to do business with other foreign countries. It is seen as a common language throughout the business world because it is easier to learn and it is known as our International language. It will help you strengthen your career so chances are, you will be on your way to success that is why it is absolutely vital to learn English online. This is the fastest and most efficient way to study the language
When you study English online, you are giving yourself a better chance of learning quickly and easily. You interact with your trainer and converse in actual English. What sets this type of training apart from others is that you use a webcam, as you can actually see how the instructor opens his mouth and pronounces each word. As everyone knows there are words in English that could be difficult for a person studying, so it can really help the student to see how they are said.
Another great reason to study English online with a live instructor is because they are able to use cool websites that are really useful and most of it are interactive. They also are beneficial in helping you learn how to pronounce the words, and more over, in improving your grammar. It really is like having your own personal tutor in your home or office. The only difference is that it is a lot cheaper and the instructor typically is not in the same country where you are at.
Furthermore, studying English online with an actual instructor will keep you motivated through difficult periods in your lessons. Many people who try to learn other languages simply give up when they struggle because no one is there to push and help them through it. By having a trainer, they will be able to focus on the parts which they are struggling at so rest-assured that the students will definitely be driven to learn every step of the way
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Praveen 14/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

What materials are needed for online English classes?

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Sunil replied | 28/04/2016

good internet connection and skype.

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Nishant replied | 12/06/2016

In online English teaching, tutors are committed to providing content designed to enhance the skills of young adults, increasing their chance of employment and a successful career.
Around the world, employers are looking for people with better emotional skills, such as self-management, the ability to work under stressful conditions, interpersonal skills, as well as proficiency...  more»
In online English teaching, tutors are committed to providing content designed to enhance the skills of young adults, increasing their chance of employment and a successful career.
Around the world, employers are looking for people with better emotional skills, such as self-management, the ability to work under stressful conditions, interpersonal skills, as well as proficiency in communication, presenting ideas, and negotiation. As soft skills and spoken English skills become as important as subject matter expertise, there is a need to build the competencies of students and young professionals in what we define as Essential Workplace Skills.
Basic working knowledge of productivity tools and computers, along with knowledge of health and safety regulations, will give aspiring youth an edge in securing the right job.
Course material online provides online access to course materials identified by unit coordinators and lecturers
Items listed may include online articles, ebooks, digitised extracts from printed books and journals, and details of items held in High demand collections in the subject libraries.
CMO is now being delivered through OneSearch. CMO is intended to include essential readings and texts only, recommended readings may need to be located using a keyword query in OneSearch.
One should consult CMO guide.
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Jessy 13/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Nishant replied | 12/06/2016

yyyy

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Nishant replied | 12/06/2016

English is the primary language in Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Australia ( Australian English), the Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Belize ( Belizean Kriol), the British Indian Ocean Territory, the British Virgin Islands, Canada ( Canadian English), the Cayman islands, the Falkland Islands, Gibraltar, Crenada, Guam, Guemsey ( Channel Island English), Guyana, Ireland ( Hiberno - English),...  more»
English is the primary language in Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Australia ( Australian English), the Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Belize ( Belizean Kriol), the British Indian Ocean Territory, the British Virgin Islands, Canada ( Canadian English), the Cayman islands, the Falkland Islands, Gibraltar, Crenada, Guam, Guemsey ( Channel Island English), Guyana, Ireland ( Hiberno - English), Isle of Man (Manx English), Jamaica ( Jamaican English), Jersey, Montserrat, Nauru, New Zealand ( New Zealand English), Pitcaim Islands, Saint Helena, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Singapore, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, Trinidad and Tobago, the Turks and Caicos Islands, the United Kingdom, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and the United States - Nishant Bhatt «less

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Keshab 13/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Moumita replied | 20/03/2016

Every language has one alphabet which consists of some letters. English language has one alphabet containing of 26 letters.

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Moumita replied | 20/03/2016

Every language has one alphabet which consists of some letters. English language has one alphabet containing 26 letters.

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Nitin 13/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Nashik Skill replied | 20/04/2016

So Nitin, According to an article published in one of the countries leading Hindi language daily "Navbahrat Times", the author, who wrote about how Dr. Ambedkar learnt English and become one of the most learned persons of his times and a role model to millions of underprivileged people; said and I quote,"The result of a study conducted by a reputed organization shows that people...  more»
So Nitin, According to an article published in one of the countries leading Hindi language daily "Navbahrat Times", the author, who wrote about how Dr. Ambedkar learnt English and become one of the most learned persons of his times and a role model to millions of underprivileged people; said and I quote,"The result of a study conducted by a reputed organization shows that people who do not know how to communicate in English will be similar to the visually handicapped and mute by the year 2050".
I suppose this statement would suffice to answer your question?
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Sanjiv replied | 23/04/2016

Because in today's world it is the language of opportunity as it is the most widely used language to conduct business

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Asif 13/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Hilda replied | 09/04/2016

English is a West Germanic language that originated from Anglo-Frisian dialects brought to Britain in the fifth to seventh centuries by Germanic invaders and settlers from what is now northwest Germany and the Netherlands.

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Pushkar replied | 12/04/2016

England

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Sanjana Amar Hibare replied | 20/03/2016

Past tence our back which we can did and present tence means today what we do.for eg -past tence -she wrote a letter and present tence .-she is writting aletter

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Sanjana Amar Hibare replied | 20/03/2016

Past tence means which we have doneand present teNSE whuch we are doing now

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Vishwa Nath 12/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Sudipto replied | 17/04/2016

You can teach distant students from different parts of the world at the same time.

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Maqubool replied | 17/04/2016

You can easily record your screen while the class by using third party application to revise the entire session. That's how you'd be able to re-watch the class or any particular topic.

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Hariprasad 12/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Jyo replied | 13/03/2016

a e i o u

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Violet replied | 20/03/2016

English Vowels are - a e i o u, h or silent h is considered a vowel as silent h is not pronounced.
For eg: "an honest man", "an hour", "an heir to the property". Here you use 'an' not 'a' because the next word begins with a vowel sound.

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Neha 12/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

Can you name the different tenses in English language?

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Darsana replied | 13/03/2016

Tenses are of three types. Present,past & future.Each has four divisions namely Simple,Continuous,Perfect & Perfect continuous.

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Jyo replied | 13/03/2016

Sure , Tense is the word derived from Latin Tempus that is time .so time can be described in 4 types of tenses.Simple.Simple continuous.Perfect and Perfect continuous. which can be taken in Present/past future of all 4types.

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Pranav 12/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

When to use in and on?

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Smriti replied | 10/04/2016

ON :: indicates proximity and position above or outside( eg:He sat on the bench) (on your recommendation) whereas IN :: denotes "rest at" (eg:lives in the country,,in my opinion,,in an hour.)

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Sanjiv replied | 15/04/2016

In is for volume and on for surfaces

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Ankit 11/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Anita replied | 14/03/2016

computer, a good speed wifi, and skype.

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Violet replied | 20/03/2016

Also 1 notebook, a pen to write down your notes.

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Poonam 12/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

What your course is about?i want learn english and improve my communication skills can you help me with this?

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Tanvi 10/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Chetan replied | 30/12/2016

There is only 1 alphabet in English language, which comprises all A to Z (26) letters.

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Ram Mohan replied | 03 Jan

Hi,
An alphabet is defined as all the letters in a language (from A-Z). The question must be re- framed as " How many letters are there in English language". So, there is only one alphabet in any language English is not an exception. But English language is unique because it has the second alphabet, International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) comprising of 44 phonetic symbols that...  more»
Hi,
An alphabet is defined as all the letters in a language (from A-Z). The question must be re- framed as " How many letters are there in English language". So, there is only one alphabet in any language English is not an exception. But English language is unique because it has the second alphabet, International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) comprising of 44 phonetic symbols that help us to understand the correct pronunciation of a word. In Indian languages and most of the other languages of the world, the regular alphabet itself comprises letters tuning to the sounds of the language concerned. «less

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Inch By 10/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Fghhjj replied | 11/03/2016

English is originally a Germanic language brought to Britain in the fifth century by Germanic invaders known as the Anglo-Saxons.

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Iona replied | 11/03/2016

English is a West Germanic language that originated from Anglo-Frisian dialects brought to Britain in the fifth to seventh centuries by Germanic invaders and settlers from what is now northwest Germany and the Netherlands.

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Santosh 10/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Deepak Kumar replied | 12/03/2016

English is an International Language, therefore it is very much necessary that one should learn English. If you are able to speak in English, then you have a wide scope of success. If you know English, it will be easier for you to study & learn and improve your future career. Moreover, if you are a student and if you know English then there is a possibility for you to go abroad...  more»
English is an International Language, therefore it is very much necessary that one should learn English. If you are able to speak in English, then you have a wide scope of success. If you know English, it will be easier for you to study & learn and improve your future career. Moreover, if you are a student and if you know English then there is a possibility for you to go abroad for higher education and build your future. English is widely used Globally throughout the world, therefore it is very much important that one should learn English if he / she want to progress in his/her life and make a bright future. «less

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Learnsocial.com replied | 12/03/2016

English is the language of business across the globe. In a multi-lingual country like India, It is a link language. If one wants to be part of the global village that the world is, it would help if you are fluent in English. It is to our advantage to learn the language.

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Anil 10/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

How to improve my english communication skill?

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Lucky replied | 04/12/2016

By translation.

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Vinod 09/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

How about IELTS oriented English coaching in South Bangalore?

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Bhavesh replied | 19/03/2016

why you wanna write ILTS when much better and comparatively cheaper TOEIC is there.
For TOEIC contact NAVIS

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Lovedeep 08/03/2016 in  Spoken English classes

I want to Speak English without break. How can I do that?

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Chetna replied | 23 Feb

Practice makes a man perfect. Practice speaking in front of mirror. Record your voice. Listen and improve.

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