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Preethi 01/02/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Harjeet replied | 23/02/2016

Join my classes one to one session ....I have many success stories ...you know counselling helps a lot.

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Jessy replied | 23/02/2016

Know proper English by learning Grammar, try writing it down, watch the titles of English movies, listen to TV debates and finally be in the company of English speaking people.

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Usha replied | 27/05/2016

Both are permission but I wonder if we use 'shall I come in'. Shall I ask him? is right but not shall I come in?.meaning I can do it,so shall I.
Also may is correct as it is in the present time and shall usually indicates a future time line.

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Nishant replied | 09/06/2016

'May' is preferred in a formal style or when you want to be more polite.
In British English, 'shall' is used with first person pronouns to form the simple future tense. 'Shall' is quite uncommon in American English. In British English, too, it is becoming much less common- Nishant Bhatt

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Maan 01/02/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Akila replied | 01/03/2016

It is very important to make a conscious effort to speak and think in English. Observe the people around you that speak English. Listen carefully to the vocabulary used. Next, try to use them yourself in a similar situation. It is very important to get over the shyness and speak confidently. Only once you start talking will you learn from your mistakes as well as real life situations.

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Manjula replied | 02/03/2016

The first step you have taken on this is you realised to improve on your English Communication. Next watch English news channels, read news papers & improve vocabulary reading essays & articles. Find a good mentor near you. Make a group or friends who will help you improve your skills, basically who are above average at English.

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Chittibabu 31/01/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Zenfotec Online Training Solutions replied | 11/02/2016

I'm not well

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Aun replied | 11/02/2016

I'm not well.

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Hyder 28/01/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Sanjiv replied | 11/02/2016

Your WHOLE Life is your personal life of which there are sub sets because any part of what you do is not personalto you, you will have no conviction to have it in your life

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Tamilselvi replied | 12/02/2016

It is the course of an individual life, Especially when viewed as the sum of personal choices contributing to ones personal identity.

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Sonali replied | 06/03/2016

Looking forward to hearing from you - is correct.
Reason : 1. "Looking forward to " is a prepositional phrasal verb.
Verb : look, Adverb : forward & Preposition : to
2. Since the construction " looking forward" is inseparable withe "to" preposition, as a rule
the preposition always be followed with an object.
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Looking forward to hearing from you - is correct.
Reason : 1. "Looking forward to " is a prepositional phrasal verb.
Verb : look, Adverb : forward & Preposition : to
2. Since the construction " looking forward" is inseparable withe "to" preposition, as a rule
the preposition always be followed with an object.
3. The object of the preposition can be " a noun", " a pronoun" or " a gerund"( verb+'ing')
4. Here we are talking about "functional verb" i.e. hear
5. So as long as " Looking forward to" followed by a verb , it should always come with 'ing'
Eg : Looking forward to hearing from you
6. If the verb 'hear' is replaced with the noun "reply" then the formation of phrase would
be:
I am looking forward to the party
( "looking forward to" followed by : article + noun)
If party as a verb then : I am looking forward to partying.

Hope this suffice your query.
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Liz replied | 28 Apr

Looking forward to hearing from you is the correct way.

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Haider 25/01/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Swaraj replied | 28/01/2016

Hi Haider! Many online grammar checker softwares emphasised to write in active voice rather than passive voice. Introductory sentences you can write as passive voice. As, schools are closed by district authorities due to heavy rain. I ate mango is preferred instead of mango was eaten by me. I read English text book instead of English text book was read by me , etc.

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Ameer replied | 28/01/2016

Both Active Voice and Passive Voice have their own places in English language.
The Active Voice is used :
When the Agent (Doer) of the action is more important than the Object of the action, and he/it needs to be highlighted.
Eg. I wrote my English exam yesterday. - Active Voice
( In this case, we normally don't use the Passive Voice form "The English exam...  more»
Both Active Voice and Passive Voice have their own places in English language.
The Active Voice is used :
When the Agent (Doer) of the action is more important than the Object of the action, and he/it needs to be highlighted.
Eg. I wrote my English exam yesterday. - Active Voice
( In this case, we normally don't use the Passive Voice form "The English exam was written by me yesterday")

The Passive Voice is used :
When the object of an action is more important than the subject of the action and hence their positions are interchanged.
Eg. People appreciate Moral Truths very much.( This Active Voice form is rarely used.)
Instead we say : Moral Truths are very much appreciated (by people.) - This is Passive Voice.

A student of English needs to know the sentence structure of both the Active Voice and the Passive Voice, and the Transformation Rules to change the one form into the other. «less

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Anil replied | 28/01/2016

Make the Object as Subject and use past participle of the verb. e.g. Rama(Subject) eats (Verb) a Mango(Object). Passive would be : A mango is Eaten by Rama.

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Veena replied | 28/01/2016

Making use of passive voice enriches our language. it will help in writing skills especially. when we have a good command on active voice then we can easily make use of passive voice both in writing and speaking.
Examples:-
1. I went to hospital.(active voice)
I was taken to hospital. (passive voice)
2. I got an award.
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Making use of passive voice enriches our language. it will help in writing skills especially. when we have a good command on active voice then we can easily make use of passive voice both in writing and speaking.
Examples:-
1. I went to hospital.(active voice)
I was taken to hospital. (passive voice)
2. I got an award.
An award was given to me. ( by somnolence)
note: As passive voice is called "voice of verbs" we use passive voice regarding the tense of verb in active voice with the help of 'auxiliary verbs'.
Example :- went=v2=was /were
go=v1=am/is/are
note2:- whatever the verb in active voice will always be v3 form in passive voice.
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Anitha replied | 28/01/2016

practise

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Sanjiv replied | 29/01/2016

Present Simple Tense (passive Voice)
Auxiliary verb in passive voice: am/is/are
Active voice:
He sings a song.
He does not sing a song.Does he sing a
song?
Passive voice:
A song is sung by him.
A song is not sung by him.
Is a song sung by him?
Present Continuous Tense (passive Voice)
Auxiliary verb in passive voice: am being/is...  more»
Present Simple Tense (passive Voice)
Auxiliary verb in passive voice: am/is/are
Active voice:
He sings a song.
He does not sing a song.Does he sing a
song?
Passive voice:
A song is sung by him.
A song is not sung by him.
Is a song sung by him?
Present Continuous Tense (passive Voice)
Auxiliary verb in passive voice: am being/is being/are being
Active voice:
I am writing a letter
I am not writing a letter.
Am I writing a letter?
Passive voice:
A letter is being written by me.
A letter is not being written by me.
Is a letter being written by me?
Present Perfect Tense (passive Voice)
Auxiliary verb in passive voice: has been/have been
Active voice:
She has finished his work
She has not finished her work.
Has she finished her work?
Passive voice:
Her work has been finished by her.
Her work has not been finished by her.
Has her work been finished by her?
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Auxiliary verb in passive voice: was/were
Active voice:
I killed a snake
I did not kill a snake.
Passive voice:
A snake was killed by me.
A snake was not killed by me.
Did I kill a snake? Was a snake killed by me?
Past Continuous Tense (Passive Voice)
Auxiliary verb in passive voice: was being/were being
Active voice:
He was driving a car.
He was not driving a car.
Was he driving a car?
Passive voice:
A car was being driven by him.
A car was not being driven by him.
Was a car being driven by him?
Past Perfect Tense (Passive Voice)
Auxiliary verb in passive voice: had been
Active voice:
They had completed the assignment.
They had not completed the
assignment.
Had they completed the assignment?
Passive voice:
The assignment had been completed by them.
The assignment had not been complete by
them.
Had the assignment been completed by them?
Future Simple Tense (Passive Voice)
Auxiliary verb in passive voice: will be
Active voice:
She will buy a car.
She will not buy a car.
Will she buy a car?
Passive voice:
A car will be bought by her.
A car will not be bought by her.
Will a car be bought by her?
Future Perfect Tense (passive Voice)
Auxiliary verb in passive voice: will have been
Active voice:
You will have started the job.
You will have not started the job.
Will you have started the job?
Passive voice:
The job will have been started by you.
The job will not have been started by you.
Will the job have been started by you?
Note: The following tenses cannot be changed into passive voice.
1. Present perfect continuous tense
2. Past perfect continuous tense
3. Future continuous tense
4. Future perfect continuous tense
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Tarun replied | 03/02/2016

HI, it would be a good practice for you to include passive voice in your spoken english. In fact, people are advised to write also in passive form as it makes the narration easier and also crucial grammatical rules that otherwise apply in active voice can be easily dealt with in passive voice. Good Luck.!!!

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Prashant 24/01/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Dhilip replied | 01/02/2016

whether the requirement is for online training or class room training..

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Tamilselvi replied | 12/02/2016

If we are learning English with interest both classes are same effective. Without interest we can learn nothing.

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Anna 24/01/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Andrea replied | 12/02/2016

Read. Watch English programs/shows/movies/news. Speak in English without using any other language to stress a point. If in doubt, ask for help. Having said that, you cannot learn or master a language in a month. It takes time.... Keep at it and you will achieve your goal. All the best!

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Harithapriya replied | 15/02/2016

i can help you out.
but it takes 6 months.

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Gangireddy 22/01/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Sanjiv replied | 29/01/2016

Spoken English is one aspect of General English which includes speaking, reading, listening and writing

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Sireesh replied | 03 Mar

There is a major difference between them, I think spoken English is what we speak daily in our life and the general English require grammar and all things.

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Avinash 22/01/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Deepak Kumar replied | 31/01/2016

For attaining fluency in any language, you have to first listen to the conversation between two person, their style of speaking, pronunciation, etc. Then try to speak in the same way with slow speed, moderate tone, without pause. You must increase your Vocabulary, reading of news-paper, listening to TV New channel (Indian and not BBC). Practice is very much required in any language....  more»
For attaining fluency in any language, you have to first listen to the conversation between two person, their style of speaking, pronunciation, etc. Then try to speak in the same way with slow speed, moderate tone, without pause. You must increase your Vocabulary, reading of news-paper, listening to TV New channel (Indian and not BBC). Practice is very much required in any language. If you practice this on daily basis, I'm sure you will attain fluency. «less

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Mohammed replied | 05/02/2016

One should learn basics of grammar and practice all the necessary skills of language that is reading, writing,listening,talking and should have vocabulary.

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Deepak Kumar replied | 07/02/2016

Hi Gourav, I think I have responded to your query in the recent past. Actually, i don't have any idea about Indore, but if you are really interested to learn through ONLINE, there are many tutors available thro' URBANPRO. I think you should try with them. You can even contact me for a Free Demo session and then decide where to learn. Good Luck.

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Sadhu replied | 08/02/2016

You may find better quality training online.

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Mritunjay 20/01/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Baba replied | 11/02/2016

Everyone knows English and don't know how to speak. The Spoken English means Using English as we talk in our mother tongue or like that.

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Tarun replied | 30/03/2016

Spoken english means, using english as a medium to exchange your views and ideas with others in the social circle.

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Pinky 20/01/2016 in  Spoken English classes

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Dnyaneshwar replied | 22/01/2016

Read lots of English newspaper and always think in english

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Premankur replied | 23/01/2016

I like your attitude Pinki. You have not mentioned how old are you and in what class you are reading. If you are in school you give emphasis to English language. Start going through the dictionary. Always learn spelling because in English some difficult spellings are there. Always read English grammar and try to write sentences with simple words. Then see your english will improve.

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Easter replied | 23/01/2016

'Could' is used in past tense form and since your sentence is in present tense form so
The correct sentence should be
I can buy only two tickets.

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Learnsocial.com replied | 27/01/2016

Hi Ganeshan,

There is nothing wrong with the sentence.

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Gururaj replied | 19/01/2016

The rules of the game are same. I mean the grammar governing the language is the same. But you need to get familiarized with the accent. Certain spellings are different: For instance: Color, favor etc. Watch American movies and serials to get acquainted with the accent.

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Vikar replied | 19/01/2016

send me your contact details i will help you in teaching US English

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Charu N replied | 15/01/2016

Pradeep i am based at Chandigarh. you can contact me.

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Nishant replied | 09/06/2016

There are various academies of English speaking in Chandigarh-
a) Scholars Hub (near Himachal Bhavan) chandigarh
b) Ikin institute
c) ABTECH computers, Mauli Road, Sohana
d) Dolphin Headhunters
e) Eden group, chandigarh
f) Global academy of professional courses
g)Lets talk chandigarh
h) Path makers
i) Sai Education
j) My higher study
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There are various academies of English speaking in Chandigarh-
a) Scholars Hub (near Himachal Bhavan) chandigarh
b) Ikin institute
c) ABTECH computers, Mauli Road, Sohana
d) Dolphin Headhunters
e) Eden group, chandigarh
f) Global academy of professional courses
g)Lets talk chandigarh
h) Path makers
i) Sai Education
j) My higher study
k) Dolphin headhunters
l) Satyam Institute
m) Learners point
n) Smart talk
o) Brightster academy
p) Irenic International education
q) Cybrid technologies
r) Garg overseas
s) Rise Global academy chandigarh
t) The British education academy
u) Aptitude institute
v)Sigma institute
w) KGN group of institutions
x) Lovely professional university
y) IET Bhoddal corporate office
z) Vidyamandir institute
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Padmini replied | 07/01/2016

If you want to be professional you should have a good command over your language.For this you should try to speak in English whenever you get a chance .Remember,Practice makes a man perfect.

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Charu N replied | 15/01/2016

Communication skills are fundamental in all aspects of life. More so in business as it is formal communication. It will bve good idea to accept the suggestion of your boss and improve English skills both written and verbal. Best of luck.

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Usha replied | 05/01/2016

Lots of responses :-)) so I will not add to it. The subject matter unfortunately is conveyed through grammar and vocabulary and the sentence construction.If they go wrong, then most likely the meaning is also lost.

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Gayatri replied | 23/01/2016

wrong.

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Charu N replied | 15/01/2016

Yes Bhargavi you can use online tools also. For verbal skills practice it is better to go for personal interaction. Read books, stories, newspapers and magazines for improving vocabulary.

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Ganeshan replied | 19/01/2016

Good observation, Ispitaji. We've got to consider collocation as well. Here are the verbs that go with the word 'class':

VERB + CLASS
attend, go to, take
He's taking classes in pottery.

| miss | hold
The institute holds evening classes throughout the year.

| conduct, give, take, teach
Who's taking the class today?

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Good observation, Ispitaji. We've got to consider collocation as well. Here are the verbs that go with the word 'class':

VERB + CLASS
attend, go to, take
He's taking classes in pottery.

| miss | hold
The institute holds evening classes throughout the year.

| conduct, give, take, teach
Who's taking the class today?

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Monika 14/12/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Bindu replied | 18/01/2016

hi monika ,

start like child
first crawl then hop and then run ..
so start speaking in broken pieces then connect the dots and start reading and then of course writing

connect to me via mail or ping me

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Ganeshan replied | 18/01/2016

Monika

Different people have different ways of learning. Find out what you are inclined to--reading, listening, watching or chatting.

Ask friends to help you with your grammar and vocabulary. Mere grammar and vocab will not help you with your style.

Therefore, you need to have someone's style as your model and build one of your own. Start today.

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Taranjot 15/12/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Renuka replied | 25/12/2015

sure by all means

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Words replied | 06/01/2016

Sure Taranjot. This is exactly we do. We can teach you English through WhatsApp wherever you are in India. We focus on increasing confidence while speaking. Please look at our profile for more information.

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Mahekdeep 09/12/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Aparna replied | 21/12/2015

Dear Mahekdeep...As you have been told by some experts on the forum you need to be confient. Yes thats right. Just shed the hesitation.
Start with small sentences. Intersperse your conversation with sentences of English.
If you are a student you may find other boys n girls who want to improve their English speaking skills. Make a small group and try to speak in English...  more»
Dear Mahekdeep...As you have been told by some experts on the forum you need to be confient. Yes thats right. Just shed the hesitation.
Start with small sentences. Intersperse your conversation with sentences of English.
If you are a student you may find other boys n girls who want to improve their English speaking skills. Make a small group and try to speak in English with them. If you find it difficullt to converse in English all the time, you can set aside sometime during the day for English conversation.
If you dont find any friends who can cooperate with you or support you it brcomes a bit difficult. In such a situation you can try reading a newspaper aloud. Stand in front of a mirror and read out a passage aloud. This too has been found to help. «less

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Suhas replied | 22/12/2015

You can speak English fluently,confidently,easily,naturally,smoothly,comfortably only when you are in a position to tthink in English,In case of our mother tongue we think in our mother tongue and speak in the same language.A lot of reading of daily English newspapers will enable you to think in English which in turn will give you confidence to speak in English without hesitation,hindrance...  more»
You can speak English fluently,confidently,easily,naturally,smoothly,comfortably only when you are in a position to tthink in English,In case of our mother tongue we think in our mother tongue and speak in the same language.A lot of reading of daily English newspapers will enable you to think in English which in turn will give you confidence to speak in English without hesitation,hindrance and tension. Difficult but not impossible ! «less

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Purushotta 08/12/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Words replied | 06/01/2016

Hi Purushotta,
Can you be more specific? In which areas are you struggling? Is it in speaking or Grammar? We start our course with an English test followed by a report. Please visit our profile to see a sample report. This way you will be able to judge your weaknesses and work on your English accordingly.

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Bhargavi replied | 05/02/2016

I CAN TEACH ENGLISH CLASSES ONLINE THRO SKYPE.YOU CAN CONTACT ME IF INTERESTED.

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Abbas 07/12/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Pragneshkumar replied | 17/12/2015

You may buy a book called - english conversation practice by grant taylor. that will help you the most.

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T replied | 18/12/2015

first learn grammar then analyse news paper articles to get comprehensive idea of new structures.

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