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Hiranya 04/08/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Deep replied | 12/08/2015

Hi hiranya, its simply your interest that drives you towards learning, try to interact in your own way - read, write, listen to music or watch movies ... all works fine , but the most effective way to cope up with any language is to have a little bit cultural sensitivity of the native speakers, or there will be no use of what you will or have learned. Goodluck

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Pragneshkumar replied | 05/12/2015

Words
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than start learning to use them. Phrases, sentences and than watch movies, videos, statements, news, stories, and practice learning!

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Ashik 22/07/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Harpreet replied | 25/07/2015

Hi Ashik the best way to learn a language is listen to people speaking it. It's a world of technology, they are so many sites you can am go to and listen to recordings for beginners or join a English so peaking group on gave book they give a lot of encouragement to beginners and then of course listen to news, quizzes, discussions and read loudly and start practicing with your friends...  more»
Hi Ashik the best way to learn a language is listen to people speaking it. It's a world of technology, they are so many sites you can am go to and listen to recordings for beginners or join a English so peaking group on gave book they give a lot of encouragement to beginners and then of course listen to news, quizzes, discussions and read loudly and start practicing with your friends but don't hesitate to make mistakes and you ll be a pro in no time «less

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Ritika replied | 27/07/2015

Start your own thoughts in english like time to go out now , I have to complete my work today, I need to pay my bills right now etc . once you start talking to ur self in English it will be very helpful. also keep on learning new words you come across in daily life too as it be helpful as what you listen you speak.

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Tahseena replied | 03/11/2015

Amanda is a latin word meaning lovable and this was used by many poets brought this into popular usage in 17th century.

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Gururaj replied | 25/11/2015

Just as the Second World War, the loss of Spanish Armada immensely contributed to the spread of the language. Remember at one part of history, the English ruled one quarter of the globe so much so they said the Sun never sets in British Empire. The popularity certainly enhanced following the capture of the Armada. The Industrial Revolution earlier on also had a great impact and...  more»
Just as the Second World War, the loss of Spanish Armada immensely contributed to the spread of the language. Remember at one part of history, the English ruled one quarter of the globe so much so they said the Sun never sets in British Empire. The popularity certainly enhanced following the capture of the Armada. The Industrial Revolution earlier on also had a great impact and so also the colonization. «less

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Jackson 05/07/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Ram Mohan replied | 03/08/2015

Read Newspaper or any English text. While reading note down the words which you don't know. Get the meanings from a standard dictionary. A word may have multiple meanings depending on the context. Note down the meaning that is suitable to the situation in the sentence of the text you are reading.. Pick up three such words which you feel are important for your every conversation...  more»
Read Newspaper or any English text. While reading note down the words which you don't know. Get the meanings from a standard dictionary. A word may have multiple meanings depending on the context. Note down the meaning that is suitable to the situation in the sentence of the text you are reading.. Pick up three such words which you feel are important for your every conversation or formal correspondence. Note them in a flash card with the meaning and sentence . Keep the card with you for one week and have a glance at the words whenever you are free.
Try to use them when situation comes. Repeat this with activity with maximum three words in a week. «less

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George replied | 22/08/2015

In order to increase vocabulary read English books. When you books underline the difficult words.After reading you write it in a book and using dictionary find out the meaning. Once in a while go through the previous words that you have written. Try to use it in various situations. You write in English using new words.

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Biseswar 01/07/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Neera replied | 08/01/2016

Read stories , novels and magazines. See the usage of the language. Memorize some new words and sentences. Use them in your daily life.Learn grammar.You can speak well.

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Baba replied | 11/02/2016

L,S,R,W- the four basic things to do practice for making English better.
L- LISTENING,
S- SPEAKING,
R- READING,
W- WRITING
Listen to English news, films, audios and try to Speak English.
Read English news papers, articles, stories, novels etc. whatever you like and try to Write English.
Even you don't know anything, just try and will improve step by step.

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Vikrant 30/06/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Deepak Kumar replied | 26/08/2015

First of all you have to practice in speaking, read news-paper daily (but not silently). You should read aloud. Secondly, keep talking in ENGLISH with your family members & friends, no matter whether it is right or wrong.
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Satish replied | 02/09/2015

Hello
The best way to learn spoken English is to listen and speak.
It will be better to take some topics and speak on it for 5 min. It will definitely improve our thought process and fluency. Try this.

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Shikha 28/06/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Baba replied | 11/02/2016

It depends how much you are passionate to speak.
just try to speak regular English.

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Sundeep replied | 18/07/2016

Start speaking in English regularly where ever you are school,college,with your friends if possible relatives.
Start reading English newspaper/listen English news daily.
Carefully listen at start you may find it difficult slowly you will gain confidence.

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Karthick.m 22/06/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Sweta replied | 10/07/2015

Speaking in English is as easy as speaking any other language. You firstly need to completely overcome the fear of making mistakes while speaking that's what holds a person back from being fluent and confident while speaking. Read books as much possible. Write things about you in easy and simple sentences and read them out while standing in front of a mirror, doing this you'll be...  more»
Speaking in English is as easy as speaking any other language. You firstly need to completely overcome the fear of making mistakes while speaking that's what holds a person back from being fluent and confident while speaking. Read books as much possible. Write things about you in easy and simple sentences and read them out while standing in front of a mirror, doing this you'll be able to point out your good and weak points. Talk to people in English, even if you're not one hundred percent correct in the first go. Take your time and learn to love the language. «less

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Pragneshkumar replied | 23/07/2015

Simple three rules to apply - speak , speak , speak

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Shweta 18/06/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Shweta replied | 23/06/2015

These all things will work only if u will start communication in English, you can learn language through all above things but unless and until you will not start speaking it will not work. I can give you online tutions..

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Vinay replied | 24/06/2015

Speak in English, frame the sentences in English before you speak to anyone,
read English newspapers. Watch English movies, understand how people frame their sentences. Its very easy .

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Mamatha replied | 11/07/2015

Read books, watch movies, interact with people in english only, Inspite of all this if you find no change in your speaking contact a trainer which will surely help you.

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Pragneshkumar replied | 23/07/2015

try to think, see and use words in communication

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Gopidoss 11/06/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Ebenezar replied | 06/07/2015

Listen to your favorite movie/episodes in English version. First understand the sentences using sub titles, and little by little try to understand as they speak without the help of subtitles. It is one if the best way to improve your language, especially the listening skill.

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Pragneshkumar replied | 23/07/2015

Simple answer is to speak and listen that you want to learn!

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Anjali replied | 22/06/2015

I can master u in grammar. Join my classes

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Mamatha replied | 11/07/2015

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There is not any short cut to excel in grammar. It requires training practicing and then applying it. If you make up your mind probably you can excel in a month or 2.

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Tarun replied | 15/06/2015

Facetious, Abstentious etc

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Mariadhasan replied | 16/06/2015

Education, Automobile, Speculation are a few other words that have all the five vowels in a word

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Rohit 02/06/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Sanjiv replied | 04/12/2015

Look for him/her on UrbanPro

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Pragneshkumar replied | 17/12/2015

You may contact them by putting your requirements on the UrbanPro

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Mamatha replied | 10/07/2015

No man, in all the procession of famous men, is reason or illumination, or that essence we were looking for is the main clause and the is with the coordinating conjunction so it is dependent clause

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Gururaj replied | 26/11/2015

This is a compound sentence and therefore there are no dependent clauses. Compound sentence will have one or more dependent clauses joined by conjunctions.
1st dependent clause: "No man, in all the procession of famous men, is reason or illumination, or that essence we were looking for
Conjunction: but (it joins the two dependent clauses)
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This is a compound sentence and therefore there are no dependent clauses. Compound sentence will have one or more dependent clauses joined by conjunctions.
1st dependent clause: "No man, in all the procession of famous men, is reason or illumination, or that essence we were looking for
Conjunction: but (it joins the two dependent clauses)
2nd dependent clause: is an exhibition, in some quarter, of new possibilities.
"'No man" is the subject for both the clauses.
The prepositional phrases, "in all the -------",and "in some quarter", "of new possibilities" might confuse you.
Focus on the subject and the predicate.

You will find dependent clauses in complex sentences.
Look at this example:
I played hockey when I was young.
Independent clause: I played hockey
Dependent clause: when I was young.
"When" is the subordinate.
The second sentence is a secondary sentence purely dependent on the first (main) clause. «less

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Mythri replied | 22/06/2015

When it comes to comparision, you always use 'To'. The thing to which you give more priority is always stated first.
In this phrase "I prefer coffee to tea" -- You give the utmost priority to coffee when compared to tea. I hope, you are clear now.
Good day.!!

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Charu replied | 24/07/2016

I like coffee more than tea. If one offers me both, coffee and tea, I would like to drink coffee to tea.

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Tarun replied | 15/06/2015

The meanings are quite similar. They both refer to changing the position of something or someone.

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Sanjiv replied | 23/12/2015

one is a noun & the other a verb

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Singaravelu 24/05/2015 in  Spoken English classes

There have been times when I bought a shirt or T-shirt because it looked good on the mannequin, little realizing that when you have the figure of a mannequin, any piece of clothing cheap or expensive, loose or body-hugging suits you. Can anyone do an 'Anatomy of the above Sentence' explaining grammatically each and every word of it and thus introducing...  more»

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Gururaj replied | 06/11/2015

It is a complex sentence that has two subordinate clauses. Complex sentences will have one principal clause and one or more subordinate clauses. When complex sentences are analyzed, only the different clauses are identified. Please pick up a simple sentence for thorough analysis: that would be ideal for picking up the various parts of speech.
You could probably analyze the...  more»
It is a complex sentence that has two subordinate clauses. Complex sentences will have one principal clause and one or more subordinate clauses. When complex sentences are analyzed, only the different clauses are identified. Please pick up a simple sentence for thorough analysis: that would be ideal for picking up the various parts of speech.
You could probably analyze the present sentence this way:

Principal Clause: There have been times
Subordinate Clause 1: (Adverb clause of time) When I bought a shirt or T-shirt
‘When’ is the subordinate
Subordinate Clause 2: (Adverb clause of reason) because it looked good on the mannequin; ‘because’ is the subordinating conjunction.
Subordinate clause 3: (Participle clause) ¬¬¬, little realizing that when you have the figure of a mannequin, any piece of clothing, cheap or expensive, loose or body-hugging, suits you.
Realizing: participle
That: relative pronoun «less

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Sourabh replied | 04/12/2015

the person who posted this question claims that .......expailnation of this question is going to help the budding english learner in some way.......while talking in ur mother tounge ....bengali or hindi or any other language......do u actually think of............ tense, subject, predicate, verb, adjective, adverb, preposition, gerund, present participle etc......

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Manzil Koley replied | 23/11/2015

it depends...my mother tongue is Bengali but am faster, more accurate and comfortable in english

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Sanjiv replied | 23/12/2015

Whichever language you do it repeatedly in is going to be your comfort zone

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Jackson replied | 21/10/2015

English today attained its dominance in the world gradually and slowly that is from anglo saxon and norman period english is very different from todays modern and contemperory english and if you examine any classic literature text most of them written in middle english or old english and english evolved todays form by coming through all these periods

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Sanjiv replied | 04/12/2015

Colonization is the cause

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Gururaj replied | 26/11/2015

Members concerned is the right expression . It refers to the members to whom the issue in question is related. Concerned members, on the contrary means that those members are worried about an issue.

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Sanjiv replied | 23/12/2015

affected members vs members who are affected

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Singaravelu 22/05/2015 in  Spoken English classes

Young People Think That Old People Are Fools But Old People Know That Young People Are Fools. Does the above quote still hold good in the present scenario of Learning, Speaking and Writing English where young and old cross swords over the correct usage of words, especially old brooding over informal language's domination upon formal language.  more»

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Vikas replied | 28/05/2015

With time everything evolves including language. New words and slangs are introduced, so communication, speaking, and learning is an ever evolving process not confines to old or new. So keep updating and evolving.

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Tarun replied | 05/06/2015

Its just a matter of adapting different point of views. The usage of the language by old during their times was appropriate while in today's scenario what young people speaks also matches their requirements. There is no harm for both in learning their ways while still mastering their own everyday.

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Gopi 19/05/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Rama replied | 02/06/2015

One should approach the government for free training

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Tarun replied | 05/06/2015

I don't know if anyone is offering free classes. However if you don't find any, take a curriculum of learning english language of any institute. It might be there on the internet. Then take up the topics and learn from internet. That ways your learning would not be hampered and you wont have to pay also.

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Vashima 18/05/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Pragneshkumar replied | 23/07/2015

"Dis-tick-uh-fo-bee-uh"

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Sanjiv replied | 23/12/2015

dys-tee-she-foe-bee-aa

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Suhas replied | 17/05/2015

Two thousand ten will be better than anything else. If the other person gets the meaning as you desire your purpose is served.

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Tarun replied | 18/05/2015

Whichever way you like .. Both are correct.

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