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Ritika replied | 27/07/2015

of course everyone in life once or may b more time commit 'slip of tongue'. it happens in excitement ,when u r nervous etc

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Taruna replied | 10/01/2016

Yess

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Rukhsad 06/04/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Pooja Kaushik replied | 27/04/2015

Dear Rukhsad, see learning a language takes time and effort with lot of patience but there is no set time limit, you may be able to understand grammatical portion in a month or so, but the nuances will need practice for long. But English is easier than Hindi. :)

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Suhas replied | 24/05/2015

It all depends on you present qualification, your interest and your desire to work hard with passion and dedication. No specific time limit can be suggested. It may differ from person to person.

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Tarun replied | 23/04/2015

It means that the other person is not able to realize that the speaker is going through to put up with the given situation.

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Suhas replied | 26/05/2015

The listener appears unable to understand the hardship this speaker is going through. It's advisable to use simple, clear. Short sentences so that the intended message reaches its destination without any difficulty.

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Pragneshkumar replied | 16/11/2015

It varies to countries

Identity Document
Financial Document
Statement of Purpose
Working Profile
Travel Arrangement

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Gururaj replied | 16/11/2015

1. A valid pass port
2. Visa
3. Employer's certificate if it is an official trip
4. Degree certificate
5. Know the customs and food habits of the country you intend to visit
6. Go prepared accordingly
7. Have the details of the Indian embassy over there
8. Carefully preserve your documents

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Thamaraiselvi 31/03/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Meenu replied | 16/10/2015

Their are many website which provide online courses.Run a search on google you sure would find one.

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Deepak Kumar replied | 16/10/2015

As per my opinion, Google is the best option, where you can get guidance and free study material.

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Paridhee replied | 10/06/2015

No. In the earlier days, English was not so important. It is in the past decade, post globalization that English has emerged as a necessity and other foreign languages like French and German are being given special attention even in school curriculum.

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Sanjiv replied | 04/12/2015

Good one!

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Jishna replied | 19/04/2015

"either.... or" is used in a scenario where you want to convey that one can CHOOSE BETWEEN TWO OPTIONS. eg: "you can buy either a mobile phone or a camera with our money".
however , the options can be
two similar things [eg: either a pen or a pencil]
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things which are in direct contrast to the other [eg: you can either stay or leave]

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Jyoti replied | 22/04/2015

I beg your pardon and with due respect to your resource courtesy;i humbly exhort you to check the veracity of the lexical string, in a non digital corpus,"He wanted to build either a gambling casino or a convent".Its a past proper with an infinivial phrase 'to build'.Wonder if the coordinating conjunction pair is used in the aforesaid sequence to denote optionality.If the specimen...  more»
I beg your pardon and with due respect to your resource courtesy;i humbly exhort you to check the veracity of the lexical string, in a non digital corpus,"He wanted to build either a gambling casino or a convent".Its a past proper with an infinivial phrase 'to build'.Wonder if the coordinating conjunction pair is used in the aforesaid sequence to denote optionality.If the specimen sentence is drawn from a novel or a best seller fiction;than the syntactic value of the monoclausal components are better left to the reader's discretion. «less

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Raj 28/03/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Neera replied | 11/06/2015

Read small story books first. Gain confidence with understanding. Learn grammar. Try to constuct sentences yourself. Move from easy to difficult to raise your power of learning.

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Bindu replied | 18/01/2016

talk to people !!!!|

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Deepak replied | 27/04/2015

We can use both. But in some cases if we use persons then it will more better.It just the matter of situation.

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Suhas replied | 26/05/2015

Persons

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Deepak replied | 22/04/2015

Yes they are different first one gives negative meaning but in second sentence there is some space for positiveness as it seems unconfirmed truly.

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Suhas replied | 12/05/2015

I endorse Deepak's view.

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Sumi replied | 02/04/2015

Yes, its accompanied with physical gesture. but then sometimes wood isn't around so touching the head is the way. Having said that, in a formal setting, its enough to just say, not really do.

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Dr.sripathy replied | 02/04/2015

If you are having anything made out of wood it's better touch the wood(table, chair, window frame etc) while saying 'Touch wood.....'

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Deepak replied | 27/04/2015

Second one is perfect..

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Suhas replied | 26/05/2015

Both are correct.

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Gururaj replied | 16/11/2015

Pushpi's narration is quite imaginative. It can be the screen play for the Bollywood movie. You just need to add some songs, fights, an emotional re-union that ends the story. The email id is the triggering point upon which the story is built.

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Sanjiv replied | 12/12/2015

He writes t the mail id & gets a reply.When he discovers the person who is using his identity he also finds out why he was murdered

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Singaravelu 21/03/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Sanjiv replied | 12/12/2015

I return back is redundant just like insist on

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Suhas replied | 21/12/2015

I return is OK.

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Ayesha replied | 19/12/2015

tittle

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Anurag replied | 07/01/2016

tittle

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Singaravelu 21/03/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Mamatha replied | 10/07/2015

Bakers cheating led to this

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Sanjiv replied | 12/12/2015

King Henry III was so irked by the problem that he implemented a new law to standardize the weight of a loaf—selling puny loaves could result in beatings or jail time. Since bakers wanted to stay on the right side of the law, one common trick was to give 13 loaves to any customer buying a dozen.

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Kevin 18/03/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Annesha replied | 10/04/2015

Well depends on your level and grasp of the language, and what you mean by "improvement". If you are trying to learn basics, you might want to go through simple grammar books. If you want to build up a vocab, watch Arnab Goswami!

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Deepak replied | 27/04/2015

lf you really wish to improve your communication skill then first of all you should have basic understanding of grammar e.g verb, tense and syntax. If you have these things then try to understand the sentence according to their grammatical functions.And if you are able to understand then try to draft same sentence in your notebook.In this you will start your journey of English. Best of luck.

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Ranga 16/03/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Annesha replied | 10/04/2015

Just like you speak any other language! It is not a Herculean task. Apart from that, the advices given above are good enough!

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Deepak replied | 27/04/2015

English speaking is very easy and interesting. you resume your journey according to your own comfort just spare reasonable amount of time with English and give your hundred percent. Try to understand the structures and do some drill with it. start with salutation and greetings and then move with imperative sentence in this way you create a lot of space for yourself in English and...  more»
English speaking is very easy and interesting. you resume your journey according to your own comfort just spare reasonable amount of time with English and give your hundred percent. Try to understand the structures and do some drill with it. start with salutation and greetings and then move with imperative sentence in this way you create a lot of space for yourself in English and also follow the basic.Remember one thing always try to do something meaningful in English. These are the basic steps if you notice any obstacle then consult any trainer.Best of luck. «less

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Tarun replied | 06/07/2015

Certainly I do. In fact topics like this not only enhances a students regular conversation skills but also enables him/her to forward their views on topics that are of public interest. At the right platform, these views and their spoken skills are then appreciated.

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Sanjiv replied | 12/12/2015

Certainly...when writing skills are covered

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Ellis Maven replied | 20/03/2015

toper, boozer, guzzler, sozzled plus idiom "counting steps"

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T replied | 11/08/2015

blind, bombed, boozed, boozy, crocked, high, lit (up), loaded, looped, pixilated, plastered, potted, sloshed, smashed, soused, stinking, stinko, stoned, tight, zonked.

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Pushpi replied | 17/03/2015

Product Manufacturer's warranty for two years means the goods will be repaired free of cost incase of any manufacturing defects, in other words warranty is a promise of providing a service in which a time frame is set whereas guarantee is an agreement between the seller and the consumer in which the seller vouches for the purity and good quality of the product sold to the customer....  more»
Product Manufacturer's warranty for two years means the goods will be repaired free of cost incase of any manufacturing defects, in other words warranty is a promise of providing a service in which a time frame is set whereas guarantee is an agreement between the seller and the consumer in which the seller vouches for the purity and good quality of the product sold to the customer. For e.g if u buy consumer durables like washing machine...guarantee comes from the manufacturer's side who gives u assurance of its good quality whereas the seller or the retail outlet from whom you have purchased the product will give you the warranty slip which has to signed and sealed and duly dated who will cover your repair costs for two years if the warranty on the said product is for two years. «less

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Tarun replied | 18/03/2015

Guarantee:

A guarantee is usually free and is a promise about an item by the manufacturer or company.
It's a promise to sort out any problems with a product or service within a specific, fixed period of time.
Whether you paid for a guarantee or not, it is legally binding.
The guarantee must explain how you would make a claim in a way that...  more»
Guarantee:

A guarantee is usually free and is a promise about an item by the manufacturer or company.
It's a promise to sort out any problems with a product or service within a specific, fixed period of time.
Whether you paid for a guarantee or not, it is legally binding.
The guarantee must explain how you would make a claim in a way that is easy to understand.
It adds to your rights under consumer law.
It will take effect whether or not you have a warranty.

Warranty:

A warranty acts like an insurance policy for which you must pay a premium - Sometimes a warranty is called an 'extended guarantee'.
May last longer than a guarantee and cover a wider range of problems.
A warranty is a legal contract.
The terms of the contract should be clear and fair.
Does not reduce your rights under consumer law.
A warranty can be in place with a guarantee. «less

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Singaravelu 13/03/2015 in  Spoken English classes

A brain teaser, given as a holiday homework to school students, is now in your court. This question was frantically discussed over phone for its answer by parents as well as students just one day before school reopening(as usual?) but couldn't solve it. I could do it after three hours of struggle. The first ten letters are O,T,T,F,F,S,S,E,N,T. What...  more»

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Gururaj replied | 18/11/2015

E,T,T,F,F,S,S,E,N,T, i.e. Eleven to Twenty. Good objective puzzle.

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Pragneshkumar replied | 17/12/2015

E,T,T,F,F,S,S,E,N,T, i.e. Eleven to Twenty. Good objective puzzle, It is a great ways to build memory

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Mamatha replied | 10/07/2015

Definition vary so also their functions

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Sanjiv replied | 12/12/2015

It is in the phonetics that makes the difference

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Kuldeep 09/03/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Kirti replied | 17/03/2015

Consult a media dictionary.

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Deepak replied | 21/04/2015

According to me in news channels don't use any hard word as they have to spread their news. But there sentence patterns are different and they very often use lattest words.so it is a little bit difficult. But if you read the times of lndia then I hope you won't have any problem. But if you need a set of media friendly lexicon then follow the link which has given by Mr.Tarun.

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Language Paathshala replied | 15/03/2015

At the end of the day one must always first cater to the basic needs and that starts with the spoken language, like what we do as kids. We learn to speak first because that is the basic requirement. Of course learning more in advance eventually nourishes other part of life as well. Hence as per my opinion, one needs to learn both Spoken and Queen's English. The first one to take...  more»
At the end of the day one must always first cater to the basic needs and that starts with the spoken language, like what we do as kids. We learn to speak first because that is the basic requirement. Of course learning more in advance eventually nourishes other part of life as well. Hence as per my opinion, one needs to learn both Spoken and Queen's English. The first one to take care of regular day-to-day requirements in personal and professional life and the second to stand out of the crowd. «less

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Carlagan Academy replied | 17/03/2015

We should learn correct English both to speak and to write. Accents vary (American, Australian, British, sub accents also). It is important that teachers with good English at their command are there to teach students for all subjects as the medium of instruction especially in technical/Higher Education is English. The English spoken in India is of course a bit influenced by our...  more»
We should learn correct English both to speak and to write. Accents vary (American, Australian, British, sub accents also). It is important that teachers with good English at their command are there to teach students for all subjects as the medium of instruction especially in technical/Higher Education is English. The English spoken in India is of course a bit influenced by our native tongues(but thats the case everywhere). However those educated in so called convent/Public schools have a good command over English and with hardly any influence of their mother tongue..I may even sound a bit cheeky to say that our English speakers speak more clearly and pronounce correctly....(than the Britishers?) After all today English is not for the Queen & her subjects alone. «less

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