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Rd replied | 24/02/2015

F A C E T I O U S

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Deepak replied | 27/04/2015

Education.

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Dr Ashok replied | 15/02/2015

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Anitha replied | 19/02/2015

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Supriya 09/02/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Jaya replied | 20/03/2015

Hi Supriya, 3 steps towards getting rid of hesitation and increase spoken prowess in English. 1) the little inner voice that keeps talking in our minds is mostly in our native language - Speak to yourself in English. 2) start reading daily - not necessarily newspaper but any thing relevant and of interest to you and your field. Thanks to Internet there is plenty available on the...  more»
Hi Supriya, 3 steps towards getting rid of hesitation and increase spoken prowess in English. 1) the little inner voice that keeps talking in our minds is mostly in our native language - Speak to yourself in English. 2) start reading daily - not necessarily newspaper but any thing relevant and of interest to you and your field. Thanks to Internet there is plenty available on the net. 3) start listening - expose yourself to an environment where english is the only medium of comm. Alternatively, if that is not available then listen and watch english serials, films, news. You have to be a good listener to be able to talk.
Talk to yourself, listen and read are the basic steps towards speaking english. «less

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Pragneshkumar replied | 23/07/2015

Learn it! Understand grammar, practice hard and speak speak speak

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Deepak replied | 28/04/2015

Sorry they ask so many questions about this. As its a very new tongue twister.

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Sanjiv replied | 12/12/2015

Same with mac+ hine

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Shivani 09/02/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Gara replied | 15/02/2015

Hai Shivani. You need to have a PC or Laptop and internet connection. Then there are many methods through which you can attend online classes.Entire world will be on your desk.

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Deepak replied | 25/04/2015

You can use Skype or IMO. It will give you true online experience.

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Vinit replied | 18/02/2015

Color depends on temperature, wild animals have to remain in the jungle so there is no change in temperature and pet animals have to stay where their owners want them.

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Priya replied | 27/02/2015

Though it is not a question on English, it is an interesting question. It is for camouflage (hiding under natural surroundings) that the law of nature sets the standard design and colour of wild animals.

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Singaravelu replied | 10/02/2015

Delhi result has been announced.

I got the following phrases from media-thumping majority,landslide victory,historic win,humiliating defeat,

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Deepak replied | 28/04/2015

On those days Delhi became the Paradise of natural orators.Another one Delhi became the fighting arena for all political parties.

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Chandra 07/02/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Subir replied | 11/03/2015

Communication skills involve both the language as well as what type of words you use. If you are talking about fluency in Spoken English, the only effective way to build it is to listen more and more to good English spoken preferably by native English Speakers. You can use the TV to your advantage. This creates an artificial environment. Students are weak in this area because in...  more»
Communication skills involve both the language as well as what type of words you use. If you are talking about fluency in Spoken English, the only effective way to build it is to listen more and more to good English spoken preferably by native English Speakers. You can use the TV to your advantage. This creates an artificial environment. Students are weak in this area because in most places in India we do not get a natural environment for good Spoken English. So, if you don't get a natural environment, create a fake one. Use the TV.
For choice of words, focus on your overall personality. The stronger your True Self i.e.your confidence level, the more you are relaxed and the lesser you hurt people while speaking. For example, if someone has a classmate who is a girl and the girl has a dark complexion, he may say, " You are black " or he can also say, " You have a dark complexion but overall you look good because you have such a neat and positive personality ". In the latter case, the girl will instead like what you are saying. I know this because I have tried using positive words and sentences to say something which is not so positive and have actually won lots of friends using this method. Remember, this method only works and you improve in it only if you make yourself a more positive personality by improving your confidence. Try it. «less

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Deepak replied | 21/04/2015

Students aren't taking it seriously they have to perform so many work. First of all they focus on the main subject in which they get marks. And they pay less attention towards communication. In school or college when they get a chance to learn then there they only learn bookish things. In their house parents feel that they can have nice communication very quickly so they don't have...  more»
Students aren't taking it seriously they have to perform so many work. First of all they focus on the main subject in which they get marks. And they pay less attention towards communication. In school or college when they get a chance to learn then there they only learn bookish things. In their house parents feel that they can have nice communication very quickly so they don't have any hurry for that.And most important there are so many candidates who have learnt English spoken and searching the English ambience to speak.These things are producing a lot of doubt about the learning way of English. «less

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Deepak replied | 28/04/2015

Yes it is true.

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Suhas replied | 24/05/2015

That's a general question not related to this platform. You become a good speaker only when you are a good listener.

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Kirti replied | 10/02/2015

The last straw that broke the camel's back

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Suhas replied | 24/05/2015

People should avoid using such expressions.

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Ellis Maven 07/02/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Deepak replied | 28/04/2015

Sorry I fail to understand.

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Sadhu replied | 08/02/2016

As early the desire got over.

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Deepak replied | 23/04/2015

Make your vocabulary smart and also learn any newsletter of English.

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Suhas replied | 24/05/2015

I endorse the view expressed by Dr.Harshad.

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Nani 06/02/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Shalom replied | 23/02/2015

You may sit for a preview of the class. Get to know their credentials, verify them. See how resourceful the trainer is. If satisfied, you can enroll.

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Deepak replied | 24/03/2015

Just try to meet with person and judge him directly. If you get a chance to meet with real player then he must have capability to quench your thrist of knowledge. If you don't satisfied then request for demo I hope two demo is enough. You can also bank on their previous work .

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Prasanta replied | 19/02/2015

All details and updates will be automatically given to you, once you enrol yourself as a premium member of UrbanPro. So go ahead now and take the best leads provided you are a deserving candidate

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Deepak replied | 28/04/2015

you may call them and express your willingness to teach them.

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Gururaj replied | 21/11/2015

Quite a detailed account of the history and evolution of toilets. Makes interesting reading.

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Pragneshkumar replied | 17/12/2015

there is always something to learn from anything . learn it well!

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Aashima 06/02/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Shyam replied | 04/12/2015

Read some books of kids , Watch movie with subtitle , Speak inform of mirror and Listen Doordarshan English news where news reader speaks our deshi English

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Ram Mohan replied | 07/12/2015

Hi Aashima,
Be in touch with English regularly in all the aspects of communication.: LSRW: Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing
Listening: Listen to news, speeches, conversation, debates, etc.
Speaking: Whenever you speak to your teachers, colleagues, friends, try to speak in English. Most importantly,...  more»
Hi Aashima,
Be in touch with English regularly in all the aspects of communication.: LSRW: Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing
Listening: Listen to news, speeches, conversation, debates, etc.
Speaking: Whenever you speak to your teachers, colleagues, friends, try to speak in English. Most importantly, whenever you call Customer Care Executives of Banks, etc. speak to them only in English
Reading: Read News Papers, short stories, Novels,etc . Note down important, difficult and daily used conversational words and phrases.
Writing: Whatever ideas you get write them . Form opinions about current issues and write them.
This should be practiced on daily basis regularly. For more advise you can contact me
View my profile; Ram Mohan Varanasi on UrbanPro
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Ayush 05/02/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Subir replied | 11/03/2015

Listen to good English spoken by native English speakers. Use the Television to your advantage. Get hold of a good tutor or guide who can guide you and keep motivating you while you learn. This is the mantra behind speaking good, fluent English.

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Deepak replied | 25/03/2015

If you really want to speak then you need reasonable command on some basic structures and some confidence. Intact English is very easy language to learn but it has very different nature from Hindi. Remember one thing never try to do translation when you are http://www.speaking.initially you can't check your...  more»
If you really want to speak then you need reasonable command on some basic structures and some confidence. Intact English is very easy language to learn but it has very different nature from Hindi. Remember one thing never try to do translation when you are http://www.speaking.initially you can't check your mistake. Just dare to take new challenges and move forward in world of communication. Best of luck. «less

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Singaravelu 05/02/2015 in  Spoken English classes

I own a bike. The colour of the bike is blue. The name of the bike is "XXX". It is a brand new bike. Price of the bike is Rs.50,000. I go to office everyday by bike. On way to my office,I drop my brother in his office. On return I again pick him up. Can anyone convey the above messages using just one sentence?  more»

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Harshad replied | 19/02/2015

I drop off and pick up my brother from his office daily while I commute to my office on my brand new 50000 Rs blue XXX bike.

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Suhas replied | 30/05/2015

One long sentence, though grammatically correct should better be avoided as listener will find it more difficult to comprehend the contents thereof than a number of small, simple sentences used to deliver the message. What eventually matters is the fastest, clearest delivery of message so that it may not lead to any misunderstanding .

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Deepak Kumar replied | 01/05/2015

Both the proverbs are quite correct. The usage of these proverbs depends on the situation that one is facing at that time.

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Suhas replied | 26/05/2015

In a number of cases words are as good as actions. Make use of the proverb in view of the context.

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Dr.M.Ramesh replied | 10/02/2015

Show situation based photos automatically people can remember.

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Gururaj replied | 20/11/2015

Here are some statements so paradoxical and funny:
"What a pity that youth must be wasted on the young." - George Bernard Shaw
"I can resist anything but temptation."-Oscar Wilde
The beginning of the end
Deep down, you're really shallow.

Photographic memory is a term often used to describe a person who seems able to recall visual information in great...  more»
Here are some statements so paradoxical and funny:
"What a pity that youth must be wasted on the young." - George Bernard Shaw
"I can resist anything but temptation."-Oscar Wilde
The beginning of the end
Deep down, you're really shallow.

Photographic memory is a term often used to describe a person who seems able to recall visual information in great detail. Just as a photograph freezes a moment in time, the implication for people thought to have photographic memory is that they can take mental snapshots and then recall these snapshots without error.
There are many methods to develop photographic memory. Here are some:
1. Visualize what you want to remember. You want to remember the grocery list, for instance, bring pictures of the articles in to your mind: carrot, cabbage, beetroot whatever.
2. Link those articles in to their physical location. Where do you keep your sugar box? Picture with the link will help.
3. You may try a numerical peg:
1 = gun
2 = zoo
3 = tree
4 = door
5 = hive
6 = bricks
7= heaven
8 = plate
9 = wine
10 = hen
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Rd replied | 24/02/2015

mailbox

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Vinit replied | 27/02/2015

Postbox

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Deepak replied | 28/04/2015

Thanks for offer.

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Mamatha replied | 10/07/2015

Good, when can anyone approach you regarding this? I can inform some one looking for a job there.

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Dr Ashok replied | 15/02/2015

Hi is a salutation or greeting in the English language and its meaning is synonymous with other similar sounding salutations such as "Hello" or "Hey".

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Deepak replied | 26/04/2015

Hi is the form of greeting or salutation. It is used for known person.

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Priya replied | 09/02/2015

Though routine changes from person to person, the common action verbs are: get up/wake up, brush, bathe, eat, get ready, commute/go and come back, return, spend time, watch T.V, go to bed etc.,

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Deepak replied | 28/04/2015

We at least need roundabout twenty verbs to finish our normal action in a day.e.g eat, sleep, read, wash, cook, eat etc.

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Tarun replied | 06/02/2015

It refers to the outsourcing of a job

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Dr Ashok replied | 17/02/2015

T-shirts have already appeared in Silicon Valley bearing the slogan, "Don't Get Bangalored!" To be Bangalored is to have one's job outsourced to India or, more accurately, the country's IT industry haven, Bangalore. Because of the scale of the outsourcing phenomenon, the Indian city has forged its position in the global consciousness -- at least in the IT sector. Likewise, the culture...  more»
T-shirts have already appeared in Silicon Valley bearing the slogan, "Don't Get Bangalored!" To be Bangalored is to have one's job outsourced to India or, more accurately, the country's IT industry haven, Bangalore. Because of the scale of the outsourcing phenomenon, the Indian city has forged its position in the global consciousness – at least in the IT sector. Likewise, the culture of the city itself reflects its identity as an international IT mecca. – YaleGlobal «less

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