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Singaravelu 03/02/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Kirti replied | 04/02/2015

There is
1. Florence syndrome
2. Paris syndrome
3. Jerusalem Syndrome
4. London Syndrome

There are more but I can't seem to remember them now :)

p.s. your questions are very interesting! :) :)

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Banashrii replied | 05/02/2015

While the psychological condition in hostage situations became known as Stockholm Syndrome due to the publicity -- the emotional bonding with captors was a familiar story in psychology. It had been recognized many years before and was found in studies of other hostage, prisoner, or situations such as:

Abused Children
Battered/Abused Women
Prisoners of...  more»
While the psychological condition in hostage situations became known as “Stockholm Syndrome” due to the publicity – the emotional “bonding” with captors was a familiar story in psychology. It had been recognized many years before and was found in studies of other hostage, prisoner, or situations such as:

Abused Children
Battered/Abused Women
Prisoners of War
Cult Members
Incest Victims
Criminal Hostage Situations
Concentration Camp Prisoners
Controlling/Intimidating Relationships

In the final analysis, emotionally bonding with an abuser is actually a strategy for survival for victims and intimidation. The “Stockholm Syndrome” reaction in hostage situations is so well recognized at this time that police hostage negotiators no longer view it as unusual. In fact, it is often encouraged in crime situations as it improves the chances for survival of the hostages. On the down side, it also assures that the hostages experiencing “Stockholm Syndrome” will not be very cooperative during rescue or criminal prosecution. «less

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Pooja 31/01/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Harshad replied | 12/02/2015

Read out whatever you read loudly and try and record what you read. Also, whenever your speaking record the conversation and listen back to what you have said.....this helps to catch your own mistakes

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Deepak replied | 24/03/2015

Fluency means you should have total liberty to express your idea and thought. If you feel that you need some improvement then surely there are some grey areas in your communication. Now its great that you want to root out your problems the best way to perform this is to share your ideas with others in best possible way. And manage to do some argumentive discussion. And watch ndtv...  more»
Fluency means you should have total liberty to express your idea and thought. If you feel that you need some improvement then surely there are some grey areas in your communication. Now its great that you want to root out your problems the best way to perform this is to share your ideas with others in best possible way. And manage to do some argumentive discussion. And watch ndtv and CNBC English. If you are okay with your basic then you become fluent very soon. Also try to draft at least 150 words in English then it will happen so quickly. «less

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Dr Ashok replied | 15/02/2015

Main padhata hoon ;
Main yahan hoon ;
Main padha raha hoon ;
Mujhe sikhaya ja raha hai ;
Mujhe padha diya gaya hai ;
Main yahan aa chuka hoon ;
Main padhata aa raha hoon ;
Maine sikhaya hai ;
Mujhe sikhaya gaya hai ;

In the same order as what you have asked

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Tarun replied | 17/02/2015

Main padhata hun;
Main yahan hun;
Main padha raha hun;
Mujhe padhaya ja rai hai.;
Mujhe padhya jata hai;
Main yahan aaya hua hun;
Main padha raha hun;
Main padha chuka hun;
Mujhe padhaya ja chuka hai;

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Singaravelu 31/01/2015 in  Spoken English classes

I read this joke some thirty years back. Judge Asked," Who has brought this allegation?" Plaintiff Replied," I am the allegator." There is no word 'allegator', Only alligator is there. Alligator is a reptile and resembles a crocodile. Are there any words,like Homophones, which make a conversation a satire,as shown in the above example? Homophones...  more»

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Kirti replied | 05/02/2015

Here are some that I can think of:
1. meet meat
2. sea see
3. knotty (UrbanPro doesn't permit me to type the other one :)
4. Sleigh slay
5. two to too
6. know no

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Siraj replied | 25/05/2015

retch - wretch

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Balasankari 30/01/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Deepak replied | 14/03/2015

English is a passion for millions even we people also need some sort of brush up in this language. The nature of this language is very soft if you once get a chance to communicate with anyone for ten minutes then you will have plethora of experience to move with it. And I am sure right now you are able to speak. But probably you aren't able to pull on your conversation for long...  more»
English is a passion for millions even we people also need some sort of brush up in this language. The nature of this language is very soft if you once get a chance to communicate with anyone for ten minutes then you will have plethora of experience to move with it. And I am sure right now you are able to speak. But probably you aren't able to pull on your conversation for long time. You can eradicate this obstacle by using some pause during conversation. Just speak slowly and concentrate on your listener in this way. You will get the real thing. Remember one thing that in English we use our brain in true manner. Grammar is just a skeleton to make body we need so many things.
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Paridhee replied | 10/06/2015

If you know why you want to study, setting goals is easy. For example, maybe you want to travel to an English-speaking country. Great. Your goal might be to learn "Survival English". Perhaps you already know many useful phrases, but you want to improve your listening skills and pronunciation. Whatever your goals are, write them down. How long do you need to study to achieve your...  more»
If you know why you want to study, setting goals is easy. For example, maybe you want to travel to an English-speaking country. Great. Your goal might be to learn "Survival English". Perhaps you already know many useful phrases, but you want to improve your listening skills and pronunciation. Whatever your goals are, write them down. How long do you need to study to achieve your goals? This answer is different for every student. The important thing is to be realistic. If you work 60 hours per week, don't plan on spending another 40 hours a week studying English. Start off slow, but study regularly. Use material that is challenging, but not too difficult and commit to it. «less

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Pragneshkumar replied | 30/03/2015

both are right

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Deepak replied | 26/04/2015

According to grammar both are correct. One is interrogative and another is negative interrogative. So they give different meaning.

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Deepak replied | 26/04/2015

According to me first one is perfect.

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Pragneshkumar replied | 23/07/2015

I went to Jaipur. is the one

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Divya 28/01/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Harshad replied | 12/02/2015

Try and speak to yourself facing a mirror and watch your gestures and sound innotations

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Deepak replied | 26/03/2015

Interview is just a part and parcel of any type of job.so if you want to face it in very pleasant way then first of all examine your profile and be sure about the given details.your intelligence is the best thing to check then communication and appearance. So be careful for these things.and be sure about yourself. And remember haste makes waste .

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Dr Ashok replied | 17/02/2015

There are many. I shall list out a few of them here

1. Avatar
From Hindi, from Sanskrit, descent of a deity from a heaven.
2. Bangle
from bng, a type of bracelet.
3. Bungalow
from banglA and Urdu banglA, literally, "(house) in the Bengal style"
4. Chutney
from chatni, meaning "to crush"
5. Dacoit
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There are many. I shall list out a few of them here

1. Avatar
From Hindi, from Sanskrit, descent of a deity from a heaven.
2. Bangle
from bng, a type of bracelet.
3. Bungalow
from banglA and Urdu banglA, literally, "(house) in the Bengal style"
4. Chutney
from chatni, meaning "to crush"
5. Dacoit
from Dakait, meaning a member of a class of criminals who engage in organized robbery and murder. Hence also dacoity (=banditry)
6. Guru
from Hindi guru "teacher, priest," from Sanskrit guru "one to be honored, teacher," literally "heavy, weighty.
7. Jungle
from jangal, another word for wilderness or forest.
8. Khaki
from kh?k? "of dust colour, dusty, grey", cf. Hindi - Urdu [ultimately from Persian].
9. Mogul
from Hindi and Urdu: An acknowledged leader in a field, from the Mughal rulers of India like Akbar and Shah Jahan, the builder of the Taj Mahal.
10. Nehru Jacket
a kind of sleeveless jacket that worn buttoned up to neck - formal and often worn by the first Prime Minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru
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Priya replied | 27/02/2015

Two more words to the list already given:
Kajal - Hindi word for the traditional Indian eyeliner.
Catamaran - Tamil word for small wooden boats.

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Asghar 27/01/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Vaibhtech replied | 10/02/2015

Pls. search institute in http://www.urbanpro.com as per your requirement.

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Deepak replied | 26/03/2015

You can submit your requirement on UrbanPro.you will get the result very quickly.

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Deepak replied | 22/04/2015

We can use both sentences as both are right. But second one is very effective and sounds well.

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Pragneshkumar replied | 23/07/2015

1.2

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Deepak replied | 28/04/2015

English is very interesting language and we can't compare it with any other language.

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Suhas replied | 24/05/2015

That's the established usage. You can't on your own change the format however strongly you may feel like doing so.

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Nithya 24/01/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Tarun replied | 11/02/2015

Sir, start with internet. It wont charge you anything at the moment, but your monthly bill that you will pay for it shall have some component of fee for your learning.

Start with basic grammar of english. Once you have learned the rules, start experimenting with words and frame sentences that supports your message that you wish to convey.

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Deepak replied | 26/03/2015

If you are interested to learn English without doing any expense then you should use internet it will show you more study materials. But for doing this you must have basic concept.so just finish some basic work and enjoy your learning. And don't expect quick result it should be time taking. Best of luck.

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Deepak replied | 27/04/2015

No it seems impossible to do like this how can we go against the rule of grammar.

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Ganeshan replied | 18/01/2016

Passive structures are possible but not in popular usage.
'The book will be being written by him.'

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Kalpna 24/01/2015 in  Spoken English classes

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Tarun replied | 19/02/2015

Kindly be more specific about your question.

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Deepak replied | 23/04/2015

You should save yourself to give lame excuses and meet the deadline.These two are the most desired quality.

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Venkatarama Durga replied | 19/03/2015

You need to have (as mentioned by several experienced teachers) 1. a video conferencing software (Paid or free). 2. a good BB connection with min d/load speed of 4Mbps or above and an upload speed of at least 512Kbps with an FUL of 25 GB and above. 3. and lastly you need to have great resources to share and use with your students covering each of the modules : listening, reading,...  more»
You need to have (as mentioned by several experienced teachers) 1. a video conferencing software (Paid or free). 2. a good BB connection with min d/load speed of 4Mbps or above and an upload speed of at least 512Kbps with an FUL of 25 GB and above. 3. and lastly you need to have great resources to share and use with your students covering each of the modules : listening, reading, writing and speaking.

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Deepak replied | 28/03/2015

First of all be sure about yourself and decide how are you going to teach. Because in this work every class is very important. Sometime you have to meet with your students in demo and if you satisfy them properly then. He will become your student. Just have a very simple and intelligent attitude. You will have everything. Technology is very simple I hope you can tame it very quickly.

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Deepak Kumar replied | 28/01/2015

Whichever may be the language, but PRACTICE IS MOST IMPORTANT. If you wish to learn sincerely, then I am ready to help you. You can contact me by viewing my profile. If you wish to learn thro' ONLINE, then you must have a Computer with an internet access, plus a webcam and signup for Skype id. That's all and you are on track. Contact me if you're really interested to learn. Thanks

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Deepak replied | 15/03/2015

First of all judge your true potential and then start from basic in this way you get revision of different topics. For spoken you can bank on English newsletter and news channels. And to improve writing you can do expansion and precise. If you have any problem in writing section then do short essay and article. Don't expect any miracle just carry on your work. Remember one thing...  more»
First of all judge your true potential and then start from basic in this way you get revision of different topics. For spoken you can bank on English newsletter and news channels. And to improve writing you can do expansion and precise. If you have any problem in writing section then do short essay and article. Don't expect any miracle just carry on your work. Remember one thing first you have to improve in spoken then you will become perfect in drafting. And its very slow process without any guidance. Best of luck. «less

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Tarun replied | 11/02/2015

Hi, I am a tutor. We can discuss the charges if you feel like joining for the coaching

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Deepak replied | 28/04/2015

First you have to select teacher. He will provide you all your requisite requirement.

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Anitha replied | 25/01/2015

600/hr...n interact with the parents for their convenient mode of payment

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Deepak replied | 26/04/2015

Minimum 275per hour first start with minimum. And concentrate on quality of teaching.

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Ashish replied | 24/01/2015

When there is a need to show the direction towards a place... "to" is used. But home is not a place. House is a place not a home. It's an expression of belongingness.. Like... Home town.. Home pitch... Homely feeling.. Etc.

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Dr Ashok replied | 25/01/2015

In this phrase "Go home", home is not a noun but an adverb

Specifically, it is an adverb of place

So you do not need a preposition like "to" prior to home.

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Suhas replied | 12/05/2015

It's the rule of the grammar. Just as we drive by the left side in India because it's a traffic rule. We don't ask, why it's so. We just follow the rule without question.

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Pragneshkumar replied | 23/07/2015

“Aren't I?” is commonly used and very acceptable in informal language. “Am I not?” is grammatical, but extremely formal, so in most contexts, “aren't I?” is the preferred choice. The only exception is when you are writing a formal letter or an academic paper, and then you can either use “am I not?,” or even better, restructure the sentence to avoid using either of these forms.

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Harshad 15/01/2015 in  Spoken English classes

I would like to know opinions of tutors on the topic 'self-learning vs tutor-assisted learning'. There are many websites and apps which can be used to master Language topics like grammar, vocabulary, listening skills. But a student still needs help and guidance from a tutor especially for topics like spoken English. On the other hand, there are courses...  more»

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Sanjiv replied | 12/02/2015

Experience & personal time with the tutor are irreplacable

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Deepak replied | 15/03/2015

Your question is good but its sheer madness to compare both the course. It's true that software based learning tools are cheap and affordable but it doesn't have any power to provide any brush up to any student. It is just a concept of smart class but in schools teachers conduct smart class. If softwares has such sort of power then its amazing. People are free to do anything but...  more»
Your question is good but its sheer madness to compare both the course. It's true that software based learning tools are cheap and affordable but it doesn't have any power to provide any brush up to any student. It is just a concept of smart class but in schools teachers conduct smart class. If softwares has such sort of power then its amazing. People are free to do anything but as far as result matter anyone needs help from trainer. And English speaking is truly scientific process once you understand then you can use it throughout your life and by using it you will learn so many things. It may be possible that I have a wrong concept about the thing but as a trainer I don't need any video or audio CD to teach. I am doing my teaching with my knowledge and experience. And produced so many good speakers. So again I am not in favour of software based speaking course.Thanks «less

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Mamatha replied | 27/01/2015

Contact me for a short term course in presentation skill training and communication skills training.

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Deepak replied | 15/03/2015

As you have mentioned that you are an engineer then its clear that you have perfect understanding and also writing skill. But whenever you want to speak of your mind then you feel problem the basic reason of this problem is doing translation and understanding of grammar. Most of the time you have a problem to begin any new thing or take part in middle of the conversation. But you...  more»
As you have mentioned that you are an engineer then its clear that you have perfect understanding and also writing skill. But whenever you want to speak of your mind then you feel problem the basic reason of this problem is doing translation and understanding of grammar. Most of the time you have a problem to begin any new thing or take part in middle of the conversation. But you can eradicate these problem within one month. «less

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Deepak replied | 15/03/2015

In English it is quite difficult but as it vary but if you get good trainer then you need minimum 10k to finish .

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Ganeshan replied | 18/01/2016

Institutes charge you anywhere between 2K to 10K for two-month, 60-80 hour course. Much depends on the popularity of the Institute. Teachers charge you between 75 and 500 rupees per hour. Much depends on the quality of the institute or person. Sometimes just on whimsy.

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Tarun replied | 17/02/2015

UrbanPro and Just dial can help you look for your requirement.

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Deepak replied | 15/03/2015

You have to search on UrbanPro. Just enter category and location it will provide you list.

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