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Deepak replied | 28/04/2015

We use these models to obey the rules of tense.

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Deepak replied | 28/04/2015

We use these modal verbs to obey the rules of tense.

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Sanjiv replied | 24/01/2015

Skype or Wiztango

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Deepak replied | 15/03/2015

There are so many platforms but you can join UrbanPro it has terrific support mechanism so we are here.I hope it will suit you.

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Carlagan Academy replied | 09/02/2015

You can teach----
Greetings, Situations (shopping,restaurant,asking for directions,at the travel agent,at the bank,buying clothes,on a hoiliday,travel plans,what to do on a week end etc),But before
that the knowledge of alphabets,basics pronunciation(with exceptions eg., but and put),parts of a sentence,basic grammar tenses,QUESTION FORMATs.What?,why,?how,how much.?How...  more»
You can teach----
Greetings, Situations (shopping,restaurant,asking for directions,at the travel agent,at the bank,buying clothes,on a hoiliday,travel plans,what to do on a week end etc),But before
that the knowledge of alphabets,basics pronunciation(with exceptions eg., but and put),parts of a sentence,basic grammar tenses,QUESTION FORMATs.What?,why,?how,how much.?How many?Where,?Describe? Adjectives. etc...You must also have an idea of the previous exposure to English of the group. ONLY SPOKEN ENGLISH without some basic help in sentence Constructions and understanding of concepts of `subject and Verb would be futile... «less

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Deepak replied | 15/03/2015

According to my experience spoken is skill based course and your own performance is playing pivotal role to develop any students. As a trainer we have a power to teach spoken with the help of word, grammar, structure and conversation. But to know which is necessary we use our interpersonal skill.You have a full power to choose the way and reach your ultimate goal. As in this course...  more»
According to my experience spoken is skill based course and your own performance is playing pivotal role to develop any students. As a trainer we have a power to teach spoken with the help of word, grammar, structure and conversation. But to know which is necessary we use our interpersonal skill.You have a full power to choose the way and reach your ultimate goal. As in this course we have show result in class room.if you are thinking about reading, writing, listening and speaking then I would like to say it only provide understanding by doing all these things anyone can have proper connection with this beautiful language.To speak is totally different it doesn't requires a lot of bookish things and difficult rules of grammar. As for example five years kid is able to speak English. So just do according to your own comfort and which is most suitable for your students. Thanks. «less

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Sanjiv replied | 12/02/2015

Phonetics, grammar, reading and speech practice.

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Deepak replied | 15/03/2015

Fix the batch time and divide the class into two section written and speaking. First teach written section with your comfort zone and then do speaking section. Don't take any help from software and book.just use your knowledge and interpersonal skill. And try to hold students for seven days if you are able to do this. Then do what you like to do.one thing begin your class with very...  more»
Fix the batch time and divide the class into two section written and speaking. First teach written section with your comfort zone and then do speaking section. Don't take any help from software and book.just use your knowledge and interpersonal skill. And try to hold students for seven days if you are able to do this. Then do what you like to do.one thing begin your class with very introductory speech on topic which you are going to handle you can also use your phonetic skill. As a trainer your main business is to prove yourself a perfect speaker. I don't able to guess your location.best of luck just resume your project. «less

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Dr Ashok replied | 30/01/2015

This spelling has the advantage of recalling the word's origins in phrases like “God be with ye.” goodbye

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Subir replied | 16/03/2015

When the first person who started suffering from Diabetes had to say ' buy ' to all the ' good ' and sweet things he used to eat, he said goodbye.

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Annesha replied | 07/03/2015

Whatever everyone is saying above is true. Additionally, do keep in mind that out of fifty chances you get, you are probably gonna score only 10 percent or less. Do not be disheartened. Goodluck! :)

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Deepak replied | 15/03/2015

If you have true talent then you will certainly have momentum in your talley. But now its not very easy to excel in this arena without doing something.just be organized in your work and surely make a record. It will help you sooner or later. Don't worry for earning if you want to earn quickly then spare some hours for offline teaching. In this way you also become a perfect player....  more»
If you have true talent then you will certainly have momentum in your talley. But now its not very easy to excel in this arena without doing something.just be organized in your work and surely make a record. It will help you sooner or later. Don't worry for earning if you want to earn quickly then spare some hours for offline teaching. In this way you also become a perfect player. If you are not willing to do to this then contact more online students. Best of luck. «less

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Charu N replied | 28/08/2015

Apart from already mentioned resources, you can use google hangouts also.

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Os Academy replied | 03/09/2015

You can give online classes through Skype or Hangout. But for that you must have strong and best Net connection.

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Deepak replied | 22/03/2015

According to me some good books are discovery of lndia by pundit Jawaharlal Nehru his writing style is extraordinary to understand. You also try Coliee written by Mulk Raj Anand. These two books are truly capable to make you perfect reader. Just try and have pleasure.

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Suhas replied | 12/05/2015

Reading of newspapers will help you understand day to day topics, current events. We are generally required to talk about what happens around us or to us. Newspapers use the current language which we require in our daily communication. Reading of good books is to be something afterwards once you have developed interest in reading good English, literary English,That's to be done...  more»
Reading of newspapers will help you understand day to day topics, current events. We are generally required to talk about what happens around us or to us. Newspapers use the current language which we require in our daily communication. Reading of good books is to be something afterwards once you have developed interest in reading good English, literary English,That's to be done later on. Certainly not now. Newspapers have columns about review of popular books. My best wishes to your spirit of learning English, reading English and communicating in English. «less

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Victor replied | 18/06/2016

Victor B June 18, 2016
Argument is negative approach that leads to division but discussion is a positive approach that encourages the participant to come to collective conclusion.

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Deepa replied | 24/06/2016

Arguement is basically that you have yourself decided that you are right and you want the other person to agree with your point.
Discussion means you are putting forward your point and allowing the other person's point of view and by mutual understanding coming to a decision.

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Deepak Kumar replied | 20/03/2015

Create your profile with UrbanPro and try to find out the students whom you can teach. If local students are available you can provide them with home Tuitions.

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Venkatarama Durga replied | 22/03/2015

Hello, There are 2 options here. When you say "tutor from home" you can either do it physically with local children or go for global teaching through online medium. Each method has its own set of requirements. A UrbanPro profile helps garner global students. I teach only online.

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Suhas replied | 30/05/2015

It won't be easy for any expert to guide you via social media.It is better to take advantage of face to face communication with the language expert.Look for the suitable teachers who can make himself / herself available as per your convenience.

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Pragneshkumar replied | 23/07/2015

Rajeswari, try to speak and learn english the most

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Language Learning Institute replied | 25/02/2016

- Understand the purpose of the student - make a right mix of classes for started, medium and expert - make the session lively - have a repo with the student

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Percon replied | 02/03/2016

In the corporate there's a saying 'People don't leave jobs, they leave their bosses'! The basic tip here is to maintain the interest level even if it means individual attention! Empathy plays a big role

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Swaraj replied | 27/01/2016

you can pay by online through IFSC code or by branch by filling concerned account number.

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Sanjiv replied | 29/01/2016

I accept payments by bank transfers & use Skype to teach online

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IITE International Institute Of Technical Education replied | 18/01/2015

Mid 17th century (denoting a private room attached to a more public one): abbreviation of 16th-century withdrawing-room 'a room to withdraw to'.

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Kirti replied | 21/01/2015

Draw (invite or call closer) - originated in the early16th century. Hence, drawing room or inviting room for guests.

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Pragneshkumar replied | 05/12/2015

START YOUR INITIATIVE, I AM WITH YOU/1

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Sanjiv replied | 12/12/2015

Start with phonics and phonetics and sounds.Also you can suggest that people start reading

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Chatakondu replied | 29/04/2015

If you know grammar......
1. It will be easy for you to correct yourself on your own
2. It will improve your confidence level
3. A language can be acquired even without knowing grammar but it will take a lot of time
4. To learn fluency techniques basic grammar is a must
5. Above all , basic grammar can be taught in 40 hours unlike vocabulary which differs...  more»
If you know grammar......
1. It will be easy for you to correct yourself on your own
2. It will improve your confidence level
3. A language can be acquired even without knowing grammar but it will take a lot of time
4. To learn fluency techniques basic grammar is a must
5. Above all , basic grammar can be taught in 40 hours unlike vocabulary which differs depending upon the background of the student . «less

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Suhas replied | 12/05/2015

Just as heart is the vital part of body,grammar is the most vital part of any language. Grammar decides the forms, order of words. Just knowledge of a lot of words will not make you a good speaker / writer unless and until you know the proper placement of the words in the proper context. A lot of reading alone will enable you to make a correct choice of words --- the knowledge of...  more»
Just as heart is the vital part of body,grammar is the most vital part of any language. Grammar decides the forms, order of words. Just knowledge of a lot of words will not make you a good speaker / writer unless and until you know the proper placement of the words in the proper context. A lot of reading alone will enable you to make a correct choice of words --- the knowledge of grammar will come to you in due course..Francis Bacon said, " Reading makes a full man,conference ( communication skills) a ready man and writing an exact man.:" The first small step of a long journey begins with a strong desire.Say , " I can do it." And you will do it in due course. Best Luck. «less

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Deepak replied | 22/04/2015

This action is related with indefinite past and for that we use present perfect.So answer two is right.

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Suhas replied | 24/05/2015

Answer No 2 is correct.

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Annesha replied | 25/02/2015

It works in a similar way a ordinary tuitions, the only difference being that you need an online portal like Skype or Gmail (video calls). Keep a whiteboard ready, or if you are comfortable with the software, you can use instant messaging while you are on the call as well.

Hope this helps. Goodluck!

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Deepak replied | 28/04/2015

Just have Skype or IMO app and try to teach some of your offline students free.lf you are experienced one then you also give free demo to online students.In this way you can resume your work and also have great amount of experience. Best of luck.

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Nishant replied | 09/06/2016

As a tutor if you are thinking of setting up a coaching center, certain prerequisites need to be fulfillled-
a) A deep rooted knowledge and clarity of facts for the subject is needed
b) The coaching center should ideally be located in a central place
c) The coaching center should have adequate infrastructure in form of books, study material, recreational facilities...  more»
As a tutor if you are thinking of setting up a coaching center, certain prerequisites need to be fulfillled-
a) A deep rooted knowledge and clarity of facts for the subject is needed
b) The coaching center should ideally be located in a central place
c) The coaching center should have adequate infrastructure in form of books, study material, recreational facilities etc.
d) There should be adequate space
e) Set up low prices in beginning to attract students
f) Quality education should be ensured
g) Use your study material as the basic for students in form of advertisement.
h) Staff should be competent
i) Teaching tools such as charts, boards,models should be provided
j) Place advertisements in local newspapers, printout handouts for distribution
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Donna replied | 23/07/2016

yes..you can.if you concentrate on the requirement of your students and the market requirement.

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Kirti replied | 23/01/2015

Hi, I think you meant to send this as a reply to a certain student rather than a question! I hope she has read your reply.

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Deepak replied | 28/04/2015

Sorry, I fail to understand the question.It seems like a message.

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Sanjiv replied | 12/12/2015

What level are you teaching?What is the duration?Which city are you in?The answers to these questions will help decide the fees & level

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Ganeshan replied | 18/01/2016

Hi Jeewan

Consider the socio-economic status of the leaner before you determine the fees. Of course, you should take into account the overheads you will run into.

Based on a simple diagnostic test, group students according to their level of competence.

Don't promise the moon. Learning is an ongoing process.

Conduct free weekend classes...  more»
Hi Jeewan

Consider the socio-economic status of the leaner before you determine the fees. Of course, you should take into account the overheads you will run into.

Based on a simple diagnostic test, group students according to their level of competence.

Don't promise the moon. Learning is an ongoing process.

Conduct free weekend classes for all past students. This will build goodwill for you. «less

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Deepak replied | 28/04/2015

If you wanna write text then I feel you don't have any problem as it has option there.

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Vashima replied | 18/05/2015

Chat option is always available. I am giving classes online using the audio-video method along with the chat option. Click on the chat symbol shown when you call someone.

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Dr Ashok replied | 05/02/2015

The most common use of apostrophes in English is for contractions, where a noun or pronoun and a verb combine. Remember that the apostrophe is often replacing a letter that has been dropped. It is placed where the missing letter would be in that case.

Using "not", is not, has not, had not, did not, would not, can not, isn't, hasn't, hadn't, didn't, wouldn't, can't
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The most common use of apostrophes in English is for contractions, where a noun or pronoun and a verb combine. Remember that the apostrophe is often replacing a letter that has been dropped. It is placed where the missing letter would be in that case.

Using "not", is not, has not, had not, did not, would not, can not, isn't, hasn't, hadn't, didn't, wouldn't, can't
Using "is" , she is, there is, he is, it is, Mary is, Jim is, Germany is, who is ,she's, there's, he's, it's, Mary's, Jim's, Germany's, who's
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Annesha replied | 25/02/2015

Apostrophes are used inn two cases:

1. to shorten negatives. Eg. Had not>hadn't, could not> couldn't. is not> isn't and so on.
2. to express possession for nouns. Eg. My friend's house. (friend here is singular)
My friends' house. (friends here is plural)

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Apostrophes are used inn two cases:

1. to shorten negatives. Eg. Had not>hadn't, could not> couldn't. is not> isn't and so on.
2. to express possession for nouns. Eg. My friend's house. (friend here is singular)
My friends' house. (friends here is plural)

Finally, there is one tricky case. When abbreviating for "it is", you write "it's". however, when used to imply ownership, the case is as below:

This is the new book I bought. Its (AND NOT IT'S) cover is made of leather. «less

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Vashima replied | 18/05/2015

I agree with Chatakondu

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Suhas replied | 30/05/2015

All available methods are good so long as they enable you to become a good English speaker. Your question implies that there are a number of methods.Please provide the list of such methods so as to enable the teacher to help you make a correct choice,if any.

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Pragneshkumar replied | 28/02/2015

Direct or online, everything worth learning.

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Deepak replied | 14/03/2015

According to me both are very interesting. Direct mode gives us a chance to prove ourself in true manner with the help of society. And in online teaching we get a chance to meet with top class teachers and know their views. It also has wide arena to search and more comfy. We can explore our true quality but it needs some extraordinary skills to move smoothly.

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