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Lesson Posted on 16 Mar Language/Spoken English

English Vocabulary - Meaning of the word BRUNCH

SGI Spoken English

SGI provides regular and online spoken English classes. Now you can also learn English from home through phone.

Hello Students,So how many of you have a habit of learning new words every day to improve your English knowledge? If you are already doing it, I assure you that you will soon master the language with your dedication as that is the first step to learn the language. If you are not doing it, I strongly... read more

Hello Students,

So how many of you have a habit of learning new words every day to improve your English knowledge? If you are already doing it, I assure you that you will soon master the language with your dedication as that is the first step to learn the language. If you are not doing it, I strongly suggest you start learning at least one new word a day with its meaning and try using them in your daily conversation which will help you in the long run.

Today we are going to learn the meaning for the word Brunch, the chances are that you might already know this word if so you can take it as a refresher, or it might be entirely new for you.

BRUNCH, as the dictionary says, is a late morning meal taken instead of Breakfast and lunch.

Example Sentences: On Sundays, we usually skip our breakfast and have brunch together with family.

I missed my breakfast today, let me take a break and have brunch.

She had brunch with her friend, so she may not join us for Lunch today.

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Lesson Posted on 16 Mar Language/Spoken English

How to Improve Your Pronunciation?

Tanvi Madbhavi

TUITION EXPERIENCE: I have 10 years of teaching experience. I love to teach and interact with my students....

How to improve your pronunciation? - Start reading small magazines, newspapers, books, etc.Initially, start reading at a small amount and then start ending up with novels and biographies.Read what you record. - Start recording whatever you read; the advantage of recording is that you can get an idea... read more

How to improve your pronunciation?

- Start reading small magazines, newspapers, books, etc.
Initially, start reading at a small amount and then start ending up with novels and biographies.
Read what you record.

- Start recording whatever you read; the advantage of recording is that you can get an idea of how you pronounce the words.

- Read every word carefully and slowly so it would be comfortable t0 pronounce better.

- Consume (read) as much content as you can. I never stop learning.

- Professional trainers always recommend reading at least 5-10 pages regularly. So read 5-10 pages daily and slowly, and don’t forget to record it.

- Make a diary for yourself. Start jotting down the word that you lack to pronounce better in.

- Make a list of the wrongly pronounced words in your diary and read them once in a month.

- Join an English speaking group/ English speaking community.
(So many WhatsApp groups are available if you search on the Internet.)
Speak with someone in English at least for 30 minutes. It will help you gain confidence.

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Lesson Posted on 26 Feb Language/Spoken English

WORDS AND SENTENCES

Denny'sClasses

This institute was registered and established in the year 2015, for education and training. We started...

Word Building A) Find 10 words from the word grid Q P R E S E N T F G W E U I O P A S D P B N K E Y H J K L E O Z X C V B N M Q N O W B P A P E R E C K R U Y U I O P A I E S Y D F G S E L L R H J K L L O C K Z T X C V B N M Q W E Y E R A S E R R T Y B)... read more

Word Building 

  1. A) Find 10 words from the word grid

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  1. B) Match the following

book

bread

spoon

socks

shirt

hand

feet

eye

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computer

wallet

car

map

continent

country

currency

Asia

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keyboard

jaw

scale

eyelids

paper

fork

trousers

toes

butter

shoes

fingers

wheels

 

 A sentence is a group of words which convey meaning, or a complete idea.

  1. C) Below are some words in random order and do not make sense. Write proper                      sentences with each set of words and use proper punctuation.
  • type I will letter this
  • name my Ashwin is
  • breakfast tea after we have
  • rooms house has a
  • name a noun is a
  • action word is verb an a
  • office my walk to i
  • used is to add calculator numbers a
  • used is keyboard type to a
  • for an to wear have a you formal dress interview

 Punctuation is the proper use of capital letters and punctuation marks

  1. D) Rewrite these statements and questions with proper punctuation
  • do you play football
  • is today a Monday
  • that is a black chair
  • a cow gives us milk
  • I ate an egg
  • what is the distance to Agra
  • when will the train come
  • did you have lunch
  • is this network good
  • the cheetah runs fast
  • can a tiger swim
  • is the teaching good
  • this is a good phone
  • a computer is useful
  • do you know to swim
  • how is his health
  • this office is good
  • what is your favourite program
  • this is green bottle
  • what colour is your car
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Lesson Posted on 11 Feb Language/Spoken English

Simple present tense

Ashwini BM

I can teach each and every topics very easily and make it stronger for the students.

I love my family. I speak I respect Subect ‘You’ is always treated as a second person in English language and when adding a verb next to it , it should be always be in the 1st form of the verb withouts/es. You act well You adjust very fast. You answer all the questions. You... read more
  • I love my family.
  • I speak
  • I respect

 

  • Subect ‘You’ is always treated as a second person in English language and when adding a verb next to it , it should be always be in the 1st form of the verb withouts/es.
  • You act well
  • You adjust very fast.
  • You answer all the questions.
  • You believe
  • You check the products.

 

  • Subject ‘He/She/It/The Plant/The animal/The machine/A girl/The boy/Ramesh/Anu etc.’is always treated as a third person Singular in English language and when adding a verb next to it , it should always be in the 1st form of the verb with s/es.
  • He sings
  • She / Any name receives scholarship amount every year.
  • It goes in a line.
  • The plants give out oxygen.
  • The machines in the companies work well if serviced every year.
  • A girl comes along with him every day.
  • The boy practises every day.
  • Ramesh does a lot of social service.
  • Anu acts well in movies as well as in real life.

 

  • Subject ‘They/We/All of us/All of them/One of us/One of them/Both of us/Both of them/One of our employees/The children/The people/The machines/etc’ is always treated as a third person Plural in English language and when adding a verb next to it , it should always be in the 1st form of the verb without s/es.
  • They follow the rules.
  • We divide the work amongst ourselves.
  • Those cats drink a lot of milk.
  • The teachers educate the children.
  • Wounds heal if proper care is taken.
  • One of us manage the office.
  • One of the mechanics polish the car.
  • The employees remain silent whenever the boss speaks.
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Answered on 13/09/2018 Language/Spoken English

Mayukh Basu

Versatile Trainer

The question you put is about the rate per Hour for teaching Spoken English of a batch of 25 student. I presume that the student are coming from a lowercass or a lower middle class family as they are taking education in vernacuar medium ( unable to afford Convent Schools). In that case as per my suggestion... read more

The question you put is about the rate per Hour for teaching Spoken English of a batch of 25 student. 

I presume that the student are coming from a lowercass or a lower middle class family as they are taking education in vernacuar medium ( unable to afford Convent Schools). 

In that case as per my suggestion you can fix a reasonable rate of Rs 50/hr per student. In that case even if some student has a 1 hour class perday for 5 days a week he needs to pay as low as = Rs (1x5x4x50) = Rs 1000 only. 

The teacher is earning @ 50x25x1x5x4 = Rs 25000. Which is reasonably good. 

The Rate per hour may vary from 50 to 100 depending on the size of the batch or the affordability of the student. This means if the batch size is small the rate per hour can be increased to 60 or 70 and so on. 

If your student are coming from affluent society or upper middle class family then obviously the rate will be much higher. Hope you will get a reasonable guideline from my answer.  

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Answered on 18/08/2018 Language/Spoken English Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/IELTS Coaching

NEHA BHOSALE

Learn Business English for a Lucrative Career

To improve your spoken language,first of all you should read a lot which includes your interest so that voacabulary is increased.Try speaking among your friends ,in the college/school answer the quesions asked in the class and be interactive which will develop your speaking skills.
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Answered on 12/07/2018 Language/Spoken English Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/IELTS Coaching

Navanitha Warrier

You can improve your English by the following steps : Start reading Newspapers and books of your interest. Dont read the books for the sake of reading.Read it necause you love it. So always chose an area of your interest. :Try to watch movies, or TV Series.Start watching it with subtitles. :Try to speak... read more

You can improve your English by the following steps

: Start reading Newspapers and books of your interest. Dont read the books for the sake of reading.Read it necause you love it. So always chose an area of your interest.

:Try to watch movies, or TV Series.Start watching it with subtitles.

:Try to speak on a particular topic everyday, may be to your friends or even standing in front of the mirror

:Try to speak in English.Sometimes you will not be fluent, at the first instance,but remember there is always a scope of improvement.

:Lastly, always try to learn new words, with the help of a dictionery

I feel by following these steps, you can speak English fluently..You will never halt in between.

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Answered on 12/07/2018 Language/Spoken English Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/IELTS Coaching

Ishak

just find lets talk page in youtube and watch videos... i think its a good way to improve ur english with grammar.
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Answered on 08/11/2015 Language/Spoken English

Chennai

Very simple it depends on how much you speak per day. If you learn practically you will improve soon ( like swimming).If you go to a local institute where a ready made material is taught you can not improve. Many advertise stating with in 30/ 60 days you will speak like a forigner which would merely... read more
Very simple it depends on how much you speak per day. If you learn practically you will improve soon ( like swimming).If you go to a local institute where a ready made material is taught you can not improve. Many advertise stating with in 30/ 60 days you will speak like a forigner which would merely be humbug. You put English as first lang and communicate through it rather than your mother tongue. For further details contact Chennai institute of English. Good luck read less
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Answered on 25/10/2015 Language/Spoken English

Sneha B.

Experienced English Honours and MA tutor

reading books and listening to English news will help u a lot but on the other hand u need to speak in English as much as u can
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