true

Find the best tutors and institutes for Language

Find Best Language classes

Please select a Category.

Please select a Locality.

No matching category found.

No matching Locality found.

Search for topics

Language Updates

Ask a Question

Post a Lesson

All

All

Lessons

Discussion

Lesson Posted 1 day ago Language/Spoken English

Why English

Elan Academy

Elan Academy brings affordable exam preparation and professional development Online and Classroom Training...

Why English: English is essential for three main reasons. The first is English is a universal language. No matter where you are, people tend to talk with you in English. My father highlights the importance of English that could help me to travel to new places, meet new people, and access a vast pool... read more

Why English:

English is essential for three main reasons.

The first is English is a universal language. No matter where you are, people tend to talk with you in English. My father highlights the importance of English that could help me to travel to new places, meet new people, and access a vast pool of information.

The second is English is widely used in many scientific circles for publication, especially in science and technology, medicine, business and social sciences. A majority of the scientific journal shows that scientists use to describe what is going on inside their experiment. Most complicated processes include graphs, pie charts, bar graphs to explain trends and draw conclusions from information interpreted and analysed by scientists. That is important.

The third is: English is used as a spoken language. You cannot refuse to say that in any conference, most people don’t use English as a means of communication. As you can see from TED talk, people with different ethnic groups and backgrounds show themselves on a stage and speak English with confidence. With varying tones of voice and meaning, we cannot ignore that English is not a universal language. The trend continues to rise because technology accelerates global transformation. No matter where you live, Asia, North America, or South America are all connected because internet connection ties together. People seem to get to know one another quite easily. But, while technology is open for free access to a vast majority of knowledge and information, we cannot deny that social security may contribute to positive or negative consequential outcomes of open access.

How can we protect themselves from unexpected criminals?

How do we make sure that our information will not be misused in a negative light?

Well, the result seems unpredictable, but protectable when learning how to approach anyone or anything properly can reduce uncompromising risks occurring in everyday communication.

So, I strongly support the idea that English is essential for global citizens.

read less
Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Lesson Posted on 12 Oct Language/Spoken English

Parts of Speech

Suganya

I am a soft skills trainer and I'm expert in improving the skills that will take you to the next level.I...

Parts of Speech: Noun: Names of person/ Place / Things / Animals Pronoun: It defines the relationship of a noun Verb: It is something that describes an action Adjective: It always answers a question what kind of? Adverb: An Adverb is something that describes a verb Preposition: It combines... read more

Parts of Speech:

 

Noun: Names of person/ Place / Things / Animals

Pronoun: It defines the relationship of a noun 

Verb: It is something that describes an action

Adjective: It always answers a question what kind of?

Adverb: An Adverb is something that describes a verb

Preposition: It combines with the noun and pronoun and makes a relation 

Interjection: It is a word which describes a strong feeling or Emotion

read less
Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Lesson Posted on 07 Oct Language/Bengali Speaking

Concept of Present tense (I/we/Aami)

Priyanka Mitra

I am a Bengali speaking trainer. At present I am working as school teacher in a higher secondary school....

I read - Aami pori(pora) I go - Aami jai(jawa) I sleep - Aami ghumai(ghumano) I play - Aami kheli(khela) I stand - Aami darai(darano) *Note - When we use aami/Aamra root verb close with * I*.
Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Looking for Language classes

Find best Language classes in your locality on UrbanPro.

FIND NOW

Answered on 19 Aug Language/Spoken English

Sneha

A qualified teacher for English,social science (VI to X), all subjects (Ito V) with 5 yrs exp.

In simple words, I would like to answer this question by only explaining one point. It's a rule in standard GB English. That any word which has a consonant after R, or nothing after R, there will be a stress on the syllable before R and R are silent while pronouncing, e.g., sir, tart, mart, superb, bird... read more

In simple words, I would like to answer this question by only explaining one point.

It's a rule in standard GB English.

That any word which has a consonant after R, or nothing after R, there will be a stress on the syllable before R and R are silent while pronouncing, e.g., sir, tart, mart, superb, bird etc.

Whereas if any word has a vowel after R then only we pronounce R  in that word. For, e.g., rat, care, rope, rice etc. Also, there is a difference in pronunciation due to rhotic and non-rhotic English. Generally, all the speakers from countries like India, Canada, Pakistan, US etc. are rhotic and thus pronounce R in their speech. Rhotic is used at the mass level if we learn English as our 2nd language. But If we want to learn standard  GB English, then we need to look for this non-rhotic rule.

read less
Answers 129 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 29 Sep Language/Tamil Language

Surekha S.

Commerce Accounts Economics - TN stateboard (11-12) , English, Social - TN board (6-8)

Tamil is the mother language of all south Indian languages, and it is easy to learn, write and speak. You can talk to Tamil in 15 - 30 days, and you can talk about it in fluently as you practice it daily.
Answers 24 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 31 Mar Language/Spoken English

Shuvankar Pal

18 Years of Experience in Communicative English, Soft Skills , Life Skills and Behavioral Training.

To overcome the mother tongue influence, you need to listen and learn by heart the pronunciation of neutral accent and the accent of native English. You need to practice and listen and then listen and practice very attentively. It has been proved that if you exercise for four weeks very carefully, you... read more

To overcome the mother tongue influence, you need to listen and learn by heart the pronunciation of neutral accent and the accent of native English. You need to practice and listen and then listen and practice very attentively. It has been proved that if you exercise for four weeks very carefully, you can come out of MTI. But for this, you need proper instruction from an appropriate Guide.

read less
Answers 79 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 17 Jul Language/Spoken English

Dr. Bharat Chaugule

Transformational Life Coach & NLP Expert

I will give an analogy to you. You are telling just like that despite knowing traffic rules and regulation; I can not drive a car in the city. For English speaking or any language speaking, grammar is secondary whereas speaking is primary.
Answers 121 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 28/09/2018 Language/Hindi Language Language/Hindi Language/Hindi Speaking

Tanvi Madbhavi

Highly Qualified Tutor

My designed course is of 25 days, it will take 25 days for you to learn the language fluently. Join my course, contact now.
Answers 56 Comments 7
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 12 Aug Language/Spoken English Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personality Development Training

Dr. Bharat Chaugule

Transformational Life Coach & NLP Expert

You can boost your level of confidence, read motivational books, get an environment of positive people around you, understand the behaviour of customer or clients. Keep your commitments and respect others.
Answers 109 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Looking for Language classes

Find best Language classes in your locality on UrbanPro.

FIND NOW

Answered on 20/01/2015 Language/Spoken English

Manohar P.

Home Tuitor for Class V to X,Computer,Speaking English,CBSE, ICSE & State Board

An argument is defined as 1. "A discussion of differing point of view; 2. A quarrel; a dispute 3. a. A course of reasoning aimed at demonstrating truth of falsehood b. A persuasive reason" To discuss is defined as 1. "To speak with others about; talk over 2. To examine (a subject) in speech or writi...
Answers 151 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

About UrbanPro

UrbanPro.com helps you to connect with the best Language classes in India. Post Your Requirement today and get connected.

Overview

Questions 2.2 k

Lessons 1105

Total Shares  

+ Follow 126,471 Followers

Related Topics

Top Contributors

Connect with Expert Tutors & Institutes for Language

x

Ask a Question

Please enter your Question

Please select a Tag

X

Looking for Language Classes?

Find best tutors for Language Classes by posting a requirement.

  • Post a learning requirement
  • Get customized responses
  • Compare and select the best

Looking for Language Classes?

Find best Language Classes in your locality on UrbanPro

Post your learning requirement

UrbanPro.com is India's largest network of most trusted tutors and institutes. Over 25 lakh students rely on UrbanPro.com, to fulfill their learning requirements across 1,000+ categories. Using UrbanPro.com, parents, and students can compare multiple Tutors and Institutes and choose the one that best suits their requirements. More than 6.5 lakh verified Tutors and Institutes are helping millions of students every day and growing their tutoring business on UrbanPro.com. Whether you are looking for a tutor to learn mathematics, a German language trainer to brush up your German language skills or an institute to upgrade your IT skills, we have got the best selection of Tutors and Training Institutes for you. Read more