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Lesson Posted 3 days ago Language/Spoken English IELTS Listening Test Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/PTE Academic Exam Coaching

Listening Tips for all English competitive exams

Fairoz Hussain

Indian Navy veteran with 20 years Leadership, Technical and Managerial experience in Program/Project...

Hello there, This is first of the series of tips that I intend to write about for those interested in preparing/ taking their English competitive exams such as IELTS, TOEFL, CELPIP, PTE:- (a) Well, most of us start with a mind-block or scare of performance anxiety before the test. My advice to all... read more

Hello there,

This is first of the series of tips that I intend to write about for those interested in preparing/ taking their English competitive exams such as IELTS, TOEFL, CELPIP, PTE:-

(a) Well, most of us start with a mind-block or scare of performance anxiety before the test. My advice to all of you is to stay calm and not worry much on how you will perform. Invariably, having experienced it all my life, I can assure you that you 'll score much better if you stayed relaxed and focused during the exam.

(b) When you read about the subject/ topic of the listening section, you should think actively about that topic. It helps you in collating the words and thoughts in your mind that you may associate with that topic. It further helps in easily pre-empting the answers when you start answering the questions as you listen.

(c) Do not get perturbed if you are unable to answer and the verbal section has moved ahead. Try to re-focus on location in the questions and get yourself back into the test. Many times, if you think right on the context of the problem, you can guess the answer quite accurately.

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Lesson Posted on 15 Oct Language/Foreign Language/Spanish Language/Male tutor

Greetings And Salutations (Spanish)

Arif Akhtar

I have my diploma in Spanish Language besides that I am pursuing my Advance level.I have a keen interest...

Hi friends, here I am going to present you all some basic vocabs of Spanish the third widely spoken language of this world. 1)Hola- Hi, Hello 2)Buenos días - Good Morning 3)Buenas tardes - Good Evening 4)Buenas Noches - Good Night 5)Adiós - Byee 6) ¿Cómo estás?... read more

Hi friends, here I am going to present you all some basic vocabs of Spanish the third widely spoken language of this world.

1)Hola- Hi, Hello

2)Buenos días - Good Morning

3)Buenas tardes - Good Evening

4)Buenas Noches - Good Night

5)Adiós - Byee

6) ¿Cómo estás? - How are you?

Reply- Estoy Bien - I am good.

7) ¿Qué haces? - What are you doing?

Reply- Nada - Nothing

Estoy comiendo- I am eating.

8)¿Dónde estás? - Where are you?

Reply - Estoy en el Mercado- I am in the market.

9) ¿Qué hora es?- What is the time?

Reply- Son las ten de la mañana.

It's 10 o'clock in the morning.

10) Adiós, ten un supér día a todos.

Byee, have a super to all.

It's just an example of the greetings and questions that we make in Spanish. There are a lot more you have to come across to be proficient at Spanish. See you soon.

Adiós a todos

 

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Lesson Posted on 16 Oct Tuition Language/Hindi Language Language/Language translation services +4 Tuition/BA Tuition/Language and Linguistics Language/Hindi Language/Hindi Speaking Language/Hindi Language/Reading Language/Hindi Language/Writing less

Verbs for Framing Hindi Sentences

Vivek Tripathi

I am Hindi Tutor and experienced with teaching Hindi to Japanese and European students. My class includes...

Dear All, Whenever I teach Hindi to my international students, I used to tell them Verbs on my 5th class. With their 1st to 4th class, they are able to write Hindi sentences by listening to it. This list of Verb (in Hindi called as Kriya) changes its verb-form when it is used in sentences depending... read more

Dear All,

Whenever I teach Hindi to my international students, I used to tell them Verbs on my 5th class. With their 1st to 4th class, they are able to write Hindi sentences by listening to it. This list of Verb (in Hindi called as Kriya) changes its verb-form when it is used in sentences depending upon gender, context or quantity.

 

There is a verb called as Dekhna (To See). The Simplest Rule is like this :-

  • Dekhna   [Changes to]  Dekhta  - for Singular and Male Gender
  • Example- He sees - Wo dekhta Hai - (Hint- Here sentence itself says that Person is Male).

 

  • Dekhna   [Changes to]  Dekhti  - for Singular and Female Gender
  • Example- Wo dekhti Hai - (Hint- Here sentence itself says that Person is Female).

 

  • Dekhna   [Changes to]  Dekhte - for Plural and Male/Female Gender
  • Example- Wo dekhte Hain -  (Hint- Here sentence itself says that there are many People).

 

This is applied to all Verbs i.e. in all 100 % verbs and in accordance to that Rule, you can frame any sentences easily. (But Practice is Required and will take time !!). Here is List of Verbs which I used to give as "Assignments" to my students. You can also try making sentences with that-

 PS- Here Verbs are without use of Phonetics.

To Eat Khaanaa Khaata- Khaati - Khaate
To Go Jaanaa Jaataa- Jaati - Jaate
To Come AaaNaa Aaataa- Aaati- Aate
To Sleep SoNaa Sotaa- Soti- Sote
To See Dekhnaa Dekhtaa- Dekhti - Dekhte
To Take Lenaa Letaa - Leti - Lete
To Write Likhnaa Likhtaa- Likhti - Likhte
To Read Padhnaa Padhtaa- Padhti - Padhte
To Walk Chalnaa Chaltaa- Chalti - Chalte
To Jump Koodnaa Koodtaa - Koodti - Koodte
To Meet Milnaa Miltaa- Milti - Milte
To Bath Nahanaa Nahataa- Nahaati - Nahaate
To Do Karnaa Kartaa - Karti - Karte
To Drink Peenaa Peetaa- Peeti - Peete
To Buy Kharidnaa Kharidtaa - Kharidti - Kharidte
To Wash Dhonaa Dhotaa- Dhoti - Dhote
To Find Dhoodnaa Dhoodta - Dhoodti - Dhoodte
To Open Kholnaa Kholtaa - Kholti - Kholte
To Think Sochnaa Sochtaa- Sochti - Sochte
To Keep Rakhnaa Rakhtaa - Rakhti - Rakhte 
To Run Daudnaa Daudtaa - Daudti - Daudte
To Make Bananaa Banaataa- Banaati - Banaate

 

 Hope You will make new sentences with the compilation of these words. If You face any Issue, you can connect with me to resolve your doubts.

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Answered on 15 Oct Language/Spoken English

Isha Das

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Experience and methodology matter a lot while training anyone for any language. Certification is good but it is not the only criteria to choose a good teacher. Teaching skills are inculcated with time, passion for teaching and experience. You can find a good tutor between 3500-5000 a month. There are... read more

Experience and methodology matter a lot while training anyone for any language. Certification is good but it is not the only criteria to choose a good teacher. Teaching skills are inculcated with time, passion for teaching and experience. You can find a good tutor between 3500-5000 a month. There are few people who are not too greedy in terms of money and are reasonable too. Knowledge cant be patronized it can only be shared.....

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Answered on 13 Sep 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 09 Sep Language/Spoken English

Ajay Vora

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Hi, First of all you have to clear all concept of English grammar then it will help you to crack this exam
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Answered on 28 Aug Language/Foreign Language/Spanish Language/Female tutor

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The fee is on hour basis... 250rs per hour.
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Lesson Posted on 19/12/2016 Language/Spoken English

Classification of Pronouns

Kurapati Malathi Latha

Experience :I have 20 years of teaching experience.I worked as incharge principal for 5 years,worked...

Pronouns The term 'pronoun' covers many words, some of which do not fall easily under the description given in the section What are Pronouns? There are many different kinds of pronouns. In general, these do not cause difficulties for native English speakers. The list below is mainly for reference... read more

 

Pronouns

The term 'pronoun' covers many words, some of which do not fall easily under the description given in the section What are Pronouns? There are many different kinds of pronouns. In general, these do not cause difficulties for native English speakers. The list below is mainly for reference purposes.

Demonstrative Pronouns

These pronouns are used to demonstrate (or indicate). This, that, these and those are all demonstrative pronouns.

Examples:

This is the one I left in the car.
(In this example, the speaker could be indicating to a mobile phone, in which 
case, the pronoun "this" replaces the words "mobile phone".) 

Shall I take those?

Indefinite Pronouns

Unlike demonstrative pronouns, which point out specific items, indefinite pronouns are used for non-specific things. This is the largest group of pronouns. All, some, any, several, anyone, nobody, each, both, few, either, none, one and no one are the most common.

Example:

Somebody must have seen the driver leave.
(somebody - not a specific person)
We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars. (Oscar Wilde)
I have nothing to declare except my genius. (Oscar Wilde)

Interrogative Pronouns

These pronouns are used in questions. Although they are classified as pronouns, it is not easy to see how they replace nouns. Who, which, what, where and how are all interrogative pronouns.

Example:

Who told you to do that?

Possessive Pronouns

Possessive pronouns are used to show possession. As they are used as adjectives, they are also known as 'possessive adjectives'. My, your, his, her, its, our and their are all possessive pronouns.

Have you seen her book?
(In this example, the pronoun "her" replaces a word like "Sarah's".)

Relative Pronouns

Relative pronouns are used to add more information to a sentence. Which, that, who (including whom and whose) and where are all relative pronouns.

Examples:

Dr Adam Sissons, who lectured at Cambridge for more than 12 years, should
have known the difference.
(In this example, the relative pronoun "who" introduces the clause "who studied
at Cambridge for 12 years" and refers back to "Dr Adams Sissons".) 

The man who first saw the comet reported it as a UFO. 
(In this example, the relative pronoun "who" introduces the clause "who first 
saw the comet" and refers back to "the man".)

Absolute Possessive Pronouns

These pronouns also show possession. Unlike possessive pronouns (see above), which are adjectives to nouns, these pronouns sit by themselves. Mine, yours, his, hers, ours and theirs are all absolute possessive pronouns.

Examples:

The tickets are as good as ours.

Shall we take yours or theirs?

Reciprocal Pronouns

Reciprocal pronouns are used for actions or feelings that are reciprocated. The two most common reciprocal pronouns are each other and one another.

Examples:

They like one another.

They talk to each other like they're babies.

Reflexive Pronouns

A reflexive pronoun ends ...self or ...selves and refers to another noun or pronoun in the sentence. The reflexive pronouns are: myself, yourself, herself, himself, itself, ourselves, yourselves and themselves.

Example:

John bakes all the bread himself.
(In this example, the reflexive pronoun "himself" refers back to the noun "John".)

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Answered 3 days ago Language/Spoken English

Pronunciation of Mid-Word American English T + D ?

Hema C.

English Communication Skills Trainer

for example : Water - Here 'T' is in the middle position, if it is pronounced in Indian style, it should sound like 'T' in Tree. But in American English, the accent of "T' should sound like Wader making 'D' sound softer. It only happens when 'T' is in the middle position.
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