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Lesson Posted on 03 Jan Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Business English Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Motivational Training

50 Reasons To Read Books

Bharat Koli

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1. Books help to feel more confident. 2. Books help to travel around the world in the cheapest way. 3. Books develop your personality. 4. Books provide food for thought. 5. Books make you laugh and think. 6. Books draw you towards perfection. 7. Books stimulate creativity. 8. Books bring out writing... read more

1. Books help to feel more confident.

2. Books help to travel around the world in the cheapest way.

3. Books develop your personality.

4. Books provide food for thought.

5. Books make you laugh and think.

6. Books draw you towards perfection.

7. Books stimulate creativity.

8. Books bring out writing talent.

9. Books help in communicating.

10. Books clear your vision.

11. Books satisfy your curiosity.

12. Books help you make more choices.

13. Books help you build literary talent.

14. Books do not require any special device to teach.

15. Books increase your attention span.

16. Books are fruitful pastime.

17. Books can be used anytime, anywhere.

18. Books provide entertainment, when others fail.

19. Books make you powerful.

20. Books help you know the 'Whys' and 'Hows' of everything.

21. Books help you to create and spread fun.

22. Books help you travel across time intelligently.

23. Books keep you updated with facts and figures.

24. Books spread love, affection and knowledge.

25. Books make the best of friends.

26. Books take you to intellectual environment.

27. Books help you feel the world around you.

28. Books entertain your mind.

29. Books broaden your horizon.

30. Books bring Nature to your doorstep.

31. Books bring about a 'personality change'.

32. Books increase comprehension.

33. Books do not require company.

34. Books are stress-busters.

35. Books develop a sense of belonging to people around you.

36. Books provide mental and physical relaxation.

37. Books act as a communication tool.

38. Books are intellectually satisfying activity.

39. Books provide spiritual experience.

40. Books provide emotional strength.

41. Books build your self-esteem.

42. Books help and encourage your imagination to soar.

43. Books make you smarter and wiser.

44. Books help you grow.

45. Books take you to a 'world of dreams'.

46. Books can change your life and vision.

47. Books help in achieving 'life goals'.

48. Books develop wonderful experience.

49. Books transform lives.

50. Books inspire, books motivate, books build nations.

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Lesson Posted on 23/12/2017 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Business English

5 Benefits Of Learning Proficient English Speaking

Edusmart Skills

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Some advantages for learning English proficiently via live instructor due to which learning a language through online is the biggest revolutions in today’s world. There is no doubt that interactive video that inspires and engage students to create an interest for long period of time. That contains... read more

Some advantages for learning English proficiently via live instructor due to which learning a language through online is the biggest revolutions in today’s world. There is no doubt that interactive video that inspires and engage students to create an interest for long period of time. That contains an modernization and effective means for teachers and makes you to learn English language.

To understand the reasons for learn English speaking:

  • Interactive: Learning powerful language like English it requires the course to be very interactive as an accent which may not be learnt by simply reading or listening. In order to learn English language, speaking or writing that is very important to boost your participation.

  • Increases Participation: Participation is one of those workhorse didactic systems that simply utilize and get clear regularly very effective at finishing the various learning objectives. It is crucial to help us to remember the most important of participation and especially when it requires lot of struggle and hard work to get student to participate and equivalent to pulling a hen’s teeth.

  • Brings the outside world into the classroom: Research has shown the best way to service of a video it's an improvement for the lesson, or a unit of a study. Video ought to be consumed with an aspects of codes alongside other asset the material is available to you for an instructing brief in a specific points. Teachers can plan for the usage of a video in the classroom similarly to other study assets.

  • Reaches your aim easily: An ultimate aim is to learn English speaking which should be achieved in a good manner where students can feel like to get motivate through the sufficient hands on learning process. Video and other interactive tools are the most effective and recommended collaterals.

  • Access anytime: As you wish by enhancing your English speaking skills by online learning it's a remarkable decision. By an online English course when you back to your place from work, and easily plan a time period for your class then it’s easy for you. Get settle, turn on tablet, smartphone or PC, logged in to the meeting, and attend the class.

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Lesson Posted on 17/11/2017 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Business English

Basics Classes For Frammar

Sasikala Prakash

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Parts Of Speech: Words are often named according to how they are used in sentences. These names for the words are called their parts of speech. The eight parts of speech in English are: I. Nouns: 1. The names of persons, places, things, feelings, or ideas. Nouns usually answer the questions who or what. 2.... read more

Parts Of Speech:

Words are often named according to how they are used in sentences. These names for the words are called their parts of speech. The eight parts of speech in English are:


I. Nouns:

1. The names of persons, places, things, feelings, or ideas. Nouns usually answer the questions who or what.

2. Nouns are often preceded by "noun markers," the words a, an, and the. The word answering "who or what" asked after a noun marker will be a noun.

3. Nouns usually form a plural by adding an s. If you are unsure if a word is a noun, try adding s to mean more than one. If it works, the word is probably a noun.

4. Word endings -ance, -ancy, -ence, -ice, -ion, -ity, -ment, -ness, and -ure usually form nouns.

 

II. Verbs:

1. Verbs are words which show action or doing. All sentences must have at least one verb.

2. A few verbs, called "linking verbs," express that someone or something exists or is a certain way. Memorize them: be, am, is, are, was, were, been, being. They are always verbs.

3. Verbs change form to show a difference in time. If you change a sentence from present to past, or past to present, the words which change are verbs.

4. Complete verbs may include two or more verbs working together and consisting of a main verb and "helping verbs." The only words that can be helping verbs are: can, could, will, would, shall, should, may, might, must -- (always helping verbs)
have, has, had, do, does, did,be, am, is, are, was, were, been, being -- (helping or main)

5. The endings -ify and -ize usually form verbs; -ing or -ed endings are common verb forms.

6. Check verbs by fitting them in one of the following: He or she _______. They _______.

 

III. Adjectives:

1. Adjectives are words which describe only nouns. They tell what kind? or how many?

2. The noun markers a, an, and the are always adjectives.

3. Adjectives pile up in front of nouns. For example: the big, red, flashy car. All underlined words are adjectives describing the noun car.

4. Adjectives may also follow a linking verb and describe the subject of a sentence. For example: The car is big, red, and flashy.

5. The word endings -able, -ful, - ible, - ical, -ious, -ive, -y usually form adjectives.

 

IV. Pronouns:

1. Pronouns are words which take the place of nouns to keep from repeating the nouns over and over in a sentence or paragraph.

2. The most common pronouns are: I, he, we, she, they, me, him, us, her, them, it, this, that, who, which, what.

3. One form of pronoun shows possession or ownership. These possessive pronouns work like adjectives, describing nouns. They include the words my, mine, his, her, hers, our, ours, their, theirs, your, yours, its, and whose. Note that they don’t use apostrophes.

 

V. Prepositions:

1. Prepositions are common words which begin prepositional phrases (groups of words which work together). Prepositional phrases always start with a preposition and end with a noun or pronoun, and the entire phrase describes other words.

2. Most prepositions indicate time, place, or position.

3. The most common prepositions are: at, to, with, from, for, of, on, in, into, onto,between, under, over, against, and around. Your textbook has a more complete list of prepositions.

 

VI. Conjunctions:

1. Conjunctions are words which hook words, phrases, or sentences.

2. The most common conjunctions are: for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so. Other common conjunctions are: because, when, while, as, since, although, whenever.

3. Check your textbook for a more complete list of these "subordinating conjunctions."

 

VII. Adverbs:

1. Adverbs describe verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs. They answer the questions: how, when, where, why, or under what conditions.

2. A number of words are always adverbs. They include: not, very, often, here, almost, always, never, there, and too.

3. Adverbs very often end with -ly. However, be careful: not all words ending in -ly are adverbs.

 

VIII. Interjections:

1. Words which express emotion or are "fillers" in sentences, but which serve little other function are called interjections.
For example: The underlined words in each of these sentences are interjections.
Oh, I am surprised. Ouch! I hit my hand. Yes, I am here.

2. Remember: The part of speech is determined by how a word is used in a sentence. The same word may be a noun, verb, adjective, preposition, or conjunction according to how it is used.

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Answered on 27/09/2017 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Business English

How much is the fee of English speaking course?

Vicky Learning Centre

Dear Riya, The English speaking course duration is 2 months . The classes are held three days a week of 2 hours each. The fee is 3000. We provide full guarantee to the student for speaking fluent English provided he has passed at least 12th standard with English subject. The fee is fully refunded if... read more
Dear Riya, The English speaking course duration is 2 months . The classes are held three days a week of 2 hours each. The fee is 3000. We provide full guarantee to the student for speaking fluent English provided he has passed at least 12th standard with English subject. The fee is fully refunded if the student is not satisfied after attending 3 consecutive classes. read less
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Answered on 21/09/2017 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Business English

Can I speak and write english language?

Vicky Learning Centre

Dear Pradeep, I am sorry that your question is incomplete. Every person who is literate can learn any language by reading, listening,writing and speaking. Any other person who is illiterate can speak the language by listening and speaking through gradual practice. The duration of practice depends upon... read more
Dear Pradeep, I am sorry that your question is incomplete. Every person who is literate can learn any language by reading, listening,writing and speaking. Any other person who is illiterate can speak the language by listening and speaking through gradual practice. The duration of practice depends upon the will power and the time devoted for it. I hope you will start learning as soon as possible and get good result. Good Luck. read less
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Answered on 01/09/2017 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Business English

How to be a public speaker?

Vicky Learning Centre

Dear Sunil Kumar, To become a public speaker one must have a command over the language. He must have the communication skills to communicate his lecture in a very simple and interesting way. He should have the ability to take care of the audience of all ages. His lecture should be above the relegion... read more
Dear Sunil Kumar, To become a public speaker one must have a command over the language. He must have the communication skills to communicate his lecture in a very simple and interesting way. He should have the ability to take care of the audience of all ages. His lecture should be above the relegion and a particular community unless the topic demands specifically. The speaker must be cheerfull and has the ability to answer the questions of audience. If any one possesses these qualities, he qualifies to be a good speaker. read less
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Answered on 22 Jan Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Business English

How to learn best English speaking?

Tanvi Madbhavi

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Reading a lot matters. You must read a lot and lot due to which your vocabulary will be improved. You can listen to english songs and watch english films.
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Answered on 24/08/2017 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Business English Language/Spoken English

How could I be able to speak English with a bit fluency within 25 days?

Sagar M Yadav

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You Need to take any book which has simple translated sentences in Hindi to English...Just read in hindi and try to answer in english, check the answer from the book...after doing this exercise for various types of questions you will definitely gain a bit fluency & practiced regularly.
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Answered on 21/09/2017 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Business English

How do i improve my communication skill

Vicky Learning Centre

Dear Mohammed, First of all I would point out that we unnecessary undermine our communication skill ourselves. We communicate well to our mother but not to our father. we communicate well to our friends but not strangers. So it is the level of comfort that is required while talking to someone. Now comes... read more
Dear Mohammed, First of all I would point out that we unnecessary undermine our communication skill ourselves. We communicate well to our mother but not to our father. we communicate well to our friends but not strangers. So it is the level of comfort that is required while talking to someone. Now comes the language. If you are lacking in English language you can not communicate well so you have to analyse the exact reason and start working on it. Good Luck read less
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Answered on 07/09/2017 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Business English

I want to know how to speak English fluently

Dr Arvind Kumar Singh

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Dear Shailendra , you can speak fluently English with the help of appropriate teacher ,who mentor your mind day to day basis. Keep your motivation strong and excitement regularly.with the practice you have overwhelm your mind. Dr a k singh
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