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Lesson Posted on 31 May Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

Importance of Voice in Effective Presentation Skills

Shankar Iyer

Having done MBA from a reputed institute and with over 25 years of work experience in India & abroad...

Whenever there is a presentation, the audience looks at the 'Presenter' and make a mental gauging/perception of the person ..! Which is not correct but as human beings we all get influenced by what we see first.A presenter has to be neatly dressed ( nothing flashy or elaborate) and has to have the confident... read more

Whenever there is a presentation, the audience looks at the 'Presenter' and make a mental gauging/perception of the person ..! Which is not correct but as human beings we all get influenced by what we see first.

A presenter has to be neatly dressed ( nothing flashy or elaborate) and has to have the confident body language which makes the audience look forward to the presentation.

Once the presentation starts, the voice and voice modulation of the presenter plays a big role in the success of the presentation. Many times essence of the presentation is lost just because of the presenter's voice nervous and shaky before a large audience.

This nervousness is the result of the presenter being "nervy " before an audience, the voice sounding different through the speaker system which is not the norm in the day to day communications..!

Hence to overcome this gap, a person should try practising reading LOUDLY ( newspapers, articles etc.) with clear pronunciations, pauses ( where ever necessary) in order for the brain and nervous system to get used to the loud voice..!!

The above point works out very well if practised sincerely..! Good Luck.

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Lesson Posted on 22 May Language/Spoken English Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

Simple Present or Present Continuous Tense Practice Sheet

Meghna Gupta

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Apply the correct tense in the given sentences. Hint: Watch out for the signal words in the sentence to identify correct tense - Simple present or Present Continuous Tense. 1. I ............................ my homework. do am doing 2. She ..................... as a receptionist. works is... read more

Apply the correct tense in the given sentences. 

Hint: Watch out for the signal words in the sentence to identify correct tense - Simple present or Present Continuous Tense.

1. I ............................ my homework.

do

am doing

2. She ..................... as a receptionist.

works

is working

3. He .......................... with his parents at the moment.

stays

is staying

4. I always ........................... up at 6 o'clock.

get

am getting

5. He is busy at the moment. He ......................... to a friend.

talks

is talking

6. I'm sorry but I ............................ what you mean.

am not understanding

do not understand

7. You ............................... too much fat food.

eat

are eating

8. Which TV channel ...............................?

are you usually watching

do you usually watch

9. What time ........................ the train arrive?

does

is

10. How often ............................... to the movies?

do you go

are you going

11. What ................................. at the moment?

do you do

are you doing

12. I usually ...................... early on Mondays.

am getting up

get up

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Lesson Posted on 05 Apr Language/Spoken English Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

Future Continuous Tense - Practice sheet

Meghna Gupta

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You can do this grammar quiz on page. 1. I ________ during heavy hour. will be driving will have drive will be drive 2. He will not be _____ the car today. take taken taking 3. They ________ the flat that weekend. using 'll be using 're be using 4. Priti _____ be coming to the picnic. won't won't not... read more

You can do this grammar quiz on page.

1. I ________ during heavy hour.

will be driving
will have drive
will be drive
2. He will not be _____ the car today.
take
taken
taking
3. They ________ the flat that weekend.
using
'll be using
're be using
4. Priti _____ be coming to the picnic.
won't
won't not
willn't
5. Where ________ going for the movie?
you be
will you
will you be
6. We'll be ________ the new program at 10pm.
watch
watching
to watch
7. I'll try my best to spot you. What ________ wearing?
will you
will
will you be
8. Don't forget your umbrella. It ________ by the time you get to school.
will raining
is raining
will be raining
9. At noon tomorrow, I ________ on a beach somewhere.
'll be relaxing
relax
will being relax
10. Sorry, I can't. I ________ my daughter to work at that time.
will be taking
'll take
won't be take

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Lesson Posted on 03 Apr Language/Spoken English Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

Conjunctions - Practice worksheet

Meghna Gupta

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Underline the conjunctions in the following sentences and state whether they are coordinating or subordinating. 1. You will succeed if you work hard. 2. I don’t know whether she will come. 3. Though she is poor, she is honest. 4. He must be asleep for there is no light in his room. 5. Because... read more

Underline the conjunctions in the following sentences and state whether they are coordinating or subordinating.

1. You will succeed if you work hard.

2. I don’t know whether she will come.

3. Though she is poor, she is honest.

4. He must be asleep for there is no light in his room.

5. Because I liked him, I tried to help him.

6. I will call you when I arrive.

7. I waited for hours, but she didn’t come.

8. James is taller than Harry.

9. Give me something to eat; else I will die of hunger.

10. We can travel by land or water.

11. Either you are mistaken, or I am.

12. The train had left before we reached the station.

13. I will go to Mexico after I have finished my work here.

14. She was so weak that she could not walk.

15. Unless you give me the money, I will shoot you.

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Lesson Posted on 13 Mar Language/Spoken English Tuition/BSc Tuition/Technical writing and Communication in English / Computational skills Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

3 Questions To Answer Before You Learn To Speak English

Durgesh Mishra

I have 12 years of rich experience in the corporate world hence I can help you to Speak & Write regular...

“There are only two types of speakers in the world. 1. The nervous and 2. Liars.” – Mark Twain According to Havard University, 84% people rated the fear of Public Speaking higher than fear of death. Now you can imagine that you are not alone in this world who is afraid of public speaking. Therefore,... read more

“There are only two types of speakers in the world. 1. The nervous and 2. Liars.” – Mark Twain

According to Havard University, 84% people rated the fear of Public Speaking higher than fear of death. Now you can imagine that you are not alone in this world who is afraid of public speaking.

Therefore, today I want to ask you few questions pertaining public speaking and our communications skills:

1. We have been reading English Books (school syllabus) since our childhood, still we can't speak English? That means if someone tells you to read the newspaper aloud, means it's not going to help you.

2. When you first went to school, were you not speaking Hindi? Yes, you were. Did you learn all Hindi grammar rules before you started speaking Hindi? No. That means if someone tells you to learn grammar rules, it will also not work.

3. Have you ever observe any 3 years old kid, who speaks his/her mother tongue without having enough storage of vocabulary? Observe, how that child does makeshift improvisation & gradually it improves his/her language proficiency. That means, mugging up newer and newer words will also not help you.

Remember, learning to speak is absolutely different than learning to write English.

Reading newspaper can improve your written skills, but it can't improve your spoken English as these articles and news are well drafted and written in written-type fashion. And you have to learn to speak off-hands.

Practicing in front of a mirror will definitely help you but it will give you passive-confidence. There is a huge difference between presenting in front of the audience and practicing alone.

In my next article, I will give you 5 tips to improve your speaking skills.

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Lesson Posted on 19 Feb Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

Professional Communication

Abhishek Singh

If you are curious and willing to learn, you have come to the right place. I am having an extensive experience...

The art of communication lies in getting your message across as fast and effectively as possible. The amount of noise increasing in the system is the problem for communication. Noise is generated when unnecessary information is included in the message. This can be in form of irrelevant statements, over... read more

The art of communication lies in getting your message across as fast and effectively as possible. The amount of noise increasing in the system is the problem for communication.

Noise is generated when unnecessary information is included in the message. This can be in form of irrelevant statements, over use of body language and even pauses and sounds that denote a gap in the communicated message .

For this very reason, it is important to keep your message simple and understandable. Make sure you have a clear idea of what you want to speak about. 

Avoid:

i. Avoid using jargons that are hard to understand for people.

ii. Avoid making sounds to hold the conversation while thinking what to say next.

iii. Avoid trying to sound smart as it might jumble up the whole message and make it more complicated than what it is supposed to be.

Good practice:

i. Speak in a language where even a 4 year old can understand you and comprehend the message being conveyed.

ii. Stop and assess your message beforehand.

iii. Take time to think and formulate message, and then start speaking.

iv. Have a mini strategy for situations where you feel you might face issues.

Communication is the simple art of encoding and decoding information, while maintaining the integrity of the message that is conveyed.

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Lesson Posted on 08 Feb Language/Spoken English Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/IELTS Coaching +1 Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/PTE Academic Exam Coaching less

Fill In The Blanks With Appropriate Forms Of The Verb Given In The Brackets

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Tenses exercise: Fill in the blanks with appropriate forms of the verb given in the brackets: 1. We usually go to Singapore on a holiday, but this year we (go) to Bangkok. 2. Heat (expand) and cold (contract). 3. A good player (practice) every day. 4. John usually (drink) coffee in the morning,... read more

Tenses exercise:

Fill in the blanks with appropriate forms of the verb given in the brackets:

1. We usually go to Singapore on a holiday, but this year we (go) to Bangkok.

2. Heat (expand) and cold (contract).

3. A good player (practice) every day.

4. John usually (drink) coffee in the morning, but today he (drink) tea.

5. The child (suffer) from pneumonia since last week.

6. He (write) a novel since October last, and he is about to finish it.

7. If he (work) hard, he will pass.

8. I (help) you if I had had money.

9. Time and tide (wait) for no man.

10. By this time next year he (complete) the construction of his house.

11. Whenever he is in London, my father (stay) with a friend of his.

12. He (court) her for two years now, but he (not propose) to her yet.

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Lesson Posted on 17/11/2017 Language/Spoken English Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

How To Expand Your Vocabulary # 2. Learn A Word A Day

Meghna Gupta

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1. It is imperative to create a vocabulary list to initiate learning. Most of these vocabulary should come from daily life events. It allows us to start framing small sentences used in everyday sequences. 2. The next step towards learning English Language is - Learn a word a day. Create a journal for... read more

1. It is imperative to create a vocabulary list to initiate learning. Most of these vocabulary should come from daily life events. It allows us to start framing small sentences used in everyday sequences.

2. The next step towards learning English Language is - Learn a word a day. Create a journal for you and start writing a new word everyday along with its meaning and try to use it withing that day.

3. Slowly, you will have a pool of new words and its meaning.

4. There are many apps and websites available these days, once you subscribe to these website, it sends you one word everyday.

5. You can gather new words by listening to music, movies and reading articles.

6. Learning a word everyday is certainly an effecient step towards getting comfortable towards language.

7. We shall see some more steps towards a successful grip on language.

 

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Lesson Posted on 17/11/2017 Language/Spoken English Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

How To Expand Your Vocabulary # 1. Try To Know And Learn Synonyms And Antonyms

Meghna Gupta

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Each one of us desires to have a never ending and excellent vocabulary as a base to speak English flawlessly and fluently. But, for sure there are blocks and humps which stops us from achieving our motto to become good English Speakers. I would like to suggest some important points and activities to... read more

Each one of us desires to have a never ending  and excellent vocabulary as a base to speak English flawlessly and fluently. But, for sure there are blocks and humps which stops us from achieving our motto to become good English Speakers.

I would like to suggest some important points and activities to follow in order to expand and enrich vocabulary to master the language.

1. Know, understand and learn the synonyms and antonyms of the words.

2. Every language has innumerable words which are closely associated. First let us understand the meaning of synonyms and antoyms.

3. Synonyms are the words that have same meaning or nearly exact meaning.

4. Antonyms are the words that have opposite meaning.

Example:  Let us take the word ABSORB , meaning - to take in  in a natural way.

5. Synonym: Soak, sponge, imbibe.

6. Antonym: Renew, replace.

So, if we understand and learn synonym and antonym of the words then, at once we learn and know 6 new words in a shot.

We shall look for more ways to enrich the vocab. in my upcoming lessons.

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Answered on 27/10/2017 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

Neville Rodrigues

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Nikita ... I teach Communication and in that I teach English too. The difference in the way I teach is first of all there is no grammar classes whatsoever. Secondly I completely discourage reading Newspapers. third is I advice you NOT to speak to another person in English. ALL True but with conditions.... read more
Nikita ... I teach Communication and in that I teach English too. The difference in the way I teach is first of all there is no grammar classes whatsoever. Secondly I completely discourage reading Newspapers. third is I advice you NOT to speak to another person in English. ALL True but with conditions. 1. Newspapers nowadays have mastered TRP english and TRP titles. All their content nearly 95% is on crime , violence and related. You will learn all the worng things. Long long and even longer back the Newspaper English was definitely a great way to learn . NO MORE. 2. Speaking to someone means the other has to know BETTER English than YOU. AAAND he/she must be empathetic towards your desire to learn the language. I have an online Spoken English Course you may want to explore it. read less
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