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

dialogues between grocery store shopkeeper and customer

Meghnaa Gupta

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Sales assistant : Good morning, can I help you? Customer : Yes, please. I am not able to find dark chocolates. Sales assistant : Any specific brand of chocolates? Customer : Yes, Morde. Sales Assistant : Those chocolates are placed near cash counter. I am sure you can find them there. Customer :... read more

Sales assistant : Good morning, can I help you?

Customer : Yes, please. I am not able to find dark chocolates.

Sales assistant : Any specific brand of chocolates?

Customer : Yes, Morde.

Sales Assistant : Those chocolates are placed near cash counter. I am sure you can find them there.

Customer : Thank you.

Customer : I want a loaf of bread as well.

Sales Assistant :  Here you are.

Sales Assistant : Do you want anything else?

Customer: How much has to be paid?

Sales Assistant : Rs.350 , cash/card

Sales Assistant : r u going to pay via cash or card.

Customer : I will pay cash.

Sales Assistant : Here is the change.

Customer : thank you.

 

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Lesson Posted on 04 Jul Language/Spoken English Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

Descritptive words

Meghnaa Gupta

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Descriptive Words : Descriptive words are words that help to describe action. These words can be noun/verb/ adverb/ adjective. Lets see some examples of descriptive words : Large : Big, Huge, Massive, tremendous, gigantic. Said: asked, replied, told, stated, called Hard: challenging, demanding, tough,... read more

Descriptive Words : Descriptive words are words that help to describe action. These words can be noun/verb/ adverb/ adjective.

Lets see some examples of descriptive words :

Large : Big, Huge, Massive, tremendous, gigantic.

Said: asked, replied, told, stated, called

Hard: challenging, demanding, tough, gruelling, rigid.

Kind: benevolent, thoughtful, loving, sweet, considerate.

Funny: amusing, humorous, comical, witty, whimsical.

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Lesson Posted on 04 Jul Language/Spoken English Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

words and meanings

Meghnaa Gupta

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1. plaintive - expressive sorrow 2. acumen - cleverness. 3. jawbreaker - a word that is hard to pronounce 4. austerity - severity of manner 5. astounding - amazing 6. tresses - a long lock of women's hair 7. trauma - shock, distress. 8. dandy - stylish and fashionable 9. robust - strong and healthy 10.... read more

1. plaintive - expressive sorrow

2. acumen - cleverness.

3. jawbreaker - a word that is hard to pronounce

4. austerity - severity of manner

5. astounding - amazing

6. tresses - a long lock of women's hair

7. trauma - shock, distress.

8. dandy - stylish and fashionable

9. robust - strong and healthy

10. Quirky - unusual

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

TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION .

Gaurav Deshmukh

Soft Skills, Personality Development and Spoken English Coach for over 4 successful years. Helped thousands...

Communication is a process of sharing information. The communication process has five steps, i.e. ideation, encoding, transmission, decoding and feedback. The four main channels of communication are as follows:-1. Downward communication.2. Upward communication.3. Horizontal communication.4. Diagonal... read more

Communication is a process of sharing information. The communication process has five steps, i.e. ideation, encoding, transmission, decoding and feedback. The four main channels of communication are as follows:-
1. Downward communication.
2. Upward communication.
3. Horizontal communication.
4. Diagonal communication.
1. DOWNWARD COMMUNICATION- Downward communication refers to the connection from the higher level in the managerial hierarchy to the lower ones.
2. UPWARD COMMUNICATION- Upward communication refers to the connection from the lower level, such as branch manager of a company to the managing director of the company.
3. HORIZONTAL COMMUNICATION- Horizontal communication takes place between professional peer groups or people working on the same level of the hierarchy.
4. DIAGONAL COMMUNICATION- Diagonal communication occurs between people who do not have to follow the rigid norms of a communication protocol; it flows in all directions.
Technical communication is a transmission of technical and professional information from one individual or group to another. Technical communication involves all four skills of language, i.e. listening, speaking, reading and writing.  Communication barriers include improper encoding, bypassing, the frame of reference, physical distractions, psychological and emotional interference and cultural differences.
The four stages of listening are sensing, message decoding/interpretation, evaluation and response. Listening comprehension involves speech decoding, comprehension and linguistic discourse analysis. Active listening demands concentration, involvement and responsibility. Active listening includes using non-verbal skills, improving the speaker's contribution, asking questions, making clarifications and analyzing a verbal message. Team listening involves avoiding distractions, negative non-verbal signals and interruptions while analyzing and noting important facts objectively and attentively. Intensive listening includes:-
1. Listening to the introduction.
2. Listening to the body.
3. Listening to the conclusion.

 

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Lesson Posted on 20 May Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Interview Skills Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

Tips to nail the interview

Hima Bindu More

Dale Carnegie certified trainer with 11 years of experience in soft skills and behavioural skills training....

When you are finally selected for the face to face round, it is obvious to get excited as well as nervous. Below tips can help you dealing with both and boosting your confidence. 1. Understand the requirement: Go through job description in details 2. Know the company: Reason for their existence, business... read more

When you are finally selected for the face to face round, it is obvious to get excited as well as nervous. Below tips can help you dealing with both and boosting your confidence.

1. Understand the requirement: Go through job description in details

2. Know the company: Reason for their existence, business model, profit and loss

3. Prepare in advance: Anticipate questions and prepare

4. Update your CV: Match the CV with Job Description and update accordingly 

5. Be Punctual: Arrive much before the scheduled time

6. Dress up well: Focus on your attire, it must suit your attitude

7. Be Confident: Show the confidence in your body language

8. Be Honest: Lies will not save you longer. So be conscious 

9. Body Language: Compliment it with your speech

10. Salary Negotiations: Be reasonable while negotiating 

Following the above 10 rules will help you in nailing the interview easier.

 

 

 

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

Interjections

Meghnaa Gupta

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An interjection is a word which is used to express feeling. Example: 1. Hurrah! Our team won the match! The word ' hurrah' expresses joy. 2. Bravo! Well done! The word 'bravo' expresses praise. 3. Alas! We los the match. The word... read more

An interjection is a word which is used to express feeling.

Example: 1. Hurrah! Our team won the match!

                The word ' hurrah' expresses joy.

            2. Bravo! Well done!

              The word 'bravo' expresses praise.

           3. Alas! We los the match.

             The word 'alas' expresses sorrow/sadness.

Some other interjeection are:

Oh! (to show sadness or wonder or surprise)

Hush! (to tell someone to be quite)

Hello! (to greet someone)

What! (to show surprise or anger).

 

We always put an exclamation (!) after an interjection.

Exercise 1.

1. Hello! What are you doing there?

2. Alas! He is dead.

3. Hurrah! We have won the game.

4. Ah! Have they gone.

5. Oh! got such a fright.

6. Hush! Don't make noise.

 

 

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Lesson Posted on 09 Feb Language/Spoken English Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

Articles - chapter 1.

Meghnaa Gupta

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Vowel and Consonants We know that the English alphabets consist of 26 letters in all. Of these a,e, I,o, you are called vowels. The rest of them are called consonants. The words pens, book, bat, doctor and temple are all noun. All of them are in the singular number. All of them begin with a consonant... read more

 

Vowel and Consonants

We know that the English alphabets consist of 26 letters in all. Of these a,e, I,o, you are called vowels. The rest of them are called consonants.

 The words pens, book, bat, doctor and temple are all noun. All of them are in the singular number. All of them begin with a consonant sound. We have used 'a' before all of them.

 We use 'a' before common nouns.

which are in singular number and

. which begin with a consonant sound

Example: a pen, a book, a bat, a tiger, a doctor.

 

An - The words apple, orange, umbrella, ox, and aeroplane are also nouns. They are also in the singular number. But all of them begin with a vowel sound.  We have used 'an' before all of them.

We also say an inkpot, an ice cream, an elephant, an ant.

But, we do not say 'an hour' we say 'an hour', an honest man. These two words begin with 'H' which is not a vowel, But 'H' is not pronounced when we say 'hour or honest'.The sound is that of  'ar' and 'au.'

hour - ar    

honest - aunest.                  

 

 

 

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Lesson Posted on 09 Feb Language/Spoken English Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

Article - chapter 2.

Meghnaa Gupta

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Articles - Lesson 2. We say 'a uniform', a European, a one rupee coin. Though these words begin with vowels, we do not put 'an' before them. It is because:- > Uniform is pronounced as you-ni-form. > European as You-ro-pean. > One rupee as vun/wun. Thus, their sounds correspond to consonants... read more

Articles - Lesson 2.

We say 'a uniform', a European, a one rupee coin. Though these words begin with vowels, we do not put 'an' before them. It is because:-

> Uniform is pronounced as you-ni-form.

> European as You-ro-pean.

> One rupee as vun/wun.

 

Thus, their sounds correspond to consonants (Y,u/w) and not vowels. So we put "a" and not ' an' before them.

'The'

The articles 'the' is used before Proper nouns:

> The Bhagwat Gita

> The Ganga.

Also, 'the' is used when we talk about a particular thing.

I met a girl on the street. ( 'a girl' means any girl)

The girl whom I met on the street. ( 'the girl' means particular girl)

 

Exercise : Fill in the blanks with a/an/the. Put X where no article is required.

1. _____Tendulkar is ______Indian player.

2. _____ apple _______ day keeps_____doctor away.

3. _____Cows are_______domestic______animals.

4. _________last question is easiest.

5. ______Sarla is ___ actress.

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Answered on 31 Jan Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

Gopalakrishnan T

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Soft skill is a general terminology used to define multiple capabilities. One of the skills is communication skill. Other examples of soft skill training are Leadership skill, group discussion, presentation skill, emotional intelligence, time management, stress management, anger management and motivation... read more

Soft skill is a general terminology used to define multiple capabilities. One of the skills is communication skill. Other examples of soft skill training are Leadership skill, group discussion, presentation skill, emotional intelligence, time management, stress management, anger management and motivation etc. More than 60 skills are there under the heading of soft skill.

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Lesson Posted on 08/02/2018 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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