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Lesson Posted on 01/12/2020 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training Language/Spoken English Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training +1 Language less

How to Initiate Your Speech: Multiple Expressions & Phrases Used Worldwide

Shyam Kumar

A faculty of language trainer at macmillan india(noida)-a company from uk and an online instructor at...

COMMUNICATION SKILL: Day-1 How to Initiate/ Your Sentences/ Speech: Sentence Starter In an informal conversation where people express their opinion: I would say…………………… e.g., I would say smoking should be banned. The prevalent ways... read more

COMMUNICATION SKILL: Day-1 [Expressing: Views/Opinion/Thoughts]

How to Initiate/ Your Sentences/ Speech: Sentence Starter

  • In an informal conversation where people express their opinion:
    • I would say……………………

 e.g., I would say smoking should be banned.

  • The prevalent ways of introducing one’s opinion are:

I think, I believe, I feel, I suppose, I assume, I regret, I find, I mean, I say, I mind, I find, I recommend,…

e.g., I think teachers should be paid much more.

  • The way to introduce a negative opinion is generally:

I don’t think/feel/believe/ suppose/ recommend/assume/regret/say/mind/mean…

(e.g.: I don’t think teachers are well paid)

  • Slightly formal ways of introducing one’s opinion:***
  • To my mind,……………………
  • In my opinion……………………..
  • In my view,………………………
  • From my point of view,……………….
  • It seems to me, ……………………..
  • It appears to me,……………………..

e.g., In my opinion, smugglers are the countries enemy.

  • In a more formal discussion, to introduce one’s opinion:***
  • As far as I can see………………………..
  • As far as I am concerned…………………
  • As far as I know…………………………..
  • As much as I believe………………..
  • As much as I feel……………….
  • In a more formal discussion, to introduce one’s opinion:***
  • As far as Education…………..
  • As far as Sanitation…………………..
  • As far as Health System is concerned………………….

e.g., As far as I can see, dowry is a curse…………………

  • The expression ’I am convinced’ is an emphatic way of introducing one’s opinion:
  • ’I am convinced’ ……………………………

I’m convinced that ‘child -Labor is a crime’.

  • Few more to be used:
  • I would better say that…………………
  • I want to say that………………….
  • I just have to say that,… ……………
  • I would like to say that…………………….

How to Practice over the daily Lessons:

  1. Use the expressions to Frame Stories, in a beautiful story,
  2. Entire conversation should end within the Lesson,
  3. Real examples/Events based discussion.
  4. How to cover the Topic to speak

Intro- Body - Conclude

Body: Pointwise/ Aspects: social/technological/environmental/political/ Economic/Cultujral aspects

 

Topic:

  • Education during the COVID-19
  • Economy slows down during COVID-19
  • Save the Tree, Save the Tigers
  • Forest Reservation,
  • Globalization,
  • Mental Stress during the COVID-19
  • People suffering due to COVID19(The POOR AND THE LABOURER)
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Lesson Posted on 19/05/2017 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Interview Skills Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

Sample Self-Introduction for an Interview

Hitesh Kakkar

I carry an international and multi sector experience of over 15 years. I am an MBA and have several international...

Tell me about yourself which can help me to gauge your candidature as an Economist to me? Good morning/Afternoon Sir/Ma’am. Thank you for giving this wonderful opportunity to me to introduce myself to you. I am ————-(Your Name). We are five members in my family including... read more

Tell me about yourself which can help me to gauge your candidature as an Economist to me?

Good morning/Afternoon Sir/Ma’am.

Thank you for giving this wonderful opportunity to me to introduce myself to you. I am ————-(Your Name). We are five members in my family including me.  I am native to —— (City Name), and open to relocate to ________ (city name as mentioned in the job description). Currently, I am pursuing B.A. in Economics at the ___________ (University Name), and I will be entering into final year of my graduation studies in the next couple of months. Ever since, I started studying Economics in my school days. I realized, I enjoy analyzing things connected to the society, and the Mother Nature. Since my childhood days, I have witnessed my family focusing upon correct utilization of house hold items, and guiding us towards understanding the whites, and blacks of the possible outcomes. I believe, this somehow further boosted my interest towards Economics as a career option. 

  • For me Economics is all about making right decisions at the right time, and studying the possible outcomes.
  • I have an analytical approach towards things I do. I believe, that helps me to understand a wide range of issues from what determines the price, causes, and consequences.
  • I believe, economics is having an excellent graduate prospects. Economics is truly all around us. Studying the subject gives me a generalist understanding of the world we live in and its inner workings.
  • The case-based learning emphasis on economics degrees makes it really easy to see how the theory has real-life applications, particularly when considering the recent volatility of global markets.

What I find extremely attractive being an Economist is that the profession is so demanding, everything changes so quickly and every day is a new sunrise. Such a dynamic environment is certainly very exciting, but maybe a little bit stressful too. However, I can multitask, and deal with pressure.

Currently, I want to secure a job with ___________ (company / institute name you are appearing for). 

My long term goal is by gaining work experience of 07-08 years in the field of Economics. I wish to work on a senior position, contributing to the betterment of my work place and the society. 

I am a self-motivated, and a disciplined soul. I am always keen to up-skill myself by learning new things whenever I get a chance. I have done my internship(s) / project(s) from this (these) company (ies), and my role(s) was (were)…….. I am a certified resource in _________ (certification names). 

Apart from studies, I enjoy participating in drama. I am a player of Badminton too.

My strengths are my analytical approach, my human touch to the situations, my appreciable communication, and presentation skills. I believe upon being realistic.

In my free time, I enjoy spending time with friends, sometimes cooking, listening to music, doing drama, reading, travelling, and playing outdoor sports.

Thank you very much for making me to speak about myself. If you have any specific question, pls. ask, I will be glad to answer that.

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Answered on 26/04/2016 Language/Spoken English Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

Manveer Anand

Success Coach , helping you to achieve your dreams & aspirations

Improving communication skills is not only speaking fluent English . If you want to improve your communication skills,then firstly improve your confidence level,have clarity of thoughts and be expressive. Language does not matter ...All it matters is how effectively you put your message across to any...
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Answered on 14/04/2016 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

SoaringEagles Learning Pvt. Ltd.

We tend to use Verbal as well as Non-verbal Communication in everyday life. Interestingly, a huge chunk of our Communication is Non- verbal. During a child's developmental years, s/he relies a great deal on non- verbal communication. Crying when hungry and smiling when fed are all non- verbal gestures... read more
We tend to use Verbal as well as Non-verbal Communication in everyday life. Interestingly, a huge chunk of our Communication is Non- verbal. During a child's developmental years, s/he relies a great deal on non- verbal communication. Crying when hungry and smiling when fed are all non- verbal gestures when language acquisition has not happened. Once children acquire language skills, they begin using verbal as well as non- verbal communication and this continues through lifetime. Verbal Communication essentially entails the use of words to express a point of view. Let us assume that you are in a foreign country, you are lost, you don't know the language and you need to ask someone to help you with directions to your hotel, you would most likely use hand gestures to describe the surroundings of the hotel, you would use eye contact to figure out if the other person can understand you or not, you would try reading into their facial expressions to see whether you are being understood and you would probably make use of a small proportion of words and sounds which comprises verbal communication. Non- verbal Communication basically accounts for your Facial Expressions, Eye Contact, Postures, Gestures, Tone, Proxemics (Proximity- How close is too close), Haptics (Touch) and Body Movement. We include Tone as part of Non- verbal Communication because sometimes, the meaning of a sentence changes depending upon the word that is being stressed upon. Don't believe it- Try reading the sentence "I didn't do my Homework." Now stress on one particular word at a time and read the same sentence and see how the effect and the meaning of the sentence changes.Things are generally smooth when your verbal and non- verbal communication complement one another. However, sometimes, people do send out conflicting messages- An example of this would be smiling (Non- verbal Communication) while giving critical feedback (Verbal Communication). It is best to ensure that your Verbal and Non- verbal Communication are complementing one another in order for Communication to flow smoothly without any conflicts. read less
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Answered on 12/05/2016 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

Balraj Saini

A Motivational Speaker

First of all, any kind of training has to interactive. It should never be a monologue. Following are some of the things you could use in your training: 1. Asking n probing the participants. It creates interest and connect with the participants. As far as possible, write on the board in brief whatever... read more
First of all, any kind of training has to interactive. It should never be a monologue. Following are some of the things you could use in your training: 1. Asking n probing the participants. It creates interest and connect with the participants. As far as possible, write on the board in brief whatever participants say. 2. Showing Videos: Keep these brief and again ask the participants their views. After that you should sum up. 3. Activities - written, through PPTs or in group 4. Discussing small case studies 5. Stories: A trainer has to have rich repertoire of stories on various topics and should always be ready to tell those at any point of time. 6. The training should be intertwined with wit and humour. read less
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Answered on 13/03/2016 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

Paremvir Malik

Success & Happiness Coach

Nothing is impossible, when your commitment is strong... from Paremvir Malik, Trending Success & Happiness Coach @ Pune
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Answered on 13/03/2016 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

Paremvir Malik

Success & Happiness Coach

When people love to listen to you, when the understand what you meant
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Answered on 11/10/2020 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

Dr. Bharat Chaugule

Transformational Life Coach & NLP Expert

You can see qualification, experience, and experience related to communication, remember spoken English and communication skills are different. Also, you can see the energy level, smiling face, speaking skills, sound modulation, the body language of the trainer.
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Answered on 15/02/2016 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

Paremvir Malik

Success & Happiness Coach

Simply how good you can write may it be business or personal communication
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Answered on 06/04/2016 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

SoaringEagles Learning Pvt. Ltd.

Undergo a training programme from a good institute. Good communication skills involve a lot of things, not just fluency in a language.
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