Saturday, June 30, 2012

FIVE TIPS to Speak English Fluently

Are you looking for Tips to Improve English? Read the following aloud:
1. Think in English
What happens if English is your second language and you have to hold a Conversation in English? There is a likelihood that while framing sentences you'll think of the right words in your native language. STOP THINKING IN YOUR MOTHER TONGUE. Your THOUGHTS must be formed only in the ENGLISH language.
Now, look at this picture and think of FIVE English words that describe it.
Write these 5 words as Comment to this post.

2. The idea of Communication
When you speak English, always remember it is a means of communication and not a test of language.
Look at this image:

The smile itself communicates the message of happiness. You might not even have to hunt for an advanced level of Vocabulary for the same.
So, to speak English fluently, consider the language as a medium to convey your message.

3.Do Not Think Aloud
Have you ever thought how the listeners feel when you introduce yourself as "I am 'aaaa' John; 'eeeeaaa' living in 'aaaamm' New York."? Yes, you sound strange, unsure and maybe less confident!
That's why it is advisable NOT to think aloud especially by making sounds like 'ahh', 'aaaamm', 'aaaa'; the list goes on.
Join my online English class on I Speak You Speak English where I'll teach you how to overcome this problem of thinking aloud while speaking.

4. Known Vocabulary
Forget it! Difficult words used incorrectly fail to impress even the most illiterate audience. Pick up words whose meaning and application you understand. It could be phrases as simple as a 'bright girl'. When you are confident of the words you are using in the Conversation, your fluency improves considerably.

5. Speak Daily
You want everyone to admire the confidence with which you use the English language. You have to work hard for it. Speak English every day. Read books, newspapers, websites but SPEAK SPEAK and SPEAK.

More tips Coming Soon...

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Vocabulary Class for CAT Preparation

Vocabulary for CAT Preparation
30 WORDS saved in your Permanent MEMORY
Every word you see on the screen has an image, meaning and story with it. One hour of the daily Vocabulary practice, adds 30 words to your memory.
How does that happen?
During the class, you learn words not out of compulsion for exam preparation; but out of a quest to know more and imbibe something new.
JOIN this first session on Vocabulary List for CAT Prep. and feel the difference for yourself.

Friday, March 2, 2012

Open Questions

Here is your place to post your general doubts on English. Pick up a Novel, Movie, blog, story or website and read. Any questions you have with the meaning of a word, sentence or Grammar; just post your comments here.

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Spelling- IE and EI

Here is another set of lists containing words often confused by learners of English Spelling:



Waiting for you to add more

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Winner of the QUIZ

The WINNER of the Quiz held in two classes- Online English Dictation Class 7 and Spelling Quiz is the one and only Mohishukla
A BIG Congratulations Mohishukla
Mohishukla, you win a free entry to my any ONE of my I Speak You Speak English PAID class scheduled from September 12, 2011 to September 16, 2011. You can get the Public class scheduled at a convenient timing as well. To book your class mail me on

Final Quiz on Spelling

Thank you all for participating in the Quiz

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Spelling- NK

Here is a list of words having the combination NK:

To add more words to the list, post your comments here.

Spelling - EA and AE

Here is a list of words having the combination EA:

Here is a list of words having the combination AE:

Spelling - CH and CK

Here is a list of words having the combination CH

Here is a list of words having the combination CK