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Welcome to free online english class.
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"I am excited to discharge my duty as a teacher. I want to be the part of the success of everyone who is willing to succeed by contributing the best I could. This session is nothing but an attempt to help learn the most crucial language for anyone's professional success.
English is the world's easiest language. It's been spoken by the most influential class and literatures written in English are not found in any other language. This is why we all must learn this language. I am providing 21 free lecture to master this language. I hope and wish that you all could gain the benefit from this program."
How easy English is Ho much we already know How to Learn creatively Why we're scared of English
Thinking in English
Replacing mother tongue from English Fun of Making Mistakes while Self Talking Power of Me Time in learning Creating learning environment Sentence Structure Formation The learner's oath
Finding Mistakes Proudly
Basic English Errors Use of s, es in verbs Relationship words Beauty Adding Words Names and No Names
Make It Hard
Time sense in English Verbs to describe time Speaking a lot of things in less words Understanding hard sentences
face the fear
Preparing 1 minute speech. Proposing a Girlfriend or Boyfriend "Negotiating with a shopkeeper Replying Tit for Tat"
Get set go
Preparing 3 Minutes speech Explain our feelings about others Making sense of English Books Using hard words in long sentences
Let's get serious now
Basics of grammar that you've learnt already. Speaking like a newsreader Understanding news papers & reference books Solving RC passages Understanding novels
Vocabulary and pronunciation
Indian English Pronunciation Vocabulary for rich English Expression
Listening & Writing
Art of being relevant Ability to express as thought while speaking and writing Understanding the emotional expression of conversation
Structure of essays Purpose of essays Interpretation of some great essays
Speech & Debate Competitions
Understanding the audience on stage and in public Controlling the room temperature Stage fear allocation Understanding the opponent
Making & Delivering Presentations in English
Rule of presentation Purpose of presentation Content of presentation Audience of presentation
eMail & Correspondances
Intra Team Communication Inter organization communication Communication with the market, competitors and collaborators
Observations and homework Conceptual Frameworks Structure of the document Chapter Planning and deviations.
Expression, Emotion & Time Sense
Time difference among the audience, narrator and narration. Visualization of time in language of the narration Adequacy of the emotion and expression
Organising Thoughts, Sourcing Literature and Developing Conceptual Framework
Expanding & Narrowing the idea Origin, development and conceptualization of an idea Sourcing knowledge and inspirations from the past works Developing reputation of the work by sourcing past works Ethics of inspirations
Narratio and Rhetorics of the Literature
The purpose, structure and design of narratio. The purpose (Entertain, Educate, Persuade, Instigate) of literature The Ethos, Pathos and Logos of Rhetorics in Public Speaking The invention, style, arrangement, memory delivery of rhetorics.
Common Flaws in academic literatures
Misplaced vocabulary, Tangled and complex sentences Missing are uneven timeline of narration Raw mistakes without editing.
Writing an academic literature
The pre-kitchen work of writing The cooking work of writing The serving work of writing
Art of rewriting
Remove the chips, Augment the script Dress-up and wrap-up
Examples of great ideas published poorly and lame ideas published nicely. How judgmental are the juries? Successful Publication
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