Faculty In A Management Institute
Dy.manager - Hr
Soft Skill Trainer
Find the links below for Tracks 1-10 of CD1
7th July 2008 From India, Madras
Thanks a lot for your valuable contribution towards Voice and Accent. I went throught the first voice file and understood that we would be able to understand it better if we have the book along with the tracks. It says we might also have to practice some exercises given in the book. I request you to please forward us a copy of that also if possible.
Thanks again for your wonderful contribution.
15th July 2008 From India, Mumbai
u'r doing an excellent job, putting all ur best in guiding people.
m looking for some audio material on american accent, i really want to learn this as it is creating a big difference in me & my colleagues.
if possible can u send me these audio materials on my mail ID, i'll forward it to you.
12th December 2008 From India, Delhi
Its so nice of that you have shared such a valuable information. I'm a voice & Accent trainer. I would like to know if you could help me with all the other audio files. I would really appreciate it if you could provide me the rest of the audio files. My Email address is . Awaiting your reply.
26th January 2009 From India, Mangaluru
thanks a lot. really i joined a course for accent and i was trained,but i didnt get any CD'S to practice at home.
With your information im very happy and i can practice a lot.
I am working as US IT Recruiter.
once again thaks for sharing very useful information.
9th February 2009 From India, Mumbai
10th February 2009
I notice that people use short forms such as "u" instead of "you"; I assume "d" stands for "the" To my mind, this does not help those who endeavour to improve their English language skills.
4th January 2010 From United States, Katy