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Hi Amit, The best way to improve is by reading news papers. Especially read "Letters to Editor" column in The Hindu. Also try to read as many books as possible. Regards Balaji
From Hong Kong, Central District
Dear Friend
It is a common problem amongs the people , you are little better as you have courage to admit it , As far as getting into good communication skill start doing one thing , Only half an hour daily.
Close the room and read the daily english news paper loudly ( as loudly as you can ...........) and see the result.
All the best.

From India, Mumbai
Hi Mr. Amit
This is to tell you that never give up hope on learning anything.
I have found that the easiest way to learn English is to read children's story books, which are easier to understand.
Thereafter make small questions and answer the same.
Slowly you will get the hang of it.
Making small sentences is easier than trying to make big ones. Conversation is all about small dialogues.
A good book which I use for teaching English is ' Essential English Grammar' by Raymond Murphy.
Go to a shop and start speaking in English even if you make mistakes. This confidence will give you the stimulus that English is easy to learn.
Hope this is of help to you.
Smita

From India, Mumbai
dear mr amit,
never be frustated cauz it will add more problems in your life....remember no one is perfect ....it is never too late ...no one in this world has not struggled remember behind every smile lies the pain, the real struggle each one does to reach the top..once u reach the top you will then cc that those days were a blessing in disguise....take a deep breath and have a fresh start ....
rgds
rahul

From Thailand, Bangkok
Dear Amit,
Normally in accounts you do not need good communication skills initially since it is individual job. Slowly and slowly you can improve as per advise given by other member.
Please share your contact No. and I would talk to you.
You can e-mail your resume and No to
All the best,
Regards,
RLL


Dear Amit,
Loads of tips on improving your communicational skills have been provided by our friends. howsoever, this will take a little time. To complement the maximum gains and also start getting immediate benefits pay attention to your Body language. Simple techniques which are silent and extremely powerful like proper eye contact, hand gestures, distance and stance will allow you to add on to your communication (which I believe you are already trying to improve withe suggested techniques). Allen Pease "Body Language" Indian edition is a very reasonable book, You may also find some relevent material in this site also.
Actions speak louder than words, modify it to your benefit.
Rgds
RR

From India, Delhi
Dear Amit,
Though you have not mentioned anything about your qualification, job etc. The suggestions given by your well wishers above are very good and need to be acted upon in phased and systematic manner. It also appears that you lack confidence in you which should be built strongly through various exercises, for which various program mes are conducted by experts, try one such program me. In case of any help/need contact undersigned.
TR Chhabria
Mob: 9818444595

From India, Gurgaon
Dear Amit
I recommend you to buy Oxford dictionary learn 2-3 words /day in the morning ,while talking or writing se thsese words ,anrd that will increase your vocabulary which will reduce your English frustration.
PLEASE READ HINDU EDITORIAL ,THERE IS NO OTHER NEWS PAPER IN INDIA OTHER THAN HINDU WHICH WILL INCREASE YOUR ENGLISH SKILLS - This advice is from my own experience .
And understand this - There is no problem in this world without solution , This should be your mantra .
Wishing you all the best
MDHLAL

From India, Kochi
The first and foremost is not get disheartened. It is not difficult to master the language and articulate. Suggest daily read the Editorial of a good Newspaper say like 'THE HINDU' many times and try to write your own comprehension of that .Then read aloud your comprehension and try to correct the spelling after checking thr' a good dictionary like Oxford's Chambers Dictionary.Best of luck.
Nishadht

From India, Bangalore
Dear Amit,
Knowing the problem is half the battle won? Now sitting back and not correcting it is battle lost-so get down read some very valuable suggestions given in the previous replies. listen to english News any channel-NDTV, CNN-IBN, Times etc. Do not feel shy to speak.
I am language handicapped, though i have made Bangalore my home, I am finding it difficult to communicate with the locals as I do not know Kannada. Trying my best to atleast be able to communicate my thoughts, may not be fluently but just to get across my ideas.
regards,
Colonel J H Mayne

From India, Bangalore

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