I am in need of material for spoken english for the school children from std 4th to 12th. It would be better if they are with good activities and exercises. Please help me out. Regards, Grace
25th March 2011 From India, Madras

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Dear Grace, Find attached E-Book on spoken english. Rgds, Raju
25th March 2011 From India, Hyderabad
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Dear Mr. Raju, Do you have this material translated in Hindi? if yes, Kindly post it.. Ravi Yadav
26th March 2011 From India, Gurgaon
Dear sir my name is Arul i am working as a HR Executive in some concern i cant speak and sentence creating in english . I dont know little words of meaning, how to improve my communication. plz give some suggestion..
26th March 2011 From India, Madras
hey Arul ,
for this first of all start reading newspaper and tick all those world where u hv problem n concern with your dictionary n try to use english word in ur talking first start with small word like ... good morning , hey hello, nice to meet you etc.
then use double phrase word then small small sentence after some days u ll be able to speak and start thinking in english ....

26th March 2011 From India, Mumbai
Dear Mr Grace,
Though Mr Raju has sent you the good material as desired by you. You can also visit the following sites and you will get enough material what you want. you can down load those materials as well. The sites are -
www.grammer.cl ,
Please confirm.
26th March 2011 From India, Pune
Dear Raju, thank you so much for your valuable suppport to get it solved but my humble request you to post the English version the same... Thanks & Regards, Aeks.
28th March 2011 From India, Madras
Very good post................ if you have this post translated in Hindi. Please post. also keep posting such posts.
28th March 2011 From India, Ambala
Dear Grace
I have been in the field of Spoken English Language Skill training for more than 7 years as of now. As I have found out that Improve your speaking ability does not depend on the reading of some material. Here are few suggestions what you could adopt so that you can speak English Easily.
1. Read loudly and Clearly every day beginning 5 minutes a day.
2. Listen to any Indian English News Channesl for 5 minutes to begin with.
3. Ask 3 questions: A) What you read and listened B) How much of it are you able to RECALL. c) Are you utilising the material you read and listened?
4. Read Short stories, biographies and paragraphs.
5. Form a group of non-english speaking people and share the stories or biographies or paragraphs. Intially they may laugh but continue till you acquire confidence.
6. Join a TOAST MASTERS CLUB which helps you to speak spontaneously.
Good Luck
Dinesh Naik
31st March 2011 From India, Kochi
Dear All,
What kind of training strategy will you adopt
1)to train workers who has technical knowledge like plumbers, carpenters, painters, electrical/mechanical technicians, who doesn't know English(on larger scale) or let us say those who haven't passed either 8th standard...school drop outs.
2) Most of them are from NON-ENGLISH MEDIUM.
3) How much duration do you need them to learn basic/simple sentences which can be used in our routine life?
4) What material can be used to train them?
With profound regards
1st April 2011 From India, Chennai


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