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Just u have do easy tasks like ..reading English newspapers,novels ,trying to think in english instead your mother-tong language .OR if this is not possible to you then go for any classes
From India, Delhi
boneysharaonHello Miss Ridima,
English is an easy language to learn. Since it is not your first language, you need to practice a lot. Like Mr. Govind S. said above, you should try to think in English. Read English Newspapers; Times of India or Indian Express or any other. Subscribe to one of those papers. Carry a dictionary with you. You can buy a mini pocket dictionary English-Hindi or English-Your mother tongue. Whenever you feel you do not understand any word, look up in the dictionary. Try to speak in English with your colleagues in the company where you work. Watch English news channels. If you are on any social networking sites like Facebook, try to chat with your friends in English. To learn English, you have to get surrounded by English. Don't feel disheartened if someone mocks at you or criticizes you. Be ready for criticism. Practice, practice and practice.. You will surely learn.
From India, Pune
Very easy step, daily you watch the news your own language and the same time you have to watch the English new. It will help to understand.
Read any english news papers loudly daily minimum half / one hour.
Speak in english boldly if right or not wherever chances are there.
From India, Chennai
manojbatra1. News Papers are the best source.
2. Find some old books at your home of your career or of your younger brothers and sisters in family. You will find some interesting words which you had ignored.
3. Spend atleast one hour in front of TV and watch debates and English News of Indian Channels or if you have interest in business, watch CNBC 18 etc.
4. Try to teach younger student in your neighborhood (tuition) even it is free. You will also learn from them. this will improve your grammar which we can not improve anywhere else.
5. Think some words of your mother tongue and try to find their English and try to use them in routine. Internet is the best of bests source for this purpose.
6. Last but difficult- when you are alone, speak in front of a mirror, this will reduce your hesitation and shyness in speaking English.
From India, Kharar
NK SUNDARAMFirst and foremost, attempt to talk to your family members and friends in English. Initially, you will hesitant and shy. Get rid of that feeling, because you should be strong in your conviction that NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE IN THIS WORLD. What one requires is the resolve to achieve his or her goal in life. English alphabet has just 26 letters and all permutations and combinations occur within these letters only. Unfortunately, in English grammar, you will find more exceptions than rules. Hence, keep logic aside, just copy how others speak and write. Just simply follow. Keep practising - reading and speaking, like how a lot of suggestions have come up in the above responses. Please avoid making spelling mistakes, rather the first rule. There are options available for spelling for spell check. If you sincerely follow the guidelines, sooner than later, you will be able to communicate like others. You can also attend language classes - one way of serious, structured way of learning.
Dr VSRegeI My Rule to Master any New Language is HSRW = Hear .....> Speak ......> Read......>Write !
Try to Listen to as much a Good english as possible by watching BBC news & Programs.
Try to Speak in english whenever possible and check for your Mistakes or ask others to correct you, if you wish.
Read easy English first as suggested by many here eg. Daily News papers......when you come across a NEW word pl Go & look it up in a Dictionary.
-----All the Best to you.
P.N. = phonetics plays a great Part in UK English.
Happy Learning ! - Dr VSRege
From India, Mumbai
Others have given you some good suggestions. I will ask you a few questions first before giving you a link. Could you kindly tell us your background: what basic qualifications do you have and in which language did you study all the subjects in your school? What other qualifications do you have and how long have you worked? In what language do you speak with your friends? Do you have any siblings with whom you can converse in English? How large is your organization and in what language do you speak with your colleagues?
Kindly click on the links at https://www.google.co.uk/?gws_rd=cr&...l+english+free and see which of them suits your need.
From United Kingdom
There are some nice suggestions given in the comments. I'd say the first thing is get yourself a good Grammar book. I see a number of errors straightaway in the small description you've given above. I'm just going to point out things which I see straightaway.
'Currently i'm working in a Japanese MNC as a Asst. Ext. Hr& Admin. (I'm working or currently working... To begin a sentence with 'but' is always open to debate. When you say, 'my communication is very down,' I naturally want to ask when was it up? By the way what do you mean by up and down as well. A better way to phrase it would be, ' ...my communication is weak.' I am not fluent... Watch out for capital letters...and I's in your sentences. Loose point? Do you mean shaky?)
'So Please give me suggestion how can i improve my english. please provide me any notes.' (...suggestions how I can improve my English. Please...)
The purpose of me pointing out these, is because without a strong foundation of grammar, no matter how much you try to converse or speak, it will fall flat.
Also, when you learn new words, please use that in sentences. Make at least 3-5 sentences and start using them in everyday speech. Have one person at least with whom you can speak with in English. Read a nice book as it always helps. There are many tips and suggestions.
From India, Mysore
BSSVFree English Tests for ESL/EFL, TOEFL®, TOEIC®, SAT®, GRE®, GMAT® , get a subscription its free, you will get an email every day, spend some 15 to 20 minutes, and follow their instructions, you can start from alphabets and become a professional tutor..... of course, it depends on your interest and dedication to learn.........
All the best..........
From India, Bangalore
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