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Hi sir iam mba completed student. But iam unable to speak english . And I even dont know how to speak in english. Can anyone please provide spoken english material and audio material. And please suggest me what can I do to learn english .
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For a person who does not know English you have written well enough to convey your problems.
My advice-join up some English conversational classes and keep practising the language-films,books,magazines etc.
Try hard and sincerely you will learn English.
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Dear "Anonymous,"
You can certainly learn to speak and write in English, but you will have to make serious effort for the same. You can learn the language by reading English newspapers (e.g., The Times of India), good magazines (e.g., Reader's Digest), listening to English news bulletins and discussion programmes on TV. You have to be patient and while reading be careful to note the sentence formation, choice of words, punctuation, grammar, etc. Consult a good dictionary (e.g., Chambers Dictionary) whenever necessary. It will take time, but you will certainly succeed.
Best wishes.
A.K. Gupta
Hi Anonymous, There is plenty of material available in Cite HR archives. You can try to access the same. Please try the following also. V.Raghunathan
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