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My english is very poor and i can not speak the english in fluent . i want to know that if i improve the english what is process and what is book are provied the english languge ? any other method to provided to help the enlgish languge to imporive and fluent english? give the breif detail

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Asked by kaur gurpreet, 24 Feb '08 08:30 am
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Doctor Know's advice can really help you a lot. English speaking classes are quite a sham, cause most of the tutors at these classes are unqualified and their English is of an extremely low standard. Mixing with people and having conversations in English will help you the most, even though it can be extremely awkward and uncomfortable in the beginning. I've had friends who could only speak Marathi fluently and now they're pretty good with English.
From all the examples that I've come across, it's become quite obvious that learning a language is not something you can do from a text book or from classes, but only through conversations with people fluent in the language. Have them correct your mistakes when you make them. You'll keep making errors, but you'll soon get past that stage. If languages could be learnt from a text book or through classes, every single person in Mumbai would be fluent in Marathi.
Answered by Shaun DMello, 24 Feb '08 06:10 pm

 
  
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Go to spoken english classes
Answered by subiksha, 24 Feb '08 08:32 am

 
  
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Follow doctor know's instructions
Answered by girish thakur, 24 Feb '08 08:39 am

 
  
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Dear Gurpreet, "Practice makes a man perfect" as they say. Try try till you succeed. Be positive and confident. Read 2-3 English newspapers daily and mark ten new words you come across in the newspaper with a pencil. Note them down on a piece of paper. Carry a pocket sized Oxford Dictionary(available at book stalls), refer to the dictionary often to know the synonyms and antonyms of the words you don't know. A dictionary goes a long way in enhancing your vocabulary to a great extent. You can also buy Webster's Dictionary or Roget's Thesaurus. Hone your communication skills. Converse in English as far as possible with friends and family numbers. You may fumble and falter initially but you will win! You can also buy a Wren and Martin or a book called 'Effective Communication skills' by Dr Keval Kumar.
Answered by Doctor Know, 24 Feb '08 08:36 am

 
  
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