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I want to improve my english in verbal & written communication you suggest any book which improve my english

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Asked by nanglamal sugar, 06 Mar '07 08:19 pm
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There is some free download material on www.download.com or alse u cud search for ' free english ' in google search engine..
Answered by J K, 06 Mar '07 08:23 pm

 
  
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Www.amuseonline.com it is excellent for CBSE 10TH CLASS and for all who want to be good at English
Answered by SAMITA, 07 Feb '10 06:11 pm

 
  
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All these Institutes train you just about English skills and at the end you are not satisfied bcoz you are not confident enough to face public. So the solution of this problem is ''PUBLIC SPEAKING COURSE''. This is an amazing course which will help you to bcm a great speaker, and to build up your confidence and enhancing your personality.

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Answered by shikha choudhary, 19 Dec '09 12:35 pm

 
  
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Continue rediff. mere dost ham sab sikha denge.kalloo prasd dwivedilko.
Answered by kp, 20 Oct '09 08:19 pm

 
  
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The more you speak with English speakers, the more you will improve your English, both in pronunciation and vocabulary.
Reading things written in English can really help you to improve your English. If regular books are too difficult, you could start out with simple books. Reading the newspaper and comic books can be very helpful as well.
Books on tape or CD are another great way to improve your English. Plan to listen to these as you drive your car, or if you are at home doing household tasks.Set a goal for learning a few words a day to improve your English. Make a list of the words you want to learn each week, and study them carefully. Try to use them in conversation, and dont be worried if you get them wrong at first.
Many Internet sites also have English exercises you can do to help you improve your English. Many of these sites offer free activities and can be a great way to continue to learn new words. Also participating on English chat sites can help you learn more English.
In al ...more
Answered by EmM, 04 Oct '07 10:28 pm

 
  
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Listen to english programmes on the radio ,practise speaking english without
any nervousness to one and all .Join a public speaking class if u can ;it
will give you lots of practice and also improve your vocabulary...
DO READ THE CLASSIC BOOK ON ENGLISH GRAMMAR BY WREN & MARTIN ,
and Spoken English (Orient Longman Pvt. Ltd.) and Macmillan Handbook of
English
Answered by mani ramaratnam, 07 Mar '07 08:59 am

 
  
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If you want to improve your english then first try to speak in english.Refer the oxford dictionary for some tough meanings.Try to read newspaper and circle the words which you didn't understand.Then refer the dictionary.and every day try to write an essay of your choice.At first you will make most no.of mistakes but through mistakes you will learn english and also you will one day be fluent in english .GOOD LUCK.
Answered by shreekanth venkatachalam, 06 Mar '07 10:25 pm

 
  
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Better to join an academy which specialises in teaching spoken english as well as grammer..its easier that way..
Answered by varghese, 06 Mar '07 08:56 pm

 
  
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You cud read some good english fiction..The type depends on your interest..Some good writers are Saki, Roald Dahl, Jeffrey Archer, Arthur Conan Doyle, O.Henry, Graham Greene..
Answered by Friendly Enemy, 06 Mar '07 08:55 pm

 
  
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For the initial start wrren-martin of high school will help u ................
Answered by hitanshu kaushal, 06 Mar '07 08:21 pm

 
  
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