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5 things I learned about improving English speaking skills at inlingua
Sherin D'Souza,24 July, 2017 (3:51 PM)
1. Use English in your daily life as much as possible. Few people realise that speaking in English is not based on hours and hours of study but on frequent usage. Take for example, the case of doing well in exams. What’s better a regular hour of study everyday or learning up everything just befor...
Speak English & Hindi fluently to have smarter brains
Vinod Agarwal,24 July, 2017 (3:14 PM)
Learn the impact of speaking English fluently on your intelligence. If you are learning how to speak English fluently to improve your chances for the much sought after job or promotion, you will be happy to know that if since you also speak your mother tongue fluently, it leads to a marked improvem...
Speak Your Way to a Better Personality
Aditti Kohli,24 July, 2017 (2:07 PM)
All of us are well aware that in today’s competitive world, we really need to make lasting impression in our social space to be able to succeed. How we make this impression is largely dependent on our language skills, and mainly, our English language skills which is why we have seen a rise in the ...
The HR Manager’s 5-Step guide to organizing successful English Writing Skills workshops
Herman Siquiera,24 July, 2017 (1:20 PM)
The CEO calls you (the HR Manager) and expresses his concern that most of the employees are unable to write a decent email to their customers, clients or colleagues. Often, the message in the email is not clear. They want to convey one thing, but the recipient understands something else altogether, ...
Increase growth pace by helping employees learn to speak English fluently
Sherin D'Souza,24 July, 2017 (1:07 PM)
“Think like a wise man but communicate in the language of the people” – Isn’t this advice once given by Nobel prize-winning poet, W.B. Yeats still so relevant to present day communication? So what is the global language of communication, today? English!! Is it? In spite of all time and effo...
India's Engineering Graduates Fail to Crack English Language Code
Vinod Agarwal,24 July, 2017 (1:02 PM)
About 67% of engineers graduating from India's colleges do not possess good spoken English skills Poor spoken English may be keeping a large number of India's engineers from landing some of the best paid jobs in the country.A study has found that an overwhelming 97% of engineers in the country cann...
Engineers know their science, but don’t know how to say it!
Vinod Agarwal,24 July, 2017 (12:57 PM)
NATIONAL SPOKEN ENGLISH SKILLS REPORT, ENGINEERS (2015-2016) About 67% engineers in India do not have spoken English skills required for any job in knowledge economy. Though they do relatively better in vocabulary and understanding English, engineers are deficient in elements of spoken English such ...
ENGINEERS LACK IN ENGLISH SPEAKING SKILLS
Vinod Agarwal,24 July, 2017 (12:54 PM)
They know their trade, but possess poor spoken English skills No English, No Fun. Know English, Become No. 1.   Young engineers, otherwise bright and intelligent, are severely handicapped by their poor spoken English skills often adversely affecting their employability. Lack of fluency in Engl...
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