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How to Introduce Yourself in College or School?

By |2018-11-12T22:59:10+00:0025th December 2017|Spoken English|

You would want to make a good impression on your friends when you introduce yourself on the first day in school or college. Wouldn’t you?

In this post, I’ll cover what to include in your introduction, few do’s and don’ts, and two sample introductions in the end.

How to Build Vocabulary That Lasts – My Experience with 7,500+ Words?

By |2018-11-12T23:00:27+00:0025th November 2017|Vocabulary|

(This post comes from my experience of adding 5,000+ 7,500+ words to my vocabulary that I can actually use when speaking and writing. What’s the point if you can’t put it to use, right? In this post, you’ll see decent dose of scientific principles and vocabulary exercises I adopted to accomplish this.)

Don’t you get impressed when a news anchor or other proficient speaker uses just the perfect word, and not a long-winded explanation, to describe a situation without a pause?

Those apt words are a result of a large active vocabulary.

We’ll learn more on what active vocabulary is later in the post, but

How to Improve Pronunciation – My Experience with 3,400+ Words?

By |2018-11-12T23:02:07+00:0015th November 2017|Pronunciation|

Mispronouncing a word is one of the fastest ways to leave poor impression of your communication skills, especially when those listening to you are good at it. Even 1-2 pronunciation slipups in a 10-minute conversation are enough.

People naturally goof up at complex pronunciations (complex because the pronunciation can’t be inferred from the way the word is spelt, which is so common in English language), but I’ve observed many mispronouncing even common English words.

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