This post contains conversations between two friends, Rohit and Mahesh, on following four topics:
This post contains conversation between a doctor and a patient on four types of medical issues:
This post contains two conversations: first, conversation between a waiter and guests (or customers) in a restaurant; second, conversation between a crew member at a fast food joint (the person who takes your order) and a guest.
Before we jump to 200+ tongue twisters, let’s take a quick look at the two cardinal rules for saying them.
Some believe that better grammar means better spoken English.
Once you know basic grammar such as tenses, prepositions, different forms of verbs, and subject-verb agreement, additional dose of grammar won’t shine your spoken English further. What you need, instead, is more speaking practice. More inputs – listening and reading.
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This post is for beginners who are struggling with even basic grammar and don’t know which part of the grammar to start from to make their spoken English better at least from the perspective of