How can I improve my English speaking reading and writing

How can I improve my English speaking, reading and writing?

So far, I have managed to learn four languages.
I'll try my best to help you out.
The key to master any new language is to acquaint yourself with the basics.
Every language is unique and has a basic set of rules.
For example, if you're very comfortable with English as a language, it is possible to learn German,French and Spanish with minimal efforts.
First of all, I'd like to say that English is just a language but very global in its roots.
English has borrowed a lot of its derivatives from a lot of languages : Latin, French ,Greek, etcetera.
Hope this helps! All the best!!

We all are well aware of the famous Saying.
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If you want to shine a Sun, first BURN like a sun.
Learning the basics of English is certainly a challenge, but mastering fluency in this language is even more difficult.
Here are some tips and tricks that can actually help you to develop proficiency in English.
Try to have a conversation in English with your friends, Relatives, Colleagues etc.

The First Step is always the toughest one.
Initially, you will feel a little awkward.
You won’t be able interpret whatever your friend is trying to convince and vice a versa.
But trust me, once you get comfortable with English that won’t be a problem anymore.
If nobody is available, then talk to yourself.
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like in front of Mirror.

Expand Your Vocabulary By learning new words every single day
Simply learning new words won’t be sufficient, you have to use them in your daily conversations.
Develop a Reading Habit
Try to read English Newspapers, Magazines, Blogs and other such stuff (Whichever is available#Make sure they bear the quality)
In case of newspapers-
Start with “THE INDIAN EXPRESS”
Move to “THE TIMES OF INDIA”
Go For “THE HINDU”
Try to write an Article(Daily)
This will definitely help you a lot to your vocabulary.
Initially, you can start with a diary entry.
Watch English Movies or TV series
Initially with Subtitles then afterwards WITHOUT SUBTITLES.
Think in English
This may be a little tricky.
Try to narrate your day in English but practicing forming thoughts in English will help you a lot.
Immersing yourself fully in English is the best way to become fluent.
Hope this was helpful :)

Whatever you learn during the day keep a note of it or try to remember it.
Do not make the same errors again.
Be a patient listener.
All the best!
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If you absolutely have to write something then I would suggest writing a diary entry everyday.
Start with simple sentences until you’re absolutely sure you won’t make grammatical errors in complex ones.
Lastly, try not to use short forms of the words in everyday conversations, especially while communicating through social media like Facebook, Whatsapp etc.
This ruins your ability to recognize and form the correct spellings of words which is necessary in formal environments.
Listening: This is one factor you forgot about language.
In many cases listening can be more important than speaking and writing.
Try watching English news, TV shows or movies.
With subtitles in the beginning, but lose the subtitles over time as you begin to understand the conversation better and better.
All the best! :)

Learning is a skill and it can be improved.
Don't be in too much of a hurry.
You're setting off on a long journey and there will be delays and frustrations along the way.
Sometimes you'll be in the fast lane and other times you'll be stuck in traffic, but there will also be lots of interesting things and interesting people along the way.
Take your time to really enjoy the experience of learning.
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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.
Speaking in English for a few minutes every day is better to improve English speaking skills than studying for an hour only once a week.
There are some professional institutes like
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Happy reading :)

In response to your question, I like to share some practical approaches with you, so as to help you better understand that acquiring English proficiency necessitates a multi-layered and multi-faceted approach.
First and foremost, you need to have the right frame of mind or mindset in order to attain English proficiency, and ultimately mastery.
This is a harsh reality, by virtue of the fact that English is our global lingua franca today.
As a matter of fact, it's the Language of the 21st Century!
Putting this mindset into tactical terms, this means that you have got to integrate your practising of English from multi-directional and multi-developmental angles into your everyday lifestyle.
Do not approach your practising from the standpoint of ESL or EFL.

[ESL=English as Second Language; EFL=English as Foreign Language].
ENGLISH IS A LIFE SKILL!
In other words, you must not confine your practising of English to the spending of prescribed hours you are studying or learning from a textbook in a classroom, within four walls of a school.
It is important for you to understand that English mastery also involves the acquisition of five critical –  integrative and interactive – skills sets:
– Reading;
– Writing
– Thinking;
– Speaking;
– Listening;
as applied in your everyday life and workflow activities, involving real-world communication with real people!
Like the five spokes of the wheel on the Honda motorbike held all together by the metal rim with the rubber tyre revolving around the hub, each of these areas need to be strong in order for the wheel to run smoothly on the road, where rubber meets the road, just as you need the five skill sets in order for you to attain English mastery.
By the way, to me, the hub analogically represents vocabulary building and generation, as well as grammar.
Seek every opportunity in your daily activities to practising English, using a multi-fold approach, starting with baby steps:
1) Read, read, and read widely, and deeply, both mainstream and the fringe: newspapers, magazines, newsletters, novels, books, literary and scholarly works, and even ad blurbs and mailshots, online as well as offline, etc.
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2) Maintain a roving eye for interesting words or phrases or sentences, and see how they are strung masterfully together to express ideas or messages eloquently and succinctly across to the reader;
3) While reading your daily newspaper, pay particular attention to three specific areas:
a) the editorials;
b) the economic analyses;
c) the political commentaries;
These segments – with powerful word choices – are usually written by editors and senior journalists with a seemingly impeccable command of the English Language;
4) While watching movies, maintain a roving eye and ear for interesting as well as intriguing dialogues or fun conversations;
5) Always keep a large note book handy to capture all the stuff in (1) to (4);
This initiative is called sentence mining;
6) Write, write, and write, as much as you can, and make sure you use the captured stuff in (5) to enliven your language expressions, in emails or blogs or reports or proposals, in addition to helping you to internalise the new vocabulary;
Moreover, writing voraciously also naturally enhances your utility of vocabulary and grammar;
7) Explore and use as much of the stuff you have captured in (5) in your daily dynamic speaking and writing activities, too:
conversations, dialogues, discussions, meetings, doing presentations or sales pitches, writing emails, or blogs or reports or proposals, webcasting, pod-casting, public speaking gigs, etc.
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8) Adopt the Index Card Strategy, as an ancillary strategy to your large notebook, say using 4×3 cards for their pocket portability, from the standpoint of self-quizzing or testing while "learning-on-the-go": commuting or waiting in queue.
More suggestions:
9) Watch any Hollywood movie from a DVD, switch it off at 60-minute point, and grab a sheet of paper to write out your prediction about the ending; alternatively, you can describe it, by speaking aloud, onto the recorder of your smartphone;
You can even precede your description, again by speaking aloud, with an outline of your personal impressions and/or feelings about the movie plot up to the 60-minute cut off point;
10) Listen to an international news broadcast, and do your best to jot down your reactions, in the form of an essay;
You can extend this initiative further by probing from your viewpoint, again by speaking aloud, the rationale and motivations of the report as broadcasted;
You can replicate this initiative when reading your daily English news paper;
11) Grab any postcard or photo or picture at random, and proceed to describe in detail, first orally (on to recorder of your smartphone), and later in written form, what's in the picture:
– whats the theme/what's in the foreground/
– what's in the background/what's in the centre or middle/
– what's on the right/what's on the left/
– what's at the top/what's at the bottom/
– what at the top-right/top-left/bottom-right/bottom-left/
– what's happening/is it inside or outside/who's there/
– how's the weather and/or timing; how do you know/
– compare and contrast/how do you feel/
– what do you like/what do you dislike/
– would you like to be in the postcard or photo or picture; why and why not?
12) Once in a while, invite your friendly English teacher or a buddy who is a top dog in English, over a cuppa or a simple quick meal under the pretext of holding social interactions;
13) Identify a few MNCs in your city, and then, one by one, call up their Customer Service to enquire about a product or service, or make a product or service complaint, just for the sake of having an imaginary conversation;
Naturally you need to do your homework first to put some realism;
14) Go to any Starbucks outlet, if any, or any supermarket in your city and strike up a casual English conversation with any seemingly friendly Caucasian waiting in the queue;
15) You can even pop into any large international class hotel in your city, to pretend to talk to the reception about your desire to check out their facilities for an impending group of your visitors from overseas;
16) Urge your overseas English-speaking friends or pen-pals to come to visit your city or country, and volunteer to be their city guide on a pro-bono basis (naturally with all other expenses on their accounts);
17) Volunteer to work for free at your local Tourist Information Bureau, if any, or any local travel agency with inbound tours;
18) Log your name at foreign embassies in your country, if any, or even local chambers of commerce in your city, if any, and volunteer to be their tour guide for visiting businessmen from overseas, again for free;
19) Join a local chapter of the international Toastmasters' Club in your city, if any;
20) You can also watch – and listen to – recordings of popular Talk Shows, TED Talks and/or YouTube business presentations, and do your shadowing practice, if necessary;
21) As part of your vocabulary building and generation, take your pocket notebook with you, and go for a walkabout in your neighbourhood, or a new neighbourhood, to identify various landmarks or interesting places, which you do not know their English designations;
You can extend this initiative to browsing your city shopping mall and/or supermarket, to explore myriad everyday things which you do not know their English designations; then, do a running commentary in your head or by articulating to yourself aloud;
22) There are a lot of internet websites that teach English where you can explore speaking opportunities, e.
g.
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Step 3: Focus on your pronunciation and body language.
Notice those words which you find difficult to read.
Speak these words again and again until you find the perfect tone.
Vary your speed.
Think and observe.
This simple exercise seems useless until you try it yourself.
For me, I took part in some debates and assemblies in school and I found the perfect body language and pronunciations to speak confidently on stage.
Talk to yourself in the mirror.
Another useful picture:
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For reading,
Step 1 : You plan to improve your reading skill.
Take a book, magazine, newspaper, comics or anything having decent English.
Step 2 : Read.

Yes, it is this simple.
Reading is not a skill, understanding is.
No one can help you improve your reading unless you sit down with a book and a dictionary and read.

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Novels are very interesting.
People who don’t read novels don’t know what they are missing! Take up an interesting novel and read.
You will be focused too much on the story and your reading is improving side by side.
Read, re read, keep reading.
For Writing,
Just to avoid overlapping of content on Quora , I am linking two of my answers about writing skill improvement which have helped people who were stuggling with this.
(Not promoting):
Pulkit Khanna's answer to What is the best writing advice you have received?
Pulkit Khanna's answer to How can I improve my English vocabulary?
English is not a language, it’s an emotion.

Read English like crazy.
Write English like crazy.
Read for 30 minutes to 1 hour daily.
Write for 30 minutes to 1 hour daily.
This is the most simple, direct way to improve your English reading and writing skills quickly because you’ll immerse yourself in the language and learn it.
I get emails from non native speakers asking how they can improve their blogs.
99.
999% of these bloggers ask about the layout/appearance/design of their blogs when 99.
999% should be asking how many hours a day can they write English, and how much English should they be reading.
Speak English with native speakers.
Write, read, write and read and spend as much of your free time as possible immersing yourself in the language.
I advise bloggers or writers who are non native speakers to write at least 500 – 1000 words daily, if not more.
Writing is the easiest way to become a better writer.
Reading voraciously is the easiest way to become a better reader….
and writer.
It can be uncomfortable and frustrating at times – I recall reading, speaking and writing Spanish during a recent trip to a remote jungle in Costa Rica, where nobody spoke English and where I saw more toucans and sloths than people (not joking) but after the 6 weeks I was much more fluent than when I arrived.
Happy English writing and reading :)

Read to know the language.
Write to practice the language.
Speak to master the language.
The more you are associated with the language, the faster you will ace it.
Watch English shows, listen to English songs, read articles in English and speak with your friends in English.
Perfection in grammar will come naturally.
Coming to vocabulary, I believe first you should excel in basic English and learning the basics is not a child's play because it's a funny language and there are a lot of intricacies.
So after you are confident with your basics jump into improving your vocabulary.
You can make a diary and pen down words that you come across.
Write their meanings and try to use that word a lot of times so that it gets embedded in your memory.
Go through them in a regular basis.
Everyday try to learn one word from the dictionary .
Imagine at the end of the year, you will know 365 new words.
It's simple and beautiful.
:)
All the best! 😀
PLease remember that English is not that easy.
It's my favourite language but I still make mistakes.
If people correct you, be humble and learn even if it is from an irritating Grammar nazi because when you will master the language, you will have the last laugh.
:)

There are many ways to improve your English communication skills, but what matters is which one is more effective.
Here is the way I used to improve mine:
In all four of the above points 1, 2 and 4 are mandatory to be done 3 is optional :p .
Do remember great things take time, so have patience and do it for a week, you’ll see the difference.
All the best to those who will do it and get motivated for them who will give it a try.
:)

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#How can I improve my English speaking reading and writing.
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16 TIPS TO IMPROVE YOUR WRITING SKILLS.
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Understand Your Audience

One of the first issues for people who have a tough time writing is that they don’t grasp what the appropriate nature or style for what they’re writing should be.
Emails are dense and confusing, reports are formatted poorly, and the content is just a drag to read through.
Thus, by understanding what the writing is for, you can focus on how it should be presented.
An email to a customer or client should strictly adhere to certain writing guidelines such as clarity, courtesy, and conciseness while firing off an email to a colleague can be informal and brief.
So make your audience your compass, knowing that what a reader expects is how you should shape your writing.
Also, pay close attention to the tone and style you use; not just to come across appropriately to your audience, but to also develop flexibility in your writing in order to successfully communicate with various types of audiences.
Being able to demonstrate empathy through your writing is key to connecting with your readers and using the correct style and tone will allow you to communicate on their wavelength.
2.
Do Your Research

Aside from plagiarizing someone else’s work, nothing will undermine your credibility faster than failing to do your homework.
In their eagerness to be done with a blog post (or even major newspaper article), many writers try to take shortcuts with the facts.
This can range from accidentally fudging a statistic out of haste to being lazy when it comes to sourcing or attribution.
Not only can this land you in big trouble with your editor/content marketing manager/other boss-type person, it also makes you look like an amateur.
Everybody makes mistakes, and you don’t need to spend weeks cross-referencing every last statistic (see the next tip), but common sense should prevail here – don’t rely exclusively on sites like Wikipedia, and use current, primary sources whenever possible.
3.
Freelance Writing Jobs

You may not need the money, but freelance jobs will help you improve your writing skills and get more feedbacks from your customers.
This is a great opportunity for you to know what you need to improve.
I found the following website you can get paid up to $ 50 per article, get paid up to $ 500- $ 1,000 for short ebooks, you can get more details at: FreelanceWriter88.
Info/freelance-writing-jobs

4.
Learn grammar

Grammar decides the quality of post.
If you are making too much grammar mistakes in your articles then no one wants to read it.
You would also get lots of unpleasant comments for our mistakes.
So learn grammar to avoid any typos.
You can learn grammar from your old high school grammar book.
I personally feel my Grammar is not that good and I often mistake.
Even I spend lots of time learning grammar every day.
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5.
Proofreading

It’s essential you proofread your work, everything, even little emails.
Read your writing slowly back to yourself, and check for spelling, grammar, punctuation and typos.
This is good for little words you’ve missed (to, it, a, an, etc.
), and checking that sentences make sense.
In many cases, you will never find a bug in your article, even if you read it dozens of times.
Hiring an editing service is the best way to improve the quality of your article.
You can rent the editing service on Fiverr for only $ 5.
Related post: 24 secrets to become a successful writer: 24WriterSecrets.
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6.
Follow famous writers

This is one of the best ways to learn writing skills from famous writers.
+ Step 1: Select your favorite topics on quora by keyword, eg travel.
+ Step 2: Search for Most Viewed Writers
+ Step 3: Find out the answer they get many views and vote.
+ Step 4: Find out why their answers are catching the attention of readers.
+ Step 5: Rewrite your content and create an answer to that question.
+ Step 6: Get the results.
+ Step 7: Follow that writer.
+ Step 8: Ask the writer to share their writing experience.
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7.
Know Your Facts

You will lose credibility quickly if the information you communicate isn’t accurate.
So don’t rely on any old source to give you the information you need.
Many websites quote incomplete or incorrect information, and some even purposefully spread untruths.
Focus on official institutional sites, like those run by government agencies, educational organizations, or well-established businesses.
If your source cites another study or report, find the original and interpret the data yourself.
Don’t trust a stat just because it’s reported by a news outlet.
Do your own fact checking.
8.
Use Online Tools

It’s always worth getting help with your writing, and plenty of online tools offer help.
Give these a try:
• Easy Word Counter: Use this tool to check the length of your writing.
• State Of Writing: This site is full of helpful writing guides.
• Grammarly: This browser extension helps you with grammar and spelling in everything from WordPress to email.
It also sends you a weekly report of your progress.
• Cite It In: Use this tool to cite your sources correctly.
9.
Read, read, read

There’s really no way around it—you cannot become a better writer without being a keen reader.
So pay attention to different writing materials.
And when you read, it’s smart to diversify.
Pick up genres that you normally wouldn’t and give them a try.
Read Tolstoy as well as lighter blog posts.
You don’t have to fall in love with a sci-fi novel if you’re usually an English literature fan, but it’s healthy for your writer brain to have a varied diet of writing genres and styles.
If you have time, join a book club to force yourself to read analytically again.
Be an avid reader of fiction and non-fiction of all lengths, and you’ll see your writing style, whether that’s creative writing or technical writing, magically improve.
10.
Take an online class

Learning by doing is great, but sometimes, you want a straightforward explanation of concepts and best practices.
Enter: free or low-cost online writing courses.
Anyone looking for a “back to basics” refresher should check out Arizona State University’s English Composition course, a free eight-week program requiring 18 hours of work per week.
Meanwhile, Stanford offers more than 20 online creative writing courses ranging from 5 to 10 weeks.
They’re pricey (from roughly $150 to $1,000), but you’re guaranteed to get some top-notch writing instruction.
Looking for something a little more budget—or schedule—friendly? Mediabistro offers a variety of online writing courses covering everything from basic grammar to advanced copywriting techniques and business writing.
11.
Write every day

To improve your writing you need to practice, just like any other skill.
It’s that simple.
Do you have 5 free minutes every day? Yes, you do.
In those 5 free precious minutes, whip out that hipster notebook you’ve been wondering what to do with, open a new document (or an ongoing journal document so you don’t have to stare at a blank space) on your laptop, open up that basic notepad app on your phone–and write something, anything.
If you experience writer’s block, try again the next day.
The best writers don’t get it on the first time.
12.
Set Up a Schedule

Writing is actually pretty similar to working out.
The first couple times you do it, you struggle to even finish.
But keep practicing, and before you know it, the things that used to feel impossible are now simple.
Everyone has different amounts of free time, but try to shoot for at least 30 minutes of writing practice every day.
(If you can fit in more, even better.
) Like exercising, it’s helpful to pick one time and stick to it.
Most writers opt for early in the morning or late at night, depending on when their creativity and energy peaks—but go with whatever works for you!
13.
Rewrite Old Pieces

Reading your old work should make you cringe: It shows you’re improving.
To simultaneously benchmark your progress and hone your skills, pick up an old piece and make it better.
You can either make light edits or do a total rewrite, depending on the quality of the piece.
Take note of what you’re changing.
Is your tone different? Are there structural errors? Do you need more or less explanation?
Once you go back to your current work, try to stay conscious of the mistakes you found so you don’t repeat them.
14.
Always Edit and Proofread

You’d be surprised at how many professionals skip this step — at a cost.
No matter what you’re writing, ensure that it’s properly proofread and edited before it’s sent.
Even a single letter in the wrong place in the wrong word can lead to embarrassment later.
Spell check won’t catch everything, so make sure you read your writing carefully.
15.
Get new perspective

Whether you meet in person or you exchange writing feedback online, having more eyes on your work is a surefire way to grow your writing skills.
You always need an outside perspective.
If you’ve got the budget for it, hire an editor or another experienced writer to give you detailed feedback.
Don’t be afraid to ask a friend to read your work for clarity before you submit it.
More likely than not, he or she will have some good advice.
16.
Random sentence building

This is one of the most effective exercises when it comes to improving your writing.
Open a book at look at a sentence.
Use that sentence as the beginning of a story of your own.
With this exercise, you use the sentence and build upon it.
Your story can go anywhere when you already have a start.
It does not have to be the same or close to the story you took the sentence from.
In this way, you are not only practicing your actual writing, but you are also required to become creative.

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4 TIPS TO BECOME FLUENT IN ENGLISH.

Now that you have a goal, a commitment to learn every day, and you are surrounding yourself in English, what’s next?
Deliberate practice.
What is deliberate practice?
It’s where you focus on improving something specific by following a strategy that is specific to you.
An example will help:
I used to teach English in Spain.
I noticed that Spanish speakers had similar problems with their English.
One problem was that they said, “I have been in English three times” instead of “I have been TO Spain three times.

So, we practiced.
I had them repeat similar phrases and tested them over the coming weeks.
Even though I was part of this process, you can do this on your own too.
Part of deliberate practice is spotting the mistakes you make and making changes.
This is why I constantly talk about the To Fluency method (more on this soon).
So…
… while in tip number three you are learning passively (watching, reading, listening), with deliberate practice, you are actively learning.
Here are some examples of deliberate practice:
This takes more effort than doing something like listening to audiobooks.
But the dedication to improvement is powerful and I highly recommend you make this a priority.
Do this: dedicate a specific part of your day to deliberate practice.
Then, focus on what will help you improve.
Let this evolve so that you’re constantly doing the right things.
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English is always a hard nut to crack, but its easy if you can give some time for reading stuff.
here are some tips.
im not the exact person to write this, but i think im qualified to write an answer because*some random reason*
All the best!!!

To be honest, the definition of ‘Good’ differs from man to man depending on the basis of their thinking.
I may not be so good in English, but here I am going to inform you some of my habits and techniques of reading and learning English discussing them thoroughly at my level best,….
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I often have been asked on quora : How much time is required to be ‘Good’ in English ? I provide them with an answer as follows : No idea about the time limit, only knowing the path.
And according to me no one can provide you with the correct limit of time until you start the journey as a honest traveller and judge your capacity in this field.
More deep you will reach in the vast ocean of English, you will not discover any end out, you will just sink and sink….
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,besides I do not know the definition of ‘good' on the basis of your thinking, so….
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,Just as like this, some students think that daily 12 hours study schedule is ‘good' enough to meet their needs, and at the same time, some of them think that a day should contain 26 hours instead of 24 to complete their syllabus in a ‘good’ way……….
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However, this language has infinite areas in it, most common sectors where we often visit and are badly needed in our daily life to cope with English are : Comprehension(Reading Skills), Grammar, Vocabulary, Writing, Spoken English.
We have to analyze them, understand them to taste the real taste of English.
Comprehension : To improve your reading skill i.
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to comprehend well, you need not to be a book-worm, you have to be a good reader and a good listener.
Patience and concentration is earnestly required to cross this hurdle as a victor.
Read a passage at least three times to make a complete sense of it in your mind.
Solve questions asked from unknown passages.
Invest your effort smartly in reading, give a underline behind every word which you fail to undetstand, keep a record book of these words, put extra pressure on each and every word respectively, specially on their uses and meanings from dictionaries, observe the different natures of a same word on the basis of a sentence, you can't skip a tough word, as a hole in the bowl is quite enough to drain the whole water.

Grammar : Grammar is the most important portion in English department, many asks me on quora that : Is it possible to learn and speak English freely without having the proper knowledge of grammar ? I just ask them to tell me one thing that : Can a house be built by only using bricks, without using a bit of cement ?….
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,Never….
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,Tenses, Voice Change, Narration, Joining of sentences, Transformation of sentences are some of the most unforgettable chapters in English Grammar….
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,Best sellimg grammar books are available in market to provide your requirement.
Remember, never dare try to under-estimate English Grammar because it is the life of the language, it purely depends on how much you practice, and Practice makes a man perfect….
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Vocabulary : Haven't enough word stock ? No problem….
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,Read English dailys, novels, various articles on internet, science magazines to enrich your vocabulary (You may also try Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis).
Increase your power of thinking, sense of humour, try to realize the meaning of a word by observing the sentence, as it is not a good habit to consult oxford dictionaries all the time.
Always make an attempt to guess the meaning first, it will develop your self-confidence.
Do not try to over-learn as it may affect your brain.
Try to learn just a single word every day, as An word a day keeps the dictionary away.
Your word stock will be autometically increased day by day.
Remember then, Words are the fossils of civilization, where language is the bridge of communication.

Writing : I really don't know what extra points needed to be included about Writing Segment, as this the summation of discussion of the above three sectors completes this part.
Writing judges your potential ability of thinking, power of writing-basically the strength of your pen.
Story, Paragraph, Letter, Report, Leaflet, Notice, Precis, Telegram, Advertisement .
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and many more, these all are the classification of writing section.
Essay, biography, autobiography are the general types of paragraph.
Personal letter, official letter, businesses letter fall under letter writing.
If you desire to be a genuine writer, you have to digest novels, newspapers so that you can observe writing skills and techniques of eminent writers and reporters, and earn them as your own.
The toughest task you will find here is to check your spellings, Spelling Mistake has become a nightmare for lots of students over decades.

Spoken English : To err is human, so never hesitate to speak English freely in public just for the fear of making mistakes in pronounciation or grammar.
Believe me, it rarely matters that the number of mistakes you have done, the thing which really matter is the number of words spoken by you.
Stand in the front of a mirror, tell yourself that you can, and go ahead, practice speaking English fluently in this style as here is no scope to be laughed by others, many great people has got unbelievable results by practicing this way, it will improve your speaking skills, develop your personality, fill yourself with positive attitude.
If you prefer to learn the spoken English, you need not spend extra hours behind it in coaching classes.
Hope, you will become a master in this game.

Hope this was helpful….
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,Wishing your success on both of your luck and pluck….
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,God be with you….
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,Readers please Respond.

How can I improve my English speaking, reading and writing?

So far, I have managed to learn four languages.
I'll try my best to help you out.
The key to master any new language is to acquaint yourself with the basics.
Every language is unique and has a basic set of rules.
For example, if you're very comfortable with English as a language, it is possible to learn German,French and Spanish with minimal efforts.
First of all, I'd like to say that English is just a language but very global in its roots.
English has borrowed a lot of its derivatives from a lot of languages : Latin, French ,Greek, etcetera.
Hope this helps! All the best!!

We all are well aware of the famous Saying.
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If you want to shine a Sun, first BURN like a sun.
Learning the basics of English is certainly a challenge, but mastering fluency in this language is even more difficult.
Here are some tips and tricks that can actually help you to develop proficiency in English.
Try to have a conversation in English with your friends, Relatives, Colleagues etc.

The First Step is always the toughest one.
Initially, you will feel a little awkward.
You won’t be able interpret whatever your friend is trying to convince and vice a versa.
But trust me, once you get comfortable with English that won’t be a problem anymore.
If nobody is available, then talk to yourself.
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like in front of Mirror.

Expand Your Vocabulary By learning new words every single day
Simply learning new words won’t be sufficient, you have to use them in your daily conversations.
Develop a Reading Habit
Try to read English Newspapers, Magazines, Blogs and other such stuff (Whichever is available#Make sure they bear the quality)
In case of newspapers-
Start with “THE INDIAN EXPRESS”
Move to “THE TIMES OF INDIA”
Go For “THE HINDU”
Try to write an Article(Daily)
This will definitely help you a lot to your vocabulary.
Initially, you can start with a diary entry.
Watch English Movies or TV series
Initially with Subtitles then afterwards WITHOUT SUBTITLES.
Think in English
This may be a little tricky.
Try to narrate your day in English but practicing forming thoughts in English will help you a lot.
Immersing yourself fully in English is the best way to become fluent.
Hope this was helpful :)

Whatever you learn during the day keep a note of it or try to remember it.
Do not make the same errors again.
Be a patient listener.
All the best!
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If you absolutely have to write something then I would suggest writing a diary entry everyday.
Start with simple sentences until you’re absolutely sure you won’t make grammatical errors in complex ones.
Lastly, try not to use short forms of the words in everyday conversations, especially while communicating through social media like Facebook, Whatsapp etc.
This ruins your ability to recognize and form the correct spellings of words which is necessary in formal environments.
Listening: This is one factor you forgot about language.
In many cases listening can be more important than speaking and writing.
Try watching English news, TV shows or movies.
With subtitles in the beginning, but lose the subtitles over time as you begin to understand the conversation better and better.
All the best! :)

Learning is a skill and it can be improved.
Don't be in too much of a hurry.
You're setting off on a long journey and there will be delays and frustrations along the way.
Sometimes you'll be in the fast lane and other times you'll be stuck in traffic, but there will also be lots of interesting things and interesting people along the way.
Take your time to really enjoy the experience of learning.
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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.
Speaking in English for a few minutes every day is better to improve English speaking skills than studying for an hour only once a week.
There are some professional institutes like
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Happy reading :)

In response to your question, I like to share some practical approaches with you, so as to help you better understand that acquiring English proficiency necessitates a multi-layered and multi-faceted approach.
First and foremost, you need to have the right frame of mind or mindset in order to attain English proficiency, and ultimately mastery.
This is a harsh reality, by virtue of the fact that English is our global lingua franca today.
As a matter of fact, it's the Language of the 21st Century!
Putting this mindset into tactical terms, this means that you have got to integrate your practising of English from multi-directional and multi-developmental angles into your everyday lifestyle.
Do not approach your practising from the standpoint of ESL or EFL.

[ESL=English as Second Language; EFL=English as Foreign Language].
ENGLISH IS A LIFE SKILL!
In other words, you must not confine your practising of English to the spending of prescribed hours you are studying or learning from a textbook in a classroom, within four walls of a school.
It is important for you to understand that English mastery also involves the acquisition of five critical –  integrative and interactive – skills sets:
– Reading;
– Writing
– Thinking;
– Speaking;
– Listening;
as applied in your everyday life and workflow activities, involving real-world communication with real people!
Like the five spokes of the wheel on the Honda motorbike held all together by the metal rim with the rubber tyre revolving around the hub, each of these areas need to be strong in order for the wheel to run smoothly on the road, where rubber meets the road, just as you need the five skill sets in order for you to attain English mastery.
By the way, to me, the hub analogically represents vocabulary building and generation, as well as grammar.
Seek every opportunity in your daily activities to practising English, using a multi-fold approach, starting with baby steps:
1) Read, read, and read widely, and deeply, both mainstream and the fringe: newspapers, magazines, newsletters, novels, books, literary and scholarly works, and even ad blurbs and mailshots, online as well as offline, etc.
;
2) Maintain a roving eye for interesting words or phrases or sentences, and see how they are strung masterfully together to express ideas or messages eloquently and succinctly across to the reader;
3) While reading your daily newspaper, pay particular attention to three specific areas:
a) the editorials;
b) the economic analyses;
c) the political commentaries;
These segments – with powerful word choices – are usually written by editors and senior journalists with a seemingly impeccable command of the English Language;
4) While watching movies, maintain a roving eye and ear for interesting as well as intriguing dialogues or fun conversations;
5) Always keep a large note book handy to capture all the stuff in (1) to (4);
This initiative is called sentence mining;
6) Write, write, and write, as much as you can, and make sure you use the captured stuff in (5) to enliven your language expressions, in emails or blogs or reports or proposals, in addition to helping you to internalise the new vocabulary;
Moreover, writing voraciously also naturally enhances your utility of vocabulary and grammar;
7) Explore and use as much of the stuff you have captured in (5) in your daily dynamic speaking and writing activities, too:
conversations, dialogues, discussions, meetings, doing presentations or sales pitches, writing emails, or blogs or reports or proposals, webcasting, pod-casting, public speaking gigs, etc.
;

8) Adopt the Index Card Strategy, as an ancillary strategy to your large notebook, say using 4×3 cards for their pocket portability, from the standpoint of self-quizzing or testing while "learning-on-the-go": commuting or waiting in queue.
More suggestions:
9) Watch any Hollywood movie from a DVD, switch it off at 60-minute point, and grab a sheet of paper to write out your prediction about the ending; alternatively, you can describe it, by speaking aloud, onto the recorder of your smartphone;
You can even precede your description, again by speaking aloud, with an outline of your personal impressions and/or feelings about the movie plot up to the 60-minute cut off point;
10) Listen to an international news broadcast, and do your best to jot down your reactions, in the form of an essay;
You can extend this initiative further by probing from your viewpoint, again by speaking aloud, the rationale and motivations of the report as broadcasted;
You can replicate this initiative when reading your daily English news paper;
11) Grab any postcard or photo or picture at random, and proceed to describe in detail, first orally (on to recorder of your smartphone), and later in written form, what's in the picture:
– whats the theme/what's in the foreground/
– what's in the background/what's in the centre or middle/
– what's on the right/what's on the left/
– what's at the top/what's at the bottom/
– what at the top-right/top-left/bottom-right/bottom-left/
– what's happening/is it inside or outside/who's there/
– how's the weather and/or timing; how do you know/
– compare and contrast/how do you feel/
– what do you like/what do you dislike/
– would you like to be in the postcard or photo or picture; why and why not?
12) Once in a while, invite your friendly English teacher or a buddy who is a top dog in English, over a cuppa or a simple quick meal under the pretext of holding social interactions;
13) Identify a few MNCs in your city, and then, one by one, call up their Customer Service to enquire about a product or service, or make a product or service complaint, just for the sake of having an imaginary conversation;
Naturally you need to do your homework first to put some realism;
14) Go to any Starbucks outlet, if any, or any supermarket in your city and strike up a casual English conversation with any seemingly friendly Caucasian waiting in the queue;
15) You can even pop into any large international class hotel in your city, to pretend to talk to the reception about your desire to check out their facilities for an impending group of your visitors from overseas;
16) Urge your overseas English-speaking friends or pen-pals to come to visit your city or country, and volunteer to be their city guide on a pro-bono basis (naturally with all other expenses on their accounts);
17) Volunteer to work for free at your local Tourist Information Bureau, if any, or any local travel agency with inbound tours;
18) Log your name at foreign embassies in your country, if any, or even local chambers of commerce in your city, if any, and volunteer to be their tour guide for visiting businessmen from overseas, again for free;
19) Join a local chapter of the international Toastmasters' Club in your city, if any;
20) You can also watch – and listen to – recordings of popular Talk Shows, TED Talks and/or YouTube business presentations, and do your shadowing practice, if necessary;
21) As part of your vocabulary building and generation, take your pocket notebook with you, and go for a walkabout in your neighbourhood, or a new neighbourhood, to identify various landmarks or interesting places, which you do not know their English designations;
You can extend this initiative to browsing your city shopping mall and/or supermarket, to explore myriad everyday things which you do not know their English designations; then, do a running commentary in your head or by articulating to yourself aloud;
22) There are a lot of internet websites that teach English where you can explore speaking opportunities, e.
g.
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Step 3: Focus on your pronunciation and body language.
Notice those words which you find difficult to read.
Speak these words again and again until you find the perfect tone.
Vary your speed.
Think and observe.
This simple exercise seems useless until you try it yourself.
For me, I took part in some debates and assemblies in school and I found the perfect body language and pronunciations to speak confidently on stage.
Talk to yourself in the mirror.
Another useful picture:
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For reading,
Step 1 : You plan to improve your reading skill.
Take a book, magazine, newspaper, comics or anything having decent English.
Step 2 : Read.

Yes, it is this simple.
Reading is not a skill, understanding is.
No one can help you improve your reading unless you sit down with a book and a dictionary and read.

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Novels are very interesting.
People who don’t read novels don’t know what they are missing! Take up an interesting novel and read.
You will be focused too much on the story and your reading is improving side by side.
Read, re read, keep reading.
For Writing,
Just to avoid overlapping of content on Quora , I am linking two of my answers about writing skill improvement which have helped people who were stuggling with this.
(Not promoting):
Pulkit Khanna's answer to What is the best writing advice you have received?
Pulkit Khanna's answer to How can I improve my English vocabulary?
English is not a language, it’s an emotion.

Read English like crazy.
Write English like crazy.
Read for 30 minutes to 1 hour daily.
Write for 30 minutes to 1 hour daily.
This is the most simple, direct way to improve your English reading and writing skills quickly because you’ll immerse yourself in the language and learn it.
I get emails from non native speakers asking how they can improve their blogs.
99.
999% of these bloggers ask about the layout/appearance/design of their blogs when 99.
999% should be asking how many hours a day can they write English, and how much English should they be reading.
Speak English with native speakers.
Write, read, write and read and spend as much of your free time as possible immersing yourself in the language.
I advise bloggers or writers who are non native speakers to write at least 500 – 1000 words daily, if not more.
Writing is the easiest way to become a better writer.
Reading voraciously is the easiest way to become a better reader….
and writer.
It can be uncomfortable and frustrating at times – I recall reading, speaking and writing Spanish during a recent trip to a remote jungle in Costa Rica, where nobody spoke English and where I saw more toucans and sloths than people (not joking) but after the 6 weeks I was much more fluent than when I arrived.
Happy English writing and reading :)

Read to know the language.
Write to practice the language.
Speak to master the language.
The more you are associated with the language, the faster you will ace it.
Watch English shows, listen to English songs, read articles in English and speak with your friends in English.
Perfection in grammar will come naturally.
Coming to vocabulary, I believe first you should excel in basic English and learning the basics is not a child's play because it's a funny language and there are a lot of intricacies.
So after you are confident with your basics jump into improving your vocabulary.
You can make a diary and pen down words that you come across.
Write their meanings and try to use that word a lot of times so that it gets embedded in your memory.
Go through them in a regular basis.
Everyday try to learn one word from the dictionary .
Imagine at the end of the year, you will know 365 new words.
It's simple and beautiful.
:)
All the best! 😀
PLease remember that English is not that easy.
It's my favourite language but I still make mistakes.
If people correct you, be humble and learn even if it is from an irritating Grammar nazi because when you will master the language, you will have the last laugh.
:)

There are many ways to improve your English communication skills, but what matters is which one is more effective.
Here is the way I used to improve mine:
In all four of the above points 1, 2 and 4 are mandatory to be done 3 is optional :p .
Do remember great things take time, so have patience and do it for a week, you’ll see the difference.
All the best to those who will do it and get motivated for them who will give it a try.
:)

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#How can I improve my English speaking reading and writing.
Tips and tricks for the question: #How can I improve my English speaking reading and writing
16 TIPS TO IMPROVE YOUR WRITING SKILLS.
1.
Understand Your Audience

One of the first issues for people who have a tough time writing is that they don’t grasp what the appropriate nature or style for what they’re writing should be.
Emails are dense and confusing, reports are formatted poorly, and the content is just a drag to read through.
Thus, by understanding what the writing is for, you can focus on how it should be presented.
An email to a customer or client should strictly adhere to certain writing guidelines such as clarity, courtesy, and conciseness while firing off an email to a colleague can be informal and brief.
So make your audience your compass, knowing that what a reader expects is how you should shape your writing.
Also, pay close attention to the tone and style you use; not just to come across appropriately to your audience, but to also develop flexibility in your writing in order to successfully communicate with various types of audiences.
Being able to demonstrate empathy through your writing is key to connecting with your readers and using the correct style and tone will allow you to communicate on their wavelength.
2.
Do Your Research

Aside from plagiarizing someone else’s work, nothing will undermine your credibility faster than failing to do your homework.
In their eagerness to be done with a blog post (or even major newspaper article), many writers try to take shortcuts with the facts.
This can range from accidentally fudging a statistic out of haste to being lazy when it comes to sourcing or attribution.
Not only can this land you in big trouble with your editor/content marketing manager/other boss-type person, it also makes you look like an amateur.
Everybody makes mistakes, and you don’t need to spend weeks cross-referencing every last statistic (see the next tip), but common sense should prevail here – don’t rely exclusively on sites like Wikipedia, and use current, primary sources whenever possible.
3.
Freelance Writing Jobs

You may not need the money, but freelance jobs will help you improve your writing skills and get more feedbacks from your customers.
This is a great opportunity for you to know what you need to improve.
I found the following website you can get paid up to $ 50 per article, get paid up to $ 500- $ 1,000 for short ebooks, you can get more details at: FreelanceWriter88.
Info/freelance-writing-jobs

4.
Learn grammar

Grammar decides the quality of post.
If you are making too much grammar mistakes in your articles then no one wants to read it.
You would also get lots of unpleasant comments for our mistakes.
So learn grammar to avoid any typos.
You can learn grammar from your old high school grammar book.
I personally feel my Grammar is not that good and I often mistake.
Even I spend lots of time learning grammar every day.
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5.
Proofreading

It’s essential you proofread your work, everything, even little emails.
Read your writing slowly back to yourself, and check for spelling, grammar, punctuation and typos.
This is good for little words you’ve missed (to, it, a, an, etc.
), and checking that sentences make sense.
In many cases, you will never find a bug in your article, even if you read it dozens of times.
Hiring an editing service is the best way to improve the quality of your article.
You can rent the editing service on Fiverr for only $ 5.
Related post: 24 secrets to become a successful writer: 24WriterSecrets.
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6.
Follow famous writers

This is one of the best ways to learn writing skills from famous writers.
+ Step 1: Select your favorite topics on quora by keyword, eg travel.
+ Step 2: Search for Most Viewed Writers
+ Step 3: Find out the answer they get many views and vote.
+ Step 4: Find out why their answers are catching the attention of readers.
+ Step 5: Rewrite your content and create an answer to that question.
+ Step 6: Get the results.
+ Step 7: Follow that writer.
+ Step 8: Ask the writer to share their writing experience.
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7.
Know Your Facts

You will lose credibility quickly if the information you communicate isn’t accurate.
So don’t rely on any old source to give you the information you need.
Many websites quote incomplete or incorrect information, and some even purposefully spread untruths.
Focus on official institutional sites, like those run by government agencies, educational organizations, or well-established businesses.
If your source cites another study or report, find the original and interpret the data yourself.
Don’t trust a stat just because it’s reported by a news outlet.
Do your own fact checking.
8.
Use Online Tools

It’s always worth getting help with your writing, and plenty of online tools offer help.
Give these a try:
• Easy Word Counter: Use this tool to check the length of your writing.
• State Of Writing: This site is full of helpful writing guides.
• Grammarly: This browser extension helps you with grammar and spelling in everything from WordPress to email.
It also sends you a weekly report of your progress.
• Cite It In: Use this tool to cite your sources correctly.
9.
Read, read, read

There’s really no way around it—you cannot become a better writer without being a keen reader.
So pay attention to different writing materials.
And when you read, it’s smart to diversify.
Pick up genres that you normally wouldn’t and give them a try.
Read Tolstoy as well as lighter blog posts.
You don’t have to fall in love with a sci-fi novel if you’re usually an English literature fan, but it’s healthy for your writer brain to have a varied diet of writing genres and styles.
If you have time, join a book club to force yourself to read analytically again.
Be an avid reader of fiction and non-fiction of all lengths, and you’ll see your writing style, whether that’s creative writing or technical writing, magically improve.
10.
Take an online class

Learning by doing is great, but sometimes, you want a straightforward explanation of concepts and best practices.
Enter: free or low-cost online writing courses.
Anyone looking for a “back to basics” refresher should check out Arizona State University’s English Composition course, a free eight-week program requiring 18 hours of work per week.
Meanwhile, Stanford offers more than 20 online creative writing courses ranging from 5 to 10 weeks.
They’re pricey (from roughly $150 to $1,000), but you’re guaranteed to get some top-notch writing instruction.
Looking for something a little more budget—or schedule—friendly? Mediabistro offers a variety of online writing courses covering everything from basic grammar to advanced copywriting techniques and business writing.
11.
Write every day

To improve your writing you need to practice, just like any other skill.
It’s that simple.
Do you have 5 free minutes every day? Yes, you do.
In those 5 free precious minutes, whip out that hipster notebook you’ve been wondering what to do with, open a new document (or an ongoing journal document so you don’t have to stare at a blank space) on your laptop, open up that basic notepad app on your phone–and write something, anything.
If you experience writer’s block, try again the next day.
The best writers don’t get it on the first time.
12.
Set Up a Schedule

Writing is actually pretty similar to working out.
The first couple times you do it, you struggle to even finish.
But keep practicing, and before you know it, the things that used to feel impossible are now simple.
Everyone has different amounts of free time, but try to shoot for at least 30 minutes of writing practice every day.
(If you can fit in more, even better.
) Like exercising, it’s helpful to pick one time and stick to it.
Most writers opt for early in the morning or late at night, depending on when their creativity and energy peaks—but go with whatever works for you!
13.
Rewrite Old Pieces

Reading your old work should make you cringe: It shows you’re improving.
To simultaneously benchmark your progress and hone your skills, pick up an old piece and make it better.
You can either make light edits or do a total rewrite, depending on the quality of the piece.
Take note of what you’re changing.
Is your tone different? Are there structural errors? Do you need more or less explanation?
Once you go back to your current work, try to stay conscious of the mistakes you found so you don’t repeat them.
14.
Always Edit and Proofread

You’d be surprised at how many professionals skip this step — at a cost.
No matter what you’re writing, ensure that it’s properly proofread and edited before it’s sent.
Even a single letter in the wrong place in the wrong word can lead to embarrassment later.
Spell check won’t catch everything, so make sure you read your writing carefully.
15.
Get new perspective

Whether you meet in person or you exchange writing feedback online, having more eyes on your work is a surefire way to grow your writing skills.
You always need an outside perspective.
If you’ve got the budget for it, hire an editor or another experienced writer to give you detailed feedback.
Don’t be afraid to ask a friend to read your work for clarity before you submit it.
More likely than not, he or she will have some good advice.
16.
Random sentence building

This is one of the most effective exercises when it comes to improving your writing.
Open a book at look at a sentence.
Use that sentence as the beginning of a story of your own.
With this exercise, you use the sentence and build upon it.
Your story can go anywhere when you already have a start.
It does not have to be the same or close to the story you took the sentence from.
In this way, you are not only practicing your actual writing, but you are also required to become creative.

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4 TIPS TO BECOME FLUENT IN ENGLISH.

Now that you have a goal, a commitment to learn every day, and you are surrounding yourself in English, what’s next?
Deliberate practice.
What is deliberate practice?
It’s where you focus on improving something specific by following a strategy that is specific to you.
An example will help:
I used to teach English in Spain.
I noticed that Spanish speakers had similar problems with their English.
One problem was that they said, “I have been in English three times” instead of “I have been TO Spain three times.

So, we practiced.
I had them repeat similar phrases and tested them over the coming weeks.
Even though I was part of this process, you can do this on your own too.
Part of deliberate practice is spotting the mistakes you make and making changes.
This is why I constantly talk about the To Fluency method (more on this soon).
So…
… while in tip number three you are learning passively (watching, reading, listening), with deliberate practice, you are actively learning.
Here are some examples of deliberate practice:
This takes more effort than doing something like listening to audiobooks.
But the dedication to improvement is powerful and I highly recommend you make this a priority.
Do this: dedicate a specific part of your day to deliberate practice.
Then, focus on what will help you improve.
Let this evolve so that you’re constantly doing the right things.
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English is always a hard nut to crack, but its easy if you can give some time for reading stuff.
here are some tips.
im not the exact person to write this, but i think im qualified to write an answer because*some random reason*
All the best!!!

To be honest, the definition of ‘Good’ differs from man to man depending on the basis of their thinking.
I may not be so good in English, but here I am going to inform you some of my habits and techniques of reading and learning English discussing them thoroughly at my level best,….
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I often have been asked on quora : How much time is required to be ‘Good’ in English ? I provide them with an answer as follows : No idea about the time limit, only knowing the path.
And according to me no one can provide you with the correct limit of time until you start the journey as a honest traveller and judge your capacity in this field.
More deep you will reach in the vast ocean of English, you will not discover any end out, you will just sink and sink….
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,besides I do not know the definition of ‘good' on the basis of your thinking, so….
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,Just as like this, some students think that daily 12 hours study schedule is ‘good' enough to meet their needs, and at the same time, some of them think that a day should contain 26 hours instead of 24 to complete their syllabus in a ‘good’ way……….
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However, this language has infinite areas in it, most common sectors where we often visit and are badly needed in our daily life to cope with English are : Comprehension(Reading Skills), Grammar, Vocabulary, Writing, Spoken English.
We have to analyze them, understand them to taste the real taste of English.
Comprehension : To improve your reading skill i.
e.
to comprehend well, you need not to be a book-worm, you have to be a good reader and a good listener.
Patience and concentration is earnestly required to cross this hurdle as a victor.
Read a passage at least three times to make a complete sense of it in your mind.
Solve questions asked from unknown passages.
Invest your effort smartly in reading, give a underline behind every word which you fail to undetstand, keep a record book of these words, put extra pressure on each and every word respectively, specially on their uses and meanings from dictionaries, observe the different natures of a same word on the basis of a sentence, you can't skip a tough word, as a hole in the bowl is quite enough to drain the whole water.

Grammar : Grammar is the most important portion in English department, many asks me on quora that : Is it possible to learn and speak English freely without having the proper knowledge of grammar ? I just ask them to tell me one thing that : Can a house be built by only using bricks, without using a bit of cement ?….
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,Never….
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,Tenses, Voice Change, Narration, Joining of sentences, Transformation of sentences are some of the most unforgettable chapters in English Grammar….
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,Best sellimg grammar books are available in market to provide your requirement.
Remember, never dare try to under-estimate English Grammar because it is the life of the language, it purely depends on how much you practice, and Practice makes a man perfect….
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Vocabulary : Haven't enough word stock ? No problem….
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,Read English dailys, novels, various articles on internet, science magazines to enrich your vocabulary (You may also try Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis).
Increase your power of thinking, sense of humour, try to realize the meaning of a word by observing the sentence, as it is not a good habit to consult oxford dictionaries all the time.
Always make an attempt to guess the meaning first, it will develop your self-confidence.
Do not try to over-learn as it may affect your brain.
Try to learn just a single word every day, as An word a day keeps the dictionary away.
Your word stock will be autometically increased day by day.
Remember then, Words are the fossils of civilization, where language is the bridge of communication.

Writing : I really don't know what extra points needed to be included about Writing Segment, as this the summation of discussion of the above three sectors completes this part.
Writing judges your potential ability of thinking, power of writing-basically the strength of your pen.
Story, Paragraph, Letter, Report, Leaflet, Notice, Precis, Telegram, Advertisement .
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and many more, these all are the classification of writing section.
Essay, biography, autobiography are the general types of paragraph.
Personal letter, official letter, businesses letter fall under letter writing.
If you desire to be a genuine writer, you have to digest novels, newspapers so that you can observe writing skills and techniques of eminent writers and reporters, and earn them as your own.
The toughest task you will find here is to check your spellings, Spelling Mistake has become a nightmare for lots of students over decades.

Spoken English : To err is human, so never hesitate to speak English freely in public just for the fear of making mistakes in pronounciation or grammar.
Believe me, it rarely matters that the number of mistakes you have done, the thing which really matter is the number of words spoken by you.
Stand in the front of a mirror, tell yourself that you can, and go ahead, practice speaking English fluently in this style as here is no scope to be laughed by others, many great people has got unbelievable results by practicing this way, it will improve your speaking skills, develop your personality, fill yourself with positive attitude.
If you prefer to learn the spoken English, you need not spend extra hours behind it in coaching classes.
Hope, you will become a master in this game.

Hope this was helpful….
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,Wishing your success on both of your luck and pluck….
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,God be with you….
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,Readers please Respond.

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The more you speak, the more fluent you'll become.
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Updated: 21.06.2019 — 8:32 pm

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