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Manoj K. Sharma (Interview Specialist) has started his career after successfully completing Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A) from DEVI AHILYA VISHWAVIDHYALAYA, Indore (M.P) in 2000. He joined Rallis India Ltd, A Tata Company . Later on, he joined Ipca Laboratories Ltd at the designation of Professional Service Representative. During his service itself he has done his 1st M.B.A from I.M.T Ghaziabad (Delhi) in MARKETING with first division & 2nd M.B.A from SYMBIOSIS (Pune) in HRM with A grade. He has a keen interest in learning new things. He has also done his M.A. & M.Phil in ENGLISH with excellent grading. He made teaching as his passion. In 2002, he has started his part-time coaching Institute with a small round table & only with five chairs out of which one was his own.
Today, this institute 7th day PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT CLASSES is proud enough to produce thousands of Engineers, MBA,Teachers, Managers, S.I., Lieutenant, Doctors, Models, Fashion Designers, Air Hostess, Trainers, Bank Employees, C.A, Medical Representatives, etc who are working all across India.
He is also a visiting & guest faculty of most of the Government & private colleges/organisations/schools/etc.
Manoj K. Sharma has also earned a good reputation as an AUTHOR for his previous book ‘M.R. INTERVIEW’ in 2008. He launched his second book ‘Universal Interview & Group Discussion’ in 2012 at Jaipur Arya college. He launched his third book ‘70 ways of spoken English’ in 2015.
In a manner to assert some verses of his true personality, Manoj K. Sharma is a Gentleman of boundless knowledge in his subject, round the clock dutiful, smiling look & really a career maker and a tireless coach, to the top he is indeed a versatile Genius-cum-Faculty.


Our 3rd book on English Speaking - \'70 ways of Spoken English\'
INDEX
1. 26 Alphabets (vaxzsth o.kZekyk esa dqy 26 v{kj gS) & 8
Ž Pronunciation of English Vowels (Lojksa ds mPpkj.k) & 9
Ž consonants (O;atuks ds mPpkj.k) 12
2. Let\'s learn This/That/It/Here/There 15
3. Let\'s learn Is/am/are/was/were 17
4. Different uses of Have/Has/Had 20
5. Question making words 24
6. Difference between 1st form & 2nd form 27
7. 7 Basic Rules of spoken English 30
8. Tenses 32
9. Parts of Speech 50
10. Word Building 61
11. One word used as different parts of speech 65
12. Articles 67
13. Modals & Advance modals 68
14. Spoken English (70 Structures) 78
15. Imperative sentences (vkKkokpd okD;) 99
16. Exclamatory Sentences (foLe;kfncks/kd okD;) 101
17. Punctuation & capital letters (fojke fpg~u vkSj cM+s v{kjksa dk iz;ksx) 103
18. Day to day used words & sentences (21 days practice) 105
19. Verbs -
Ž Forms of Some important Irregular Verbs 121
Ž Special verbs (Remember the Law of 21 days) 128
Ž Smart verbs 138
Ž Three forms of verb (Yeh Dil maangae more) 143
Ž Causative verb 149
Ž Finite & Non - Finite Verbs 152
20. Gerund dk mPpkj.k 154
21. \'ed\' dk mPpkj.k (Pronounciation) 156
22. Homonyms 158
23. More confusing words 166
24. Figures of speech 170
25. Conditional sentences 172
26. Words having more than one meaning 173
27. Similar expression with difference 177
Ž Some more differences for Intelligents 178
28. Silent letters 186
29. Genitive 190
30. English Abbreviations (laf{kIr \'kCn) 192
31. Foreign words (Greek, Latin, French) 195
32. Forceful comparison 198
33. How to Answer? (mŁkj dSls ns\\) 200
34. Active & passive voice 205
35. Direct & Indirect sentences 208
36. Proverbs 211
37. 70 Interesting Errors in everyday Conversation 217
38. Important English phrases 221
Ž Collective phrases 223
Ž Phrasal verb 224
39. A tough week (7 days) of practise 229
40. Letter writing 242
41. Essay 251
42. Enrich your vocabulary 261
43. 70 useful definitions 348
44. Hindi English Dictionary 352
45. Conclusion 367
46. Feedback 368


P.D. is the only exclusive personality development institute dedicated to assist people, of all age groups beginning from kids of age of 10 years to senior citizens, and belonging to various occupations viz: school and college students, competition-aspirants, businessmen, industrialists, doctors, engineers, bankers, architects, lawyers, sales personnels, housewives, teachers, trainers, executives, administrators, mangers, NGO workers and socio-political leaders, in recognizing their hidden potential to rise higher in career and still remain a PLEASING PERSONALITY. The whole stress is on POSITIVE ATTITUDE.

About Director -
He has studied management from reputed institutes winning numerous plaudits and accolades along the way. His work has often been featured in the city’s leading newspapers.
This academic background have given Mr. Sharma a tremendous insight into making people as self confident and assured. Further, he has honed his business and strategic acumen to a superlative degree with a P.D. COURSE.
He is passionate about helping students/housewives/corporate workers cultivate, present and project an image that will help them make a dynamic first impression and achieve monumental gains. He understands that a person’s ‘image’ is an intertwining of two things. The first is the person’s external appearance and how the world perceives him/her based on that. The second is equally important and comes from within. It is one’s own perception of oneself and is often the most crucial factor in deciding how one deals with and reacts to the daily conundrums of life. He thus works towards helping you become the charismatic and masterful person you can be. Join P.D. CLASSES and discover the person hidden within. Be the change.



Most important question of student\'s life:
Why is that with the same academic qualification some people succeed and others fail? Most of the people do what circumstances make them do, they remain slaves to the situation but some people know what they want, they struggle for it, they do not compromise adversities, they do not give up, these people know that through strong determination, they can attain all goals of life that they can succeed only 15% due to their subject knowledge and 85% because of their Human Engineering Skills, their personality and their ability to interact with people. They try to develop more than the average person who uses only 10% of his latent mental ability. This knowledge leads these people to the top of their careers.

We (Author of 3 Books - \'70 ways of spoken English\' in 2015, \'Universal Interview & Group Discussion\' in 2012, \'M.R. Interview Book\' in 2008) at 7th day Personality Development see to it that our students engage them selves with the above thoughts and confidently hold the reigns of their life in their hands. We aim to give our students new directions, new vision, new ambition, the ability of self-examination and appraisal and equip them for an analytical Outlook for decision making in the ever changing Indian and International business environment, thus making them a blend of the east and west.


You should know yourself:
About the mission of your life?
About your aim for profession and career?
About your strategies for now and the future?
Your biggest strength and weakness?
Your hidden talents?
Where awareness of these would lead?


General conversation, Group Discussion on current National and International issues, extempore; seminars and debates, public speaking, Mock-interviews.


P.D. Develops you at all levels under one roof -

A. Lower Basic
Grammar
General Conversation


B. Upper Basic
Grammar
Vocabulary
Group Discussion
Debates & Public Speaking


C. Advance
Self Awareness & Development
Effective Communication
Transactional Analysis
Leadership, Motivation & Creativity
Effective Inter Personal Relationship Dynamics
Stress Management
How to face an Interview
Grammar, Vocabulary, Comprehension


70 ways to improve your English

1. Start your own English language blog.
Even for people who don\'t have to write in English, writing can be a great way of properly learning the kind of vocabulary you need to describe your own life and interests, and of thinking about how to stop making grammar mistakes. The problem most people have is that they don\'t know what to write about. One
traditional way to make sure you write every day in English is to write an English diary (journal), and a more up to date
way of doing this is to write a blog. Popular topics include your language learning experience, your experience studying
abroad, your local area, your language, or translations of your local news into English.

2. Write a news diary.
Another daily writing task that can work for people who would be bored by writing about their own routines in a diary is to write about the news that you read and listen to everyday. If you include your predictions for how you think the story will develop (e.g. \"I think Shri pranav Mukherji will become president\"), this can give you a good reason to read old entries another time, at which time you can also correct and mistakes you have made and generally improve what you have written.

3. Sign up for a regular English tip.
Some websites offer a weekly or even daily short English lesson sent to your email account. If your mobile phone has an e-mail address, it is also possible to have the tips sent to your phone to read on the way to work or school. Please note, however, that such services are not usually graded very well to the levels of different students, and they should be used as a little added extra or revision in your English studies rather than as a replacement for something you or your teacher have chosen more carefully as what you need to learn.

4. Listen to MP3s.
Although buying music on the internet is becoming more popular in many countries, not so many people know that you can download speech radio such as audio books (an actor reading out a novel) and speech radio. Not only is this better practice for your English than listening to English music, from sources like Scientific American,BBC and Australia\'s ABC Radio it is also free.

5. Listen to English music.
Even listening to music while doing something else can help a little for things like getting used to the natural rhythm and tone of English speech, although the more time and attention you give to a song the more you will learn from listening to it again in the future.

6. Read the lyrics to a song.
Although just listening to a song in English can be a good way of really learning the words of the chorus in an easily memorable way, if you want to really get something out of listening to English music you will need to take some time to read the lyrics of the song with a dictionary. If the lyrics are not given in the CD booklet, you may be able to find them on the internet, but please note that some lyrics sites deliberately put a few errors into their lyrics for copyright reasons. Once you have read and understood the lyrics, if you then listen and read at the same time,this can be a good way of understanding how sounds change in fast, natural, informal speech.

7. Sing karaoke in English.
The next stage after understanding and memorising a song is obviously to sing it. Although some words have their pronunciation changed completely to fit in with a song, most of the words have the same sounds and stressed syllables as in normal speech. Remembering which words rhyme at the end of each line can also be a good way of starting to learn English pronunciation.

8. Write a film, music, hotel or book review.
Another motivating and easy way to make yourself write in English is to write a review for a site such as Amazon or Internet Movie Database. Many non-native speakers write reviews on sites like this, and if you have some special understanding of the book, music or film due to your first language or knowing the artist personally, that would be very interesting for the English speakers who read and write reviews on the site.

9. Only search in English.
Switching your search engine to the English language version of msn, yahoo, Google etc. can not only be a good way of practising fast reading for specific information in English, but could also give you a wider choice of sites to choose from and give you an idea of what foreigners are writing about your country and area.

10. Read a book you\'ve already read or seen the movie of in your own language.
Although most language learners under Advanced level would probably learn more from reading a graded reader or something from the internet than they would from reading an original book written for English speakers, for some people reading something like Harry Potter in the original can be a great motivator to improve their English. To make this easier for you and make sure that it motivates you rather than just making your tired, try reading a book that you already know the story of. This not only
makes it easier to understand and guess vocabulary, but you are also more likely to remember the language in it. If you
have not read the book before, reading a plot summary from the internet can also help in the same way.

11. Read a translation into English.
Another way of making sure books are easier to understand is to choose a book that was originally translated into English, preferably from your own language. Even if you haven\'t read the book in your own language, you will find the English is written in a slightly simplified way that is more similar to how your own language is written than a book originally written in English would be.

12. Skip the first ten pages.
If you have given up with a book in English or are reading it very slowly, try skimming through the first ten pages or skipping them completely. The start of most books tend to be mainly description and are therefore full of difficult vocabulary and don\'t have a clear story line yet to help you understand what is happening and to motivate you to turn the next page. If the book is still too difficult even after the introductionary part is finished, it is probably time to give that book up for now and try it again after you have read some easier things.

13. Read a book with lots of dialogue.
Opening up books before you buy one and flicking through them to find one with lots of direct dialogue in it has several advantages. If there is less text on the page due to all the speech marks etc, this can make it easier to read and easier to write translations on. Dialogue is also much easier to understand than descriptive parts of a book, and is much more like the language you will want to learn in order to be able to speak English.

14. Read English language comics.
Even more than books with lots of dialogue, comics can be easy to understand and full of idiomatic language as it is actually spoken. There can be difficulties with slang, difficult to understand jokes and/or dialogue written how people speak rather than with normal spellings, so try to choose which comic carefully. Usually,serious or adventure comics are easier to understand than funny ones.

15. Read English language entertainment guides.
Nowadays most big cities in the world have an English language
magazine and/ or online guide to the movies, plays, exhibitions that are on in the city that week. Reading this in English
is not only good value, but it could also guide you to places that English speakers are interested in and where you might
hear some English spoken around you.

16. Read English language magazines.
Like books, if you can read two versions of the same magazine (Newsweek in your language and in English, for example), that could make understanding it much easier.

17. Take a one week intensive course.
Although you cannot expect to come out of a very short course speaking much better English than when you started it, if you continue studying a little over the following weeks and months, the knowledge you gained then will gradually come out and mean that your level of speaking, listening etc. are better than
they would have been if you hadn\'t taken that course. This positive effect can still be true up to a year later.

18. Follow your intensive course up with an extensive course. The more time you can spend studying English the
better, but studying periodic intensive courses with a few hours of study a week in between is probably better value for
money than any other system as it gives your brain time to subconsciously learn and start using the new language you
have learnt before you introduce the next new \"chunk\" of language.

19. Supplement your group class with a one to one class.
Another good way to combine two different kinds of classes
is to study both in a group class and one to one. Having a one to one teacher, even if just a couple of times a month, will
mean that you can be taught exactly the language that you need, that you will have more time to speak, and that you can
have as much error correction as you like.

20. Supplement your one to one class with a group class.
The benefits of having a group class are often less clear to
students, but they include the fact that you will learn to deal with several people speaking at once, have a chance to
practice skills such as interrupting people, and will hear a range of different viewpoints and topics.

21. Teach your children or friends some English.
Recent research has shown that elder children tend to be a couple of IQ points above their younger siblings, and the most likely reason is that explaining things to their little brothers and sisters gives them an intellectual boost. In the same way, teaching someone lower level than you the English you already
know is a great way of permanently fixing that knowledge in your own brain.

22. Ask your company to start English lessons.
Even if you don\'t need to speak English at work, English lessons can be a fun and reasonably priced way for your company to spend their training budget in a popular way.

23. Have English radio on in the background while you are doing your housework.
Even if you are not listening carefully, it will help you get a feel for natural English rhythm and intonation.

24. Play English language learning.
Although such games can have quite random language and are unlikely to improve your ability to speak English on their own, the next time you hear or read the same language elsewhere it will be really fixed in your brain by the fact you have played a game with it in already. It is also a nice way of taking a break from your other English studies while also doing some English. To make sure it really is a break and to avoid wasting time learning language from the game that is not much used in daily life, don\'t bother writing down any new language you see in the game, but just try to learn it from playing the game again.

25. Say or think what you are doing in English as you do your daily tasks.
As you are doing your chores, try creating sentences describing what you are doing, e.g. ‘I am unscrewing the ketchup bottle cap\'. This gets you used to thinking in
English without translating, and can be a good way of seeing what simple vocabulary that is around you everyday you
don\'t know.

26. Watch English language films with English subtitles.
For people who can\'t understand a film without subtitles but
find themselves not listening at all when reading subtitles in their own language, this should be the way of watching a
film that you should aim for. If it is too difficult to watch the whole film this way, try watching the (usually important)
first 10 or 15 minutes of the film with subtitles in your own language, switch to English subtitles after that, and only
switch back to subtitles in your own language if you get totally lost following the story of the film.

27. Watch films in your language with English subtitles.
If you are finding English films with English subtitles too
difficult or you can\'t find English films with English subtitles in your local video shop, this is a good second best option.
Looking for local films with English subtitles can also sometimes be a good sign of quality, as it means the producers of the film are expecting it to be popular internationally as well.

28. Watch English films with subtitles in your language.
Again, this is not as good practice as English language films
with English subtitles, but is more relaxing, can be easier to find suitable DVDs for, and is also possible with VHS.

29. Watch the same film or TV episode over and over again.
This can not only save you money on DVDs, but will
mean that you can really learn the language without having to study it. Some comedies can also get funnier the more you
watch them, especially if you watch them with no subtitles and so understand a little more each time you watch it.

30. Be realistic about your level.
One thing that holds many language learners back is actually trying too hard and tackling something that their brain is not ready for yet. Checking your level with a level check test on the internet, by taking an English language test (IELTS,TOEFL etc.), or by taking a free trial level check and/ or lesson in a language school will help you find out what your level is and so choose suitable self-study materials.

31. Be realistic about your reading level.
Most researchers agree that people learn most when reading something they understand almost all of. If there are one or two words per page that you have never seen before, that is about the right level. If there are three or more on every page, you should switch to something easier and come back later.

32. Read graded readers (= easy readers).
These are books that are especially written for language learners like you,e.g. Penguin Readers. Although it can be difficult to find something as interesting as things written in newspapers or on the internet, in terms of learning the language only people who need to read for their work or an exam usually gain more from reading things written for graded readers. Graded readers of classic books like Charles Dickens also have the benefit of giving you a lot of knowledge about the literature, and culture more generally, of English speaking countries in a short time.

33. Read the whole thing with no help.
Although using a dictionary has been shown to help with both short term and long term learning of vocabulary, the fact that using it slows reading down can stop some people reading in English at all. Reading a whole book quickly through just for pleasure from time to time will help you remember how fun reading in another language can be.

34. Read and learn everything.
At the opposite extreme, it can be hard work but very satisfying to get to the end of a book knowing that you have learnt every word in it. See other tips on this page to make sure it is a book that is easy enough to do this with and to ensure that the vocabulary you learn is useful.

35. Watching English children\'s films or TV programmes.
Although some of the vocabulary you can learn from things
made for children can be a bit strange (lots of animal names and maybe animal noises, including baby names for things),
the fact that not only the language but the structure of the story is simplified can make it an easy and motivating thing to
watch. Like good language learning materials, the same language is also often repeated to make it memorable, and the
use of catchy songs etc. can increase this positive effect on your memory.

36. Read English children\'s books.
This is very similar to watching English children\'s movies, but with the added advantage of there being more illustrations, which both helps you to understand the story and makes the page brighter and more motivating to read.

37. Keep a list of language to learn, e.g. a vocab list.
Even if you don\'t often find time to go though your vocab list and it keeps on building up, just the act of choosing which words you need to learn and writing them down on a special list
can help you learn them.

38. Go through your vocab list several times every day.
If ticking off words on a vocabulary list on the train to work is inconvenient or embarrassing for you, you can keep your list of words to learn as an entry in your electronic dictionary,
as a mobile phone to do list or as a text file in your MP3 player (e.g. iPod). Although the time spent transferring the
information between different formats like these may seem wasted, in fact any time you spend using the vocabulary like
this will help you learn it.

39. Convert your vocab list to English only.
One way to stop yourself translating and therefore increase your speed of comprehension and production is to learn all your vocabulary without the use of your own first language. Ways you can write a vocab list in only English include with synonyms (words with the same meaning, e.g. \"tall\" and \"high\"); with
opposites (\"high\" and \"low\"); with pronunciation factors such as number of syllables (the number of beats, e.g. three for
\"de- ci- sion\") and the word stress (the syllable that is pronounced louder and longer, e.g. the second syllable in
\"baNAna\"); and gapped sentences (e.g. \"I am not _________________ in science fiction\" for the word \"interested\").

40. Cross out and delete.
Crossing out or deleting words, sentences or whole pages that you have learnt can be a great motivator, and save your list of things to learn becoming too big to handle.

41. Throw everything away and start again.
One of the things that can put most people off learning is a stack of half finished books or a huge list vocabulary waiting to be learnt. Simply getting rid of all that and starting again with something new from zero can be a great motivator and get your studies underway again.

42. Label things in your house or office with post-its.
The easiest vocabulary to learn is the vocabulary of things you
see and use everyday. If you can write the names of things around you on slips of paper and stick them on the real thing,
this is a great way of learning useful vocabulary. If you can leave them there over the following days and weeks, this is a
very easy way of revising the vocabulary until it is properly learnt.

43. Label a drawing.
For people who can\'t put labels on real things, the next best option is to take a photo of a real place in your life like your office, print it out, and then draw lines to all of the things you can see in the picture and label them in English with the help of a dictionary. You can do the same thing with places you pass through everyday like the station. Because you will see the same thing again and again, it should be easy to really learn the words for those things.

44. Keep a diary in English.
This is a popular method of making sure you use English everyday for people who don\'t often speak English and can\'t think of things to write about. The fact that you are writing about real things that have happened to you means that any words you look up in the dictionary will be vocabulary that is useful for you and easy to learn.

45. Online chat.
The closest thing to speaking for people who don\'t have the chance to speak English is online chat, as you have to think and respond quickly, and the language is short and informal just like speech.

46. Listen to the radio news in English.
You can make this easier by reading the news in English first, or even just by reading or listening to the news in your own language.

47. Read an English language newspaper.
Newspapers like \"HT\" \"TOI\"in India are usually the easiest to understand in English. Popular newspapers like \"The HINDU\" are more difficult because of the idiomatic language and tough vocab. in the headlines and articles.

48. Write fiction in English, e.g. short stories.
For people who find writing a diary about things that happen to them everyday boring, the best thing is to let your imagination go and write about whatever comes into your head. The
advantage of this is that if you can\'t think of how to say something in English, you can just change the story to something
that is easier to explain. Perhaps the easiest way to start writing fiction in English is with a diary, changing any details
you like to make it more interesting and adding more and more fantasy as the weeks go on.

49. English language exercise videos.
This is quite similar to how babies learn, by listening, watching and copying. It is also good for your health!

50. Learn a famous speech or poem in English by heart.
Although you may never hear or get the chance to say exactly
that line, having one memorable example of an English grammatical form in your head can make it much easier to learn
other examples of the same grammar as you hear them. It is also something you can practice over and over without being
as boring as grammatical drills.

51. Avail some speaking classes to improve fleuncy in English.
This can not only improve your fluency while you are
attending the class, but can also improve your confidence in future days and weeks by showing you that you can communicate what you want to say.

52. Use a dictionary while you are watching a movie.
Films often have the same words many times, so if you look up
important words the first or second time you hear them, you should have learnt them by the end of the film. It is easier to
use a dictionary if you watch with English subtitles.

53. Learn and use the phonemic script.
Although there are many sounds in English, there are even more spellings. By learning the phonemic script and writing vocabulary down with it, you can both add another stage to your vocabulary learning that should help you learn it more thoroughly, and improve your pronunciation. It can also make things easier for you by stopping you trying to pronounce different spellings of the same pronunciation different ways.

54. Learn some spelling rules.
Many people think that English spelling is random, but in fact most words follow some kind of rule, e.g. the \"magic E\" that changes the pronunciation of \"mad\" and \"made\".

55. Record your own voice.
For people who don\'t have much or any correction of pronunciation from a teacher,recording yourself and listening back makes it easier to hear whether you are really making the English sounds that you are trying to or not.

56. Use computer pronunciation analysis.
Although most programmes that claim to tell you when you are pronouncing correctly or not don\'t actually do that, listening many times and seeing how your voice changes as you try to match the sounds and waveform given by a pronunciation CD ROM can be good practice and more motivating than just recording your own voice.

57. Learn as many words as you can of one category, e.g. animal words.
Learning similar words together can both expand your overall vocabulary and make them easier to learn by forming links between the words in your brain.

58. Take holidays abroad.
This is not only a good opportunity to speak English in situations where you really have to make yourself understood in order to live, but it is also a good motivator to study English seriously in the weeks and months before your trip. If possible, also try to use English even when you could use your own language, e.g. when you pick a guided tour of a museum or historic place or when you book a flight on the internet, and try to avoid package tours.

59. Draw pictures of the words you want to learn.
Especially if you are artistic, this can be a better way of learning vocabulary than writing translations or example sentences.

60. Find a foreign boyfriend or girlfriend.
No tips on how to do this here, but everyone agrees that getting or even just looking for a date in English can be a great motivator to improve your language skills.

61. Arrange a conversation exchange.
Swapping lessons and conversation with someone who wants to learn your language can be a good alternative for those who aren\'t looking for romance, or can sometimes lead onto dating for those who are!

62. Sign up for an English language exam.
Even if you don\'t need to take an exam and don\'t want to or can\'t take a special course to study for it, paying to take an exam like TOEFL, TOEIC, IELTS or FCE can really motivate you take your English studies seriously.

63. Model your accent on one particular actor. e.g. try to speak like ..... actor.
Students who say they want to
sound more like a native speaker have the problem that native speakers don\'t sound all that much like each other.
Choosing one model can make the task of improving your pronunciation more clear, and is quite fun. Doing an
impression of that person also makes a good party trick.

64. Use an English-English dictionary.
Trying to use a bilingual dictionary less and switching to a monolingual one can help you to stop translating in you head when you are speaking or listening, and other useful English vocabulary can come up while you are using the dictionary.

65. Occasionally talk to or e-mail your friends in English.
Many people find this a bit false or embarrassing, but if you
think of it as a study club and set a particular time and/ or place, it is no different from studying maths together.

66. Go to an English places.
As well as having a menu in English and being a good way of finding out something about the culture of English speaking countries, you might also find there are free English language listings magazines,English language sports on the TV and/ or foreign people you can speak to.

67. Buy a speaking electronic dictionary.
Although most electronic dictionaries are not as good as paper ones for the amount of information they give you about each word, some of them have the very useful function of saying the word with the correct pronunciation.

68. Learn your electronic dictionary vocabulary list.
Most electronic dictionaries also have a button which you can
push to see the last 30 or more words you looked up. By deleting words you decide are useless or you have already learnt
from this list, you can use it as a \"to do list\" of words to learn that you can look at several times a day in the train etc.
? Switch operating system to English. Changing the operating language of your mobile phone, video recorder etc. to
English can be an easy way of making sure you use the language everyday.

69. Set goals.
Deciding how many hours you want to study, how many words you want to learn or what score you want to get in a test are all good ways of making sure you do extra study.

70. Read Book - 70 ways of Spoken English
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7th day Personality Development Classes welcomes you to join our English Speaking Training programs. P.D. CLASSES is committed to giving you a great and a different learning experience with ensured results. Whether you wish to start learning English as a beginner or you are a student, Executive , House wife , we have the right English speaking course for you, making you speak fluent English with neutral accent guaranteed !

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Interview is a platform where the interviewer and the interviewee get to know each other. Preparing for an interview is like preparing for a exam where all your skills will be tested. And hence, it is very important to crack the interview in a right way by showing what positive aspects of your personality, attitude and knowledge. We provide tailored solutions for aspirants by inculcating right problem solving attitude, leadership skills and excellent communication skills.

COURSE OVERVIEW Translate \'NO\' to \'YES\' Make that right first impression Knowing and talking about your strengths Knowing your interviewer and potential employer Etiquettes during interview Types of interviews - Personal interview, Telephonic, Video, Group Relating your responses and resume Effective CV Follow up INTERVIEW PREPARATION PROGRAM FOR STUDENTS
Most of the schools, colleges and universities conduct interviews with applicants as a part of the admission procedure.

P.D. CLASSES\'s Interview Preparation Program prepares you for interviews keeping in mind your education background, work experience, your capacity to handle wide-ranging questions about your career goals, strengths/weaknesses, leadership skills, managerial potential, etc.

This Personality Development Training Module is an interactive guide in search of achievement. The most important tool in the quest for success is self-confidence. We need motivation, determination, dedication and perseverance to compete in the race for success.This module cover various topics and situations, to one\'s personality development by kindling one\'s potential and enhancing it manifold in a non-taxing, self educative and easy to absorb approach enhances presentation skills.

The Personality Development Program is the first scientifically designed program of its kind.This meticulously designed program uses psychological tools such as the Personal Effectiveness Scale, Loco Inventory, 7-step Approach to Goal Setting and prepares the student to face a panel of unknown experts during the personality assessment phase of any given situation.

COURSE PHILOSOPHY
Personality Program is not only about interviews and GDs. It brings about a balance between assessing and knowing yourself. The belief behind this learning methodology is that \"knowing oneself is half the battle won\". The key element of this personality development course is \"explore\", which happens at three levels :

I vs. You Group interactions through Group Discussions Real life grilling through Interviews THE BROAD TOPICS COVERED ARE Handling people Art of attraction Leadership & Successful relationship Memory Enhancement & Time management Overcoming worries & Criticism Effective speaking Healthy mind & Decision making
Personality is the sum total of ways in which an individual reacts and interacts with others. Personality is generally defined as the deeply ingrained and relatively enduring patterns of thought, feeling and behavior. In fact, when one refers to personality, it generally implies to all what is unique about an individual, the characteristics that makes one stand out in a crowd.

The English language is fast emerging as the most effective universal medium of communication. To be a part of the global quest for personal and academic excellence, to be an efficient component of this highly competitive global environment, you need the ability to speak your mind freely, effectively, fluently and confidently. If you lack these skills, you could be losing out on a lot more than you think!

We provide you with opportunities of interaction, we indulge you in informative discussions and encourage you to express yourself without inhibitions so that you gain fluency and confidence in english speaking.

COURSE OVERVIEW Effective English Speaking Understanding verbs and tenses Using easy yet effective English words Practise of tongue twisters Written Vs spoken English Thinking in English instead of your local language Become an effective communication SPEAKING ENGLISH FOR THE REAL WORLD.
Everyday communication - Introduction, Shopping Meeting friends, Traveling, Visiting a doctor Telephonic communication, Negotiation, At the movie Theatre, At the office, Meeting relatives....etc

25 Audio - Video lesson plan covering topics from Real life situations.

ADVANCED ENGLISH SPEAKING COURSE
This course is for people who can understand, read and speak English and want to develop their command over various aspects of spoken English - grammar, fluency, diction, vocabulary, letter-writing, sentence framing, public speaking, group discussions, presentations and email drafting.

COURSE OBJECTIVE
At the end of the course you will :

Frame grammatically correct sentences in English Fluently speak in English in any situationiners Express yourself in groups of people confidently Able to present your thoughts more effectively Participate at higher levels in Group Discussions and meetings Present yourself more confidently in personal interviews Speak in Neutral Accent and also pick-up UK/US Accent Communicate and express ideas / suggestions / analysis in Business English using latest vocabulary and Corporate English Deliver effective presentations and enhance the quality of content in e-mails








Learning a language is a complex and long process as anyone who has tried will agree. One of the most difficult and challenging thing is making the change from the classroom to the \'real\' world. In the classroom, everyone knows you are a participant and mistakes are allowed, and the environment is safe. Speaking another language outside the classroom is completely different and often participants are lost as soon as they step outside the door. Lists of memorized vocabulary are suddenly useless when ordering in a restaurant.

Many people mistake the physical appearance and various external characteristics of an individual and his or her personality. As they talk about a marvelous personality they may refer to the height, weight, stature and complexion. Well, if you think that it is just the appearance of the physique of a person that determines the personality ,it is time to have a rethink. It is true that physical appearance does matter. However, since most of them are beyond our power and control, it is useless to waste our time and energy thinking on them. Though physical appearance can help, there are many other aspects that contribute greatly to one\'s personality.

Today, personality is considered the \"Brand Image\" of an individual. In simple terms it is made up of three aspects namely:

Character
Behavior
Attitude
Basically, personality development is the improvement of behavior, communication skills, interpersonal relationships, attitude towards life and ethics. Character can be considered the basic factor in determining and individual\'s personality. There are several psychologists who say that improving character and behavior alone will largely influence one\'s personality. It is a fact that all other factors behind a powerful personality will become useless if the person lacks a good character and behavior.

Personality is like a building. Just as a building can exist only when it has a strong foundation, a personality can impress others only when it has a formidable basis. And the strong foundation is supplied by character and behavior. If personality is developed on the solid base of values and ethics, it will last forever. Fake smiles and mannerisms may attract others for a comparatively short period. However they are shot-lived and do not help in improving one\'s personality.

Good behavior and co-operation makes a man popular. As a result the possibilities of his progress and success are much more. Different people have different opinions about what makes a man’s personality complete. There are several scientists who have the view point that character does not form a part of personality, but Seven Covey, one of the all time great authors and motivators says the best personality should be based on the solid foundation of character.

The person who wants to improve his personality has to have a desire and determination; he has to identify the direction for his goals to achieve it. You can opt 7th day P.D. CLASSES (Sgnr). Once all the above three steps are taken he has to dedicate himself to the task of achieving his goal. Every human being is a unique creature. therefore, in addition to the various common components, each one should develop his or her characteristics of personality. Always remember that blindly following someone else who is successful will never take you in the direction right for you.

There are immense possibilities within you to develop your personality with strong character you must recognize and understand them. The key to success is hidden with you. The wealth you have earned is not important but what is important is the means you have adopted for acquiring that wealth. Your personality, your capabilities, your thoughts and your ideals are all very important in determining your character.

“All power is within you” – Spiritual guru Swami Vivekananda.

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