Frequently Used Spoken Words-15

Frequently Used Spoken Words-15 What’s up?  Nothing special. What’s wrong?  No thanks, its ok.  What’s the matter?  What happen?  What’s the news?  It’s fine.  What’s the problem?  I am not … Continue Reading →

About Question


About  QUESTION You know- asking question is an easy way to start conversations in English. You can also use questions to keep conversations going. When you don’t understand something, what … Continue Reading →


Writing any JOB APPLICATION  Date:—— The Director/MD/Principal/Headmaster/Branch Manager/Advertiser Name of the company/G.P.O Box No. Address Subject: Application for the post of a/an (post) Sir, With reference to your advertisement published … Continue Reading →

Read aloud

Read aloud Tips for helping you strengthen your mouth muscles: Try to read aloud in English for 15 to 20 minutes each day. Then try to practice speaking aloud what … Continue Reading →