[AI] For english compitancy

B. R. Nautiyal brnautial at gmail.com
Sun Dec 30 10:01:34 EST 2018

This is really quite a difficult task for many of the people like you those 
are willing to be a good speaker of english.
Try to improve your English vocabulary & ask your family-members & all  of 
your close friends to talk with you in English language only.

If you want to be a good speaker of english, then, try to make some good 
friends on skype either from England or australia. You can either talk or 
chat with them.
You can search online friends in some other countries like phillipines, 
singapur & north American countries. It'll help you to understand their 
culture and some other important activities as well.
It'll also be helpful for you to increase your English vocabulary, Good 
knoledge of spellings of words. It'll also be helpful for you to increase 
your typing speed but
Please! don't make any argument with them on relegion & their social 
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Mohit Gupta" <mohitchand60 at gmail.com>
To: "AccessIndia: a list for discussing accessibility and issues concerning 
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Sent: Sunday, December 30, 2018 6:51 PM
Subject: [AI] For english compitancy

> Dear friends,
> English language compitancy is very essential in todays' world. It
> increases our employability. My english skills is very poor. Many
> friends suggest me to read English more and more but I never get
> benefit from it.
> Please suggest some idea to increase english skills as well as vocabalary
> For vocabalary someone suggest me to learn etymology. How to learn 
> etymology.
> -- 
> Thanks and Regards,
> Mohit Gupta.
> Rajasthan.
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