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    Hai Mam / Sir,

    Am new to this forum,just want to know in what all way this forum will help me to improve my language and communication skills.


    Awaiting for your comments and suggestions.

    Regards
    Jaishree

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    Default Re: Hai Tutors

    Quote Originally Posted by jaisita View Post
    Hai Mam / Sir,

    Am new to this forum,just want to know in what all way this forum will help me to improve my language and communication skills.


    Awaiting for your comments and suggestions.

    Regards
    Jaishree
    Hello and welcome,
    I suggest you start with the 'Ask a Teacher' forum and look at the various questions that have been asked. You can also use the 'Search' link above. You may find that someone has already asked a similar question that you have. This is just one way of improving - remember that writing is one method of communication. Just so you know for the future, you can write 'hello' or 'hi'.

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