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Thread: New User


    • Join Date: Mar 2007
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    #1

    Thumbs up New User

    Hi all,

    This is my first post in this forum. So, please bear my questions and formation of sentences if it is wrong. I m very eager to speak good english. But i dont know how to improve it. I m not that much good in grammar. Coz, the problem starts from my schooling. They didn't teach us a good grammar or it might be i didn't learn properly. So, now i m struggling to speak english very fluently. I m managing anyhow, but it wont work if i moved to a higher position. So, please advise me how to overcome this problem . Very soon, i vil be moved to a higher position. When, i moved to a higher position, i need to talk with the client who is in US. My confidence level also goes down because of this problem.

    I would appreciate, if anbody can help me to come out of this problem.
    I believe this forum help me to reach my goal.
    Last edited by jaya_2k10@yahoo.com; 04-Mar-2007 at 13:39. Reason: some spell error

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    #2

    Re: New User

    Firstly, I think you may be worrying about grammar too much- if you have to talk to someone, then it is the communication that is the essential thing. What's your accent like? This can often be a greater barrier, especially when people have not had much contact.

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