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  • Thanks very much for your help and accepting me as one of your friends. It's nice to meet you.
    I wonder if that might be a question for someone with a linguistics background. I'm sorry to say I don't have the expertise for that.
    Yes India is my home. I need your help on this...

    How and what strategy should be adopted to teach English Intonation to non native speakers (Indians). Which topics/rules should be covered and can you please suggest some activities or drills which can be of help here.


    Voice & Accent Communications--very interesting. I'd like to hear more about that sometime. I quit teaching because I really don't agree with much of the bureaucracy in the educational system here in the U.S. It's not really about student learning as much as it is about the schools making AYP (Annual Yearly Progress) which is mostly on paper. I felt that my degrees were being wasted. So, I turned to the internet to see how my skills could be used and developed into a business. I am currently involved with Ed Dale's 30 Day Challenge (for free!) which teaches people how to take a business to the internet: traffic and competion analysis, developing a micro-niche, affiliates, blogging, backlinking, etc.-you name it; they teach it. I found this site by searching for a niche and I enjoy coming here. Is India your home?
    Sure, it will be my pleasure. I am working as a Voice&Accent/Communication trainer at a call center in New Delhi, India. What about you?
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