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    #1

    queries

    hello sir.
    it would be very helpful, if you could answer few queries.

    while conversing with people in English, I feel it hard to frame sentences despite having sufficient vocabulary. I generate thoughts in native language and then try converting it into english which i find it very difficult at times.

    since appearing for competitive exams, this is not a good sign as i have to face the interview panel and successfully compete with much eligible contender.

    please help me in figuring out my weak areas.
    Last edited by VPNMurthy; 01-Feb-2011 at 19:08. Reason: sentence wrong

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    #2

    Re: queries

    Hi, VPNMurthy.

    How often do you speak English? Do you often write in English?

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    #3

    Re: queries

    hello sir,
    Thank you for the reciprocation,

    I rarely speak in english, but more often I watch english movies and also programs, to improve the language but not getting situation to use what i have learnt.

    I read lots of books as a part of preparation, but writing is not frequent..

    with regards
    VPNMurthy

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    #4

    Re: queries

    If you want to speak English fluently, you have to practice. It's difficult when you don't have anybody to talk to, I know. You could try talking to yourself. It may sound strange, but it's a good way to learn, because it helps you formulate your thoughts in English. Writing in English also helps. On these forums there are a lot of threads in which you can just talk to other people. Again, it will help you formulate your thoughts in English instead of translating them from your native language.

    Good luck.

    (By the way, I'm not a sir. )

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    #5

    Re: queries

    hi...
    thanks for the useful tips.

    i would definitely do participate in the forum, besides i practice talking self and also with others whenever i come across a chance to speak.

    with regards.

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