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Ramesha A speaks about how he mastered the art of speaking English in different accents. He now runs his own English training academy to train thousands of students and working professionals
Why all anglophiles should read author and columnist Albert P'Rayan's latest book, English Essentials
The book promises to decode all the 'isms' and give a comprehensive understanding of the English language. This is the popular columnist's second book after English Blues and promises a great read!
Madhuchandra HB has taught Kannada to over 3,000 techies in the past 10 years and has no intention of stopping anytime soon. The next batch will begin in January
Manik Ghawri, Co-founder of Vowelor, tells Rashmi Patil about the app and how it helps connect readers across India — and why community reading is a great thing for the young Indian soul
Coping with long prepositions: Where to use words and phrases like 'notwithstanding', 'under wraps' and more
What is the difference between ‘cause of’ and ‘cause for’? Most learners of English are unsure whether the word ‘cause’ is followed by the preposition ‘of’ or ‘for’. Both the prepositions can be used
When we try to hide our weaknesses, they trouble and weaken us. When we accept and work with our weaknesses, they stop troubling us. But it is when we own our weaknesses that they become strengths
Some phrases are always followed by a gerund (a verb ending in –ing and functions as a noun), for example ‘Each of us is committed to serving customers’
We trace the growth of Ernakulam district's programme to make education inclusive for the children of migrant labourers by eliminating the barrier of language
For those who question why writing a career goal is important for selection, the following points can help them understand the importance of the same
When we read novels or plays, we come across dialogues that contain contractions. Scriptwriters use contractions in their dialogues to reveal the attitudes of characters.
Ninad Vengurlekar, co-founder of Utter app speaks about solving English learning mystery for cab drivers and delivery persons
Imagining Mahatma Gandhi in 2020 is not an easy task to think about, but his granddaughter Ela Gandhi and Gandhian scholar Tridip Suhrud give it a shot anyway
We spoke to Tushar Gandhi and Rajmohan Gandhi to find out more about him developing an interest in writing and the English language
Pradeep Yarra is a man on a mission to make India rabies-free by 2030 and is getting there by educating kids about how to deal with animals
Albert P' Rayan explores the different meanings of the word, 'hole'. In this column, he answers a couple of questions for which he was searching for an answer.
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