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Read right: North Delhi's civic body is now transforming 'dhalao' sites into libraries, book banks

At Sector-3 of Rohini Zone, a dumpsite has been converted into an English language coaching centre for poor children

Published on 30th December 2021
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APSSDC signs MoU with English unit of Cambridge University to start English Language Labs across Andhra Pradesh

Cambridge English will handle the English language training strategy, benchmarking, curriculum, assessment, learning materials, teacher training and development

Published on 14th December 2021
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This conference is all about the new needs, demands and trends of teaching English in India

The English Language Teachers’ Association of India (ELTAI), founded in 1969 by late Padmashri S Natarajan, is the largest network of English language teachers in the country

Published on 20th November 2021
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Learn English in IPL Medium! How this language trainer's YouTube videos can amp up your vocab

We speak to Vigneshwaran M, a former engineer turned English language trainer, about how he is building a video series that can help the layperson learn the Queen's language

Published on 22nd September 2021
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English Blues: Developing communicative competence over grammatical competence

Many English language teachers’ obsession with grammar teaching and insistence on grammatical competence have killed learners’ curiosity and interest in learning English effectively

Published on 18th September 2021
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Coimbatore to conduct teacher training programmes at the district level for English language teachers

The teacher training programme will guide English language teachers in imparting lessons more effectively so students can grasp the language better

Published on 14th August 2021
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English Blues: No child's play: decoding the nuances of ‘with’

One of the most frequestly used words in the English language has a multitude of bewildering uses. Here's a list of ALL of them, and how not to get them all muddled up

Published on 31st July 2021
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English Blues: Decoding headlines and their language

Is that headline good enough for you? Find out what goes into the makings of magnetic headlines, and why it is never a mean feat

Published on 17th July 2021
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English Blues: Using 'they', 'their', 'them' in the English language to bring in inclusivity

In India, traditionalists who are obsessed with linguistic rules and those who are not exposed to the gender-neutral singular ‘they’ will surely find fault with the headlines and point out the errors

Published on 10th July 2021
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English Blues: Is the word 'batchmate' an Indianism or not?

Indianism refers to a word that is a characteristic of Indian English. In India, it is a very commonly used term

Published on 27th June 2021
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This Warangal teacher is bagging awards and laurels for teaching English in new and improved ways

It all began with initiating English Language Labs in classrooms, but Dr Shankara Bhakula Satyam couldn't stop with just that now, could he? This is what he has been up to lately. You'll be surprised

Published on 23rd June 2021
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English Blues: What do the words 'social media butterfly', 'social butterly' mean?

Some people are very sociable and they enjoy talking to others and making friends with them. They easily break the ice and connect with anyone they come across

Published on 19th June 2021
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English Blues: A letter to a communication apprehensive reader

Awareness of these rights, I am sure, will give you the confidence that you need to fight your communication apprehension

Published on 12th June 2021
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English Blues: How do the words vacay and staycation differ in meaning?

According to Collins Dictionary, a staycation is “a holiday that you spend in your own home or your own country, relaxing and enjoying leisure activities there”

Published on 5th June 2021
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English Blues: What do the words off roster, rostered days off mean?

The word ‘roster’ can be used as a noun and as a verb. ‘Roster’, as a noun, means a list of people who work for a particular organisation or who have been assigned particular jobs

Published on 29th May 2021

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