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Global assessment test that tracks learning launched in India

Macmillan Education, a leading publisher of English language school curriculum material, has now brought the ICAS programme to India

Published on 2nd July 2017
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English, a language of dreams? Telangana sees a massive demand for English language from all sections of the society

Educationists, however, feel that the government should not confuse English language education with the English medium of instruction in schools

Published on 13th July 2017
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It’s screen time versus the classroom for new age English language learners

Cambridge Assessment English is making landmark change in how technology is being used to impart English language education

Published on 25th September 2017
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Indian Englishes: What it means and how often we use it 

The English language is no longer the sole property of the English as English has transformed into “Englishes”

Published on 5th March 2018
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Why you need to know the difference between transitive and intransitive verbs

Grammatical errors can make or break a sentence, especially in the English language, and getting them right is as basic as it gets

Published on 22nd March 2018
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The Ellipses is called the Economist of the English language. Find out why!

Albert Rayan elaborates on Ellipses in the English language - to avoid using unnecessary repetition of words

Published on 4th June 2018
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War of words: From #Abhinandan to 'dodging the bullet', learning word chunks better

Learning words in chunks helps English language learners use the newly learned words effectively while speaking and writing. There are many advantages of learning word chunks

Published on 9th March 2019
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Did you know that Gandhi once considered writing as a career?

We spoke to Tushar Gandhi and Rajmohan Gandhi to find out more about him developing an interest in writing and the English language

Published on 1st October 2019
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Your or You're: How and where to use contractions in your sentences

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. 

Published on 12th October 2019
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How can English be made more accessible to the underprivileged? Ask ELTAI

Is English really an elitist language that is not accessible to everyone? All that and more from the ELTAI Golden Jubilee English Language Teaching conference that took place recently

Published on 25th October 2019
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Learning the language: How to avoid common errors made in English 

Most English language learners have trouble with the English article system. It is because they do not have equivalent structures in their native languages

Published on 16th November 2019
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Learning words or phrases in chunks: Here are some related to the recent CAA protests

Here are some useful chunks of words in the context of the Citizenship Amendment Act protests. read more to find out

Published on 21st December 2019
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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!

Published on 22nd January 2020
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Understanding singular vs plural: How to use words and phrases 'group', 'number of' and more

Collective nouns such as audience, class, crowd, family, committee, team, panel, and staff can take either singular verbs or plural verbs depending on the context

Published on 15th February 2020
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Why punctuation marks play an important role in providing meaning to the English language

Some newspapers drop the Oxford comma as the editors think that it is unnecessary. Omitting the Oxford comma can confuse the reader and lead to a misunderstanding

Published on 9th May 2020

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