jeudi 31 octobre 2013

4 Essential Tips For New Students At The University !

As a new student at the university , many students adopt the new system of studying and new life at University easily and other in some case drop out of school.
University Day, 1911
University Day, 1911 (Photo credit: jjorogen)
And today , you will learn of 4 essential guidelines which will  Facilitate your first days at university:
1.    Attendance.   
 Attend your sessions  routinely  and benefit as much as you can from the lessons transported to you by your teachers. 

2.    Books
During university life Make books your best friends ,  buy them on rent. When it is too expensive, you could borrow it from a friend and get its text photocopied. :)

3.    Saying ‘No’
Learn Never say ‘Yes’ when the situation demands you to say ‘No’.Sometimes you need not join your friends in all their activities. be Wise 

4- And finally learn how Manage your finances wisely  
Think 100 times before you spend a pinny , Your college days could really become the halcyon days of your youth if you spend them wisely.

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mardi 29 octobre 2013

How to Sound like a native speaker from London !!

How to Sound like a native speaker from London !!

Some Britsh people have a different (and charming) way of speaking. In this video you will learn about the "glottal stop" sound in English, and learn how to make it with Jade Image credit belongs to Fanpop

lundi 28 octobre 2013

The 10 most important and well-known English proverbs

The 10 most important and well-known English proverbs

Learning Proverbs and Sayings In English will help you to improve your English and understand people while speaking in English and also understand how and what they think about the world.
Below you will find a list of some of the most important and well-known English proverbs. And there's a simple explanation. 

1-"Birds of a feather flock together."
This one means People like to spend time with others who are similar to them.
2-"When in Rome, do as the Romans."
Do same as  the other people around you are doing . 
3-"There's no such thing as a free lunch."
Things that are offered for free always have a hidden cost.
4-"A watched pot never boils."
If something takes time to finish, don't watch it too closely because it will seem like it's taking forever.
5-"Cleanliness is next to godliness."
Be clean.
 6-"Actions speak louder than words."

Saying that you'll do something doesn't mean much. Actually doing it is harder and more meaningful.

   7-"Practice makes perfect."

   You have to practice a skill a lot to become good at it.

   8-Union is strength.  

   Virtue is its own reward.

  9-Walls have ears.

   Worry often gives a small thing a big shadow.

 10 Finally   "Easy come, easy go."

   When you get money quickly, like by winning it, it's easy to spend it or lose it quickly as well.


And In English when you learn something,  don't let it go , Master it :) 
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samedi 26 octobre 2013

Speak English Fluently !

 Speak English Fluently !

Speaking English fluently and easily in most of the time is very hard and tough for many learners of English. If you  live in a non English-speaking country, you have to find other ways and sources in order to practice and  to speak English daily. English like other language is a living thing; you need to use it , in order to acquire it . 
Below you will find some steps that will help you to speak English fluently:

1- Set your target . for example Plan to take  TOEFL exam in five-month , or  challenge your friends at English-speech contest. When you have a target or a goal, you are aware of  what you need and what it requires to succeeded  .

2- Immerse yourself in English learning . You cannot only focus on speaking ability.but you have to improve also your Reading, listening, and writing skills. You can use  an English-English dictionary. Listen to  English Podcast everyday, or read newspapers and magazines, watch English news . Watch films with English subtitles, memorize useful phrases and repeat them.

3- Find English talking possibilities. Move to an English-speaking Country. If that is impossible, go an English- talking country regularly, go to the air port or help  English-speaking tourists. Attend standard English courses or even sign up for the English-speaking online community or even team. or at least  talk to yourself in English while taking  a shower .

4- Get English-speaking friends. use internet to get friends around the world who have the same interests and hobbies as you have . For example, if you like reading, study all reading-related words and find a reading online English-speaking community. It is easier to communicate with people around the world by using internet. Exchanging languages is a great way to learn English, too. 

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mercredi 23 octobre 2013

English Grammar

English Grammar

 This is a general overview of English grammar,

1- Part of speech : English Grammar has 8 parts of speech -

1) Nouns
2) Adjectives
3) Verbs
4) Adverbs
5) Prepositions
6) Pronouns
7) Conjunctions
8) Interjections


A noun can be defined as the as a word which names a person, place ,thing ,animal and an idea.
Examples: Girl, Sea, Germany, College, Love, Kurt Cobain, eye, dream, map, tiger.
Kurt Cobain is a noun because it is the name of a person. Germany is a noun because it is the name of a place. A map is a noun because it is the name of a thing.
Nouns can be classified into proper and common nouns. Proper nouns usually begin with capital letters as it names a particular person, place or a thing.
Examples of Proper Nouns: Germany, Sachin, New York.
Common nouns are simply words that name people, places, things . But they are not the actual names of people, places and things. For example the word “boy ” is a common noun but the word “John” is a proper noun because it is the specific name of the boy. The word “Goa’ is a proper noun because it is the name of a particular state but the word “state” is a common noun because it could refer to any state in India.


We can define adjective as a word which describes or gives more information about a noun or a pronoun. Adjectives would normally describe the noun in terms of its color, size, number and kind. For example, In the sentence “The lazy boy slept on the rug”, the word lazy is an adjective which gives more information about the noun boy.
Usually ,an adjective comes before the noun that it describes as in “lazy boy”. It can also come in the form of word be as in “The boy is lazy”. We can use more than one adjective in such a position in the sentence, ”The boy is lazy, naughty and tall”.
Examples for Adjectives:Tall,Big,Small,Lazy,Beautiful,Handsome,Naughty,Fair,Dark.


Often referred to as the King in English even the shortest sentence contains a verb, for example WAIT! You will possibly not be able to make a one word sentence with any other type of word.
Verbs are words that denote an action. For example walk, eat, sleep, shout all convey an action.
Verbs at times also give us the idea of existence .of state, of being. For example verbs like exist, seem and belong all convey a state of being.
A verb will always have a subject. In the sentence ‘Sachin plays cricket” Sachin is the subject and plays is the verb. So we can conclude by saying that verbs tell us about what a subject does or is;
In terms of action-Sachin plays cricket. In terms of being-John seems kind.


A word which would give us more information about a verb, an adjective or another adverb. 
An adverb will describe verbs ,adjectives and adverbs in terms of frequency, time and manner. In the sentence “John walks fast”, fast describes the manner in which John walks. In the sentence” John runs very fast, very describes the adverb fast and gives information about how fast John runs.
Most adverbs will end with –ly but not all words that end with –ly are adverbs ,for example “Ugly’ ends with –ly but is an adjective and not an adverb.
Many a times we can make an adjective into an adverb by adding –ly ,for example sincerely,faithfully,quickly,swiftly.
The adverbs relative to time will tell us “When” something happens and adverbs relative to frequency will tell us “How Often” something happens.
Adverb of time-“Do it now’
Adverb of frequency-“I always do my work”


A word that will show a relationship among other words in the sentence. The relationships could possibly include place, ,direction, cause, manner and amount. In the sentence “Ram went to the store” to is the preposition that shows direction. Sita came by taxi, by is the preposition which reflects manner.
In the sentence “The football match will begin at 5pm” at is a preposition showing time and in the sentence “It is under the bed”, under is the preposition which shows place.
The preposition is almost always used before the noun or the pronoun that is why it is called pre-position.


Pronouns are words that are used instead of nouns in order to avoid repetition. One of the most commonly used preposition is “IT”.
Lets take some examples.
The bus was late, the bus had been delayed.(Without the pronoun)
The bus was late, it had been delayed(With the use of pronoun).The sentence now sounds much better as we have stopped the repetition of the word bus and used a pronoun ”it”. In this example the bus is singular so even its replacement has to be singular so we used it.
The buses were late,the buses had been delayed(Without the pronoun)
The buses were late they had been delayed.(with the pronoun).In this example buses are plural hence we replace it with they which is also plural.


A conjunction is a connecter which connects other words or a group of words in a sentence. For instance if we say John and Paul formed the Beatles the conjunction “and’ connects the two nouns in the sentence. The Beatles could sing or write, the word “or” connects the two verbs sing and write. In the sentence , “ we reached early but we did not get the tickets “ the word “but” connects two group of words.
There are three types of conjunctions.
Coordinating conjunctions: They connect two equal parts of the sentence.
Example: They sang and wrote. ”and” is used to join words together in the sentence.
Subordinating Conjunctions: They connect two parts of the sentence that are not equal.
Examples: before, until, after, unless.
Correlative conjunctions :pairs of conjunctions that work together.
Examples: both…..and, either..or, neither …nor.


It can be defined as a word added to a sentence to reflect or convey an emotion. It has no grammatical relation to any part of the sentence.
An interjection is always followed by an exclamation mark.
Some examples of sentences with interjection.
Oh no, 
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mardi 22 octobre 2013

Master English Grammar Easily !

Hello, In today's post we will learn about new easy technique to Master English Grammar.
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