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 Great dreams of great dreamers are always transcended.
Mahaan sapane dekhane vaalo ke mahaan sapane hameshaa poore hote haiN.

A journey of a thousand miles also begins with a single step. This journey has only 60 steps. Trust that every step will enhance your knowledge, English speaking skill and confidence.

Hajaaro meel ke safar kee shuruvaat bhee ek hee kadam se hotee hai. Is safar meiN kewal 60 kadam hai. Vishwaas rakho ki har kadam aapakee jaankaari, English bolane kee yogyataa aur vishwaas meiN vriddhee karegaa.

Trust that understanding English and speaking in English is not very difficult. Determine and commit to yourself that you are to learn English. Nothing is impossible. Be gentle and liberal to others but be strict to maintain your commitment. Remove your hitches from the very first day. If we do regular practice sincerely, results will astound us.

Vishwaas karo ki Angrejee samajhanaa aur Angrejee meiN bolanaa bahut mushkil nahee hai. Nishchaya karo aur apane aap se vaayadaa karo kee tumhe Angrejee seekhanee hai. Kuchh bhee asambhav nahee hai. Doosaro ke prati namra aur udaar bano parantu apane vaayade ko nibhaane ke prati kaThor bano.

Phrases

Phrases in place of complete sentences are commonly used particulary in English conversation. These are not complete sentences and are not bound by any rules of grammar. These are very simple and must be used in English conversation.

You are learning different topics and reading number of examples. You simply try to understand each parts of sentence, memorise the vocabulary and read twice-thrice the explanations and examples. In the beginning, possibly, you will find it a bit difficult to understand thoroughly.

You please continue reading, devote good time in listening English and continue practice of speaking short/common/big English sentences. Gradually you will find that you have learnt good English easily.

English meiN vaakya kee jagah bahut baar vaakyaansh yaa kewal ek-do shabdoN se kaam chalaayaa jaataa hai. English meN(khaastaur se bolchaal meN) is tarah ke vaakyansh kaa prayog bahut hotaa hai. Yah poorN vaakya nahee hote aur kisee niyam se bandhe nahee hote.

Aap alag alag topics aur anaik udaaharaN paDh rahe hai. Aap kewal vaakyo ke har bhaag ko samajhane kaa prayaas kareN, shabdaavalee yaad kareN aur do-teen baar vyaakhyaa aur udaaharaN ko paDhe. Shuru meN, shaayad, yah achchhee tarah samajhane meN thoDaa mushkil lagegaa.

Kripayaa paDhanaa jaaree rakhe, achchhaa samay English sunane meiN lagaaye aur English ke chhoTe-baDe vaakyo ko bolane kaa abhyaas kareN. Dheere dheere aap payenge kee aap achchhee English seekh gaye hain.
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Vaakya Sentence
Ekdam/Bilkul Absolutely
Aur Kuchh?. Anything else?
Jaisee aapakee marjee. As you please/As you like.
Jaisaa aap chaahe.. As you wish.
Saavadhaan raho. Be careful / Be cautious.
Gambheer bano. Be serious.
Aapako vidaa! Bye bye!
Haan Jaroor Certainly
Shaant rahiye. Chill please.
Ise saaf karo. Clear it.
YahaaN aao. Come here.
Paas aao. Come near.
Ab chaahe jo ho! Come what may!
Koi baat nahee. Doesn't matter.
Sharaaratee mat bano. Don't be naughty.
Achchhee baat hai. Fine.
Utar jaao. Get off.
Nikal jaao. Get out.
Taiyaar ho jaao. Get ready/Be ready
Turant Jaao. Go at once.

Vaakya Sentence
Door jaao. Go away.
Seedhe jaao. Go straight.
VahaaN jaao. Go there.
Achchhaa chalte hai! Goodbye!
Bahut hai. It's too much.
MaiN abhee aa rahaa hoon. Just coming.
Chup raho. Keep mum.
Chup raho Keep quiet.
Kabhee Nahee. Never.
Koi baat nahee. No problem.
Nahee, kabhee nahee. No, not at all.
ThoDaa saa bhee nahee. Not a bit.
Jaraa saa bhee nahi! Not the least!
Aur kuchh nahee. Nothing else.
Koi khaas baat nahee Nothing special.
Achchhaa. O.K.
Beshak/Haan, Haan Of course.
Band karo/SameTo. Pack up.
Bharosaa rakheN. Rest Assured.
Phir Milenge. See you again.

Vaakya Sentence
Kal milenge . See you tomorrow.
BaiTh jaao. Sit down.
KhaDay ho jaao. Stand up.
Door le jaao. Take away.
Dhyaan rakhanaa. Take care.
Yah lo. Take it.
Bhagwaan kaa laakh laakh shukra hai. Thank God.
PakSh lene ke liye dhanyavaad. Thanks for the favour.
Is sammaan ke liye dhanyavaad. Thanks for the honour.
Bahut hai. That is much.
Bahut jyaadaa hai. That is too much.
Bus kaafee hai. That's enough.
Kaheen najar naa lage! Touch wood!
Achchhee baat hai. Very good.
Bahut Achchhaa Very well.
Baahar intajaar karo. Wait outside.
Aaiye! Welcome!
KyoNnahee? Why not?
Haan Jaroor (sabhee tarah se) Yes, by all means.
Haan Yes/Yep

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** Read both Hindi & English sentences and understand the meaning.
** Second time read only English sentences and pronounce each word correctly.
** Keep on reading till your pronunciation becomes perfect.
** Thereafter focus on reading sentences to achieve your natural speaking rhythm.
** Repeat the sentences in front of your companion or mirror.
** Correct pronunciation, achieving the rhythm and repeating the sentences
will improve your confidence & command over English Speaking Skill


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