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 Everything is practice.
Abhyaas hee sab kuchh hai.

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. Apanee hichak ko pratham din se hee door karo. Agar ham lagaataar imaandaaree se abhyaas karenge to pariNaam hame aashcharyachakit kar denge.

Use of Helping Verbs

The Helping verbs are - is, are, am, was, were, has, have, had.
'Is, are, am, was, were' -Helping verbs are used for verb 'to be' which means 'be something'. Has, have, had - Helping verbs are used to denote possesion.

'Is, are, am, has & have' are used in present tense and 'was, were & had' are used for past tense. These are commonly used in day to day English conversation. Examples used in very common conversation are given below. Please read the examples with a voice. Think of similar sentences which you may use in your English conversation and repeat them with a voice in a flow. This practice will help in speaking English fluently.

Is, are, am, was, were' -Helping verbs (sahaayak kriya) vaakya meiN 'hai/hoon' ke sthaan par prayog hotaa hai. Doosare sahaya kriya shabd -' has, have, had' kaa prayog 'adhikaar meiN hona' ke arth meiN hotaa hai. Inakaa prayog roj kee bolchaal meiN bahut adhik prayog hotaa hai. Inake kuchh udaaharaN neeche diye hai. Kripayaa aawaaj ke saath bolate huay paDhe. Un vaakyo ke baare meiN soche jo aap apanee bolchaal meiN bol sakate hai aur unako baar baar ek laya meiN boleN . Yah abhyaas achchhee English bolane meiN madad karegaa.
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Vaakya Sentence
MaiN Doctor hoon. I am a Doctor.
Vah ek adhyaapak hai. He is a teacher.
Vah mere Uncle hai. He is my uncle.
Tumhaare uncle mere teacher nahee hai. Your uncle is not my teacher.
Ve bheeD kaa ek hissaa hai. They are a part of the crowd.
Ve sangeetkaar nahee hai. They are not musicians.
Kyaa ve atankwaadee hai? Are they terrorists?
Kyaa yah tumhaaree pustak hai? Is this your book?
Vah pustak meree nahee hai. That book is not mine.
Kyaa vah tumhaaraa lucky pen hai? Is that your lucky pen?
Haan, hai. Yes, it is or it's.
Nahee, yah nahee hai. No, it is not or it isn't.
Avyan meraa achchhaa student thaa. Avyan was my best student.
Kyaa ve tumhaare karamachaaree thay? Were they your worker?
Tum kal anupasthit thay. You were absent yesterday.
Kyaa vah tumhaaraa bhai thaa? Was he your brother?

Vaakya Sentence
Kyaa parso vah Delhi meiN thaa? Was he in Delhi day before yesterday?
Nahee, vah nahee thaa. No, he wasn't.
Nahee, us din vah Mumbai meiN thaa. No, he was in Mumbai on that day.
Kingkong bahut balshaali thaa. Kingkong was very strong.
Kyaa Ruby tumhaaree pakkee dost nahee thee? Was Ruby not your fast friend?
Ve achchhe log nahee thay. They were not good persons.
Kyaa ve baimaan thay? Were they dishonest?
Haan, ve thay. Yes. They were.
Nahee, Ve nahee thay. No. They weren't.
Dinner taiyaar thaa. Dinner was ready.
Ve dinner table par baiThe thay. They were sitting at dinner table.
Mere paas paanch mobile phone hai. I have five mobile phones.
Kyaa usake paas touch-phone hai? Has he got a touch phone?
Haan, usake paas hai. Yes. He has.
Unakee kal chhuTTee hai. They have a holiday tomorrow.
Vartika aur Avyan ke paas ek jaisaa kambal hai. Vartika and Avyan have same type blanket.

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** Correct pronunciation, achieving the rhythm and repeating the sentences
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