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We don’t have business problems we have people problems.
Hamaaree business se sambandhit samasyaanye nahee hotee, hamaaree logoN se sambandhit samasyaanye hotee 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.

Short Answers & Present Tense

Short Answers

In communication and spoken English, instead of saying complete sentence, complete helping verbs, short form of helping verb and short sentence are commonly used. In pronouncing also, short form of helping verb becomes shorter e.g. ‘he has not’ – in pronunciation these three words will be recited as two words ‘he hasn't’. We give below table stating the helping verb used with each pronoun and their short forms used in writing/conversation. Please listen each short form’s sound in on-line dictionary and practice.

English likhane va bolane meN, poore vaakyo aur poore helping verbs kee jagah chhoTe vaakya aur helping verb kaa chhoTaa roop istemaal kiyaa jaataa hai. Sahaayak kriyaa kaa sankShipt roop bolane meiN bhee chhoTaa ho jaataa hai. Neeche table meiN helping verb kee chhoTee form dee gai hai. Kripayaa har chhoTee form kaa uchchaaraN, on-line dictionary par sune aur abhyaas kareN.

Pronoun Helping Verb - Present Positive Negative Interrogative
I am a Doctor - MaiN Doctor hoon MaiN hoon MaiN nahee hoon Kyaa maiN hoon?
I Am I am (I'am) I am not (I'm not) Am I…?
He/She/It Is He/She/It is..(He's/She's/It's) He/She/It is not..(He's/She's/It's not) Is he/she/it...?
You Are You are (You're) You are not (You're not or you aren't) Are you…?
We Are We are (We're ) We are not (We're not or we aren't) Are we …?
They Are They are (They're) They are not (They're not or they aren't) Are they…?
I have a car - mere paas car hai. mere paas hai mere paas nahee hai. Kyaa mere paas hai?
I have I have (I've) I have not (I've not or I haven't) Have I…?
He/She/It has He/She/It has (He's/She's/It's) He/She/It has not (He/She/It hasn't) Has he/she/it….?
You have You have (you've) You have not (you've not or you haven't) Have you…?
We have We have (We've) We have not (We've not or we haven't) Have we…?
They have They have (they've) They have not (They've not or they haven't) Have they…?

Pronoun Helping Verb - Present Positive Negative Interrogative
I do work - MaiN kaam karataa hoon. MaiN karataa hoon MaiN nahee karataa hoon. Kyaa maiN karataa hoon?
I Do I do I do not (I don't) Do I…?
He/She/It does He/She/It does He/She/It does not (He/She/It doesn't) Does he/she/it…?
You do You do You do not (You don't) Do you…?
We Do We do We do not (We don't) Do we…?
They Do They do They do not (They don't) Do they…?
I was not there - MaiN vahaaN nahee thaa. MaiN thaa MaiN nahee thaa Kyaa main thaa?
I was I was I was not (I wasn't) Was I…?
He/She/It was He/She/It was He/She/It was not (He/she/it wasn't) Was he/she/it…?
You were You were You were not (you weren't) Were you…?
We were We were We were not (we weren't) Were we…?
They were They were They were not (they weren't) Were they…?

Pronoun Helping Verb - Present Positive Negative Interrogative
I had high fever - Mujhe tej bukhaar thaa. Mujhe thaa Mujhe nahee thaa. Kyaa mujhe thaa?
I had I had I had not (I hadn't) Had I..?
He/She/It had He/She/It had He/She/It had not (He/She/It hadn't) Had he/she/it…?
You had You had You had not (you hadn't) Had you…?
We had We had We had not (We hadn't) Had we…?
They had They had They had not (They hadn't) Had the…?
I did work - Maine kaam kiyaa Maine kiyaa maine nahee kiyaa Kyaa maine kiyaa?
I Did I did I did not (I didn't) did I…?
He/She/It Did He/She/It did He/She/It did not (He/She/It didn't) did he/she/it…?
You Did You did You did not (You didn't) did you…?
We Did We did We did not (We didn't) did we…?
They Did They did They did not (They didn't) did they…?

The above table has 126 short sentences. Please read all the sentences with a voice and repeat by adding new objects which are coming in daily use. Learn correct pronunciation and increase speed slowly. Repetitive loud reading will help you to roll your tongue to speak good English.

Upar table meiN 126 chhoTe vaakya hai. Sabhee vaakyo ko aawaaj nikaalte huay paDheN aur alag alag vaakya banaa kar baar baar paDheN. Sahee uchchaaraN seekh lijiye aur bolane kee speed dheere dheere baDhaaye. Jor se bolakar doharaane se aapakee jihwaa ko achchhee aur pravaah se English bolane meiN bahut madad milegee.

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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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