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Importance of Day To Day English Lessons

Practice of sentences used in Day-To-Day-English is an important part of learning good English. This section includes sentences which we normally use in our day to day conversation. Try to understand the meaning and start speaking simple sentences. Pronunciation is very important in English. Please check word's pronunciation from online Dictionary . Listen to the pronunciation and try to copy that pronunciation. No one can correct your pronunciation. It is only you, who can do it. So commit to yourself and learn correct pronunciation even if you are to listen number of times, pronunciation of one word. Correction of pronunciation should be done from the first day itself, otherwise it becomes very difficult to correct it later.

Roj vartalaap main prayog hone waale vaakyo kaa abhyaas achchhee English seekhane main bahut madadgaar hai. Is section main saral aur rojmarraa main aane waale vaakyo kaa samavesh kiyaa gayaa hai. Unake arth ko samajhay aur English bolane kaa abhyaas aaraambh kareN. UchchaaraN English bhaaShaa main bahut mahatvapoorN hai. Kripayaa shabd (jahan sanshay ho) kaa uchchaaraN Online Dictionary se check kareN. Shabd ke uchchaaraN ko dhyaan se sune aur vaisa hee bolane kaa prayaas kareN.Doosaraa koi bhee aapakaa uchchaaraN Theek nahee kar sakataa. Yah aap hee hai jo kar sakate hai. Isliye apane aap se vaayadaa kareN and sahee uchchaaraN seekheN chaahe ek shabd ko baar baar sun-na paday. UchchaaraN ko pahale din se hee Theek karane kaa prayaas karanaa chaahiye, nahee to baad main yah bahut kaThin ho jaataa hai.

This section begins with simple and routine words/sentences with which the beginner should start. It is not exactly with the rules covered in the schedules. Initially the beginner may not understand the rules for forming the sentences. Please do not bother about it and try to understand the meaning and start speaking simple sentences. As you go through the next lessons, you will learn how to make all types of sentences in English.

Is section meiN saral aur rojmarraa meiN aane waale vaakyo kaa samaavesh kiyaa gayaa hai jo kee ekdum schedules ke topic ke anusaar nahee hai. Shuru meN seekhane waalo ko vaakya banaane ke niyam samajh meiN nahee aate. Isakee parwah kiye bagair, arth ko samajhane kaa prayaas kareN aur saral English vaakyo ko balnaa aaraambh kareN. Jaise Jaise aap agale paaTh paDhate jaayenge, aapako sab samajh meN aa jaayegaa aur aapako lagegaa kee English seekhanaa bahut aasaan thaa.

It is strongly advised to start practice of speaking English from the very first day with simple sentences. It is also advised to confirm/correct the pronunciation from online Dictionary. Correct pronunciation will boost the confidence level of speaking English in front of others. No one can start speaking any second language immediately with correct grammar and in fluent way. Only determination, knowledge of essential English grammar, regular reading, listening & practice of speaking English and focusing on self correction can make possible to speak good and fluent English.

Pahale din se English bolane kaa abhyaas shuru kareN. Online dictionary se uchchaaraN sunishchit yaa sahee karleN. Sahee uchchaaraN doosro ke saamane English bolane meiN atmavishwaas baDhaataa hai. Koi bhee kisee bhee doosaree bhaaShaa sahee aur dhaaraapravaah ekdum se nahee bol sakataa. Kewal sankalp, jarooree English grammar kee jaankaaree, niyam-purvak English paDhanaa, sunanaa va bolane kaa abhyaas aur khud ko Theek karane par dhyaan denaa hee achchhee aur dhaaraapravaah English bolanaa sambhav banaate hai.
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