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Alok Pandey - Learn to speak English fluently.

Alok Pandey - Learn to speak English fluently.

By Alok Pandey
In the age of this advanced competition world, everybody wants to pitch compelling statements. But the base of these intriguing communication skills is English spoken. Where it is for jobs, business, and personal developments. These terms come everywhere.

But how to learn to speak English fluently becomes a myth. Learners have a great challenge to find the proper channel

I spent many years to grasp it. A lot of time I fell to achieve it, but finally, I got it. By this podcast, I will try to show the right path for learners.

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The use of the word "fall" by Alok Pandey
The use of the word "fall" by Alok Pandey
09:20
March 1, 2021
Toss and turn idioms by Alok Pandey
Toss and turn idioms by Alok Pandey
06:40
February 28, 2021
Inspirational story of Ekalavya by Alok Pansey
Inspirational story of Ekalavya by Alok Pansey
11:40
February 27, 2021
Whom are you talking to or to who are you taking to? Learn by Alok Pandey
Whom are you talking to or to who are you taking to? Learn by Alok Pandey
07:56
February 27, 2021
Use of the verb "lie" by Alok Pandey
Lie verb (SPEAK FALSELY) to say or write something that is not true in order to deceive someone: 1-You always lie 2-When you were young, you lied a lot. 3-You have just lied. 4- He lies. 5-He is lying. Lie verb  /laɪ/ (POSITION) लेटना या आराम करना to be in or move into a horizontal position on a surface 1-Why do you lie on sofa daily. 2- He lay on the sofa all day. 3-I have lain on this bed three times. 4-He lies on this sofa daily. 5- I am lying on the sofa. Lay verb  /leɪ/ (PUT DOWN) to put something in especially a flat or horizontal position, usually carefully or for a particular purpose:: 1-Lay the book on the table. 2-He laid the bag on the floor. 3-She has laid her clothes in the cupboard. 4- The hen lays eggs. 5-The hen is laying eggs Lie verb If something lies in a particular place, position, or direction, it is in that place, position, or direction: 1-The river lies 30 km to the south. 2-There are several houses lying empty in the town. (कस्बे में कई घर खाली पड़े हैं।
11:16
February 26, 2021
Use of shed & shed light on something by Alok Pandey
Shed noun /ʃed/ A small building, usually made of wood, used for storing things: 1-A tool/storage shed. 2-Acow shed. 3-We keep our bikes in the shed. Shed verb /ʃed/ (past tense and past participle shed) To lose a covering, such as leaves, hair, or skin, because it falls off naturally, or to drop something in a natural way or by accident: 1-The trees shed their leaves in autumn. 2-They ran down to the water, shedding clothes as they went. 3-She shed a few tears at her daughter’s wedding. Shed light on something : To provide information about something or to make something easier to understand: 1-Tracking technologies have shed light on the birds’ social nature. 2-Recent research has shed light on the causes of the disease. 3-Can you shed light on this problem?
10:06
February 25, 2021
Use of "mind" by Alok Pandey
The word mind is used as a noun and verb to give a good expression in English the word mind is used as a verb.....
09:31
February 24, 2021
Use of the word "wonder" by Alok Pandey
Wonder verb /ˈwʌn.dɚ/ (To want to know something; to ask yourself questions about something) : कुछ जानना चाहना; कुछ जानने को उत्‍सुक होना Shouldn’t you phone home? Your parents will be wondering where you are. Used as a polite way of asking a question or of asking somebody to do something (शिष्‍टतापूर्वक पूछने या अनुरोध करने के लिए प्रयुक्त शब्‍द). I wonder if you could help me. 1- I wonder what the future holds for you and me. 2-She wondered who’d sent her the mysterious email. 3-I was wondering if you’d like to come to the cinema with me this evening?
07:24
February 23, 2021
How can you learn English yourself? Listen the conversation between Pankaj Rawat and Alok Pandey
How can you learn English yourself? Listen the conversation between Pankaj Rawat and Alok Pandey
23:42
February 21, 2021
"Nail it" idiom by Alok Pandey
If you do something successfully to express it you can say I nail it.
06:48
February 18, 2021
Bare infinitive by Alok Pandey
A bare infinitive is a base form of a verb. Once we dive in English grammar, there are varieties of elements. Hence, to master it one needs to learn it. But the bare infinitive is nothing but the base form of a verb.  As we already have discussed the infinitive verb or full infinitive verb. The verb that is always followed by “to” like to go, to help. For some examples: I am going to market to buy a pen They were looking to meet you. We are planning to go to the movie. Therefor the sentence as mentioned above are comprising with the full infinitive verb (to go, to meet, to buy). Hence, these are called the full infinitive verb. Many English learners know this form of the infinitive that is comprising with “to” only. But bare infinitive exist What is a bare infinite verb? A form of the verb that remains in its base form is called the bare infinitive verb. In other words, the infinitive without ‘to’ is called the bare infinitive. Its usage. As we know that the all model auxiliary verb takes the verb base form. I shall go there. They will come today. You should follow the rules. She would call you. You may try it. She might come today. John must attend this meeting. You ought to respect elders. She can resolve it. Certainly here we can say the all verb in the above sentences marked bold are in the base form. Hence, we can say that the bare infinitive verbs are used with model auxiliary verbs. We use bare infinitive with causative verbs. I made him clean my room. Let him go. I have my son complete a math exercise. I’m going to have my haircut tomorrow. He helped me receive my certificate. I help him reach here. I help the teacher speak English. Teachers help students aggregate good marks. She helps her child solve the math question. We use the bare infinitive after the phrasal verb better had. We had better take something to eat, or we will be hungry later. It’s getting late. You’d better leave now, or you will miss your bus. I had better go to bed, I have to be up early tomorrow. You’d better shut up! (warning) My team had better win tonight. (hope) You’d better take an umbrella, or you will get wet. He’d better remember to wear a neck-tie, or they won’t let him in the restaurant. I think I had better take them, or they will get lost. Similarly, in all the sentences as listed above comprises with a bare infinitive those all are in bold. Hence, the bottom line is, all the verb that remains in its base form, it is a bare infinitive. Must learn these important topics. What is a verb? Non-finite verb infinitive. Gerund verb. Participle grammar. Model verb. Use of could. Would. Should. May and might. Must. Used to. Linking verb. Transitive and intransitive verb. Primary verb. Regular and irregular verb. Causative verb Will and shall. Use of other, others, and another.
09:23
February 6, 2021
Use of need and dare by Alok Pandey
It has other names like a semi or marginal model. It becomes significant to know the use of need and dare model verbs. Since these two verbs have two different attributes, one model and another main verb.  Use of need As we know that need is a semi-model verb, since it plays both roles, as a model or a main verb. Generally, we use “need” to form a negative sentence, since using it as an affirmative look uncommon. You needn’t take off your shoes. (negative) You need take off your shoes. (affirmative) You need go there. (as a model) You need to go there. (as a main verb) He need talk to me. (as a model) He needs to talk to me. (as a main verb) You need not go there. (as a model) You don’t need to go there. (as a main verb) Need we write it down? (as a model) Do we need to write it down? (as a main verb) You needn’t have waited for me. (You waited for me, but it wasn’t necessary.) I didn’t need to buy any books. (main verb) Remember that main verb need is followed by to, and it changes with person, number and tense (I, you, we, they need to; she, he, it needs to; I, you, she, he, it, we, they needed to). Use of dare. As we know that dare is a semi-model verb, since it plays both roles, as a model or a main verb. Dare meaning as challenge somebody. Go on, I dare you. Some snakes can bite, but I dare you to hold this big snake. Dare meaning as ‘to be brave enough or rude enough to do something’. If Sally dares (to) go there again, she’ll be in big trouble! (ordinary verb) He doesn’t dare (to) go there. (as a main verb) No one dares (to) go there. (as a main verb) No one dare go there. (semi-modal verb) Does anyone dare (to) go there? (as a main verb) Dare anyone go there? (semi-modal verb) Doesn’t he dare (to) go there? (as a main verb) Daren’t he go there? (semi-modal verb) Typical error We don’t use the infinitive with to after semi-modal dare in the expression How dare you: How dare you suggest she was lazy! Not: How dare you to suggest… Must read these important topics. What is a verb? Non-finite verb infinitive. Gerund verb. Participle grammar. Model verb. Use of could. Would. Should. May and might. Must. Used to. Linking verb. Transitive and intransitive verb. Primary verb. Regular and irregular verb. Causative verb Will and shall. Use of other, others, and another.
10:15
February 4, 2021
Linking verb and action verb by Alok Pandey
Linking verb plays a vital role to compose precise and persuasive points. When I visit several grammar learner Facebook groups. Certainly, I spot many learners showering questions about active and passive voice. Many of them even answer with flaws. Hence the knowledge of linking verb or action verb is vital.  How to spot a linking verb? Before understanding the attribute of a linking verb. We should understand its opponent that is an action verb. Knowing the action verbs make it easy to spot a linking verb. Action verb interprets what’s the subject of a sentence is doing. It expresses the physical and mental actions. Action verb helps readers to know the subject activity or efforts that yield the result. There are two types of action verbs, transitive and intransitive. John cooks food. in this sentence, a reader can spot easily the activity or action that John is putting to cook. Hence the word “cook” is an action verb. There are many but a few of the action verbs are here. ActAnswerApproveArrangeBreakBuildBuyCoachColorCoughCreateCompleteCryDanceDescribeDrawDrinkEatEditEnterExitImitateInventJumpLaughLieListenPaintPlanPlayReadReplaceRunScreamSeeShopShoutSingSkipSleepSneezeSolveStudyTeachTouchTurnWalkWinWriteWhistleYankZip Linking verb. Unlike action verbs, a linking verb only assists to know about the subject state. In other words, a linking verb describes the subject of a sentence. A linking verb is called a linking verb because it links the subject to a subject complement John is a good cook. In this sentence, a reader is getting the information about John, not the action or activity. Certainly the word “is” is a linking verb.  Linking verbs connect the subject to a predicate noun or a predicate adjective. The most common linking verbs are (am, is, are, was, were, has been, are being, might be, become, seem, appear, seem, stay, feel, look, smell, taste, grow remain, sound, turn, etc.). For examples, I am a teacher. She is a beautiful girl. They are players. That shirt was black. Those students were intelligent. He seems angry. It smells garlicky. The some time some of the linking verb may be an action verb. He appears sad. (linking) He appears all of sudden before me. (action) Must read these topics. What is a verb? Non-finite verb infinitive. Gerund verb. Participle grammar. Model verb. Use of could. Would. Should. May and might. Must. Used to. Transitive and intransitive verb. Primary verb. Regular and irregular verb. Causative verb Will and shall. Use of other, others, and another.
09:06
February 3, 2021
Use of will and shall by Alok Pandey
Why the use of will and shall confuse us? Now, the podcast is available to listen to these lessons online. Thus Search the podcast: Alok Pandey –learn to speak English fluently. Generally, the use of will and shall appear to anticipate something or commit something to the future. Shall is used with 1st person and will with the others. But, when we listen to somebody talking and is violating the rules, as we have learned in traditional grammar. Since grammar renders the use of the modal verb shall with the first person I and we. But in the real-world people are putting it differently. Like, with the first person “I and we”, they are using the modal verb “will”. This question is lingering in the mind in the quest for satisfactory results about the use of will and shall.  Clarity on the use of will and shall Certainly, the trend causes to the language too. Since the graph as demonstrated renders the trend that how the usage of will increase by the passage of the time. Use of shall Traditionally and formally the use of shall appears with the first person pronoun. The use of “shall” is more formal in usage. I shall go. We shall work on it. But it is limiting its usage. In the American tradition use of shall is lacking. But the majority of British still follow the traditional patterns. Remember: most of the computer strategy is designed and implemented by the American. Hence typing the model verb “will” with “I” does not show errors and we find it tough to understand. Use of will Similarly, the use of will is with all persons except the first person “I and we”. He will go tomorrow. They will finish this project. You will present this data. She will manage this. Some facts about the use of will and shall As we know there are many models to use in the present and past. But in the future, we are left with only two as will and shall. In the present if we need to emphasize or show importance we use. You should do it. (in general terms) You must do it. (emphasizing or showing priority) But in the present when we need to emphasize or show importance. We need to switch the place of shall and will with each other.  Clearly, it reveals that the use of will shall exchange its position to emphasize the sentence or to express the importance. You shall finish this work by end of the day. (showing duty, importance, or emphasizing) We will finish this work by end of the day. (showing duty, importance, or emphasizing). Shall for the suggestion. Surely, shall is still used in the formation of questions. But to express the meaning of suggestion and advice. For example, Shall we go now? Shall we go to the movie later? Who shall we invite to the party? What shall we do after we’ve watched the film? Remember: in the all sentence as mentioned the meaning of shall is similar to the should, but not exactly. Must read these important topic. Non-finite verb infinitive. Gerund verb. Participle grammar. Model verb. Use of could. Would. Should. May and might. Must. Used to. Transitive and intransitive verb. Primary verb. Regular and irregular verb. Will and shall. Use of other, others, and another. How many words should I learn to speak English?
08:45
February 2, 2021
Regular and irregular verb by Alok Pandey
The importance of regular and irregular verbs. All topics are available on my podcast with the name “Alok Pandey learn to speak English podcast”. Rarely, it strikes our mind when we study English grammar. Either our teacher doesn’t emphasize it or we don’t churn out the language keenly. But in the further journey, we found it tough.  Regular verb. As, In English, there are a variety of rules and conditions. When we need to change the tenses. Then we need to change the form of the verb. Generally, all verbs are in their base form (help, tell, remember, and so on). But to form the past simple and past participle, the verb has to change its form. Thus if a verb changes its form to the past simple or the past participle and after changing, it adds -ed or d at last. So it is a regular verb. Probably, It counts about 80% of the verbs. For examples, Base formPast simplePast participleHelpHelpedHelpedInformInformedInformedReachReachedReachedReceiveReceivedReceived Irregular verb. As we noticed that the verb after changing its form for the past simple or the past participle. Or, It adds additional words as -ed or -d. Therefore if a verb after changing its form for the past simple or past participle does not add -ed or -d at its end. Then it is known as irregular verbs. For examples, Base formPast simplePast participleComeCameComeGoWentGoneSendSentSentBuildBuiltBuilt I short, we experienced that the verb form ending with -ed or -d in its past simple or participle. Hence it is a regular In contrast, others are irregular verbs. Types of irregular verbs. Generally, there are about 200 irregular verbs. Concerning, These verb can be divided into for kinds. Verb with the same base form, in the past simple and past participle Base formPast simplePast participleHitHitHitHurtHurtHurtLetLetLetCutCutCut 2- The Verb which have the same past simple and past participle Base formPast simplePast participleFeelFeltFeltHaveHadHadMakeMadeMadeSellSoldSold 3- Verbs which have the same base form and past participle. Base formPast simplePast participleComeCameComeBecomeBecameBecameRunRanRun 4-The verbs which have a different base form, past simple and past participle Base formPast simplePast participleDrinkDrankDrunkEatAteEatenFallFellFallenSwimSwamSwum In short, it is now transparent that how import these verbs play the role. So, understanding its attribute help to form the correct sentences. Similarly the other parts of the verb. Certainly it has its value to form a precise sentence. Hence, do not forget to learn these topics. Since these, all are the complements of each other. In conclusion, I expect some of your feedback. Again, I would request not to miss these important topics. Non-finite verb infinitive. Gerund verb. Participle grammar. Model verb. Use of could. Would. Should. May and might. Must. Used to. Transitive and intransitive verb. Primary verb. Regular and irregular verb. Will and shall. Use of other, others, and another. How many words do we need to learn to speak English fluently?
10:06
February 1, 2021
Primary verb (be, do, have) by Alok Pandey
Definition and Examples of Primary Verbs in English Since we have discussed the verb parts. Thus, after the completion of the non-finite verbs as mentioned below. We turned into the finite verbs category and going to learn primary verbs now. Non-finite verb – infinitive. Gerund. Participle.  Certainly, in the finite verb category. We have already learned the model verb. As mentioned below. Model auxiliary verbs Use of could. Should. Would. May & might. Must. Used to. Primary verbs The primary verbs in English grammars are the verbs-Be, do, and have. Be– (is, am, are, was, and were) Do– (do, does, and did) Have– (have, has, and had) Further details of these verb forms are:- VerbForm-1Form-2Form-3Form-4Form-5Bebe/am/arewas/werebeenbeingisDododiddonedoingdoesHavehavehadhadhavinghas Structure of the verb “be” Hence we understood the primary verb elements. But it is significant to understand its usage. Generally, the verb “be” is used with three structures. Be + -ing verb form-for active. Be + verb-3 form-for passive. The primary verb “be” also appears as a main verb. For examples, The verb “be” as a helping/auxiliary verb She is working. I was waiting. They were dancing. I am looking for an alternate option. They are studying. The verb “be” as a main/lexical verb He is John. I am to see him tomorrow. She is to get married soon They are my friends. You are a gentleman. The verb “be” in the passive sentence. He has been informed. They are being taught English. The bike is repaired. I am being trained in how to teach. They were trained. Structure of the verb “do” Similarly the verb “do” appears in different forms. For examples, The verb “do” as a main/lexical verb to emphasis. I admit that I was wrong. (normal sentence) I do admit that I was wrong. (emphasis) She looks beautiful. (normal) She does look beautiful. (emphasis) He says that he would pay. (normal) He did say that he would pay. (emphasis) The verb “do” as a helping/ auxiliary verb. He does not exercise in the morning. They do not work on Sunday. You did not join the party. I do not want to wake up early in the morning. She does not know how to cook. Structure of the verb “have”. Definitely, the verb “have” has also different attributes. As the verb be, and do. For examples, The verb “have” as a main/lexical verb. She has an expensive phone. They have a good understanding of one another. You have an old bike. I had a vehicle but I sold that. He had five laptops when he used to work. The verb “have” as a helping/ auxiliary verb. I had attended the seminar last year. You have not forgotten him completely. She has fallen in love with him. He has not come yet. They have gone for the movie. Some more attributes about the primary verbs. As the main verb the verb “be” shows the state of being, like ” He is old”. But, when it appears as a helping verb. Generally, the verb form -ing comes after it, like “I am going”. The verb “do” as the main verb emphasis the matter, like the sentence, “he does exercise”. Only the verb base form appears after the verb “do” like “I do not go”. The verb “have” shows the possession as the main verb, like “I have a phone”. But, it always takes the verb form -3 after it. As “I have gone”. Also read these topics. Non-finite verb infinitive. Gerund verb. Participle grammar. Model verb. Use of could. Would. Should. May and might. Must. Used to. Transitive and intransitive verb. Primary verb. Regular and irregular verb. Will and shall. Use of other, others, and another. How to learn to speak English quickly? How to pronounce English correctly? Use of other, others, and another. Use these reduction words to speak English fast. Why does the Americal pronounce the letter T as D? Twenty advanced and effective English words.
11:51
January 31, 2021
Transitive and intransitive verb by Alok Pandey
Myth of transitive and intransitive verb. Specifically, it matters for those who wish to grasp the advanced level in English. Therefore, this article will reveal the secrets of the myth of transitive and intransitive verb easily for those advanced learners. First of all, eradicate the question that is nagging somewhere in the back of your mind. In regards to the transitive or intransitive verb. We should not decide until the verb is in the sentence. How to identify the verb transitive, or intransitive? Look at this illustration graph:  As shown in the illustration, the same word ‘cooks’ appears in two different sentences. But, in the first sentence “She cooks food” the verb cooks is a transitive verb. In contrast, in the second sentence ” She cooks in the kitchen” the verb cooks is an intransitive verb. How to understand the logic of transitive and intransitive verb? Before focusing on the topic, transitive, and intransitive verbs. Certainly, we need to know the meaning of transitive. Word:- transitive. Parts of speech:- noun Meaning:- a verb that has or needs an object or (of a verb) having or needing an object. In a sentence, only the verb and preposition have attributes to take an object. In other words, only prepositions and verbs take the object. Clearly, if a verb has an object, that verb is called a transitive verb.  Since in the above illustration, the verb “cooks” has an object. Hence the verb “cooks” is a transitive verb. Intransitive verb. Now look at the below sentence.  As in the above illustration, the verb “cooks” has not an object. In this sentence, the preposition “in” has the object “kitchen”. In other words, the object “kitchen” belongs to the preposition “in”. Hence the verb “cooks” is an intransitive verb. Some more examples: She played the piano. (Transitive) She laughed at him. (Intransitive) He was trying to sell his car. ( transitive. in this sentence to sell is an infinitive. to understand the infinitive click it). He loves dancing. (Transitive. in this sentence the word dancing is “gerund”. to understand the gerund click it). I know how to play the harmonium. (Transitive. in this sentence “how to play the harmonium” is a noun phrase). He sings at night. (Intransitive) He sings a song. (Transitive) Also read these important topics: Non-finite verb infinitive. Gerund verb. Participle grammar. Model verb. Use of could. Would. Should. May and might. Must. Used to. Transitive and intransitive verb. Primary verb. Regular and irregular verb. Will and shall. Use of other, others, and another. Use of other, others, and another. How to learn to speak English quickly? How to pronounce correct Egnlish words. Common errors in English. Twenty advanced and effective English words. Vocabularies that help you to upgrade your level. Why does the American pronounce the letter T as D?
10:22
January 31, 2021
Use of 'used to' by Alok Pandey
Use of ‘used to’ play a vital role in expressing habits. While crafting or composing any persuasive points, one needs to arm with intriguing elements. In other words, to reveal a compelling thought, one must care about the vital components of the English words. Use of used to belongs to the same landscape.  Use of used to. As we can have a glimpse of the illustration as shown above. If something we did in the past but no longer now, and now to express that. We use used to grammar In the same illustration (second seen) we experience that, If we have been doing something for a long ago and is continue. Meaning, something that we are doing and are in the habit of, to express it, we use the used to grammar. Used to grammar to reveal the past habit. Specifically, the past habit that we had. Now we are narrating that, we must use the used to grammar. For example, I used to eat meat, but now I’m a vegetarian We don’t go to the movies now as often as we used to. All-day long we used to play when I was a teenager. I used to score good marks in math. My boss used to behave awkwardly in the previous company. I childhood I didn’t use to brush my teeth sometimes. Earlier people used to show hospitality to the guest. Earlier people used to be strong, but no longer now. We used to bathe in the river. Used to grammar to reveal the present habit. As we reveal the past habit, similarly we express the present habit. To express the present habit, we use the used to grammar. For example, He is used to telling a lie. He is used to smoking. They are used to listening to their boss. You are used to enduring the pain. Structure differences. To reveal the past habit:- Subject + model verb “used to” + verb base form + other words. To reveal the present habit:- Subject + adjective “used to” + gerund “-ing” + other words. Explanation in detail.  Since two auxiliaries/ helping verb can not appear consecutively. Hence the use of “used to” appears as an adjective. When we are expressing the present habit. Must read these topics. Non-finite verb infinitive. Gerund verb. Participle grammar. Model verb. Use of could. Would. Should. May and might. Must. Used to. Transitive and intransitive verb. Primary verb. Regular and irregular verb. Will and shall. Use of other, others, and another. How to learn to speak English quickly? How to pronounce correct English? Common errors in English. Use of reduction words to speak like a native.
09:25
January 30, 2021
Use of Must by Alok Pandey.
We use it to sense necessary or very important. Thus, if one needs to fuel one’s English communication skills. The use of the must model verb must learn. Each pitch and persuasive point includes significant elements. Therefore, crafting with these significant elements becomes vital.  ‘Must’ shows necessity. For instance, If you work in an office. If your manager gives some work, and he says: 1- You should do this work– It means it’s your obligation to do, and you may do that work as you wish. Like the next day or day after tomorrow. 2- You ought to do this work– It means it’s your responsibility. And it depends on your mood and time. 3- You must do this work– Certainly, here the word ‘must‘ senses the urgency or necessity of the work. You have to work it on the first priority. Thus, we understood that the use of ‘must’ comes for necessity or importance. On the flip side, if one doesn’t understand the use of must model verb. He or she will not consider the given work on priority, and it may take him or her in a trouble. For some examples, You must cook the meat thoroughly. I must get some sleep. You mustn’t show this letter to anyone else. Johan must not leave the luggage unattended I must phone my sister. We must get someone to fix that wheel. If you live in the country a car is a must. We use of must model verb to show that something is very likely, probable, or certain to be true: They must be going to celebrate the 1st of January. There’s no food left – we must have eaten it all. She must be waiting for us. “You must know Frank.” “No, I don’t.” He must be studying hard to score good marks. You must be going to the gym. He must be earning a lot of money by blogging. She must be mad! You must be joking! There must be some mistake. Mr. Robertson is here; it must be Tuesday. Must learn these topics. Non-finite verb infinitive. Gerund verb. Participle grammar. Model verb. Use of could. Would. Should. May and might. Must. Used to. Transitive and intransitive verb. Primary verb. Regular and irregular verb. Will and shall. Use of other, others, and another. How to learn to speak English quickly? How to pronounce correctly? Common Errors in English.
08:35
January 30, 2021
Use of may and might by Alok Pandey
If you are not using may and might, You are missing a big chunk. To clarify, if you want to hold or command over the persuasive pitch. You must arm with these vital chunks. The use of may and might is a weapon of the intriguing pitch. In this stiff competition age, one must include these while crafting any tone. Use of may: Possibility. Permission. Wish.  Use of may for Possibility, Permission, and Wish. As one can see in the above examples. Use of may arises for the multiple purposes. But, for polite and make the pitch soft and persuasive. For example, There may be other problems that they don’t know about. I may see you tomorrow before you leave. The cause of the accident may never be discovered. The explosion may have been caused by a faulty electrical connection. We’d better not interfere – she may not like it. There may be some evidence to suggest she’s guilty, but it’s hardly conclusive. If used on delicate skin, this cream may produce a stinging sensation. People who suffer a stroke may experience a loss of speech. This afternoon we may see some wintry showers over higher ground. We may have to sell the house, but I hope it won’t come to that. I worry about the destructive effect that violent films may have on children. A reader may borrow up to six books at any one time. “May I help myself to some more food?” “Yes, of course.” Hi, my name’s Tiffany. How may I help you? May you have a long and fruitful marriage. Use of might. Past simple of may. Possibility. Permission. Suggestion. For some examples, “I thought you might have helped, ” she replied peevishly. He wrote to me last week regarding a business proposition he thought might interest me. Jan hasn’t got a ticket but I thought we might sneak her in. I suggested that a cup of tea might settle her stomach. I’ve brought with me an article from yesterday’s paper that I thought might amuse you. I might come and visit you next year if I can save enough money. Don’t go any closer – it might be dangerous/it might not be safe. Driving so fast, he might have had a nasty accident (= it could have happened but it did not). The rain might have stopped by now. Might I ask a question? I wonder if I might have a quick look at your newspaper? A comparison in terms of capacity and possibility.  Thus, if one wants to show hundred percent possibility. He should use can. for sixty percent use may. And, to show the low possibility, use might. Must read these topics. Non-finite verb infinitive. Gerund verb. Participle grammar. Model verb. Use of could. Would. Should. May and might. Must. Used to. Transitive and intransitive verb. Primary verb. Regular and irregular verb. Will and shall. Use of other, others, and another. How to learn to speak English quickly?
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January 29, 2021
Use of should by Alok Pandey
Use of should gives variety to enhance one’s skills. However, as we expect varieties at the dinner plate. Or, once we see the kinds of dishes on the plate. Our mouth starts watering to have a taste of each. Likewise, When we craft our pitch to interact with others. It needs varieties to make it engaging. Meanwhile, the use of should fulfill it.  Why should we use the word “should”? As a result, most speakers or writers forget to align the use of should. But, the experience one, they always care about it. Hence somebody is able to craft an intriguing pitch, and others miss it. Use of should. It is a part of the model verb, hence it has the same attribute. Like to reveals one’s mood. It is used for: Duty. Probability. Opinion. Possibility. For example, If you’re annoyed with him, you should tell him. He should wake up early in the morning. You should practice it daily. Johan should talk to her. If she loves him, she should expose it to him. Ramesh should study daily for five hours. Alex should take this medicine two times daily. This medicine should mitigate the headache. As he wants to be fluent in English, so he should speak daily. We should wear a mask. Lata should listen to her boss. This computer isn’t working as it should. There should be an investigation into the cause of the disaster. He said that I should see a doctor. Where should we meet this evening? My dry cleaning should be ready this afternoon. This should be good. Should with lest. In modern English, we barely see the uses of the conjunction ‘lest‘. But, the only auxiliary verb ‘should‘ makes a combination to form a conditional sentence. For example, Work hard lest you should fail. OR Work hard lest you fail. (Meaning if you don’t work hard you will fail). Come fast lest we should miss the train. Talk to him lest he should leave the office. Must read these topics. Non-finite verb infinitive. Gerund verb. Participle grammar. Model verb. Use of could. Would. Should. May and might. Must. Used to. Transitive and intransitive verb. Primary verb. Regular and irregular verb. Will and shall. Use of other, others, and another. How to learn to speak English quickly? How to pronounce the correct Egnlish word? Common English errors. Twenty advance and effective English words.
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January 27, 2021
Use of would by Alok Pandey
Use of would is significant. To make our pitch inherently more engaging and persuasive. In other words, before composing ourselves to interact with others. We must be armed with suitable elements of the language. One of the compelling elements is the use of would. Your way of expressing or revealing the thoughts becomes your identity. Thus, the interaction would not be superficial. It depends on your pitch. Hence, the first impression is the last impression, comes to mind. Illustrations graph:  Therefore, it becomes lucid to understand the all elements of the word would. Thus, we will learn each elements usage respectively. Use to refer the future time from the past point of view. For example, He said he would meet him tomorrow. I thought I would cancel my next day’s program. They realized there would be a problem. Students realized it would not be easy to pass the exam. He called to inform me he would not join the party. Refer to an intention from the past point of view. For example, He promised he would always care for her. They said that they would come. Johan informed me that he would come later. He announced that he would not attend the party. Ramesh told that he would not share any information. Refer to a situation that you can imagine happening. For example, I would hate to miss the movie. He would join the party but he was in another city. They would come if they could. I would join the office if I was not tired. She would come but she is busy. For polite request offer. For example, Would you like me to come with you? Would you like some coffee? Past simple of will. For example, He would not come today. I would not send him an email. They would agree on it. Johan would not watch the news. To express the past repeated/ habitual events. For example, I would play cricket in childhood. He would not attend the night shift. They would go to school. We would listen to the news on the radio. We would hand out with friends. For probability. For example, He would be 30 years old. The person whose sound I heard. He would be Alex. It is too cold, it would be -1 degree temperature. The girl talking loudly on the phone, she would be Rupa. We didn’t inform her. She would be angry. For imagination. If I were you, I would not say so. If he were a prime minister, he would serve the nation well. Also read. Non-finite verb infinitive. Gerund verb. Participle grammar. Model verb. Use of could. Would. Should. May and might. Must. Used to. Transitive and intransitive verb. Primary verb. Regular and irregular verb. Will and shall. Use of other, others, and another.
09:14
January 26, 2021
About Indonesia weather. Conversation with a friend living in Indonesia and Alok Pandey an online En
Beautiful weather, no need to use AC or heater, always, the same environment.
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January 24, 2021
Use of other, others, and another by Alok Pandey
It creates a problem to understand the use of other, others, and another. To clarify, the Use of other|others|and another. I will articulate its attributes. It will be more transparent and lucid after reading this article to understand in detail. Use of other. Word: other. Parts of speech: determiner (adjective). Meaning: additional.  Likewise, if we want to talk about alternate or other things. The determiner other is used. In short, many people mistake this determiner position. Generally, a determiner appears before a noun or pronoun. A determiner is an adjective, and an adjective qualifies the noun and pronoun. Thus, Use of other|others|and another is significant. He has many ‘others‘ friends. in this sentence the word “others” is incorrect. As it has come before a noun “friends”. Thus the word “others” is a determiner. And, a determiner has not attributed to be plural. In other words, a determiner can not be pluralized. We use it for plural. Some other examples: There is no other work available for you. Is there any other executive we should ask? I am looking for other jobs. Can tell me the other synonyms of the word work. Do you have any other options? You need to consult some other doctors. They have some other problems. The determiner, “other” is qualifying the nouns, work, executive, jobs, synonyms, options, doctors, and problems determiners attribute is to qualify the noun and pronoun. Use of others. Word: other. Parts of speech: pronoun. Meaning: the second of two things or people.  Most importantly, we need to know that the pronoun and the noun have only property to become a subject or an object. In this sentence “hold the racket in one hand and the ball in the other”, the word ‘other’ is a pronoun, taking the position of an object. Use of other|others|and another is significant. Some analysis, If we add the noun “hand” after the word other. like “hold the racket in one hand and the ball in the other hand“, then the word ” other” will become a determiner. Some other examples: Some people like living in big cities, but others prefer the village. (in this sentence the word “others” is taking the position of a subject. Thus the word “others” is a plural form of the pronoun “other”). Some people prefer to play cricket, while others prefer football. He invited some people in the morning and announced to invite others in the evening. I only know about this phone, but there might be others. We shouldn’t expect others to help us. Use of another. Word: another. Parts of speech: determiner/pronoun. Meaning: one more person or thing or an extra amount:  The determiner another is used for singular. When we discuss about two thins. One we have an one more we talk about. Remember, we have learned about the determiner other that is used for plural. Some other examples: I’m going to have another piece of bread. He wants another cup of tea. They can score another century. We can not afford another phone. We have two tickets and need another. (In this sentence the word another is a pronoun). We have room in the car for another. (In this sentence the word another is a pronoun). Conclusion: The determiner ” other” is used for plural whereas, another for singular. Pronoun other may be singular or plural itself. Don’t forger to read. Non-finite verb infinitive. Gerund verb. Participle grammar. Model verb. Use of could. Would. Should. May and might. Must. Used to. Transitive and intransitive verb. Primary verb. Regular and irregular verb. Will and shall. Use of other, others, and another.
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January 24, 2021
Use of Could by Alok Pandey
Could plays different roles. When we compose to reveal our thought, thereafter the first idea strikes in our minds. The message should be polite, lucid, and formal. Use of could becomes our first choice. So, these kinds of characters fuel us. Thus using polite and lucid you deliver a compelling statement. Since it is a series of the verb, hence to reap more value. You must see these fragments. What is a verb Non-finite verb Gerund verb Participle grammar Model auxiliary verb -can Thereby moving further, I would like to put the demonstration of the series graph.  Use of could  Thereafter we may realize that the use of could has a wide range. If we are composing ourselves to a compelling conversation. Without it, we can miss the effective impression. It is armed with many purposes. Let us now understand with some examples. One mistake and one can lose the great opportunity Your identity is your communication skills. Sometimes you don’t know but do a blunder. A great example that demonstrates the use of could. For permission, one needs to use could. Because of simple mistakes, one can be rejected. This man only did a small mistake and lost the opportunity. Only saying the word “can” in place of the word could, deprived him of a great opportunity. Let us have some more examples. Could you come and see me tomorrow? Who could forget his speech at last year’s party? I could just eat a little something. Could you serve this gentleman please, Miss Bath? I was ill and therefore could not come. I wish I could help you, but I can’t. Could you wear a mask? Could I have some more coffee? Before I could protest, I was handcuffed and was on my way to prison. Could you tell me the way to the port? Could I please have some water? Must read these important topics. Non-finite verb infinitive. Gerund verb. Participle grammar. Model verb. Use of could. Would. Should. May and might. Must. Used to. Transitive and intransitive verb. Primary verb. Regular and irregular verb. Will and shall. Use of other, others, and another.
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January 24, 2021
Model verb (Can) by Alok Pandey
Why model verb is used. In English, there are varieties of rules and verbs. Each verb except the Model auxiliary verb appears with a specific sense. Those demonstrate a definite event. But here the word “model” (Model auxiliary verb) plays a vital role. When a speaker wants to reveal his or her mood. Nobody knows what will he say. It depends on his mood, and he reveals accordingly. Definition of a model verb. So, the definition of a model verb is obvious now. Thus the model verb is used to reveal the mood of the speaker. Hence after a model verb, the base form of the verb appears. Furthermore, taking the series of the topic ahead. I would like to insist you to read all the verb in details. For all the series kindly follow these links. What is a verb Non-finite verb Gerund verb Participle grammar. And now we are in finite verb grammar category. As demonstrated in the chart below. We will learn all the verb respectively. So, in the graph, the use of can appeared in a different context. And hence it is obvious to say, we use it to show (ability, capacity, offer, habit, and nature). Some more examples: I can speak English fluently. A scientist can invent the Coronavirus vaccine. Australia’s team can not defeat the Indian team. Amazon can give a 20% offer on winter clothes. Indian team can score more than 300 in one day match. A hit-mat can shoot him. Some other meaning of Can. noun Can (CONTAINER) a closed metal container, especially cylinder-shaped, in which some types of drink and food are sold: a can of soup/beans. Can noun (HEADPHONES) : I was wearing cans so I didn’t hear anything. verb Can /kæn/:To put food and drink into a closed metal container without air: He works in a factory where they can fruit. noun Can (PRISON): He spent ten years in the can for armed robbery. Can noun (TOILET) :the can US – toilet verb Can /kæn/: To remove someone from their job: Many people were canned from the job while pandemic. verb Can /kæn/ (stop): To stop doing something or making noise: Hey, can it, would you? I’m trying to sleep. Must read these important topics. Non-finite verb infinitive. Gerund verb. Participle grammar. Model verb. Use of could. Would. Should. May and might. Must. Used to. Transitive and intransitive verb. Primary verb. Regular and irregular verb. Will and shall. Use of other, others, and another.
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January 24, 2021
What is a participle (present, past, and future) by Alok Pandey
What is participle In short, A form of a verb, often ending in “-ed” or “-ing” and comes with auxiliary verbs to make verb tenses or to form adjectives. Therefore, in this article, we will learn about the non-finite verb, participle. To clarify, It is a series of a verb, where we have learned. What is a Verb? Non-finite verb-infinitive: Gerund verb. So, taking this series further, today we will learn about participle. Present participle. Therefore, Putting a very precise definition to make it easy. It is a verb form 4 (-ing) that acts as an adjective. The verb form -ing also comes in other different roles. Those all roles I have already discussed in detail on verb topic. So, here we will learn about the verb form 4 (-ing). That appears as an adjective. For example, You should not disturb a sleeping cat. There is an amusing story in this book. The kettle is full of boiling milk. Above all, the words sleeping, amusing, and boiling appeared before a noun. So, these words are saying something about a noun. These words are playing a role as an adjective. Hence it is called the present participle. For example, This is an interesting book. It was a terrifying story. The setting sun view was spectacular. The chattering monkey ran away. The melting snow made the roads slushy. Remarks:- If helping “be” verb (is, am, are, was, were) comes before the verb form -ing. The -ing form identity is a continuous or main verb. If the verb form -ing comes in place of a noun (subject or object). It becomes gerund. Past participle. As present participle -ing form appears as a gerund, continuous, and participle “adjective”. Likewise, the past participle verb form -3 comprises two structures. When it comes after helping verb, it forms perfect tense. But when it appears before a noun. It is called past participle “adjective“. So, in all the formation, we learned that the identity (parts of speech) of a word we can only decide as per the position of the words. For some example, to know it the best. The injured boy was taken to the hospital. The lost treasure was discovered. The fallen leaves were blown away by the storm. So, here the word verb form -3 injured, lost, and fallen has appeared before a noun. Meanwhile, these all words are in the role of an adjective. So these all are the past participle “adjective“. For some example, They are married couples. The company is hiring experienced employees. I met with a sad boy. We are waiting for the predicted weather. He wears ironed clothes. Perfect participle. Therefore, adding the word “having” with past participle “verb form-3”. The perfect participle is formed. So, It says about a complete action. When a person does two works, and the second work starts after completion of the first work. To form that structure we use perfect participle. For some example, to know it the best. Having reached home I ate food. Having finished the report he informed his manager. He took a bath Having cooked food. So, the verb form -3 added with having, having reached, having finished, and having cooked. Thus, these all are perfect participles. That is to say, after composing this participle lesson, the non-finite series is completed. Thus, in the next topic, we will learn the most significant part of the verb, finite verb. Must read these topics. Non-finite verb infinitive. Gerund verb. Participle grammar. Model verb. Use of could. Would. Should. May and might. Must. Used to. Transitive and intransitive verb. Primary verb. Regular and irregular verb. Will and shall. Use of other, others, and another.
13:45
January 23, 2021
How to speak English without hesitation by Alok Pandey
Obviously, hesitation plays the role of an obstacle. Hesitation means a delay due to uncertainty of mind or fear, or a state of doubt. Why does the doubt prompt in the minds. Because of lack of knowledge. But it has been noticed that somebody with the same caliber can crack the interview and in contrast, others can’t. Thus this question arises that How to Speak English without hesitation. Get rid of hesitation to speak English. As a batsman can not hit for six or four-runs, he begins with realizing the ball first. Then he takes a few balls on the bat to be more confident. Gradually his intuition gets stronger and then he hits for 1-2 runs. By passage the of time he starts hitting for four and then six. Similarly, when one begins to learn to speak English, and after a period of time, he commands on the vocabularies and structure to built sentences. One of the best ways after learning the essential elements of English is to read a book or newspapers loudly. Reading to eradicate the hesitation As we know that due to uncertainty of mind or fear, or a state of doubt, we invite hesitation. Here we are elaborating on the elements of hesitation in speaking English. When we read a book loudly, it flourishes the instinct to bring out the English sound from the mouth. The action is the same as we speak English fluently, But here we are watching and reading. In this repeated practice our tongue and mouth become used to making the English sound. How does it work to speak English without hesitation? Even knowing English many speakers do not feel comfortable speaking in English. The main cause behind the seen is that their mouth is not used to producing English sounds. Hence reading loudly means you are setting harmony of your vocal to produce a new sound called English. How does it impact? You must have heard about the yoga headstand. You can not do it at once. One need to take the support of a wall initially. Latter on your body becomes used to standing without any support.
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January 23, 2021
How does he practice and speaking With Alok Pandey
How does a security guard from Bangladesh 🇧🇩 learn English? A great discussion with Alok Pandey.
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January 22, 2021
Non-finite verb infinitive by Alok Pandey
The infinitive is a part of a non-finite verb. It doesn't change its form, generally, it appears with "to", like to go, to do, to come etc...
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January 21, 2021
How to understand a native speaker By Alok Pandey
Why don't we understand if a native speaker 📣 speaks? This is a common question that I confront by many new learners or someone by the intermediate level speaker. Listen to the reason suggested by "online English spoken teacher", Alok Pandey.
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January 21, 2021
A structural survey of form – ing (v4). By Alok Pandey
A structural survey of form – ing (v4). While writing or reading verb form 4 (ing) comes in different roles, so it is significant to understand. We will understand all v4 different roles today. Role-1: As a finite, if verb form-4 is followed by helping verb “be” (if helping verb “be” comes before verb form-4). The role of the -ing form is as a main verb. Like: I am going. John is playing cricket. They were watching TV We were sleeping. I was waiting for you. So in the above sentences, going, playing, watching, sleeping, and waiting are verb. Role-2: As a gerund (non-finite), when a verb form-4 is used as a subject or an object. It is called a gerund. Like: Walking is good for your health. She likes dancing. Smoking is injurious to health Writing is an exchange of ideas. I love reading. In the above sentences, walking, dancing, smoking, writing, and reading are gerund. Role-3: As an adjective also called present participle (non-finite), when verb form-4 is used as an adjective in a sentence. It is called a present participle. Like: I saw a playing boy. I read a piece of interesting news. The barking dog was calm today. It was a very tiring day at the workplace. In the above sentences, playing, interesting, barking, and tiring are adjectives. Since these verbs are saying something about the noun.
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January 16, 2021
What is a Verb? An introduction by Alok Pandey
A verb, from the Latin “verbum” meaning word, is a word of (part of speech): It shows state “he is sleeping”. This shows an action ” he reads loudly”. Shows possession “I have a pen”. Shows happening “it is raining”. So the verb is only the word in a sentence that is changed, but any other parts of speech remain the same. Kinds of verbs. Non-finite (/ˌnɑːnˈfaɪ.naɪt/) Finite (/ˈfaɪ.naɪt/) Here are the chat of all verbs to understand easily.
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January 16, 2021
How to learn to speak English quickly By Alok Pandey
Here you will learn- how to learn to speak English quickly. I have spent more than 10 years in the quest of learning English communication skills. How to learn to speak English quickly. When we desire to learn it, the first obstacle that strikes the mind is which grammar structure or component we need to learn. Nowadays there is an abundance of suggestions and advice available on social media “How to learn to speak English quickly”, but to find the precise one makes us sceptical. So we are in dark in terms of what to follow and what not. When I became an online English spoken teacher and started teaching globally. After teaching for more than 3 years and having 10 years of the learning experience. So, I came to know that, it was very transparent to understand the steps to learn. It’s similar when we go to some destination first time and are completely unknown about its way. We are afraid of going astray, but once we reach. It becomes obvious and seems too easy. Here I am sharing experience-based information that is very transparent. We are in an attempt to learn a language “a system of communication consisting of sounds, words, and grammar“. It implies that a system that works as a medium to connect us while correlating our native language to an unknown language. So, which system we are discussing? Thus, here is the answer: Many people suggest that Grammar is not important to speak English. But, here I am addressing the system, which means grammar. Grammar is the method that gives the sense to interpret from one language to another. It doesn’t mean to be grammar centric. But there are many significant grammar rules that we need to learn. Giving some lists. Tense. Voice. Modal. Verb Vocabulary. Parts of speech is the main component to understand the English language. Verb:- It plays a vital role to switch the sentence among present, past, and future. It becomes sometimes noun some times adjectives and so on. We don’t need to keep dwelling on these rules. The steps should be to learn and use. Not speaking is the only mistake, that we commit. Whatever structure we learn, use it, or speak it. Follow the right direction. Once you decided to stick with it. Make your priority, write small-small general sentences and speak it. Learn to speak general daily usage or the situation that revolves around you. Never attempt to learn the things that we hardly use. Have patience. While practising you may make mistakes or sentences will not come out of the mouth. Your work is to put in the effort, many learners start and surrender soon. It’s time taking process hence making haste is the incorrect option. Once you learn to frame the sentence, speak small-small topics. Start listening. Listening plays a vital role to learn a language. It should be at least 2-4 hours daily. Listening to a podcasts is one of the boons for the English language learner. Whenever you are idle, sitting, walking, or traveling keep on listening.After 3-4 weeks, you will be able to understand whatever you are listening to. There would be many unknown vocabularies while listening, learn it. Doing so you will be improving your vocabulary power. During these processes start talking with some other learner. There is plenty of Facebook group full of a learner. Interact with the learner. It will boost your confidence ability. While these all steps you will come across many mistakes or embarrassment, but your work is to improve it, not to mute yourself. At this stage, many learners give up. With the 4-5 months of continuous efforts, you will realize that flow is gradually increasing, at this stage you are able to reveal your thought in English, spontaneously. Reaping the same process start learning the correct pronunciation of each word. To make it happen follow the Cambridge dictionary that is available online for free. Once you achieve this level, the next challenge is to maintain it. It’s a language hence it needs regular practice.
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January 16, 2021
Linking verb | action verb by Alok Pandey
Linking verb plays a vital role to compose precise and persuasive points. When I visit several grammar learner Facebook groups. Certainly, I spot many learners showering questions about active and passive voice. Many of them even answer with flaws. Hence the knowledge of linking verb or action verb is vital. How to spot a linking verb? Before understanding the attribute of a linking verb. We should understand its opponent that is an action verb. Knowing the action verbs make it easy to spot a linking verb. Action verb interprets what’s the subject of a sentence is doing. It expresses the physical and mental actions. Action verb helps readers to know the subject activity or efforts that yield the result. There are two types of action verbs, transitive and intransitive. John cooks food. in this sentence, a reader can spot easily the activity or action that John is putting to cook. Hence the word “cook” is an action verb. There are many but a few of the action verbs are here. Linking verb. Unlike action verbs, a linking verb only assists to know about the subject state. In other words, a linking verb describes the subject of a sentence. A linking verb is called a linking verb because it links the subject to a subject complement John is a good cook. In this sentence, a reader is getting the information about John, not the action or activity. Certainly the word “is” is a linking verb.  Linking verbs connect the subject to a predicate noun or a predicate adjective. The most common linking verbs are (am, is, are, was, were, has been, are being, might be, become, seem, appear, seem, stay, feel, look, smell, taste, grow remain, sound, turn, etc.). For examples, I am a teacher. She is a beautiful girl. They are players. That shirt was black. Those students were intelligent. He seems angry. It smells garlicky. The some time some of the linking verb may be an action verb. He appears sad. (linking) He appears all of sudden before me. (action)
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January 15, 2021
Use of the causative verb (have, let, make, get, and help) By Alok Pandey.
Knowing the causative verb is significant. Since an English learner is often starving to compose an intriguing pitch. To draft a persuasive point one needs to churn the significant English elements. The use of causative verbs is one of them. What does it mean by causative verb? If somebody causes something to happen, to constitute this sense in English, causative verbs (Let, make, have, get, and help) are used. In other words, somebody or something is indirectly responsible for a action. For example, Manager and an employee: Manager: Go and prepare this report. Employee: Yes sir. Hence the report is ready, certainly, the employee prepared the report. But the action took place for the sake of the manager’s requirement. Thus the manager is responsible to cause this action to happen. Use of the causative verb “let”. We use “let” causative verb to allow and permit someone to do something. Structure: Subject + let + object (person/thing) + verb base form. I let the students speak in their mother tongue. The manager let the employees join the meeting who came late. I let my child go outside to play. She is letting her child play while study time. The English teacher letting the students make mistake while Speaking in English. His manager didn’t let him go. Use of the causative verb “make”. We use make to force or require some one to do something. Structure: Subject + make + object (person/thing) + verb base form. The manager makes his employee prepare fifty reports daily. The teacher made the students read a page of the poem. Why don’t you make her cook breakfast? I make my son exercise daily in the morning. He makes his servant clean the whole house stuff. Use of the causative verb “have”. We use the causative verb “have”. If someone does something for you as you pay for it or you ask to do it. Structure:Subject + have +object (person) + verb base form. Subject + have +thing + past participle of verb. For some examples, I have my son complete a math exercise. I’m going to have my hair cut tomorrow. When did you have your hair cut? He had his haircut yesterday. Use of the causative verb “get”. We use causative verb “get”. If we persuade someone to do something or you like someone to do something for you. Structure:Subject + get +object (person) + infinitive. The manager gets assistant to prepare the reports. He got him to clean the room. The teacher got student to write an one page essay. I got a student to speak English an hour. She gets him to write an intriguing article. Use of the causative verb “help”. We use the causative verb “help”. If we help someone doing something. Structure:Subject + have +object (person) + verb base form. He helped me receive my certificate. I help him reach here. I help the teacher speak English. Teachers help students aggregate good marks. She helps her child solve the math question.
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January 13, 2021
Use of will and shall by Alok Pandey
With the changing trend, people are using will at each sense. But still use of shall exist in terms of formal 👔 English.
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January 11, 2021
Regular and irregular verb by Alok Pandey
Learning the verb categories and their elements makes us the confidence to render our knowledge and impart it to others precisely.
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January 10, 2021
To speak English, how many words we need to know? Listen to it by Alok Pandey
How many words, we need to learn? How many words a native speaker knows? In this podcast, these answers are imparted by Alok Pandey.
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January 9, 2021
Why does the American pronounce letter T as a D? Listen by Alok Pandey
In American accent letter, T becomes D. This is called flat T.
09:08
January 9, 2021
Advance your English skills listing these words, by Alok Pandey. Many people mistake without knowing
If you wish to upgrade your English Communication skills, you must know the usage of these words, narrated by Alok Pandey
12:15
January 9, 2021
What is natural learning? Listen to Alok Pandey conversation with a native speaker teacher tim.
Alok Pandey is discussing the natural learning..
11:38
January 8, 2021
Accent, pronunciation or fluency, listen to Alok Pandey (me) conversation.
Alok Pandey having a conversation about how to speak English fluently.
12:48
January 8, 2021
A live class, discussing with a learner.
How to enhance communication skills. I talk daily 50 minutes to students and share lessons. It booms fluency and confidence.
54:53
January 8, 2021
Eva, she is from Indonesia and English learner...
Listing to other students motivates to other learners.
07:15
January 8, 2021
Mr Sonu living in Canada but he is from India, listen to him about the English spoken learning...
We are keen to know how and why to learn to speak English? Listen to Sonu, what challenges doe he faces.
18:40
January 8, 2021
The Philippines English teacher wants to know, how to handle the students questions.
When we confront the student's questions. We freaked out. But how to answer them precisely?
13:37
January 8, 2021
The opinion of a Japan student and a native teacher...
How did a Japanese student learn to speak English and what is the suggestion of a native teacher about the English skills?
44:56
January 8, 2021
Lean to speak English with confidence
By listening to others, we relate ourselves and get the motivation to galvanise our knowledge.
47:45
January 7, 2021
20 advanced and Effective English words. Must learn it .
Since we all wish to talk and have a persuasive pitch. If so we need to learn something new that creates an engaging conversation. This lesson is available on my site http://learntospeakenglishfluently.com
57:24
January 7, 2021