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mbarek Akaddar

EnglishTestStore - Test English Online and Download Free Tests - 12 views

    All Skills, All Levels: Grammar, Listening, Reading, Vocabulary, TOEFL, TOEIC, GRE, GMAT, SAT, English For Grades 6-12. Download all more than 4,500 quizzes and 60,000 questions
Clif Mims

PaperRater - 7 views

    Pre-Grade Your Paper: Free Online Grammar Checker, Proofreader, and More " is a free resource, developed and maintained by linguistics professionals and graduate students. is used by schools and universities in over 46 countries to help students improve their writing. combines the power of natural language processing (NLP), artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, information retrieval (IR), computational linguistics, data mining, and advanced pattern matching (APM). We offer the most powerful writing tool available on the internet today."

The Talk Room - 0 views

    Check the rules for the choice of topic and other criteria here. 1. Any student, young professional or employee, aged between 13 to 30 years of age is eligible to participate. 2. The Topics chosen must be non-political in nature, avoiding any use of vulgar slangs or any kind of offensive language. 3. The Content must be intriguing, preferably relevant to the current scenarios in the world or the society at large and must be spoken from a neutral point of view, backed by facts and statistics instead of mere opinions. 4. A time slot of maximum 9 minutes is available for each speaker. 5. A panel of 3 judges will be adjudging the participants based on the following criteria- Content, Expression, Body Language and Grammar. 6. In the Second Round, the selected candidates will be required to visit the main office for their video to be shot while speaking. 7. The best out of the selected participants will be chosen based on the engagement received on their respective videos, in addition to the aforementioned criteria. 8. The Best Speaker will be awarded. The candidates selected in the second round also get a chance to work with the entire Let's Talk team for future events and projects. Break a leg! For any queries, contact- 7409468668 You may also drop a mail at-

Brilliant Ways to Develop Your Communication Skills - 1 views

    People who speak English often feel that their language skills are not perfect. Very few people can claim to have a very good command over the language and this becomes very prominent when they have to communicate in English. They feel that their communication skills are not as good as they should be, especially if they are communicating with foreigners. However, it is important to understand that in order to improve your communication skills, you need to take active steps towards it. It does not happen by itself and you will have to put in some effort before you can reach the level of fluency that you want. Good communication skills are very important in life, not just for students but also for teachers, managers and corporate professionals. It is a fact that people who can speak English well have more opportunities than people who do not have this skill. While there are many ways in which you can improve your language skills, we offer you some excellent tips that can help here: Make an effort to learn new words every day and use them One of the most effective ways of improving your English language skills is to make an effort to learn new words every day and use them whenever you get a chance. Reading The number one rule is to read as much as possible! Reading books, magazines, news articles, or even blogs can help you learn new vocabulary and take in new information. It will also help you with your grammar. You could get some audiobooks, so you can listen while you are doing other things like commuting, exercising etc. Watching movies and shows Watching movies and TV shows is another excellent way to learn English. Most movies have subtitles that display the text on the screen at the same time as it is spoken. Start out with a few movies or shows in your native language (with English subtitles). As your skills improve, try watching them with English subtitles first, then eventually turn off the subtitles altogether. This will help you get better at underst
Kre Rad

Quia - English - 0 views

Teresa Pombo

Interactive Whiteboard Resources: Literacy, Key Stage 3 - Topmarks Education - 7 views

    "Literacy - Key Stage 3 (11-14 year olds)"

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