- English speakers around the world, do not understand each other easily.
English is a popular language in India, with most of the official work being done in English, most of the educated people know this language fluently. Even I used to consider myself fluent in English till I talked to someone outside India. While people at my work in India could easily understand me in English, my colleague in USA could not. I had to repeat several times and ask him to repeat before we could get the complete sentences. Soon I realized that I have to get rid of the regional accent and speak slowly to make him understand. I could not ask him the same but he realized and slowed down soon and we conversed happily there after :) . The lesson was that both of us had to come down to a common ground where we could understand each other easily. Imagine the whole world doing that ? Your parents from India go to Canada and at the immigration counter both understand each other without asking each other to repeat over and over again ? The problem was never that one party knows little or more English, it is all about how they sound, where they pause and if they are allowing the other party recognize the words at one go. The usual problem is to pronounce a very familiar word in such a way that it sounds alien and it makes the whole sentence unclear. Remember humans recognize the patterns, do a lot of approximation to understand something and not necessarily listen in very detail and break down every word and apply grammar to it (what we do while writing/reading ) . Hence every word we say has to sound familiar to other party.
- There are qualified people not able to make themselves a good candidate for a job.
Lately I have been taking interviews for my company.I am mostly looking at the problem solving and Java/Database skills but I must admit sometimes I have given preference to candidates who speak better. The communication skills does matter in day to day work. In the past I really had tough time speaking and dealing with colleagues who are excellent coders but can't complete a single sentence while discussing about some design or problem. Its painful when it takes several minutes to convey a single statement to others while working on tough deadlines. When working as a team you don't want to scratch your head to make someone come to the point. You also don't want spending all your day asking them to repeat and guess what he is trying to say. Not only me , I think a lot of recruiters now a days are making sure the candidate it able to communicate in a clear and concise manner, especially in telephonic rounds. I may sound biased but I am sorry, I want to increase productivity of team instead of wasting time understanding each other. Good programming skill non necessarily make you a valuable member of the team. English-2020 can just solve this problem if yours. You don't need to learn English all over again , you just have to listen carefully and try to say the words and sentences in the same way when you use them. You will be able to showcase your skills in a better way to interviewer. There are so many engineers and so many jobs but it does not impress me when one says "En-vee-ron-ments" while saying "Environments", "egg-nest" while saying "against" and "Fix-ed" while saying "Fixed"
- You don't need to learn difficult words to converse fluently in English
To be honest I learned English mostly from TV and Newspaper. I was in a school where the teaching medium was primarily in the regional language. Hence my vocabulary is very small and I realized that in day to day conversation I don't even have to know a lot of words for which I already know an alternate word. All one need to do is to pronounce the known words correctly so that it sounds familiar to others and understandable. English 2020 course is exactly does the same. It has about 2000 words that we already know and use daily but you will spot the difference why the other party always asks us "can you come again ? " or "I didn't get you" or "Pardon me" again and again when you try to say these words. Its just that we speak too fast without respecting the syllables. Some people are just in a hurry to finish the words. There no point in speaking long words from dictionary and sound something else. This product also has translations in Hindi, Bengali and Telugu to help the native speakers of these languages understand the English words used in case they are not familiar with them.
Quickly learn to say 2000 very useful sentences in English correctly. 20 Text + audio lessons covering 10 practical situations where you need to speak English. Simple and clear expressions with a combination of American and British English. No complicated grammar, no old-fashioned English and no slang or local dialects - only standard English that is understood all over the world. Topics covered are: Essential English for daily use with friends and neighbors, at school or workplace, in a restaurant, going shopping, meeting new people, making friends, etc. Two special lessons absolutely essential for travelers to foreign countries. The method used in organizing the content is Memory-Web-Association-Method for quickly absorbing and recalling useful information making it an efficient learning process. It is best suited for students 10 years old to any age, those who can read English and wish to practice speaking English on their own. The level is beginner to intermediate.
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