“What’s your good name?”
“We’ll revert back to you soon.”
“The meeting has been preponed.”
English is a challenging language even for native speakers, thanks to its confusing rules and exceptions. Moreover, some of us Indians tend to think in our mother tongue and then translate our thoughts to English, resulting in a number of common mistakes like the ones above. Language-related slip-ups can result in some hilarious as well as embarrassing moments. Many are mortified at the very thought of interacting in English for the fear of being ridiculed.
To grow and be successful it is essential to acquire a formidable grasp over English. Whether you wish to obtain high scores in academics, excel in your career or expand your social circle, acquiring proficiency in English is a plus. In How Not to Speak English, the author addresses the key issues in day-to-day English usage. Learn how to:
- Train your brain to think in English
- Develop the confidence to speak fluently
- Express your ideas effectively