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Jan 29

Importance of Grammar

Whether or not, Grammar is important for spoken English can be a topic of debate.  Some teachers feel that it is important because without grammar it is not possible to speak the language fluently, and the other group on the other hand follows the theory ‘Practice makes a man perfect’.... read more →

Jan 24

Necessity of Timely Feedback while learning Spoken English

It is important to give timely feedback because students need to be told how they're doing. Without feedback, you're walking blind; the student may accidentally reach his goal or may wander aimlessly through the dark, never reaching the destination.   Effective and timely feedback is important to help students progress... read more →

Jan 19

This is how I learnt English successfully in two months

Friends though English is not our native language yet we can always master it. First and foremost have faith in yourself. This way half the trouble leaves you rest your determination works.  The fast fluency SECRET of the world’s best English learners is to use the power of 80/20 to squeeze the... read more →

Dec 30

5 things to master to speak English fluently

To speak fluently n without any mistakes grammatically n literally is at times a challenge for many but not so difficult. Remember the more you practice the more you learn. There are many rules if you follow. To cut it short just follow five must rules: Memorize exceptions We know English... read more →

Dec 26

5 things I never knew I was doing wrong while speaking English

English isn't really our mother-tongue and it's totally not fair to expect us to know the ten thousand different rules and exceptions the language follows. But did you know that Indians actually beat the British in their expertise over English? Well, we clearly know how to use our words. Learning a new language... read more →

Aug 11

What Makes English Easy or Difficult to Learn?

English, with its irregular verbs and weird spellings, is believed to be a difficult language to learn. Silent alphabets, confusing verb forms and differences in British and American style of English create further complications. All of this is because it borrows from many languages. The past tense of sell is... read more →

Aug 09

Quiz: Has/Have

Let's begin with the basics. Both can be used to show possession and help in making the 'perfect tenses'. 'Had' is the past tense of 'has' as well as 'have'. Have: It is used with some pronouns and plural nouns. For example, We have a seminar at 1 p.m. I have a dog.... read more →

Aug 08

Each and Every

The quantifiers each and every are a kind of determiner. They have similar but not identical meanings. Each means “every one, regarded individually”. Every means “every one, regarded as a whole”. Sometimes, each and every have the same meaning: Fashion changes each year. Fashion changes every year. But often they are not exactly the same, as explained above. Hence, the correct answer is (b)... read more →

Aug 05

How to Learn English in 3 Months

Hello learners! I am Latika, a writer at Genlish. I am here to share grammar and other language -related tips and tricks with you, to simplify the process of learning English. Today I will be addressing a question almost all our students ask us: "How much time will it take... read more →