communication skills

By theamittomar-8468 theamittomar-8468 Points: 30 | Level: Starter | Status: [Member]
Posted on: 1/13/2011 6:01:42 AM | Views: 2983 | Points: 30
my communication skills are not good.i am not to speak fluent english.sometime i feel feared,may be this problem can destroy my future.
Is it very imporant to have good command on english.Currently i am student.i just wanted to know will english can stop me to go further

Rajesh's Advice on Thursday, January 13, 2011 :
Yes, good command over English is very important for for your career advancement.  But all is not lost.  You don't have to be a master of the language.  You just need to be comfortable with it to express your thoughts and opinions.

Here are some of the few ways you can improve your written and oral communication
- Read simple novels  (as it has day to day conversation, this is the best way to start)
- Book - Word power made easy by Norman or 30 Days to a Powerful Vocabulary (This will improve your vocabulary multifold)
- Read daily newspapers (dedicate some time, say 30 minutes for this)

There are many audio courses also available.  You can google for them.  They are pretty useful as well.  Its better to do something to improve the language rather than doing nothing.

Kev Nairs  is very renowed for this.  You may give this a try as well.

And the last and the most important "SPEAK".  Speak in English with your friends, family members and as and when you get opportunity.  Don't worry if you make mistakes as mistakes are part of life.  Improve from it.  If you consistently follow this within 3 to 6 months you will see improvement in your language.

NOTE: Remember one thing.  No time is wasted other than the time you haven't spent trying to improve something.  So start now :)

All the best.

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