English For Professionals

Archana Parmar

Components of non-verbal Communication: Paralanguage

The study of non-verbal Communication is divided into three main areas. Paralanguage- the way we say what we say. Kinesics- body language and facial expression. Proxemics- how the physical space is used. The study of Paralanguage focuses on the way we say what we say. Two identical verbal messages may communicate different meanings altogether, depending …

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Impromptu Speaking- a skill to learn

What is impromptu speaking? Impromptu speaking is giving an unprepared talk. The typical characteristic of this form of speech is the unprepared delivery and the suddenness with which a person is confronted with a speech situation.  Impromptu speaking is often conducted at those times when a person is called upon without warning ―to say a …

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How to use dictionary and make friends with words

                                            Making friends with words! Since a language is made up of thousands of individual words, it must be important to know about those words, and know in detail. The moment we meet a new word (it’s meaning), we think of a dictionary. Dictionary is not just a guide full of words with their meanings. …

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Are you Suffering from Mute English?

Mute English Let’s talk about some moments that can make or break your impression especially the first one. You have been waiting for this moment! You are supposed to introduce a new idea/product to your audience. Excitement!!! You are called by your manager to discuss the appraisals forms. This is the interview, you’ve been preparing …

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How to learn the rhythm of English Language

Whether we like it or not, people who articulate well, both privately and in front of a group, are generally perceived to be more intelligent and possess greater leadership qualities. -Zig Ziglar English is a language of rhythm where the speaker alternates between stressed and unstressed words at regular intervals, with the stresses falling within …

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Hello World!

Hi there, Welcome to my virtual home/ workspace. Let me call it a work from home set up. What would you like to have? That’s one of my favourite questions whenever I have people visiting my place. At this particular moment, I can’t really have a cup of coffee with you so your coffee is …

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