English is a funnnny language; no doubt.
Do you know how many people in the World speak English?
Out of the world’s approximately 7.5 billion inhabitants, 1.5 billion speak English — that’s 20% of the Earth’s population. So this funnnny language is spoken by a whopping 20% of the world’s population.
Isn’t that not big enough to take its centrally important role in most of the people’s life around the world?
However, most of those people aren’t native English speakers. About 360 million people speak English as their first language.
Rest are non-native English speakers.
I don’t know if you can walk English, Eat English or sleep English but if you don’t know how to write and speak this “angrezo” की language in India, you have the grimmest of chances being successful, at least in the Indian job market.
I had started a group on Facebook called Reader’s Paradise, with an objective to help people understand the merits of being a good reader. There are about 3.6k members and increasing, in that group now.
I am going a step further in this cause to contribute a little more by helping you (mind it, not all. Not for those who know this language really well or even those who know mildly good enough to transact. They can ignore.) learn this language.
#TargetAudience : Beginners in English language. All others who find it useful but know English, I am not forbidding them to use these tips. They can.
#101TipsToLearnEnglishLanguage is what I am going to start, as a post, with one tip everyday at 8:00 am and a repeat post at 9:00 pm IST, everyday.
The tips might appear simple enough to be ignored, but if you read every tip atleast thrice, slowly and loudly, uttering every word and then work on that tip, diligently, you would for sure, see the improvement, you wish to bring.
#Disclaimer: These 101 tips are a work of rigorous research and help has been taken from the already existing similar work.