Practical Usage of English

After writ­ing more than 200 arti­cles on this blog, and after read­ing through some of the sug­ges­tions, com­ments given by our read­ers, we have decided to start a new sec­tion in our web­site that will help the read­ers in using Eng­lish lan­guage practically.

We want to name the new sec­tion in our web­site as “Prac­ti­cal Eng­lish”. The arti­cles in this sec­tion will give a glimpse about what kind of vocab­u­lary has to be used at dif­fer­ent places and objects that we encounter/use in our day-to-day life like hotels, air­ports, rail­way book­ing, the­aters, credit cards etc. This sec­tion will help the read­ers to know the basic ter­mi­nol­ogy used in those places.

Pat­tern of the article:

  • Intro­duc­tion
  • Vocab­u­lary
  • Sam­ple Conversation

We hope this sec­tion will help you in improv­ing your Eng­lish lan­guage skills.

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4 Responses to “Practical Usage of English”

  1. Joseph Bolin says:

    I’m the fol­low­ing to see the right com­ments! Err, this site won’t fill prop­erly upon my Ipad.

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