Essay on EFFECTIVE ENGLISH – HOW TO WRITE RIGHT

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EFFECTIVE ENGLISH – HOW TO WRITE RIGHT It is said of eminent writer and Nobel laureate Ernest Hemingway that he had never sent his readers to dictionary! So easy and lucid his language was. So, what one must do to write right? Which English is fine, British or American, highly educated or moderately educated, English professors’ or writers’? The answer to this question lies with a totally different professionals called, Journalist. Unlike the others, journalism warrants its practitioners to use minimum wordage, with ease, grace, perfection, punctuation, right words and rather stylish. For this purpose, special curriculum is there to shape them up. Simple, tight and concise is what appeals to all. The following example helps one to be short and sweet. Unnecessary phrase in practice  Recommended tight form Actual fact  Fact Close proximity Proximity Dead body Body Entirely unique Unique Finished up Finished First of all First Future plans Plans In a dying condition Dying In spite of the fact In spite of (or) Despite In the mean time Meanwhile Lift up Lift New Innovation Innovation None of all None Old aged Aged Old tradition of the past Tradition Past history History Seem to be Seem The sum of Rs.50 Rs. 50 The year of 2013 2013 He...
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Essay Writing Topics on ENHANCING PUBLIC SPEAKING SKILL

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ENHANCING PUBLIC SPEAKING SKILL “On speech making,” said the 32nd President of USA, Franklin D. Roosevelt, “Be sincere; be brief; be seated.” But it is only like the tip of an ice berg. There is more to it. Some are gifted with this skill. But that does not mean the others would not be good at it. Swami Vivekananda (actual name, Narendra Dutta) had made a historical speech on epic proportion in Chicago that electrified the audience there and made them sit glued to their seats, nearly hypnotized by his speech! Nowadays, there are many avenues to get trained in public speaking, yet, it requires practice. Read an editorial in the newspapers or magazine, observe what is told and try to interpret it on your own. Stand before the mirror and repeat, twice, or thrice, till you can project it better. However, as a first thing, overcome the shyness and brace yourself, be it a conference or an interview or speaking to an individual. Understand the topic well, gather all the background information about it, with facts and figures, mentally summarize them in chronological order, or jot down the main points, induct a little humour if possible, keeping in mind the time allocated for you. Some percentage of what...
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