Monday, March 07, 2016

Lesson 123: Sipping tea, you can learn English

For many years, this website has been helping English learners how to get a grasp of the language.

We provide free lessons for different situations to students.

The aim is that you get the knowledge and confidence to speak English.

The catch line of Engspeak.Net is 'Sipping tea, you can learn English'. In Hindustani, it is 'Chai peete peete, Angrezi seekhein'.

It is not tough at all. You just need to go through the lessons and the exercises--each and every lesson on this website and the methods told to learn English.

We assure you that there is no way, your language--spoken English skills won't improve.

Start with the lesson, 'How to speak English'. Next, go to other lessons, one by one.

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Monday, September 09, 2013

Lesson 122: Talking about your vehicle and changing its wheel

We have been posting lessons so that you learn how to speak in different circumstances. This lesson is about an imaginary conversation when your find that your car wheel is flat.

Hope these sample lessons will enhance your vocabulary, increase your confidence and will also give you an understanding that how you can speak in all situations.

Now go through the conversation below:

Bunty: I am getting late for my class.
Shawn: I will take you. Don't worry.

Bunty: Will you drop me to the bus stop?
Shawn:That's not a big deal. I will surely do that.

Bunty: Thanks, that would be great.
Shawn: Oh my god, it seems we have a flat tyre at the back.

Bunty: Damn it. I knew I won't make it today.
Shawn: Yeah, I know there is a trouble. But give me just five minutes.

Bunty: What can you do?
Shawn: Man, I have the spare wheel. I will drop you down to your school, not the bus stop.

Bunty: Buddy, let me help you. Will together change this rear wheel. What can I do now?
Shawn: Please help me jack up the car and open the tool box. Together we will do it in minutes.

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Spoken English Lesson 121: Conversation at a General Store

Now we're again back to the lessons. Here is a sample conversation of a situation where you are at a shop or general store to buy goods. Just have a look at the language used here and you would realise that it's quite easy for you to learn.

Store owner: What do you want Sir
Amir: Have you got the cooking oil?

Store owner: Sure sir, shall I give you the same brand you too last month
Amir: My wife prefers Sunlight brand. If you have it, give me two packs of 250 mg.

Store owner: Its ready. You want anything else?
Amir: Give me one kg rice and a bottle of honey. That's it.

Store owner: Sir, your things are ready.
Amir: Please put them in a carry bag.

Store owner: I have already got them packed. Here is your bill.
Amir (dishing out Rs 500 note): I am sorry, I don't have a smaller note.

Store owner: No problem. Your balance here (returns).
Amir: Thanks.

Sunday, March 10, 2013

Lesson 120: Inviting friends for tea or dinner

Just a sample conversation for you to understand how people talk when a neighbouring couple visits another family. 

There is social talk and basic conversation over lunch or dinner. I am sure that after going through the earlier posts, you have learnt a lot.

And that you will be able to communicate better the next time, there are visitors at your doorstep. Confidence remains the key. Be natural and speak fearlessly. 

Amit: Hi Shabana, how are you Javed...
Javed: Great to see you guys. Glad that both of you have come...finally. 

Amit: Manisha, come...see who has graced our house.
Manisha: Wow. Real surprise. That day only I told him to ask you over to tea.

Amit: But where is the little one?
Shabana: He is at his grandfathers' place. Next time may be...

Amit: Our kiddo is also not around. Hope they will have fun together next time.
Javed: Where is little Neel? 

Amit: Sports camp. So he comes back in the evening. 
Javed: That's nice. Physical exercise is always much better than watching TV or those video games.

Manisha: I wish we'd invited you earlier. 
Shabana: We too were wanting to see you since we met at the wedding. 

Amit: Pass him the fried chicken plate
Shabana: Its yummy. You made all that just now?

Manisha: I am sure you make better biryani. 
Shabana: For that I need you guys to come over and soon. 

Amit: Sure. 
Javed: The food was amazing.

Manisha: The coffee is ready. Have some biscuits!
Javed: I'll just have coffee. Nothing else. I'm afraid I'm full.