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Ushas Chattopadhyay
Ushas is an ESL teacher, trainer, and content developer. He provides consulting services for English language learning projects. He is a Social eye to the society...
Ushas is an ESL teacher, trainer, and content developer. He provides consulting services for English language learning projects. He is a Social eye to the society...

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Questions you must ask to yourself, to become a Successful Manager/Leader
Should I Become a Manager? If you are considering a management role, there are these questions you must
ask yourself and discuss with at least one trusted advisor: 1. "Why do I want to be a manager?" People often want to be managers because they want to: -T...

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Christmas Traditions for English Learners…
Christmas is one of the most important holidays in the English speaking
world. There are many Christmas traditions in these countries. The traditions
are both religious and secular in nature. Here is a short guide to the most
common Christmas traditions. Wh...

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Identifying Your Values for Success…
Values exist, whether you recognize them or not. Life can be much easier
when you acknowledge your values – and when you make plans and decisions that
honour them. Your values are the things that you believe are important in the way you live and
work. They ...

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Once upon a time, there used to be a jungle where king Lion,
and all the other animals were live happily. Few many years, the food system
that jungle follow, has been corrupted due to unknown reason.   One fine evening the king announced that he
and every o...

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Speech Skills And Terminologies…
Speech Terminologies… This list of speech skills and terminology is part of the Speak for Success
Course, a series of six speech lessons designed to help you shape up your
speech so you will sound more professional . Many of us have mastered the business lo...

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Problem of Active Listening
Lesson 6 Speech
Skill: Listening The Speech Problem Assuming that you truly want to communicate with others, listening is the
most important speech skill of all. Unfortunately, it’s also the speech skill
that is practiced the least. Remember the joke about ...

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Buzzwords & Slang
Lesson 5 Speech Skill: Slang (Colloquial) The Speech Problem We live in a world littered with acronyms, buzzwords and slang speech. Right
now, for instance, people are leveraging everything all over the place. A
friend recently told me that she’d leveraged ...

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Problem of Pace
Lesson 4 Speech Skill: Pace The Speech Problem Speaking too quickly is one of the most common speech problems – perhaps because almost all of us tend to speed up our speech when we’re
stressed or excited. And when are we not stressed when we’re working? Mak...

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Pep Up Your Voice
Lesson 3 Speech Skill: Expression The Speech Problem Speaking
in a monotonous voice is a real communication killer. When the variety of your
voice’s pitch doesn’t vary, it’s impossible for your listener to maintain any interest in what you’re saying. He

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Problem of Fillers
Lesson 2 Speech Skill: Clarity The
Speech Problem If sloppy
enunciation is one of the most irritating speech habits, using excessive
fillers while you speak is the most irritating speech habit. Fillers
range from repetitious sounds, such as “uh”, “um” and t...
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