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English Window to the World

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English Window to the World

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The 21st century has witnessed a revolution in the use of Mobile phones, Emails and Internet. It has ushered in a new world where English communication has become a necessity to stand out in the world of competition. In today's society, life becomes very difficult for anyone who is not comfortable conversing in English. In today's world, where we are living in a cutthroat competition, it is very embarrassing not to speak English when it is most needed and it is equally disheartening when failure embraces us, in whatever form, because of that one simple reason.

On the professional front also, the personality of a job seeker is not merely measured by virtue of his IQ. Instead it is measured on the basis of his effective communication. So here the importance of acquiring proper English learning & communication skills comes in picture. Simply putting, it is the the official language of air transport and shipping; the leading language of science, technology, computers, and commerce; and a major medium of education, publishing,international negotiation & business management of the world & as a consequence of, which over a billion people speak English to at least a basic level. Because of this reason, it has often been referred to as a "World language", the lingua franca of the modern era. We must make the best use of it to develop ourselves culturally and materially so that we can compete with the best in the world of mind and matter. Simply put, English language is our window to the world.

Learning English is a skill which you can improve by yourself! The young learners nowadays have to impart skills to merge into a dynamic society where knowledge, culture, technology and attitude are changing at an alarming speed. English can be difficult sometimes or confusing! Should you choose British English or American English? Perhaps you find English spelling rules, irregular verbs, and phrasal verbs confusing. Also, its working knowledge has become a requirement in a...