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Chat@3: How to speak correct English

Last updated on: June 24, 2014 12:46 IST

Chat@3: How to speak correct English

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Andrew Brown, programme director, Kings Learning will host the chat on Wednesday, June 25 between 3 pm and 4 pm.

Most of us don't realise that we are merely translating words and sentences from a local language to English, which is why most of our sentences sound incorrect to the rest of the world.

Please read: 10 classic Indianisms that are just so wrong!

To help you get your sentences right, Andrew Brown of Kings Learning, a Bangalore-based spoken English training institute will be your quizmaster on Wednesday, June 25, between 3 pm and 4 pm and test your English language skills LIVE!

Participate in this quiz and find out just where you're going wrong.

Click here to login and participate in the chat!

About Andrew Brown

Andrew Brown completed his graduation in politics, philosophy and economics from Oxford University.

He holds a Diploma in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) and has an MA in TEFL from the University of Kent at Canterbury, and an MA in Education Marketing from Birmingham City University.

He has worked as a teacher, course administrator and also trained teachers in the UK, various countries across Europe, Russia, Indonesia, China, the Middle East -- and now India!

For many years he ran his own school in Oxford, with his wife, business partner and colleague Caroline, but now works on targeted projects around the world, and is passionate about making an impact in everything he does.

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(Due to circumstances beyond our control, date and time of chat may change)


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