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    Learning English is familiar topics worldwide and without English, we can’t think our global citizenship in this global village.It’s not possible to show you a way of English competency in an Article for Online Learning because it’s distance learning system. But you can know the basic idea of learning English for communication in this article on US Culture Basis. I strongly recommend you to follow this guideline step by step. Overlooking or skipping any step is not ideal for Learning.



    Let’s point out our steps. You are requested to join in the Google+ comment box for discussion.




    Step#1. Improve your presentation skill with a system plan


    1) Greet the people. Say hi everyone, hello everyone, good morning, or good afternoon.
    2) Here’s something to say: For those of you who don’t know me, my name is _____ Or say I’m _____
    3) Next, say what your title or position is: say what you do.
    I’m a _____ I _____
    If you want to tell everyone what department you’re in.
    And I’m in _____ I work in _____ the _____
    4) Thank everyone for attending.
    I would like to thank everyone for being here. I want to thank all of you for taking time out of your day to be here.
    5) State the topic.
    So let’s get started. I’m going to tell you about _____ Today, I’m going to present _____ I’m going to talk about _____
    Suggestion: Consider how you’re going to start your presentation. Start with the biggest and most important information.
    • What is the main purpose of the new system, plan, or services you are talking about?
    • What is the most important reason for this change, addition, or new method?


    Step#2. Keep in mind that listening skills are speaking!


    Have you ever thought that listening skills can speak? If you have, your thinking is right. Listening skills are speaking skills.


    When we converse, we receive a kind of confirmation that someone is listening, not just hearing, by way of slight head movements, may be, slight head nodding, and subtle or sometimes more obvious facial expressions. Then there are words and phrases like “right” and “I know what you mean”. But the facial expression that tells us someone is listening is what we more often do not notice until it’s not there.


    And if someone is not letting me know that they are listening in a way that we, in the English-speaking world, are accustomed to, then I can only imagine that the same occurs with colleagues in business or professional conversations. That can have a negative effect because a person’s colleagues are likely not given to understanding this as something that is possibly cultural. It would likely come across as a personal trait. But, maybe, not everyone is accustomed to the same type of backchanneling. This calls to mind the idea of active listening skills training.


    So it’s time to say Language and communication are cultures. Speaking and listening are cultures.


    Step#3. Communication Speaking Skills English
    Now I am going to some you some important pdf article.These are made from the experience of client management. Download and read them on any device such as your phone, tablet, iPad, or computer. Or you can just read them the traditional way: Download them, and print them. Do whatever works best for you. And remember when you speak English, especially in an English-speaking country, you’re speaking a culture.


    – that is to say English-speaking culture. 8 Greatest Business Presentation Tips


    Business Professional Practice English
    1. Confident Sentence Starters – Come across as a confident communicator. Confident sentence starters are the way to stronger business communication competency. Build communication strength, and speak with impact.
    2. Disagree Agree - Find the right words or the right phrase to say what you want to say. Silence is agreement. What do you do when you do not agree with something at a meeting? Do you remain silent? Do you speak to a colleague, the project manager, or director after the meeting? The time to speak up is during the meeting, not after the meeting.
    What is specific language? Here’s an example of specific language. PM Language Check Status


    Communication Skills Development Articles
    1. Proactive Assertive and Tactful  – You need to communicate, and you can’t keep quiet if you’ve got something to say. Your contributions are valuable, and the manager wants to hear what you’ve got to say. Be proactive, assertive, and tactful.
    2. Accent on the next slide – Put the accent on the next slide. How do you get to the next slide? When it’s time for your presentation, you’ll need more than accent reduction to get to the next slide. What words take you to the next slide?
    3. Simple and to the point – Practice keeping communication simple and to the point. Here are a few easy-to-follow outlines to guide you in your practice. Get to the point, and do not add more than is necessary.
    4. Accent on the hourglass - Think of what you want to communicate as going through an hourglass. Pour the big and important parts in first, and let the important details filter through to the bottom. Start at the top, not the bottom or the middle.



    Communication Coaching and Language Training Articles
    Working with tone, expression, and speech projection
    There’s more than one way to achieve better communication. These documents outline and highlight just a few ways of going about this. Everyone is different, and everyone requires a different approach. The content of these documents may or may not apply to you. It depends on what your objectives and goals are for improving English communication and language skills.

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    I believe you will be a suitable one for communicating in US native English also.If don’t agree with me or need any discussion then leave a comment in the Google+ comment box below.I will try my level best to get in touch with you ASAP!