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In this category all kind of letters are explained and at the end of each one, there are lots of sample letters ,it also contains sample business letter and information on the business letter format.If you have any comment or Idea please leave your comments

in this category you will find dialogues in different languages and situations.It improves your speaking skills.Don't forget the best way of practicing speaking is conversation.

writingThis writing practice category sets help students strengthen their writing skills .

In this category you may find information for resume writing,letter writing,SOP and many more.All sub-categories are listed on right menu.

readingRead English texts as often as you can.
This could be the news, short stories or novels, texts from your textbook or LanguageRing. Choose an interesting text that is not too difficult for you (otherwise it wouldn’t be fun).
Don’t look up every word which is new to you – even without a dictionary you will understand a lot. Just concentrate on what you do understand and try to find out the rest by intelligent guessing. That works rather well, especially if you are interested in the topic. If you are a football fanatic for example, you probably won’t have problems understanding an English text about football. On the other hand, someone who is better in English than you but not interested in football will have more problems understanding the same text.

ListeningListening is a natural way to learn English; it is fun and it works. You can study when you want: anytime, and any place. The passages are real people, speaking real English, talking about what interests them. There are passages for everyone: easy passages for beginners, and more difficult passages for advanced students. If you listen often your English will improve.