Rapidex English Speaking Course helps you to speak English fluently. So this Rapidex English Speaking Course if for beginners to well-known learners.
Some people having good knowledge of English also cannot talk in English confidently. Hence this online Rapidex English Speaking Course will help you to build up your confidence. So we suggest you to do regular practice on speaking English.
Online Rapidex English Speaking Course
Language will be perfect only by speaking. Hence keep on participating of group discussion in English for better speaking skill. We have discussed in our earlier article about the steps for fast English speaking skill. Therefore if you are new visitor for this site do not forget to check our previous articles about speaking English.
Writing and Speaking are Different Skills
A good writer may not be the good speaker. Similarly a good speaker may not be perfect writer. Hence you can develop speaking skill just by watching English movies, listening to the English program in radio etc. at the same time you need good vocabulary for better speech. So to widen your English vocabularies keep a small pocket English dictionary yourself.
Well if you are the beginners for English no matter. Continuous practice will make you perfect English language speaker. So first of all learn some important words and phrases. It is better to classify the words and phrases used in different sectors. Like the terms we use in kitchen are different than the terms used in hospital. Hence make category of words and phrases.
Some Terms of Greeting
English Nepali Phrases
Good morning! Suva Pravath
Good afternoon! Suva din
Good evening! Suva sandhya
Welcome! (to greet someone) Swagat Cha
Hello my friend! Namaste maro sathi
How are you? (friendly) Tapailai Kasto Cha?
How are you? (Polite) Hajur Kasto Hunu Huncha?
I’m fine, thank you! Malai Sanchai cha, dhanyabad
And you? (Friendly) Ani Tapailai?
And you? (Polite) Ani Hajurlai?
Not so good Tati ramro chaina
Long time no see Dharai vayo Bhet navayako
I missed you Maile Tapailai samje
What’s new? Ke cha Khabar?
Nothing new Naya kahai chaina
Thank you (very much)! Dharai Dhanyabad
You’re welcome! (For “thank you”) Tapai Lai Swagat Cha
My pleasure Huss
Come in! (Or: enter!) Vitra aunu Hoss
Make yourself at home! Ghar Jastai Thannu Hola