How to Improve Your Spoken English with Aditya Nag (Video)

Who wants to improve your Spoken English speaking skills? Do you want to  sound like Native English speakers in USA?

That’s what we are going to talk during this interview with Aditya Nag.

About Aditya Nag :  Built his first PC at 12 years,  Geek, Lawyer, Journalist at PC World in India, MBA from Hult Business School and Social Media Lead and Biggest HSB Fan.

Read his guest blog posts here

Watch Full Program Here

 Video Summary

  • About Aditya ( Law Degree, Journalist, MBA, Social Media Lead)
  • MIT 100k Entrepreneurship Program Experience
  • How to Improve Spoken English
  • How to Improve Pronunciation
  • Resources for English Skills Improvements
  • About Hult Business School
  • Advise for Prospective Students on Higher Education

Ask your questions for Aditya in the comments section.

12 Comments

  1. Praveen on August 29, 2013 at 3:10 AM

    Great efforts both by Raghu and Aditya to help many people like me to improve our English.

    Aditya, I really appreciate the way you have switched over from different fields. This clearly shows that a person who is confident and clear about his interest will be able to make it.

  2. Sandeep on August 13, 2013 at 9:29 AM

    Hi Raghu and Aditya,
    It was good video and a Gr8 work by both of you . I want to know more about HULT MBA experience of aditya . U please say me how that can be known
    Thank u

  3. Nibin on August 12, 2013 at 9:58 PM

    As far I am aware of, one of the partner(shareholder) should be either US Citizen or Greencard holder(PR). I may be wrong, but during the business registration in IRS and SOS, they ask this details.

  4. shruti on August 12, 2013 at 2:13 PM

    Thanks Raghu and Aditya for this inspiring video. Aditya gave really important tips for social networking and eseential things for spoken english.
    Aditya could you please focus more on social netorking as if suppose i wanted to know Scope of subject (opportunities) in which i would like to be graduated as its uncommon subject.
    again thanks to both of you.

    • Aditya on August 12, 2013 at 3:11 PM

      Hi Shruti,

      Social Media? That’s a whole video in itself. Maybe we’ll do something for that.

      Nag

  5. Siddesh on August 11, 2013 at 1:53 AM

    Raghu, It is really encouraging video for who are not ready to speak in front of more than 10 folks. I truly appreciate you and Aditya, because you guys are explained very well. Anyone, who want to improve their English, then this Video must be watched.

  6. saurav sinha on August 6, 2013 at 7:16 AM

    Sir i saw the video and it’s really cool,for doing anything in life you have to take out the fear out of you and one must not bother what others gonna talk about you while learning.Sir my weakest point is i get stuck while communicating or expressing my views,like i speak for few minutes and then i take a pause.So kindly suggest me what should i do to get over this problem and should i join a speaking course?

    • Raghuram Sukumar on August 6, 2013 at 9:15 AM

      Practice – search in YouTube for Spoken English. You listen to a sentence and repeat it aloud. Do this for 6 months 30 minutes per day.

    • Aditya on August 6, 2013 at 10:42 AM

      Since you say you get stuck while “expressing my views”, my question to you is: WHY do you get stuck?

      Is it because you don’t know what to say next, or is it because you have plenty to say, but don’t know how to say it.

      If it’s the what, you need to expand your knowledge of the subject, or just expand your general awareness of the world. You’ll have more to talk about, and you’ll be able to speak smoothly. Your views/opinion on any subject will naturally be more complex and interesting if you know a lot about that subject.

      If it’s the how, you need to practice, and read some good writing to expand your vocabulary. This follows from learning more about a subject too; so if you’re reading about the financial crises in Europe, or about India v Zimbabwe and Virat Kohli’s captaincy, read the Economist and Cricinfo’s features; you’ll find your opinion and your vocabulary expanding together.

  7. lakshmi on August 6, 2013 at 12:27 AM

    Aditya was seriously good…he actually spoke his heart out….

  8. satish on August 5, 2013 at 3:12 PM

    Thank you so much raghu and aditya for this wonderful discussion on communication skills development.

  9. Shuvajit Bhattaharya on August 5, 2013 at 2:30 PM

    Great video…good work Raghu..

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