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Before reading it please read my first post "How to get response". I am Arpan Trivedi. I have got many responses for my last mail. thanks to all who response me. I have patience, talent. I have a problem. I have studied in Hindi medium and not a good college where i can develop new talent. But i am continuously trying to develop new skill to make me valuable and important for any organisation. My problem is i don't have good english communication skill.

I read english newspaper, learn meaning phrasal verbs, idioms, listen news. I know gradually i will be able to develop this skill but right know i am standing at that place where I need a good job to start a career. I belong to very lower class family i can't take money with my parents on the contrary i have to send money to my family for survival. I have already told i have patience. I am fighting the situation with courage but i want advise to all of you. I don't fear the bad situations. I am a Bharatiya(Indian) and speak hindi well so where is the problem if i am not able to speak english fluently. I am not The English. Why we see our mother tongue in a shameless manner. Learn more languages. But love and respect our country and its mother tongue.

Hi Arpan,
Your answer lies in the paragraph that you have written as a problem.
1) Your written English is really good.
2) Most important point to keep in mind always- English is a universal referral language. You need to learn english to survive in a work environment. You say, you need good job and support your family and then you say you are a Bharatiya (Indian) and what to feel ashamed to speak vernacular language. But again I say, dont confuse and mix both these issues. No doubt you are an Indian, so am I, but we got to learn english to survive in a job environment.
3) You need not specify that you come from a low class background, as I can see you are making efforts to fight your problem and this is a rotating phase of life.
4) Verbal English comes with more and more practice and interacting with other people.

But, please dont confuse yourself with background and being an Indian and learning english. All 3 are different and you need english just to manage your job. That will not divert you from being an Indian.
All The Best.

Regards,
Rohan

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