English is a beautiful language. It cuts through like a knife with its rich vocabulary and incredibly simple grammar and communicates powerfully, beautifully and expressively. It is rich in literature and is deeply linked to philosophy which means it is the foundation of our culture, the very meaning of our lives.
Here in this section we have started from the foundation and gone on step by step to the very advanced English.
We start with the beautifully simple English grammar and here we have given ample practice so that the concepts and the rules become luminously clear. You would be left with the feeling - how simple English is and how beautiful!
Next we go on to spoken English and we have presented the content in terms of simple conversations that will enable you to apply the grammar learnt and master spoken English.
Finally we have given you the flavour of literature with world class stories and deep vocabulary(advanced) study.
We are confident that if you go through the content given carefully 2 times, you will gain a deep interest in the language and also go further with new confidence and even passion.
Happy learning and discovery!
1. ATTITUDE IS ALTITUDE
2. EVERY SUCCESS STORY IS ALSO A STORY OF GREAT FAILURES BY SHIV KHERA
3. I WILL DO IT BY SUDHA MURTHY
4. THE DEAR DEPARTED BY WILLIAM STANLEY HAUGHTON
5.THE BRAVE POTTER BY MARGUERITE SIEK
6.THE JOURNEY BY JESH DORJEE THONGCHI (TRANSLATED BY D P NATH)
8. THE NEVER NEVER NEST
9. RENDEZVOUS WITH RAY
10. MAYA BAZAAR
11. A TRIBUTE (SAVITRI)
12. THE STOREYED HOUSE
13. ABANDONED (POEM) BY DR. SURAYA NASIM
15. OR WILL THE DREAMER WAKE? (POEM) BY MEDIRA CHEVALIER
16. A TALE OF THREE VILLAGES
17. MY CHILDHOOD (DR. AVUL PAKIR JAINULABDEEN ABDUL KALAM)
18. A PLEA FOR INDIA
19. UNITY AND DIVERSITY IN INDIA
20. JAMAICAN FRAGMENT
21. ONCE UPON A TIME BY GABRIEL OKARA
22. WHAT IS MY NAME? BY. P.SATYAVATHI (TRANSLATED BY VADREWU VIJAYALAXMI AND RANGA RAO)
25. WHEN EARTH'S LAST PICUTRE IS PAINTED
26. THE ROAD NOT TAKEN
27. THE TIGER BY WILLIAMBLAKE
28.. HOW TO TELL WILD ANIMALS BY CAROLYN WELLS
29. THE KITE - HARRY BEHN
30. ALL BUT BLIND - WALTER DE LA MARE
31. PANTHAR - RAINER MARIA RILKE
32. THE TIGER - PETER NIBLETT
33. FIRE AND ICE
34. DUST OF SNOW
35. STILL I RISE
36. Where Do All the Teachers Go?
39. THE QUARREL
41. A HOUSE, A HOME
44. A TIGER IN THE ZOO