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Learning English Has Never Been Better Than This!

All of us are social beings who love to share our views and feelings among one another. Though we also need to overcome certain barriers to effectively communicate with one another. The most important among these barriers is the barrier of language. We often fail to express our views, wishes, feelings, thoughts and ideas just because there is a language bar. A language bar is created when the person with whom we want to share our views, wishes, feelings, thoughts and ideas hardly understands the language in which we speak. Such lack of proper knowledge of language also creates issue when we fail to understand the views, wishes, feelings, thoughts and ideas of others.

With increasing grips of globalization, knowledge of English language has become a must for everyone. According to a recently published report by K-International, close to 840 million people across the world are English speaking, that is a very significant part of the world. English today is not limited to those who speak them as their first language. The number of people who speak English as their second language is more than those who speak it as their first language. Thus, knowledge of English has become a quite significant for everyone in the present globalized and connected on network world we are living in.

Nevertheless, it is not easy for everyone to become proficient in English. Some people don’t even have sufficient and reliable sources to assist them in acquiring the knowledge of this eminent language.

This is a real big problem for those who have been to such condition ever in life. However, I would ask you not to feel dishearten because of such inability. After all, where there is a will, there is a way.

Here, I am blogging about Pathshala Funwala by Nihar Shanti Amla Oil in association with BlogAdda, which has come forward to help such children who want to learn English but are unable to learn because of unavailability of accessible sources to them. Nihar Shanti Amla, that has always been concerned about the education of children, has now come up with a toll-free number, that is 8055667788, to help such children in learning English. This initiative has been named as Pathshala fun Wala. It is a toll-free number, it is affordable for everyone who wants to learn.

It could not have been better than this for children to learn by calling on this number as it is really very simple and fun to learn with 8055667788.



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