Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Most usable Tenses in English Speaking

Are you looking to improve your English speaking? What type of your speaking level it does not matter? You will never find fluency in Speaking if not try to speak simple sentences and fail to ask question properly, So don’t worry start to  study practical English.


My cousin frequently speaks English however he is non-native speaker. In a discussion he stated  “I am not fluent” his speaking is flawless when he start.


I had met too many English students who avoid to using simple present tense correctly! However all of them are sharp. There are many different tenses are include in English Language, but only five are frequently use in English so it must be command over them for better result.

 I want to give an advice to all students that they must to properly know these five basic tenses for speak English in natural way. These five may be use in more then 80% exercises.


Most frequently usable English Tenses

Present

Future

Present Continuous

Present Perfect

Past tense

Improve your skills of applying these 5 valuable English tenses in your daily language, start your speaking practice by using simple questions and answers having these tenses. 


Every One think English is a complicate language after studying the un-interesting English textbook but it is not true English is simple Practice ask over questions and speaking sentences.


It is better for you to properly know and getting perfection in basic grammar rather then advanced grammar.  you will be thoroughly speak in daily life by using them.

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

IELTS for overseas nurses and midwives

There is some reasonable changing made by NMC (Nursing Midwifery Council) for its (International English Language Testing System) ielts requirements especially for overseas nurses and midwives belong from within the European area.

The NMC having concern about nurses and employers difficulties regarding this test also    It will raise the flexibility for applicants who want to fulfill the standard of English language.

In writing, speaking, reading, and listening level 7 were mandatory for applicants in a one sitting under the prior system. Applicants still need to get level 7 in all areas to meet the NMC standard, but under the new protocols it can be done in two sittings of the tests. 

Within six months applicant should be take both tests after each other and score must be greater than 6.5 for better achievement.

In last year this critical issue raised in an NMC session that this test become too complex at proposed level, some overseas nurses and midwives may be fail to get jobs in the UK from this difficulty.


European nurses need to get level 7 score as NMC requirement introduce in the beginning of this year in the absence of other proof of their English language skills. The nominal score is 7.0.  As need for Nurses outside from the EU.