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IELTS in Islamabad With Best Faculty

IELTS in Islamabad With Best Faculty

The Bless Academy offers…

  • IELTS Academic
  • IELTS General Training
  • IELTS UKVI
  • IELTS Life Skills A1 & B1

Why The Bless Academy….?

  • Prepare IELTS with MA English & MA TEFL faculty members.
  • Daily 2-3 Hours sessions
  • Latest & updated Cambridge IELTS Material.
  • Monthly IELTS Mock Tests
  • Flexible Class Timings
  • AC Classrooms

 

 

IELTS Classes Time

  • Evening: 3:30 am to 5:00 pm
  • Evening: 06:00 pm to 08:00 pm
  • Admissions will be confirmed after assessment.
  • For Appointment, Call/ WhatsApp on +92-345-5750599
  • The Bless Academy, street 23, G-9/1 Islamabad
IELTS & Spoken English Course Details

IELTS & Spoken English Course Details

Spoken English Language Course in Islamabad

Good opportunity for people who face a lot of problems in life just because they are lacking the skill of speaking, understanding or reading English.

We offer Spoken English Course for beginner, graduates and professionals under the supervision of highly qualified,dedicated and professional trainers.

The level of English language proficiency will be decided through assessment.

These Spoken English language course will focus on the followings.

  • Improve accuracy in Grammar
  • Correct pronunciation
  • Art of Conversation
  • Expand vocabulary
  • Development of reading skills
  • Communication in English in day to day situations
  • Audio video sessions for effective listening.
  • Individual and group training and Guidance
  • Special focus on grammar
  • Language learning Environment
  • Learning English in real life situations
  • Prioritizing spoken Skill with correct pronunciation and Fluency
  • Useful and free of cost material provided
  • Focus on Target Language/ No other language allowed during class

Class time:

  • First Session: 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm
  • Second Session: 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm
  • Free Demo Classes

A language Course saves you from hesitation and staying back in your career.

 

 

The Bless Academy offers…

  • IELTS Academic
  • IELTS General Training
  • IELTS UKVI
  • IELTS Life Skills A1 & B1

Why The Bless Academy….?

  • Prepare IELTS with MA English & MA TEFL faculty members.
  • Daily 2-3 Hours sessions
  • Latest & updated Cambridge IELTS Material.
  • Monthly IELTS Mock Tests
  • Free Demo Classes
  • Flexible Class Timings
  • AC Classrooms

IELTS Classes Time

  • Evening: 3:30 am to 5:00 pm
  • Evening: 06:00 pm to 08:00 pm
  • Admissions will be confirmed after assessment.
  • For Appointment, Call/ WhatsApp on +92-345-5750599
  • The Bless Academy, street 23, G-9/1 Islamabad

 

Some Common English expressions

Some Common English expressions

*Common English expressions:*

1. *Fed up* – this means, to have had enough

2. *Feel like* – this means, want to do something

3. *No hard feelings* – don’t worry

4. *Heavy duty* – tough and powerful

5. *Hook up* – to connect

6. *Join forces* – means to unite

7. *just what the doctor ordered* – means what you need

8. *Just about* – nearly

9. *Ins and outs* – the small details

10. *In hand* – under control

11. *Kick around* – treat badly

12. *Kick the bucket* – to die

13. *Knock it off* – to stop it

14. *Know-it-all* – means, over confident

15. *Keep on* – continue

16. *In less than no time* – immediately

17. *Long face* – sad

18. *Means business* – serious

19. *Make up your mind* – decide

20. *Make off with* – to steal

21. *Make believe* – to pretend

22. *Mixed up* – confused

23. *Makes sense* – seems reasonable/ right

24. *Make a difference* – to matter

25. *Nail it down* – finalize it

26. *Never mind* – don’t worry about it

27. *No doubt* – certainly

28. *No sweat* – it’s easy to do/ Ok

29. *Of age* – old enough

30. *Off the hook* – out of trouble

31. *Once in a blue moon* – rarely

32. *Out of order* – does not work

33. *Out of shape* – to be unfit

13 INSPIRATIONAL QUOTES

13 INSPIRATIONAL QUOTES

13 INSPIRATIONAL QUOTES:

1. Albert Einstein – “A person who never made a mistake, never tried anything new.”

2. Steve Jobs – “Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life.”

3. Bill Gates – “It’s fine to celebrate success, but it is more important to heed the lessons of failure.”

4. Warren Buffett – “Honesty is a very expensive gift, don’t expect it from cheap people.”

5. Bruce Lee – “Mistakes are always forgivable, if one has courage to admit them.”

6. Albert Hubbard – “One machine can do the work of fifty ordinary men. No machine can do the work of one extraordinary man.”

7. Robert Kiyosoki – “Failure defeats losers, but inspire winners.”

8. Abraham Lincoln – “The best way to predict your future is to create it.”

9. Audrey Hepburn – “Nothing is impossible, the word itself says “I’m possible.”

10. Maya Angelou – “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them happy.”

11. Anumodu Peter – “I do not believe in what others believe, I believe there’s always a leader. Therefore, I believe there’s God.”

12. Mike Ditka – “You’re never a loser until you quit trying.”

13. Muhammad Ali – “Don’t count the days, make the days count.”

آزاد جموں کشمیر پبلک سروس کمیشن نے اردو اور کمپیوٹر لیکچرار کے تحریری امتحان کا اعلان کر دیا۔

آزاد جموں کشمیر پبلک سروس کمیشن نے اردو اور کمپیوٹر لیکچرار کے تحریری امتحان کا اعلان کر دیا۔

آزاد جموں کشمیر پبلک سروس کمیشن نے اردو اور کمپیوٹر لیکچرار کے تحریری امتحان کا اعلان کر دیا۔

نتائج دیکھنے کے لیے لنک پر کلک کریں

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Commonly used abbreviations in Computer

Commonly used abbreviations in Computer

Computer = Commonly Operated Machine Particularly Used in Technical and Educational Research

CPU = Central Processing Unit

RAM = Random Access Memory

ROM = Read Only Memory

PROM = Programmable Read Only Memory

EPROM = Erasable PROM

EEPROM = Electrically EPROM

HDD = Hard Disk Drive

FDD = Floppy Disk Drive

KBD = KeyBoard

I/O = Input & Output

CD = Compact Disk

DVD = Digital Video Disk

SMPS = Switch Mode Power Supply

POST = Power ON Self Test

BIOS = Basic Input Output System

VDU = Visible Display Unit

Mbps = Mega Bytes Per second

Kbps = Kilo Bytes per second

HTTP = Hyper Text Templates

WWW = World Wide Web

IP = Internet Protocol

ISP = Internet Service Provider

4 Bits = 1 Nibble

8 Bits = 1 Byte

LED = Light Embedded Diode

LCD = Liquid Crystal Display

USB = Universal Serial Bus

VGA = Video/Visual Graphic Adapter

LAN = Local Area Network

WAN = Wide Area Network

MAN = Metropolitan Area Network

HLL = High Level Language

LLL = Low Level Language

MIPS = Million of Instruction Per Second

1024 Bytes = 1 Kilo Byte ( KB )

1024 KB = 1 Mega Byte ( MB )

1024 MB = 1 Gyga Byte ( GB )

1024 GB = 1 Tera Byte ( TB )

1024 TB = 1 Peta Byte ( PB )

1024 PB = 1 Exa Byte ( EB )

1024 EB = 1 Zetta Byte ( ZB )

1024 ZB = 1 Yotta Byte ( YB )
HTTP – Hyper Text Transfer Protocol.

HTTPS – Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure.

IP – Internet Protocol.

URL – Uniform Resource Locator.

USB – Universal Serial Bus.

VIRUS – Vital Information Resource Under Seized.

3G – 3rd Generation.

GSM – Global System for Mobile Communication.

CDMA – Code Division Multiple Access.

UMTS – Universal Mobile Telecommunication System.

SIM – Subscriber Identity Module.

AVI – Audio Video Interleave

RTS – Real Time Streaming

SIS – Symbian OS Installer File

AMR – Adaptive Multi-Rate Codec

JAD – Java Application Descriptor

JAR – Java Archive

JAD – Java Application Descriptor

3GPP – 3rd Generation Partnership Project

3GP – 3rd Generation Project

MP3 – MPEG player lll

MP4 – MPEG-4 video file

AAC – Advanced Audio Coding

GIF – Graphic Interchangeable Format

JPEG – Joint Photographic Expert Group

BMP – Bitmap

SWF – Shock Wave Flash

WMV – Windows Media Video

WMA – Windows Media Audio

WAV – Waveform Audio

PNG – Portable Network Graphics

DOC – Document (Microsoft Corporation)

PDF – Portable Document Format

M3G – Mobile 3D Graphics

M4A – MPEG-4 Audio File

NTH – Nokia Theme (series 40)

THM – Themes (Sony Ericsson)

MMF – Synthetic Music Mobile Application File

NRT – Nokia Ringtone

XMF – Extensible Music File

WBMP – Wireless Bitmap Image

DVX – DivX Video

HTML – Hyper Text Markup Language

WML – Wireless Markup Language

CD – Compact Disk.

DVD – Digital Versatile Disk.

CRT – Cathode Ray Tube.

DAT – Digital Audio Tape.

DOS – Disk Operating System.

GUI – Graphical User Interface.

HTTP – Hyper Text Transfer Protocol.

IP – Internet Protocol.

ISP – Internet Service Provider.

TCP – Transmission Control Protocol.

UPS – Uninterruptible Power Supply.

HSDPA – High Speed Downlink Packet Access.

EDGE – Enhanced Data Rate for GSM [Global System for Mobile Communication] Evolution.

VHF – Very High Frequency.

UHF – Ultra High Frequency.

GPRS – General Packet Radio Service.

WAP – Wireless Application Protocol.

TCP – Transmission Control Protocol .

ARPANET – Advanced Research Project Agency Network.

IBM – International Business Machines.

HP – Hewlett Packard.

AM/FM – Amplitude/ Frequency Modulation.

WLAN – Wireless Local Area Network

AVI – Audio Video Interleave

RTS – Real Time Streaming

SIS – Symbian OS Installer File

AMR – Adaptive Multi-Rate Codec

JAD – Java Application Descriptor

JAR – Java Archive

JAD – Java Application Descriptor

3GPP – 3rd Generation Partnership Project

3GP – 3rd Generation Project

MP3 – MPEG player lll

MP4 – MPEG-4 video file

AAC – Advanced Audio Coding

GIF – Graphic Interchangeable Format

JPEG – Joint Photographic Expert Group

BMP – Bitmap

SWF – Shock Wave Flash

WMV – Windows Media Video

WMA – Windows Media Audio

WAV – Waveform Audio

PNG – Portable Network Graphics

DOC – Document (Microsoft Corporation)

PDF – Portable Document Format

M3G – Mobile 3D Graphics

M4A – MPEG-4 Audio File

NTH – Nokia Theme (series 40)

THM – Themes (Sony Ericsson)

MMF – Synthetic Music Mobile Application File

NRT – Nokia Ringtone

XMF – Extensible Music File

WBMP – Wireless Bitmap Image

DVX – DivX Video

HTML – Hyper Text Markup Language

WML – Wireless Markup Language

CD – Compact Disk.

DVD – Digital Versatile Disk.

CRT – Cathode Ray Tube.

DAT – Digital Audio Tape.

DOS – Disk Operating System.

GUI – Graphical User Interface.

HTTP – Hyper Text Transfer Protocol.

IP – Internet Protocol.

ISP – Internet Service Provider.

TCP – Transmission Control Protocol.

UPS – Uninterruptible Power Supply.

URL – Uniform Resource Locator.

USB – Universal Serial Bus.

VIRUS – Vital Information Resource Under Seized.

3G – 3rd Generation.

GSM – Global System for Mobile Communication.

CDMA – Code Division Multiple Access.

UMTS – Universal Mobile Telecommunication System.

SIM – Subscriber Identity Module.

HSDPA – High Speed Downlink Packet Access.

EDGE – Enhanced Data Rate for

GSM – [Global System for Mobile Communication] Evolution.

VHF – Very High Frequency.

UHF – Ultra High Frequency.

GPRS – General Packet Radio Service.

WAP – Wireless Application Protocol.

TCP – Transmission Control Protocol .

ARPANET – Advanced Research Project Agency Network.

IBM – International Business Machine Corporation.

HP – Hewlett Packard.

AM/FM – Amplitude/ Frequency Modulation.

WLAN – Wireless Local Area Network

16 quick tips to improve your spoken English

16 quick tips to improve your spoken English

Sixteen quick tips to improve your spoken English
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1
Think in English
The mind is truly a strong tool. It should be used as much as possible. Make it your habit of talking to yourself in English. Think in your mind before what you are going to say. Describe your thoughts about different things in English.
2
Do not translate from your native language to English
If you are unaware of the correct sentence or phrase in English, do not try to translate that in your native tongue. If you do this it will not take you towards effective learning. Don’t make fun of yourself. Therefor, try to find out the correct usage which you may get by reading or asking someone.
3
Speak English at every opportunity
A good leaner will always try to take advantage of every single opportunity to speak things in English. At first, it may be a bit awkward to speak unnecessarily but considering that your first ever experience try to avail of that opportunity. Things will be automatically get better for you afterwards.
4
Learn sentences or phrases – don’t concentrate on single words.
When you get some opportunity to learn few good words don’t consider those words sufficient for your speaking rather you must try to learn other things like different sentences and phrases that are used in daily life. Try to use those words in different sentences. It will help you improve your vocabulary.
5
Listen to others speaking English
Listen, listen, listen. Whether you have to use the radio or the television or a movie. Or a colleague or teacher who can speak a good English. listening continually can help you improve your pronunciation and accent. Your reading habit alone can’t help you improve your speaking skills.
6
Learn how to say the same thing differently
As it happens with other languages, similar case is with English, a single sentence can be made in various ways, but all those sentences give the similar meaning. If you can learn these sentences then you will be able to make more clear and simple sentences.
7
Make mistakes
Whenever you are going to commit mistakes while speaking , make sure there should be someone to correct your mistakes. Mistake is the best ever teacher and it’s a natural thing. You can never learn to correct yourself unless you know how to make mistakes. So feel free to make mistakes.
8
Do not lose confidence
Confidence is really something important not only in English learning but also in every field of your life. While speaking you may have to face difficulty and frustration which may cause loose your confidence level. Be alway confident of whatever the circumstances you face, even if you know you are speaking incorrectly, don’t let your confidence level be down.
9
Keep it simple
While speaking your only purpose should be to use a simple way of talking so that the other person can be able to get you properly. Your propose must not be to create difficulty to understand your talks. Your message should be clear and simple.
10
And most of all, have fun
When you are in a process of English learning, don’t take it too seriously as to make it hard for you. You should enjoy every moment of learning. If you take it in hard manner, you won’t be able to get it properly.
11
Talk to yourself
This is another interesting way of learning English language. Whenever you find yourself free at home or somewhere else, give yourself an opportunity to have a few words with the favourite person:
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12
Use a mirror
Another amazing activity you can do to improve your English is to make yourself stand in front of the mirror and talk to yourself. This activity should be done on regular basis. Select any good topic and speak at least for 2 or 3 minutes continously. It will make you feel that you are talking to yourself. While speaking, if you get stuck at any point don’t stop! Try to describe that idea in a different way.
13
Focus on fluency, not grammar
When you are speaking in English, don’t bother to care about grammar rules. You should only give your full concentration on speaking fluently. You can be quite understandable even if you don’t focus on using correct grammar while speaking. If will try to focus more on speaking grammatically, then you will not be able to speak fluently. Your message will be understable without even using grammar rules.
14
Try some tongue twisters
When you are speaking, you need to try to use those words that are a bit hard to be pronounced. One example of it is “the thirty three thieves” etc. Practice these words for some time! It may be not easy . This method will be quite helpful to put words in the right placement of your mouth and tongue and also you will be able to pronounce words accurately.
15
Speak, speak, speak!
The only best way to improve your speaking skills is to try to speak English as much as you can. Don’t feel shyness and hesitation to speak before anyone. The more you practice, the more you will be able to speak English. You can learn speaking

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