The Eminence



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The Eminence

The English Compendium of a prominent word lists and functional words introduced for you to quench your thirst for the needful conditions required to project our personality better among humans in the society, with quintessential features of the CD to help enhance your expressions with acceptable vocabulary and situational baby as well as complex sentences. It would unquestionably help and support you to sustain the daily complications and contingencies of colloquially communicating words and having ease in defining your personality with accurate emotions and feelings thereupon.

Content Writer

Piyush Pradhan

{Queen’s/King’s English Voice & Accent trainer}

Mobile: - 9893352530.

E-Mail:- sploosh 2@gmail.com

The Queen’s English society


You might have seen the fantastic video of a BBC newsreader speaking with a ‘Received Pronunciation’ (RP) accent. This is sometimes called ‘The Queen’s English’, as it is the ‘posh’ accent used by the Queen and members of the upper classes in the UK that have been educated at schools like Eton, which cost a lot of money to attend. Some linguists have used the term RP but expressed reservations about its suitability. The Cambridge-published English Pronouncing Dictionary (aimed at those learning English as a foreign language) uses the term "BBC Pronunciation" on the basis that the name "Received Pronunciation" is "archaic" and that BBC news-presenters no longer suggest high social class and privilege to their listeners. The name "BBC Pronunciation" has been used by other writers.

Usage


Accents that are particular to England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales are each different and with practice you can begin to talk with one that sounds genuine. Along with the accents are mannerisms that you will need to assume to affect the part. The following directions may describe Queen's English or "Received Pronunciation" (RP) spoken in south England and Wales, rarely ever used in the modern-day United Kingdom, but the foreigners' stereotypical view of how the British talk. This study of RP is concerned largely with pronunciation, while study of the standard language is also concerned with matters such as correct grammar, more formal vocabulary and style.

Interview skills

INTRODUCTION

Name

  • What is your name?

  • May I have your name please?

  • Could I know your name?

  • May I have a pleasure to know your name?

  • May I be delighted to know your name?

  • May I be truly pleased to have your name? (Used mainly towards `Famous personality`)

Note: -{ The use of ‘Please’ can only be used with the word ‘MAY’ & not with the word ‘Could’}

  • Q.) What is your good name?

Ans.) Myself, xyz. (The word “Good” mustn’t imply for “Shubh”)

Note: -{ Do not use a substandard English translation just mentioned above. It is totally wrong}.

Correct Answer: - I am xyz. Or My name is xyz.

  • What should I call you?

  • What is you?

  • How are you called in/ by the world? (These colloquial ways are not applicable)

  • What is the name you are called by? (The sentence must not be used for sheer impression)

The use of the pattern is applicable to European framework i.e. worldwide accepted and projects your personality better in front of a stranger which is in turn very fruitful for promotion of services, business undertakings, fulfillment of meetings and very useful for day-to-day interactions among human-beings in societies. Certain systematic and grammatically sound sentences must not have any error for they tend to affect your personal confidence and troubles you under the process of unnecessary phobias of interview skills in order to secure a better position in a reputed company.

School’s name/college
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