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197 Video lessons (cover almost everything) 32 Stories for listening 51 Basic Vocabulary 17 Advanced Vocabulary 3 Proverb Vidoes 5 Idioms and Phrases List of lessons

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Lesson#1 Present Indefinite Part1



Lesson#1 Present Indefinite Part2





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Lesson#3 Present Perfect





Lesson#1 Present Indefinite Part4 Lesson#2 Present Continuous















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Lesson#4 Present Perfect Continuous Part1 Lesson#4 Present Perfect Continuous Part2 Lesson#5 Past Indefinite Part1



Lesson#5 Past Indefinite Part2 Lesson#6 Past Continuous Lesson#7 Past Perfect













Lesson#9 Future Indefinite





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Lesson#10 Future continuous



Lesson#11 Future Perfect





Lesson#8 Past Perfect Continuous











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Lesson#12 Future Perfect Continuous

Proverbs

Lesson#13 Routine and Time Lesson#14 Imperative Lesson#15 Can+1st Form





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Lesson#17 Should +1st Form







Lesson#18 Should Have+3rd Form



Lesson#19 Must +1st Form Lesson#20 Need







Lesson#21 Dare





Lesson#23 How to +1st Form







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Lesson#26 Was/ Were About To +1st Form







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Use of Should have, Should have been and Should have been done



Lesson#28 Has To, Have To





Having said that meaning in Hindi



Tips to learn and remember vocabulary



Lesson#179 Gerund explained in Hindi



Lesson#155 Hardly/ Barely/ Scarcely







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Commonly Used Words by Americans | Advanced Vocabulary Part6





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Lesson#32 Will Have To +st Form





Lesson#31 Was To/ Were To+st Form













Lesson#30 Is To/ Am To/ Are To +st Form

Lesson#34 Who





Lesson#28 Has To/Have To +st Form

Lesson#33 Let's +1st Form





Lesson#27 Will Be About To +1st Form





Lesson#25 Is/ Am/ Are About To +1st Form

Lesson#29 Had To +st Form



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Lesson#24 Let + Object +1st Form







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Lesson#37 It (Weather and Time)



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Lesson#38 Contraction Lesson#39 Is/Am/Are Able to +1st Form



Lesson#40 Was/Were Able To +1st Form Lesson#41 Will Be Able To +st Form Lesson#42 Present Noun Lesson#43 Past Noun

























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Lesson#46 Past Indefinite and Past Perfect : Not available Lesson#47 Past Indefinite and Present Perfect Lesson#48 Like+st+form+ing





Lesson#49 Feel Like+st Form+ing







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Lesson#52 Will have + noun Lesson#53 Have Had Meaning in Hindi Lesson#54 How to use A and An : Not available Lesson#55 How to use A/An and The : Not available Lesson#56 Possessiveness : Not available Lesson#57 Prepositions in Combination Lesson#58 Present Combination



Lesson#59 Past Combination





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Lesson#61 How to use Preposition (AT) Lesson#62 How to use Preposition (IN) in English Lesson#63 How To Use Prepositions (ON) In English Lesson#64 How to use Preposition About







Lesson#65 How to use Preposition "Despite/ In spite of" Lesson#66 Prepositions Into



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Lesson#67 Use Preposition Of and Off Lesson#68 Use Preposition Till/ Until, Since and With Lesson#69 Lesson#70 Use Preposition Below, Beneath, Down and Under : Not available Lesson#71 Use Preposition Without, Within, Between and Among Lesson#72 Preposition "After"



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Lesson#73 Use Preposition Across, By, Beside and Besides Lesson#74 Use Preposition Against and During Lesson#75 Use Preposition From and Through Lesson#76 Use Preposition Over, Above and Upon : Not available Lesson#77 Use Preposition Before and In front of Lesson#78 Present Indefinite: Eng to Eng Lesson#79 Present Indefinite: Hin to Eng











Lesson#80 Present Continuous: Eng to Eng Lesson#81 Present Continuous: Hin to Eng













Lesson#82 Present Perfect: Eng to Eng Lesson#83 Present Perfect: Hindi to Eng







Lesson#84 Past Indefinite: Eng to Eng Lesson#85 Past Indefinite: Hindi to Eng







Lesson#86 Past Continuous: Eng to Eng Lesson#87 Past Continuous: Hindi to Eng











Lesson#88 Past Perfect: Both Versions Lesson#89 Future Indefinite: Both Versions Lesson#90 Future Perfect: Both Versions Lesson#91 Can Be +3rd Form



Lesson#92 Could Be +3rd Form







Lesson#93 Should Be +3rd Form

















Lesson#94 Should Have Been+3rd Form



Lesson#95 Must Be +3rd Form



Lesson#96 Used To Be +3rd Form

























Lesson#97 Is To / Am To/ Are To Be +3rd Form



Lesson#98 Was To/ Were To Be +3rd Form



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Lesson#101 Will Have To Be +3rd Form



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Lesson#102 Passive of Imperative Lesson#103 Direct Indirect Introduction Rule#1 Lesson#104 Direct Indirect Rule#2 Lesson#105 Direct Indirect Rule#3 Lesson#106 Direct Indirect Rule#4 Lesson#107 Direct Indirect Rule#5 Lesson#108 Direct Indirect Rule#6 Lesson#109 Direct Indirect Rule#7 Lesson#110 Direct Indirect Rule#8 Lesson#111 Direct Indirect Rule#9 Lesson#112 Cannot Help+1st Form +ing



Lesson#113 Should Be +1st Form + ing

















Lesson#114 Advance use of Should Lesson#115 Use of "Shall" in English Lesson#116 Either_Or





Lesson#117 Neither_Nor



Lesson#118 Nor Do I



Lesson#119 So Do I















Lesson#120 Must as a noun





Lesson#122 And That Too

























Lesson#125 How to use Being+Adjective





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Lesson#126 Could Have +3rd Form





Lesson#123 Be Supposed To +1st Form Lesson#124 Being+Noun



















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Lesson#127 Difference between Could and Could Have Lesson#128 Had Better/ Better



Lesson#129 Something or other



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Lesson#130 No Sooner_ Than



Lesson#135 Both_And



Lesson#136 Unless/Until



Lesson#137 Question tags







Lesson#138 Even if





Lesson#139 What If







Lesson#141 Whether_Or





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Lesson#142 Having+3rd form Lesson#143 What's More





















Lesson#140 When It Comes To













Lesson#133 Although/Though_Yet







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Lesson#145 2nd form Would 1st form





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Lesson#147 May and Might : Not available Lesson#148 Do you mind/ Would you mind















Lesson#149 Lesson#150 Be used to doing sth





Lesson#151 Feel+3rd form









Lesson#152 Has been to and Have been Lesson#153 Have got to do sth







































Lesson#154 How Many and How Much Lesson#155 Get+3rd form



Lesson#156 No matter





Lesson#157 Prefer To





Lesson#158 So That











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Lesson#160 The Same_That



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Lesson#162 Meaning of Wanna, wannabe, gotta, gonna Lesson#163 Difference between What and Which Lesson#164 Difference between Who and Whom Lesson#165 Use of Mean it







Lesson#166 Meaning of Said to be











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Lesson#167 Meaning of Meant to be Lesson#168 Happen to be-happen to have



Lesson#169 Lesson#170 How to use Would in a sentence Lesson#171 Rather Than Lesson#172 Let alone





















Lesson#173 Meaning and Use of As_As



Lesson#174 Meaning and Use of So_As



Lesson#175 Meaning and Use of As_So



Lesson#176 Not Only_But Also













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Lesson#177 Ways To Reply To Thank You Lesson#178 How To Reply To Sorry Lesson#179 Gerund/ Past Participle and Infinitive Lesson#180 Hardly/ Barely/ Scarcely



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Lesson#181 Lest_should Lesson#182 So be it meaning Lesson#183 Get







Lesson#184 How to use Wish

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Lesson#185 Broken English : Not available Lesson#186 Be and Become : Not available Lesson#187 It was I















Lesson#188 Having said that Lesson#189 Seems to be/ Have Lesson#190 Use of Wherein and Whereas Lesson#191 How to use "Often"

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Lesson#192 How to use "Instead/ Instead of"



Lesson#193 Use of Get and Make Lesson#194 Difference between Ago and Before Lesson#195 Whatever, whenever, whoever, wherever and whatsoever in Hindi Lesson#196 Difference between Enough and Too Lesson#197 Saw them play/ Saw them playing 1000 Basic Vocabulary

Basic Vocabulary Part1 Basic Vocabulary Part2 Basic Vocabulary Part3 Basic Vocabulary Part4 Basic Vocabulary Part5 Basic Vocabulary Part6 Basic Vocabulary Part7 Basic Vocabulary Part8 Basic Vocabulary Part9 Basic Vocabulary Part10 Basic Vocabulary Part11 Basic Vocabulary Part12 Basic Vocabulary Part13 Basic Vocabulary Part14 Basic Vocabulary Part15 Basic Vocabulary Part16 Basic Vocabulary Part17 Basic Vocabulary Part18 Basic Vocabulary Part19 Basic Vocabulary Part20 Basic Vocabulary Part21 Basic Vocabulary Part22 Basic Vocabulary Part23 Basic Vocabulary Part24 Basic Vocabulary Part25 Basic Vocabulary Part26 Basic Vocabulary Part27 Basic Vocabulary Part28 Basic Vocabulary Part29 Basic Vocabulary Part30 Basic Vocabulary Part31 Basic Vocabulary Part32 Basic Vocabulary Part33 Basic Vocabulary Part34 Basic Vocabulary Part35 Basic Vocabulary Part36 Basic Vocabulary Part37 Basic Vocabulary Part38 Basic Vocabulary Part39 Basic Vocabulary Part40 Basic Vocabulary Part41 Basic Vocabulary Part42 Basic Vocabulary Part43 Basic Vocabulary Part44 Basic Vocabulary Part45 Basic Vocabulary Part46 Basic Vocabulary Part47 Basic Vocabulary Part48 Basic Vocabulary Part49 Basic Vocabulary Part50 Basic Vocabulary Part51 Advanced Vocabulary Advanced Vocabulary Part1 Advanced Vocabulary Part2 Advanced Vocabulary Part3 Advanced Vocabulary Part4 Advanced Vocabulary Part5 Advanced Vocabulary Part6 Advanced Vocabulary Part7 Advanced Vocabulary Part8 Advanced Vocabulary Part9 Advanced Vocabulary Part10 Advanced Vocabulary Part11 Advanced Vocabulary Part12 Advanced Vocabulary Part13 Advanced Vocabulary Part14 Advanced Vocabulary Part15 Advanced Vocabulary Part16 Advanced Vocabulary Part17 Please note: We are still shooting missing(not available) videos, we will provide those videos for free. Having said that, you need to wait till we shoot those videos

151 comments: pradeep 31 August 2013 at 05:26 hi Amar singh,Today I visited to ur websites and I realize that ur website alpha-beta.co.in is very useful for english learners, so i want to meet u pls give me ur contact no and address. Reply Replies English for all 4 May 2017 at 23:57 Here are more vocabulary words at Unacademy http://unacademy.com/course/word-power-made-easy-foundation-to-richvocabulary-chapterwise-learning/ZDB0UMK2

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Chhaya Mehta 7 November 2013 at 18:45 hello amar singh, thank you very much sir, I learned lot of thinks from your videos Reply

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Kaushik 7 January 2014 at 08:38 Hello Amar Sir, My name is kaushik. I am from Ahmedabad. I have one question regarding DVD that you will provide all the chapters in DVD. Which are mention your website. Thanks, Kaushik Reply Replies Amar Singh

7 January 2014 at 17:51

Hello Kaushik, This is the list of upcoming videos however we have shot 135 videos

ZEEMI ANS KHAN 2 October 2014 at 09:05 sir ... i have a [email protected]@... sir you have deleted some important lesson!! [email protected]@.....Lesson#107, Lesson#108,Lesson#75 Advance use of Should/ Shall,Lesson#63 Used To Be + 3rd Form Lesson#64 Is To / Am To/ Are To Be + 3rd Form Lesson#65 Was To/ Were To Be + 3rd Form Lesson#66 Has To/ Have To Be + 3rd Form Lesson#67 Had To Be + 3rd Form Lesson#68 Will Have To Be + 3rd Form ,Lesson#61 Modal Verbs : Should Have Been +3rd Form, Lesson#46 Present Indefinite Tense : Hindi to English Version,Lesson#39 Was/Were Able To + 1st Form Lesson#40 Will Be Able To +1st Form Lesson#41 Present Noun Lesson#42 Past Noun Lesson#43 Future Noun, sir [email protected]@@....sir pleaseeeeee restore [email protected] it is a [email protected]@..plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

prasad 19 December 2014 at 01:10 hi sir Please provide above mention lesson

Amar jeet 23 July 2015 at 19:43 We have shot and uploaded all these videos

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Priyanka Singh 14 January 2014 at 06:59 hii amar sir, my name is priyanka singh i was saw ur videos in wibesite so i know that when all lesson available in dvd. Reply Replies Amar Singh

14 January 2014 at 07:22

Hello Priyanka, We have shot 135 videos but all videos will not be available in DVDs, You will be given a download link to download all the videos.

savita 11 October 2015 at 08:52 Thanks..... For your videos Reply

vijay yadav 21 February 2014 at 05:27 hello sir, aap jaisa teacher or koi nhi ho sakta very helpful videos Reply

vijay yadav 21 February 2014 at 05:29 your teaching method is awesome....... Reply

Santosh Kumar 1 March 2014 at 23:55 Very useful to learners. Reply

pritesh kumar 7 March 2014 at 13:21 hiii amar sir.. my name is pritesh and i live in uk.. i wanna buy a dvd from you but i can't figure out how to get it in here, can you please help me?? sir can you explain me how to use these words please : ACROSS,OVER, DOWN (ex: come with me OVER/DOWN there), UP (ex: i can't go up to her), and OFF. Reply

Amar Singh

8 March 2014 at 20:14

Hello Pritesh. You can buy our course through PayPal, as for the question "ACROSS,OVER, DOWN (ex: come with me OVER/DOWN there), UP (ex: i can't go up to her), and OFF" these are preposition and phrasal verbs. We are going to shoot and upload some videos very soon. Reply Replies Gaurav Kumar 18 September 2014 at 04:49 sr i can not take a pdf file Reply

pritesh kumar 9 March 2014 at 09:44 i everyday visit alpha-beta site and looking for new videos upload. hope u upload those videos very soon because i eagerly waiting to figure out those prepositions and phrasal verbs complications...thank you for the respond Amar sir :) Reply

Soha Negi 15 March 2014 at 08:50 hello sir i want to watch your all chaper free because i am a student and i can't pay the fees please help me sir Reply

Gulzar mohammad 18 April 2014 at 23:39 aap ke courses bahut achhe hai is hame bahut seekhne ko milta hai Reply

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MANVEER SINGH 20 April 2014 at 22:26 Hello Sir,I want to meet you.Please give me your detail. Reply

Sourabh Raghuwanshi 2 May 2014 at 01:13 hello sir, i am sourabh I have a question sir workbook ke ans kha mele ge Reply

Ajay Kumar Gupta 10 May 2014 at 12:18 Hello, Could you please let me know why the above videos marked with black bold letter has not been shared by you in google drive for paid members. Could you please provide me a link to see those videos (Lesson#63...Lesson#68 & others videos). i am a paid member Reply

vijay yadav 10 May 2014 at 20:12 you will always be my favorite teacher Reply

Nouman Iqbal 18 May 2014 at 23:53 sir get and make ka use karna b bta dein Reply

Nouman Iqbal 18 May 2014 at 23:54 plz sir get and make causetive word per b video upload karein Reply

Nouman Iqbal 18 May 2014 at 23:55 GET AND MAKE KA USE KARNA B BTA DEIN Reply

appu 20 May 2014 at 23:18 nideos are very gud. is there any difference between dvd's video or website's video . Pls. suggest which one is better Reply

MANVEER SINGH 24 May 2014 at 11:53 Explain the difference between has to/have to and is to/am to/are to. Reply

Nicky Tiwari 5 June 2014 at 09:20 hi sir i wanted to ask you that... can we not use 'do' and 'does' if there is no negative sentece... if the answer is yes we can use.. then please tought me how? Reply

Nicky Tiwari 5 June 2014 at 09:23 hi sir i wanted to ask you that,,, can we use do and does if there is no negative sentence?.. if yes we can use then please tought me how? please do rply sir..:) Reply

saurabh singh 18 June 2014 at 00:01 helpful Reply

Nannu_Glamour 6 August 2014 at 08:44 Hi Amar, How are u friend?. My name is Jay from West Bengal. I have gone through your videos, really it is a very easy method to learn English. Only we need to practise this on a daily basis in order to get more fluency. Superb technique. Outstanding way. Could you let us know why are we not able view the video of "Future Perfect Continuous". As per my understanding video is not available. If I am correct then could you upload the same?. I will be always greatful to you. Reply Replies Amar 8 August 2014 at 07:16 We don't use future perfect continuous that's why we didn't shoot that chapter Reply

Nannu_Glamour 7 August 2014 at 08:49 Amarji, apka video me apne kaha tha ki koi bhi question ho toh comment kar sakte he reply jarur milega magar abhi tak apka jawab mujhe nehi mila. Reply

nancy john 7 August 2014 at 23:26 It is really an ideal thing that our children will have to learn all the basics of English language.

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Nannu_Glamour 12 August 2014 at 06:23 Hi Amar, Kindly help us to get this issue solved. I am using Nokia 6303i handset. All videos are not playing on my handset except tenses videos. Could you change the video format so that I can play on my cell phone. Reply

sara 24 August 2014 at 05:37 Learning a new language effortlessly can be a unique experience for the learners, as it takes lots of patience and hard work to get adopted with an acquired language. ielts speaking questions Reply Replies Gaurav Kumar 18 September 2014 at 04:51 apke pass pdf file h to plz de do Reply

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Nannu_Glamour 24 August 2014 at 16:13 Hi Amar, Kindly check these present indefinite sentences. 1.When does class begin tomorrow? 2.The train does not arrive at 11 AM. 3.The bus leaves at 6 PM. 4.The party starts at 5 PM tonight. In aforesaid sentences we have used "s" & "does". Bus, Train, class and party are neither a female nor male however we have used s and does in the sentences. Could you let us know why is it so. Reply Replies Amar 24 August 2014 at 21:12 Hello Nannu_Glamour, Please watch present indefinite part2, you will get your answers Reply

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Nannu_Glamour 4 September 2014 at 14:47 Hi Amar, I have seen video of present indefinite part 2 once again. Actually my doubt was, you have used examples on human beings (she / he). Can we use S / ES in non living things like, chair, table, mobile etc. / animals. Reply Replies Preety Uzlain 4 September 2014 at 19:42 We can use, remember one thing whenever you find third person/thing and that is singular then you can use s/es. Example: New broom sweeps clean. Cow feeds on grass My laptop heats up quickly Reply

Nannu_Glamour 4 September 2014 at 14:53 In present indefinite sentences we use E or ES every where except we, you, they and I. Right Amar?. Reply Replies Preety Uzlain 4 September 2014 at 19:43 Replying on behalf of Amar, You are absolutely correct, we only use s/es with He and She Reply

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lokesh kumar 5 October 2014 at 01:10 How to use "has has","has had" and "had had' in sentences and can we use "would have had" in a sentences?please give example by hindi sentences. Reply

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amit kumar 26 February 2015 at 18:41 Gud morng sir, ye 61-68 wale lessons download kyu nhi ho rhe h Reply

cavita prajapati 23 March 2015 at 02:44 Hi Sir I want to u ask you that how we can use would have been and could have been, You didn't post it. Please answer me.... Reply

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Jay 25 May 2015 at 04:22 Hi Amar, Whenever I click on Lesson#19 How to + 1st Form, it shows me 'This video is private'. Could you help me on that?. Reply

Dreamscome true 14 August 2015 at 01:24 hello sir, i am your new student. l learned so many lesson through youtube but some video i didnt find out on online.. plz sir , where can i get that video links. like Lesson#105 Had +3rd_Would Have+3rd. plz tell me its my humble request Reply Replies Amar jeet 3 April 2016 at 08:31 Download my app to access all videos Reply

Shohale Sumi 30 August 2015 at 04:06 Hi, I follow ur videos and ur videos help me much to improve my english skill.in ur several video u said that u give answer to anyone quaries via phone,e-mail or comments that keep here in the comment box.I sent u a mail via [email protected] u did't answer me.trust me ur reply is really important for me.would u please check ur mail and give me a reply.I'm eagerly waiting for ur reply. Reply Replies Amar jeet 30 August 2015 at 07:47 I may have missed your emails, please ask your question here. Reply

Shohale Sumi 31 August 2015 at 02:58 hey,thank u to notice my message.I'm from Bangladesh.I would like to inform you that ur lesson is very easy to understand for me.I know english as i'm a postgraduate but can't speak fluently and want to improve my fluency.one of the big reason is that most of our schools here our based on bangla medium.I'm following your lesson as I know hindi.I have downloaded your workbook and here facing a problem. I understand your oral language not your hindi alphabet.Although I am trying to learn your alphabet from youtube but it takes too much time.I know in west bengal which is a state of India bangla is their local language and my predecessor are from there.Would you please translate your workbook in bangla via specific software if there have for your bengali student.It'll be very helpful for me.Please do something,It's a humble reuest.Please reply me whatever your answer is. Reply

Deepak Poddar 16 September 2015 at 06:41 Hi amar sir, I want to purchase your english speaking course. Can you tell me what is the procedure to get your course. My email address [email protected] Reply Replies Amar jeet 16 September 2015 at 08:43 Click on buy course then you will find all the details. If you are unable to place your order then call me on 09210717544 Reply

Shahid Amin 3 October 2015 at 09:25 sir ji are you punjabi speaking ?? Reply

Shahid Amin 3 October 2015 at 09:26 are you Punjabi speaking?? Reply

Unknown 8 November 2015 at 02:49 thank u so much sir ....u r great i learned very much from ur vedio but i dont know how to download ur vocubelary bool ... Reply

Pradeep Kudiyal 9 November 2015 at 01:55 Sir plz tell me use of Keep on, kept on.. Reply

Pradeep Kudiyal 9 November 2015 at 01:56 Sir plz tell me use of keep on, kept on. Reply

mohit singhal 19 November 2015 at 00:28 Hello sir Please provide use of as long as and being + 3rd form and all prepositions and use of make. Pls let me know Reply

Rahul Yadav 8 December 2015 at 05:36 Hello Sir, I am your follower. I have been learning English for long time from your tutorial. Now, I want to know the use of all the conjunctions and prepositions. But these all lecture are not on youtube. So, Sir please tell me how I can learn these lecture? Rahul Yadav Reply Replies Amar jeet 3 April 2016 at 08:30 Download my app there you will find all the videos Reply

nancy john 10 December 2015 at 21:13 Learning new vocabulary is very interesting for fresh learners. who want to get command over language learning skills IELTS test facts Reply

Dharmender Mourya 14 December 2015 at 23:47 Hello sir, I want to download all videos.But Does not found link. Reply Replies Amar jeet 3 April 2016 at 08:29 You cannot download however you can watch all videos through my app Reply

Gurpreet singh 15 February 2016 at 23:08 Dear sir Your all video are good But some helping word are confuse as " to have " " have to have " please give me answer this helping verb please..... Reply Replies Amar jeet 16 February 2016 at 02:47 I have already explained in my videos, you need to watch them in a sequence Reply

Madhav Yadav 27 February 2016 at 04:15 Dear, Amar jeet sir .... nice all of video thank you very much sir Madhav yadav Reply Replies Amar jeet 3 April 2016 at 08:28 Welcome Madhav Reply

binod kapuria 28 February 2016 at 03:53 sir, your teaching method is very good Reply Replies Amar jeet 3 April 2016 at 08:28 Thanks

Dhanpal Singh 10 November 2016 at 23:11 Hi amarjeet sir sir i have buy your english course but actually i want to know how many days you will take to take place of my order sir please i want you course asps along with your response

Thanking Dhanpal singh Reply

Unknown 28 March 2016 at 03:17 Lesson#174 How to use Being+3rd form hi sir could you explain this lesson which is written in your PDF file. Reply Replies Amar jeet 3 April 2016 at 08:28 I have already shot a video on being +3rd form Reply

Amar jeet 3 April 2016 at 08:27 I have already shot a video on being +3rd form Reply

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kundan patil 22 April 2016 at 07:44 Hi dear,amar jeet sir I am your big follower I do always watch your videos and never forget to like it, ....plz check your mail I have sent u my question in detail and plz reply me it soon I am waiting Reply

kundan patil 27 April 2016 at 06:48 Hi amar sir.., I could not find this lesson # (should/must/might...have been +1st form +ing), I also checked in workbook but did not get, so plz tell where can I get it Reply

sonia 2 May 2016 at 08:33 Respcted sir I was searching for learning engling on play store and finally i got ur this app. I use 2G internet. Ur app is not working properly in 2G. All videos r buffering. If ur app will be in 2G. More person can take benefits of ur app. Plz think about it. N thanks to u..ur app is too good n way of teaching also good Reply

KUMUD MISHRA 3 May 2016 at 18:54 Hi sir I am kumud mishra. I have not good English plz send me all videos on my email ID. Thanks sir Reply

yogesh nimesh 7 May 2016 at 01:46 hi sir Reply

yogesh nimesh 7 May 2016 at 01:48 sir i sea all video very nice Reply

Abijit 11 May 2016 at 10:04 Sir, Is this materials are taught in Hindi? I'm from Chennai (Tamil Nadu). So, I don't know Hindi. Reply

babindra singh 8 June 2016 at 07:57 Best way to learn english by amar sir thanks sir love yoy Reply

noor alam 11 June 2016 at 10:51 sir your english learning method is very help Reply

deepak sharma 15 June 2016 at 11:31 Aman sir u r too good... kya aap hua .. ke baare mai bta skte hai... like: pichle episode mai kya hua hoga? esko english mai kese bolenge... (will have ya would have) pls reply. thanks. Reply

Anu Singh 15 June 2016 at 12:15 Dear sir, I am following your lessons sequence wise.and I find them very easy and interesting.I would like to appreciate the way of your teaching and making it so simple for us. As you have mentioned in your videos about the rules and the way of practice.I am doing the same but I am finding it difficult to check my translations are correct or not which are given as questions in workbook. I request you sir please let me know how could i know the right answers of the questions given in english workbook. Reply Replies Amar jeet 26 June 2016 at 02:07 Please follow my app, we have already given answers Reply

Anu Singh 15 June 2016 at 12:20 Dear sir, I would like to appreciate the work you are doing and the way you teach in your videos. I find each and every lesson of yours very interesting and helpful. Beginners like me those who are not confident enough to speak English fluently surely will learn a lot. But i am finding it difficult that no answers are given for the questions given in the workbook. Sir how do we get to know whether we are doing correct translation or not. kindly let me know Reply

veer Panwar 18 June 2016 at 07:06 Anybody want to talk with me on phone for english practice,this is the best way for english speaking, Reply

Unknown 6 July 2016 at 01:08 Hi Amar, good afternoon! How are you?. Could you give me a clarification on below mentioned pointer? Which one is the correct sentence: 1.He has come. 2.He has came. Reply

Jay World 6 July 2016 at 01:08 Hi Amar, good afternoon! How are you?. Could you give me a clarification on below mentioned pointer? Which one is the correct sentence: 1.He has come. 2.He has came. Reply

ajay devnale 10 July 2016 at 01:25 Hi sir,i wanna buy your all the books and CDs when will i get it ? Please let me know Reply

ramachandra reddy 18 August 2016 at 21:50 HELLO SIR I HAVE PAID MONEY ON SUNDAY I.e; ON 14/08/2016 I HAVE NOT GOT MY PENDRIVE PLZ REPLY ME Reply

Amar jeet 18 August 2016 at 21:52 I have already replied several times via email and message, I had dispatched your course the next day. Please contact me on 9210717544 if you need any other information Reply

Chandan Irmal 21 August 2016 at 03:38 hi amar I saw everytime offline download option when I opened a app? Reply

Kapil Varshney 21 August 2016 at 11:25 App me koi video ni h sir, apne aap close ho jaati h Reply

Lakhan Nishad 23 August 2016 at 02:34 Sir Maine abhi just aap update kiya h. update krne pa "kripya offline kre" popup ata h. or chalta hi nhi h. Reply

Unknown 27 August 2016 at 23:53 Hello Sir.. I checked your videos and that are awesome. I did not get some vedios on YouTube. Could you plz tell me how to download all lessons and where? Reply

Md Alam 2 October 2016 at 03:41 Hello sir. there are no videos in my google drive which you shared with me.so please do again sir. Thanks Regards Md Rizwan Alam. Reply

Unknown 21 October 2016 at 08:49 Hello Amar sir how can I contact you Is it possible like these are sentence How to use able to Can we use both module verb can be able to May be able to Might be able to Would be able to Should be able to Would,should ,can,will,should,must,may ,can , could etc... Is it use with are ,am,is,was,were, For the my knowlage Can,could substitute be able to for ability Can,could, be allowed to

May, be allowed to Like I am.alowed to play football Why we use be able to and be allowed to Can we use both can be able to and can be allowed same could May be able to May be allowed to

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Unknown 22 October 2016 at 04:50 pls do "new app" offline Reply

Laura James 10 November 2016 at 05:16 Good to see this information for the readers. Reply

babindra singh 23 December 2016 at 09:14 I have download all thing Reply

babindra singh 23 December 2016 at 09:15 Sorry but I want book only will you help me Reply

Cool Stuff 26 December 2016 at 02:29 Learn English with Multibhashi Android App. Free English Lessons & Quizzes. Download now from Playstore. For more information check http://goo.gl/hiCjP5 Reply

Cool Stuff 30 December 2016 at 12:42 Learn English from Hindi, Bangla & Tamil with Multibhashi Android App & Website. Free English Lessons & Quizzes. Download now from Playstore. For more information check http://goo.gl/hiCjP5 Reply

Kishor Baghel 30 January 2017 at 05:06 Thanks sir just I am watching your video. This video is to good Reply

sakshi 25 February 2017 at 02:42 how can i watch your all videos..i'm not able to find themon youtube ..there are some videos but all of them Reply

Hari Rajoriya 6 March 2017 at 09:06 Thanks sir so usable this app For esaly English Reply

Sandeep Kumar 9 March 2017 at 01:54 Hi I have paid 500 rs for the App and so many lessons are unable to open. Lesson 102-112, 190-197 Around 30 lessons are not getting opened. Please resolve the issue on priority. Reply

Shubham Verma 29 March 2017 at 03:32 Hello Amar sir. I have done payment procedure and 2500/- has been deducted from my bank account in how many days ican get all your videos and how???????? Reply

Hari Ram Meena 4 April 2017 at 15:52 Sir,make app for iOS Reply

Kishor Baghel 14 April 2017 at 02:49 good sir Nice rules Reply

Kishor Baghel 14 April 2017 at 03:16 Sir Please send answers key of ebook Reply

ballu dhillon 24 April 2017 at 15:39 Hi Amar Singh, Your English learning videos are very helpful. But I have one question regarding basic vocabulary. Where can I find these 1000 vocabulary words? Plz let me know. Reply

full time enjoy mk 16 May 2017 at 13:31 Awesome I am very happy Reply

full time enjoy mk 16 May 2017 at 13:32 Awesome I am very happy Reply

Anirudh Kumar 23 May 2017 at 20:48 You are very good tutor sir. Reply

asif kapadia 25 May 2017 at 03:46 we want to buy your book but want to know about contain of book . does it cover all the grammar portion? and also know abut pen drive that you provide with book. could it be possible to transfer video in pen drive to other pen drive . Reply

Dr.Ashok Dubey 5 June 2017 at 02:10 nice for learning Reply

Dr.Ashok Dubey 5 June 2017 at 02:10 nice for learning Reply

pavan verma 27 July 2017 at 23:58 Hi.....Amar Can i get ur no. I want to buy entire study material Reply

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