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Problems in School:unable to converse in english
Name: cheeku
My daughter is 5yrs 7 mths old & will be going to Grade 1 from june2013. she is unable to converse the things in english very properly...we are trying to talk to her in english at home but that is also not working very well what can I do for her?
Name: Rishab
Subject:  Communication

Kids take time to learn things. Remember English is not our native language. Mother tongue comes easily. But be patient with your kid and keep conversing with her in English. She will pick it up and I am 100% sure...
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Name: Rishab
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give her time. Tell her stories in english to get her attention and like the subject. Enroll her in a school which has phonics (Orchids school is one) and plenty other activities to make her like studying. Also make her watch animation movies for kids where she needs to understand Eng.
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