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English Grammar & Spoken English Queries

English Grammar & Spoken English Queries/Doubts


Frequently Asked Common Questions

Let me first answer the common questions related to my YouTube channel, Websites, Android App, Email, Whatsapp, Facebook, Instagram etc. and then the queries/doubts about Spoken English or English Grammar concepts taught so far.

Let’s start with the first Question:

Question 1: I hesitate while trying to speak English, what do I do?

Hesitation is the biggest problem in our life. Our heart says, “let’s speak.”, but our brain signals, “People might laugh.”

It happens with every one, right?

It’s not just about you and me; it’s with everyone, to be honest, in the initial stage of learning.

Obviously, there will be more people to criticize you than to support. Now, you have two choices: Either you don’t really care about them or you surrender yourself. Your decision today will determine your future. If you ask me; what to do when people laugh at you; my answer is pretty simple:

Don’t care about them. JUST DON’T CARE. 

In fact, you got to realize, that yours is yours and theirs is theirs. They’re not going to pay your bills; nor will you. They are not going to buy you a car, a house or a trip to London; nor will you. So, it’s better not to value their negative comments; rather ignore them.

Moreover, you promise yourself to speak in English with everyone around you, irrespective of where you are and whom you are talking to. Tell your mom dad, relatives and friends to co-operate and support. I’m sure, they’ll.

However, it doesn’t matter; whether you speak right or wrong; what matters is that you at least try to speak. If you want to succeed in your life; you got to do it right from now.

Guys, time once gone can never be regained; you must have heard this quote, right?

Being a non-native English speaker, every one has to accept this challenge some day or the other. Why don’t we start today? Take this challenge from now. Just forget about others, listen to your heart. Watch English movies, English news; read English newspapers and listen to English songs, even if you don’t understand them initially; I know you wouldn’t, but start doing it, you’ll feel comfortable with time.

At last, as I always say, improve your English Grammar as well, because, it’s gonna help you in proper sentence structures.

Guys do dream and rock!

Question 2: While speaking or writing English, how would I realize by my own that something that I’m speaking or writing is correct or not?

It’s a common problem faced by all. But, you don’t really need to worry about the mistakes you make, you shall rather focus at just doing the practice. With time, things are going to be okay by itself. Speaking practice, Reading practice, Writing practice; these are the core practices that you got to do every single day.

Apart from this, keep watching English movies, listen to English songs, podcasts or may be some lectures only in English. Slowly and gradually, you’re going to improve. So, just have patience. Improve your English Grammar too. Everything is important. It’s all that make a complete package.

Question 3: How can I improve my vocabulary?

Good Vocabulary makes your language better. It can be improved to a great extent by reading the newspaper and make a note of at least 2-3 words a day; not more than that required, to be honest. But whichever the words you make a note of, keep thinking about them throughout the day, regardless of what you are doing.

Next day, when you read the newspaper, you’re going to encounter a few new words and probably a few older ones too that you’ve already learned. This is how you’re going to be reminded of the previous ones and it’d be a kind of revision as well. If you keep doing it for months and months; you are likely to encounter the previously learned words, rather more than the new ones. And eventually, the day would come, when almost all the words would be known to you. This is how I did. This is how you’re going to do and this is how everybody else will ever do.

Question 4: May I have your whats app number?

My whats app number is +91-9760375308, but it’s now more of an Auto Reply Number than personal. Irrespective of what you text me, you’ll more likely to get the links related to my books, eBooks, blogs, lesson-wise videos, android app, social media and all. The reason why I had to put it on Auto Reply is that I receive 10000+ texts/calls every hour. I try to answer as many texts as I can; but I’m sorry, I miss the most of them.

Question 5: I didn’t get the reply through email?

As I said, I genuinely try to answer most of the queries; yet I’m unable to. I’ve even made sit an executive on email answering for quite a while, but of no use to that extent. Due to huge no. of emails dropped in every hour, it becomes impossible to manage all. In fact, most of the emails are bounced back too. 

Question 6: Do you teach offline? I want to join your institute?

No! I don’t. I only teach online on YouTube. If you want to watch all my videos in a lesson-wise sequence, you can visit my channel playlist (LINK) or you can install my android app (LINK). If you want to have an AD free experience and/or you face internet connectivity issues, you can buy “Spoken English Guru” complete course kit (LINK).

Question 7: Please provide me the Audio lectures’ CD, mentioned in the description of your English Speaking Course book on Amazon?

It’s pretty unfortunate that the product description couldn’t be updated on Amazon yet, even after so many email/phone requests to them. Please note that there is no Audio CD with the book now; though it was available earlier way back in the year 2017. I, now, upload video lectures on YouTube.

Needless to say that the videos are, undoubtedly, more effective to make one understand the concepts, rather than audios.

Question 8: Can I really learn English?

Why not! If you religiously follow the lesson-wise videos (LINK), make notes, and do practice through Practice exercises available on my android app (LINK); you can certainly learn. And then with regular practice, you can speak as well.

However, you need to be honest with your preparation and have patience. Hard work with patience is the key. 

Question 9: One word has different meanings and pronunciations, and on the contrary, numerous words have the same meaning. Why?

This is how it is! English is not similar to our native language. It has different rules and exceptions. Despite there being just 26 letters, there are 44 unique sounds. It’s quite unlike any other language. Few things, we have to go by rules; but many by the exceptions. They need to be learned the way they are.

Question 10: How do I get Spoken English Guru Certificate?

Only after completion of level 6 on the android app (LINK), you become eligible for an assessment (Written + Voice Recording Assessment + Telephonic Interview). On getting through; you get a certificate, which is an incredible reward and recognition for you. The certification test is conducted in every 3 months i.e. March, June, September & December. All the eligible users are informed about their eligibility for the assessment at least 15 days prior to the scheduled assessment date. However, it’s to be noted that the test is a tough one to crack.

Question 11: I’ve a query/ an enquiry about your “English Speaking Book”, “Daily Use Sentences Book”, “Pen drive course” or “Lesson-wise Complete Course Kit”?

Please don’t hesitate to call my IVR number +91-8448443310 or +91-9821770755, Monday to Saturday, 10AM – 6PM.

Question 12: I want all your websites, products, blogs, books, eBooks and other links?

Question 13: How do I improve my pronunciation?

You must listen to English songs & podcasts, watch English movies, video lectures etc. You might not even understand most of the words and sentences for few weeks; but slowly and gradually, you’ll start catching it. Try to imitate exactly the way they pronounce. It improves pronunciation. Also check out this lesson: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsXdBvuJ5ox4CdWX12bGL396YGeIEhqiS

Question 14: How do I prepare for job interviews?

Check this lesson: LINK

Concept Related Students’ Doubts (Direct Video Links)

Here are the commonly asked questions and their answers. Just click on the question itself. It’s a clickable link that will take you to respective video on YouTube.

Difference between I AM DONE and I HAVE DONE?

Difference between SINCE, FOR and FROM?

What are 1st Person, 2nd person & 3rd person Singular-Plural subjects and their relation with “to be/to do/to have” verbs?

When and how to use “Is to, Am to, Are to, Was to, Were to, Has to, Have to, Had to, Having to”?

How to introduce yourself in interviews?

How to use THERE in sentences?

When and how shall we use IS, AM, ARE in all types of sentences?

How to make sentences like HOTA HAI, HOTA THA, HOTA HOGA?

Difference in use between WAS/WERE and HAD?

How to make sentences starting with KAASH?

What are the contractions used in English e.g. Ain’t, I’d’v, Shan’t, Won’t etc.?

How to write a letter in English?

What is the difference between EACH and EVERY?

How to answer Interview Questions?

Difference between MY and MINE, YOUR and YOURS, HER and HERS, THEIR and THEIRS & OUR and OURS?

How to tell your DAILY ROUTINE in Interview?

How to make sentences like KAB-2, KAHAAN-2, KAUN-2 etc.?

Spoken English and English Grammar Queries continues…..

Difference between Lie, Lay, Laid & Lain?

Where to use “A” and Where to use “An”?

How to use EVER, NEVER, FOREVER and NEVER EVER in sentences?

Difference between Been in and Been to?

How to use the slangs like GONNA, WANNA, GIMME & LEMME?

Difference between “How are you?” and “How have you been?”?

How to use Whichever, However, Whatever, Whoever, Whomever, Whatsoever, Howsoever etc.?

When to pronounce “THE” as “THEE”?

How to use “BEEN” in a sentence? (All cases in Detail)

Difference between “Who am I?” and “Who I am?”?

Difference between Hung and Hanged?

When to use “VERB + ING” and “TO VERB”?

What do “i.e.”, “e.g.” and “etc.” mean? And how are they used?

Why do we say “An MLA”, “An MP”, but “A DSP”?

How are there 1 alphabet, not 26?

How to improve Spelling Mistakes?

Difference between Altogether and All together?

Difference between Kindly and Please?

The subject of a sentence may be a noun, pronoun, gerund or infinitive. What does it mean?

26 English letters have 44 unique sounds, really?

What are Main Verbs, Helping Verbs, Linking Verbs, Copular Verbs, Stative Verbs & Dynamic Verbs?

How to use EXCLAMATION MARK in English?

What are Transitive Verbs, Intransitive Verbs, Finite Verbs, Non finite Verbs, Regular Verbs & Irregular Verbs?

Spoken English and English Grammar Queries continues…..

What does AM and PM stands for?

When to use “HAVING + V3”, “BEING + V3” or “HAVING BEEN + V3” in a sentence?

What is PANGRAM in a language?

Which are “To do” verbs in English?

How to use SEMICOLON in English?

How is MONEY uncountable and HAIR and STAR uncountable?

Difference between Say, Tell, Speak, Talk?

How to use LOVE as a noun and as a verb?

How to use ADDRESS as a noun and as a verb?

Y is not a vowel but acts as a vowel in few cases; which are those cases?

How is the word PEOPLES correct too?

What is the relation between Letters, Words, Sentences and Paragraphs?

How much is a million or billion?

Which are “To be” verbs in English?

How to use “This, That, These, Those” in English?

Spoken English and English Grammar Queries continues…..

Which are “To have” verbs in English?

How to use Apostrophe S (‘s) in English?

What is the difference between “Ram’s pen” and “The pen of Ram”?

Difference between (‘s) and (s’): Girl’s vs Girls’?

Why do we say “Good evening” if we meet someone at night?

How to tell the TIME in English?

How do we greet formally and informally greet someone while meeting or departing?

Define Assertive or Declarative Sentences in English?

How to say “Paune 2 baje hain.” or “Sawa 2 baje hain.”?

Punctuation marks in English?

How to use COLON in English?

Spoken English and English Grammar Queries continues…..

What are imperative Sentences?

What is the difference between “How are you? & “How are you doing?”?

What are exclamatory sentences / Interjections?

Every sentence has an object: Direct object, Indirect object, Prepositional object; or a complement: Subjective complement or Objective complement. What is the difference between object and complement?

What are three forms of verbs?

How to use COULD HAVE HAD?

What is indefinite pronoun?

How to use ONE in a sentence? One vs Ones vs One’s vs Ones’ vs Oneself?

What are the types of Pronoun: subjective pronoun, objective pronoun, demonstrative pronoun, possessive pronoun, interrogative pronoun?

Difference between EITHER and ONE?

What are the types of NOUN: Proper noun, Common noun, Collective noun, Material noun, Abstract noun?

Explain Genders in English: Masculine Gender, Feminine Gender, Neuter Gender, Common Gender?

Countable Noun and Uncountable Noun?

How to use COMMA in English?

When to use How many and when to use How much?

What are passive voice rules for all tenses?

How are FILLERS used in English conversations?

How to use QUOTATION MARK in English?

Spoken English and English Grammar Queries continues…..

What are Question Tags?

What is the full form of the symbol “&”?

Difference between Career and Carrier?

Difference between Girl’s vs Girls’?

What is the difference between S and Sh sound?

Difference between NEITHER and NONE?


Sound of A in English?

Sound of E in English?

What is the difference between V and W sound?

Sound of I in English?

Sound of O in English?

Three Z sounds in English?

Sound of U in English?

How to use INVERTED COMMAS in English?

Sound of Half S in English?

Difference between Wake up and Get up?

I’d = I would or I had ?

Difference between “My heart is broken.” and “My heart has broken.”?

Sound of C, G, STION, TH in English?

Difference between “Go” and “Do go”?

One sentence can be used in MULTIPLE SENSE, How?

Spoken English and English Grammar Queries continues…..

How to make sentences like “Rote rote”, “khaate khaate”, “chalte chalte” etc.?

Difference between BREATH and BREATHE?

Difference between “He is in Delhi.” and “He has been in Delhi.”?

How to make negative sentences of LET?

Difference between “What are you thinking?” and “What you are thinking?”?

How to use APOSTROPHE in English?

Difference between SINCE WHEN and FOR HOW LONG and FROM WHEN?

How to use LET in English?

Difference between DUE TO, OWING TO and BECAUSE OF?

How to make sentences related to RAIN and HAIL?

What is the difference between ACROSS and BEYOND?

Difference between HEAR and LISTEN?

How to use “BEING” in a sentence? (All cases in Detail)

Difference between LEARNT and LEARNED?

How to use FULL STOP in English?

Difference between COMPLAIN and COMPLAINT?

How to prepare Independence Day Speech?

Difference between I AM GONE and I HAVE GONE?

How to prepare Teachers’ Day Speech?

How to use WAGE as a noun and as a verb?

What are Present Indefinite Tense Rule?

How to change Direct Speech into Indirect Speech?

Difference between SEE, WATCH and LOOK?

What is the difference between Past Indefinite Tense, Present Prefect Tense and Past Perfect Tense?

How to use WOULD HAVE HAD?

What is the difference between GERUND and INFINITIVES?

Spoken English and English Grammar Queries continues…..

How to use “BE” in a sentence? (All cases in Detail)

What are participles and its types: Present Participle, Past Participle & Perfect Participle?

How to use MAY HAVE HAD?


How to use Should have, Would have & Could have?

How to use Should be, Should have & Should have been?

Difference between VOICE and SOUND?

What is the difference between IT and THIS?

How is EVEN used with different meanings?

What’s the TRICK to translate sentences from Hindi to English?

Difference between KEEP and PUT?

What are passive voice rules for all modal verbs?


When and why do we use HAS HAD, HAVE HAD or HAD HAD together in a sentence?

What is the difference between UNDER, BENEATH & UNDERNEATH?

How to use MIGHT HAVE HAD?

When and how can we use “Could be, Could have & Could have been”?

Spoken English and English Grammar Queries continues…..

When and how can we use “Would be, Would have & Would have been”?

Please cover all the Prepositions in one video?

What is the difference between ABOVE and OVER?


Difference between “I am fine.” and “I have been fine.”?

What is the difference between WILL HAVE TO and WOULD HAVE TO?

When to use WILL and when to use WOULD?

What is the difference between ON, UPON & ONTO?

What are determiners?


What are ARTICLES (A, AN, THE)?

How to use USED TO?

What are ADVERBS?

What is the difference between BETWEEN, AMONG & AMONGST?

How to use DOES NOT HAVE or DID NOT HAVE in sentences?

What are Adjectives and Adjective Clauses?


Spoken English and English Grammar Queries continues…..

How to use DID NOT HAVE in sentences?

What is the difference between ALSO, EVEN, EITHER, AS WELL and TOO?

Could is used in which all cases?

How to learn all 12 tenses?

What is the difference between EXCEPT and BESIDES?

How to learn all Conjunctions?

What are passive voice rules for Infinitives?

If you have any questions, please do mention in comments below, so that I could cover them in videos too if not covered yet. Thank you.

– Aditya Rana




81 thoughts on “English Grammar & Spoken English Queries”

  1. Sir i asked u to make video on the sense (hona) where to use which from these -get, be, occupy. Have …
    Then you replied i have noticed i will make video upon it but u didn’t make so far plz sir when will u make a video about it…

    1. It’s used for the sense of “OPPOSITELY/IN REVERSE”.
      We were good friends. We used to play together. He would teach me new tricks and vice versa.
      Hum achhe dost the. Hum sath khelte the. Wo mujhe nayi tricks sikhata tha or MAIN BHI USE SIKHATA THA.

  2. Hello sir, I want to ask a question from you when we say to students sabaq sunao then how can we say this in English.

  3. Really fabulous information given through this blog. We have been trying our best to get that goal which we have already set up .we are trying a lot for speaking, listening and writing. Thank you sir. May God bless you 🌺🌺🙏🙏

  4. Your videos are really lucid, comprehensive, most intelligible and above all you are rendering yeoman service to the young or old aspirants. Once again I really salute your commendable contribution towards enrichment of English grammatical awareness.

  5. Thank you so much for your incredible support , sir aap mere liye Bhagwan ho .. aap ke parsnal number chahiye kyo ki me apse milna chahta hu ye meri dilli echha h …

    Banwari lal sharma
    Student of Aditya’s sir…

  6. Sir could you please suggest me some good English speakers whose English is understandable that can help me in listening to the videos please sir do their videos link

  7. Sir,
    I had emailed you tomorrow with some file attachments. In that mail I had asked you to check my mistakes I had made in those attachments. I had mailed on englishwale345@gmail.com but I got a reply to mail again on englishwale12@gmail.com
    I tried so many times but I couldn’t. It has been saying that the email is wrong. Please look into this matter so that after knowing my mistakes I will be able to resolve them and practice more

  8. Ritesh bhandari

    Good evening sir ,
    Pls provide me complet spoken English coarse as like many institute’s are provides. Sir I am very confused about that from I should start and finishe English lessons
    So I request you pls make one spoken English coarse which has day limits.

  9. Iqbal Ahmed Shaikh

    Respected sir

    My name is iqbal shaikh, i am your student on YouTube by Spoken English Guru channel.
    I have been studying here since feb 2019 and i have a learnt lot of things by only your help..

    At this before i was really don’t know that how to speak in English but having attended your class i felt that this is the one platform where i can learn more.

    But i have one problem that whenever I try to speak in English mostly i feel hesitate and get fumble while talking.

    And sir i am feeling very bad right now because same as happened to me yesterday actually where i work from that company one function had to be done whlie live session in program suddenly in my hand has been holded mike by someone to speak about company.

    When i did stand then i saw there were many people in that banquet hall and while talking i was fumbling but still i tried, but people were looking at me and laughing henceforth i had losted my all confidence.

    I just need to know sir, have i done right?
    I mean i was not able to speak in front of many people but still i had tried so did i right?
    Or should i accept that i won’t be able to speak in English..
    Please help me sir..
    And thanks for your love and guidens..

    Your sincerely

    Iqbal shaikh.


    Sir please make videos on read English news paper in a easy way…. there are difficulty to understanding English news paper.

  11. Hi Aditya sir,
    Could you please make videos fo below topics
    1) do,did,does,done – proper use
    4)And which newspaper is good to read on daily basis for improvement vocab and confidence.
    Please sir ,wating for your reply.
    Thanks in advance.

    1. Dear Ketan,
      1) do,did,does,done – proper use

      Watch the following two lessons:
      Lesson 3: Simple Sentences – Present, Past & Future
      Lesson 4: All Tenses

      Lesson 14: Concept & Use of “Be Being Been” in English

      Any English newspaper…

  12. Shubhrajit panda

    1. Sir what is the verb form of quick. 2. I_____when you arrived .(cook)
    3. By the end of the next month, Gopal_____for his hotel.(Leave) 4. I think Seema ______home tomorrow. (Return)

    1. 1. what is the verb form of quick? – It’s an adjective only so can’t have verb forms.
      2. I__cooked___when you arrived .(cook)
      3. By the end of the next month, Gopal___will leave__for his hotel.(Leave) 4. I think Seema __will return____home tomorrow. (Return)

  13. Hi, Sir. I’m fine and hope that Your are quite well.
    I belong to Pakistan and used Your videos for enhancement of my English fluency.
    I have a question sir, Can you make a separate video about the classification of Idioms, Proverb, Clause and Phrase. and will explain that What are the different b/w Idioms and Proverbs. If it is Possible than must make a video for our help Sir. Thanks again.
    Waiting for soon and positive Response

  14. Hello Sir My Name is Amit Negi i am from Uttarakhand, sir i have been waching your video last 4 month, sir your teaching style outstanding i am very inspire your journey, you are one of my best teacher love you sir god bless you

    1. Man is known by the company he keeps. (“Man is known by the company” – Simple Sentence Present Category 1 with Verb’s 3rd form AND “he keeps” – Present Indefinite Active Voice)

  15. Dear sir
    hello good evening sir,
    Myself Praveen , I learn with the help of your video about tense rules and form of sentences .
    if i know about well with the help of your video…
    I am a beginner & joined a new company where most of the colleagues talk in english…
    so as consider this one keep in mind …

    Note:- so next topic kiseh krna chahiye sir because english toa kaafi vast hai ..!!
    only the main consider well in speaking and talking.
    help please.

    Thank you

  16. Good evening sir, I want to buy your book , ” Spoken English guru kit. Bt on Amazon, it’s unavailable. So please tell me sir, how can I buy this book. Please sir

  17. Sir, I’m proud of you because you’ve taught me how to make Sentences in English and I thank you for teaching. Please reply, sir

  18. “mujhase yah karaaya jaata hai?”

    This is a present indefinite passive voice sentence.
    What will be it’s translation?

  19. Cutting tool. -verb (cut )
    Of taking. -verb (take)
    By reading. -verb (read)
    From watching. -verb (watch)
    For running. -verb (run)
    You doing. -verb (do)
    Building. -verb (build)
    Stop trying. -verb( both verbs)

    What as verbs are used to make above vocabulary ????????????
    Can we use each verb to build above vocabulary??????????

  20. He as well as you is chartereded account./ he is chartered accountant as well as you are chartered account. Which is right.

  21. Respected sir ,aap ka yeh karya English sikhana bahoot hi mahatva rakhata he.mai Hindi bhashi Hun or annay bhasha sikhana ka shok hia .mai would shabd PR aapse bat karna chahta hu. Aap ke would SE sambndhit lag bhag sare u tube PR prakashit ka addhyan kiya or aap ke sath sath Anya teachers ke bhi ,Mene paya Jo aap dete ho vaha sabse pyara or with logic hota hai, or pad kr lagayata hai ki you are an aunthic to write and explain. Mene paya would shabd kahene Vale ke bhavo ko express karya hai, atha ek aesa session banaya have jisme would SE sambndhit sare prayogo ko Hindi ke bhavo ko chehare PR lakr English banai jave, is par Mene bahoot koshish ki PR vishay PR kuch or ghyan ki aavshakta hai. Aap ies vishay PR bahoot adhik command rakhete hai , ies liye aapse prarthana hai ki ek aesa session banaya jave jisme Hindi ke would SE sambndhit sare kathano ko chehare PR lakr bola jave or uski English would ke pryog ke sath explain kiya jave . ies praker iese yad nahi karna padega or bolne Vale ke bhavo usse would me prayog ki English banva denge. Mene prayas kiya PR ies vishay PR abhi bhi kuch, baki hai , ies vishay PR aap SE bat karna chahta Hun. Moka deve, aap ka yeha karya English sikhene here ek aashirvad ho sakta hai.
    Thank you.

  22. Hello Sir,
    In the context of “Be” verb :
    For example,
    1. I don’t want to scold you.
    But when we use “infinitive passive transformation”
    The sentence will be :
    I don’t want to be scolded.

    Sir, my question is, can we convert this sentence by using the form of “Being” as under :

    I don’t want being scolded.

    Sir, please suggest me alternate way of making this sentence.

  23. I want to learn English basic to advance but I do not live in India and can not read Hindi but can understand, do you have any material in roman Hindi/Urdu for me in pdf form?

    If you have any link please share me on my email address: umarsheikh2204@gmail.com

  24. Hello sir mera ek question hai ki spelling likhte samy ‘a’ aur ‘e’ me main confused ho jati hu to ye kaise jane ki kab ‘a’ ayega kab ‘e’ ayega aur kab dono ‘ea word ayege ayege. Please reply sir.

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