This blog attempts to share the assential of English Language to meet the needs of pupil in the Secondary School and to whom English is a foreign tongue. While I agree that learning the knowledge of English here is not the highroad to good speaking and writing, it must be acknowledged that English Proficiency is an important element in speaking and writing correctly. Pupils as well teachers should find this blog of some assistence, and those who wish to conduct a more extensive study of English Proficiency, will find it useful as a starting-point.

Friday, January 21, 2011


Writing Guide :

1. In type of composition, you have to describe something clearly. It may be an event, incident, a person or a place.

2. Read the question and information given carefully. Make sure you understand what the topic is about.

3. If you are describing a person who is still standing alive, you should use the Present Tense. If you are describing an event that has already over, you should use the Past Tense.

4. Plan your draf so that your ideas flow smoothly and are correctly organized into paragraphs.

5. Your draf should have an introduction, a body and a conclusion.

6. Read your draf and amend it if necessary. Remember to avoid any mistakes and correct all errors.