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"Mr. Naeem is the Language Expert specialized in language trainings. He is the writer of NeoEnglish, IELTS Training and NeoLinguistics".
I love language because words create experience and experience makes change. Language makes us and defines our present, past and future. Language is the most powerful tool to break status quo and bring change in life.
Mr. Naeem is the director of NEO - Naeem Educational Organization. He is an MA English with PGD-Linguistics.

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      NeoEnglish is the easiest and the most effective way of learning English at all levels. NeoEnglish finds out your key weakness and teaches you the English you need instead of things you don't need.
      Speak English to any body, any time, any where and become successful.

      Why NeoEnglish?

      I have met people who spent years in English but still they cannot speak it. It is not their fault. They have been trained in the wrong belief that grammar is the way to learn and speak fluent English. So they focus on grammar and reading newspapers. The right approach to learning English is simple:

      • Get motivated.
      • Study Language Chunks and Lexis.
      • Don’t study grammar but Learn Syntax
      • Learn English in Social Situations.
      • Practice in the right way.

      NeoEnglish was first provided by Sir Naeem to different private schools, institutions and individuals as ESL or EFL learners catering for their linguistic needs in every day communication. NeoEnglish is the result of Sir. Naeem’s efforts in language research and methodology.
      If you are a basic learner of English, remember, fluency is more important than grammar.


      NeoEnglish is based on NeoMethod. Sir. Naeem believes that Learner’s Autonomy is the key in learning English Language so he puts greater emphasis on Mind, Body and Articulation (MBA). Once, you can control your mind and body in a certain way, articulation takes place automatically.
      Learning becomes breezy easy.
      NeoMethod is the best because it’s scientific and based on Applied Linguistics. It takes the best from James Asher, Stephan Krashen, F.B. Skinner, Lozanov, Charles Curran and many others who researched in Language Studies and created remarkable findings in their famous works such as TRP, The Power of Reading and The Verbal Behaviour. These are proven techniques which have helped millions of people across the world in learning language for communication.
      NEO believes that the only purpose of language is useful communication.

      The following are the core features of NeoMethodology.

      • Find your passion and learn. NeoMethod is not traditional. It’s NEW so we call it NeoMethod. NeoMethod teaches language in a way that creates passion. The more passionate you are, the more you learn. NeoMethod inspires confidence and passion.
      • Don’t study grammar. Learn goal-oriented syntax and learn it to the skill you want to develop. Grammar itself is a wrong turn. You have already spent many years of your life but you didn't learn to write or speak powerful English.
      • Don’t worry about your vocabulary weakness, learn lexis and language chunks for quick improvement of vocabulary in a few days.
      • MetaLearn with NeoMethod. Learning is forgetting. MetaLearning is a part of NeoMethod that helps students remember what they learn without having to struggle. Metalearning improves memory. NeoMethod teaches you how to learn and you take control of your learning.
      • Learn with an Expert Trainer. You have heard that practice makes perfect but wrong practice makes perfect wrong. If you are practicing wrong, your mistakes will become perfect. So, an expert trainer is important who should guide you and train you to your learning goals.
      NeoMethod combines expertise, honesty and science into creating a system that has worked for me, is working for others and will work for you if you need language skills.

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            IELTS is an International English Language Testing System. IELTS has three versions: IELTS Academic for students, IELTS General for Immigration and IELTS LifeSkills for Spouse Visa. IELTS has four modules:

            IELTS Test Structure

            The total test time is 2 hours and 45 minutes. Candidates are tested in listening, reading, writing and speaking. All candidates take the same Listening and Speaking Modules. There is a choice between Academic and General Training in the Reading and Writing Modules. The General Training Reading and Writing Modules emphasize basic survival skills in a broad social and educational context.

            • Listening module (4 sections, 40 questions) ---> duration 30 minutes
            • Academic reading/general training reading module (3 sections, 40 questions) ---> duration 60 minutes
            • Academic writing/general training writing (2 tasks, 150 and 250 words) ---> duration 60 minutes
            • Speaking module (a face-to-face interview) ---> duration 11 - 14 minutes
            The first three modules - Listening, Reading and Writing - must be completed in one day.
            There is no break between the modules. The Speaking Module may be taken, at the discretion of the test centre, in the period seven days before or after the other modules.

            Follow simple IELTS tips

            Speaking Tips

            IELTS is not a test of intelligence. The main purpose of IELTS Speaking is communication. They want to test your ability to communicate so they can band you accordingly. IELTS Examiners don’t want to test your knowledge, your intelligence, your accent, your personality or your educational level. They want to test how well you can communicate in English?
            Speak fluently without stop. Don't worry about grammatical mistakes. Never give a short answer.

            Listening Tips

            Listening is the easiest part for most students. The first two parts are mainly focused on MicroListening which means they test your ability to understand specific items i.e. dates, names and spelling while the last two parts of Listening are focused more on MacroListening which means they test your ability to understand global aspect of listening, the main theme, situational chunk and the type of information you can infer from the listening situation and how you can use it to answer the questions. The best way to improve listening is not to watch movies or listen to songs, the best way is to listen to guided structured listening material that will improve critical listening skills in different aspects of the listening test.
            When the speaker says, "You have some time", You must read the questions and make predictions. This will greatly improve your understanding of IELTS Listening.

            Reading Tips

            IELTS Reading is the most difficult for most people. The best thing to do in IELTS Reading is not to read the passage first. You should read the questions first and circle the key words and find the relevant answers in the passage. Don’t try to understand the whole passage, you never can in 60 minutes.
            Don't worry about vocabulary. IELTS Reading is built for keywords and synonyms. Improve your synonyms, not vocabulary.

            Writing Tips:

            Writing can be a challenging test. It is recommended that students should make some notes prior to writing their tasks. Most students jump into writing quickly. Planning in writing is crucial. Plan for 5 minutes in Task 1 and 10 Minutes in Task 2. Once you have your plan in hand, you can easily start writing and you can focus more on choice of words and sentence structure rather than coherence of ideas.
            Always revise your writing so you can correct any mistakes you made.

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            Linguistics is the scientific study of language for practical purposes. Linguistics helps you in many areas of life. Best of all, it makes you a language expert. NeoLinguistics helps you understand how language system works and how language principles act together to form human communication and behavior.
            NeoLinguistics relates to personality, society, literature, personal change, human health and corporate trainings.

            Benefits of Linguistics

            Linguistics relates to all fields of life so every body in any field can benefit from Linguistics.

            • As a teacher, you can use Linguistics to teach English better. 
            • As a businessman, you can use Linguistics to improve your Communication Skills and lead teams better. 
            • As a manager, you can use Linguistics to make powerful presentations. 
            • As a doctor, you can use Linguistics for healing effect on patients. 
            • As a student, you can sharpen your critical thinking and linguistics helps you learn fast.
            Linguistics can help you find a new meaning in life.

            The Scope of Linguistics

            Linguistics deals with Language at three levels. The building block of language is the level at which we study language scientifically in general and this level is called Linguistics. A linguist is mainly concerned with the Structure of Language and Linguistics is the scientific study of this structure. There are three things that make the structure of language. NeoLinguistics identifies these levels as:

            (1) MicroLinguistics
            (2) MacroLinguistics
            (3) MetaLinguistics.
            MicroLinguistics that deals with the internal structure of language including Sound, Syntax, Morphology and Semantics.
            MacroLinguistics studies language in relation to other fields such as Psychology, Society and Literature that become Psycholinguistics, Socio-linguistics and Stylistics respectively and Metalinguistics deals with Language for change – both personal and social. It gives us fields such as NLP, Leadership and Communication.
            The practical side of Linguistics for teaching purposes is called TELF (Teaching of English as foreign language) – that makes an excellent Modern English Language teacher.

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                  If you speak English fluently but your pronunciation is poor, you lose all power of Language. Pronunciation has always been difficult for students to acquire. Teachers have focused mainly on reading and writing but they never trained students in speaking and pronunciation. This results in poor pronunciation.
                  If your pronunciation is weak, you cannot understand English movies and English News because their accent is different. It is surprising for most people that we do even the basic Alphabet of English wrong.

                  Bad Pronunciation is a Personality Killer

                  Bad pronunciation kills your personal image. Speaking English in bad accent always undermines your personality. English Language must be articulated in the right pronunciation of the natives who actually use it. Good pronunciation is personal branding.

                  Pronunciation for Business and Job

                  Wrong pronunciation can communicate wrong message. Good Pronunciation always pays – it is required for making business presentations and job interviews. Pronunciation is the key reason for understanding and misunderstanding the message.
                  Most call-center jobs are reserved for people who know English Phonetics and Pronunciation.

                  Pronunciation Problems

                  It is difficult for most people to pronounce even basic alphabet correctly. For example, people will say:

                  Q /kyau/
                  Right pronunciation is /kh-yoo/

                  Even a small vowel or consonant mistake will render your education worthless. For example:

                  Suite = two double rooms
                  Normally, even educated people pronounce it as /soot/
                  correct pronunciation is /sweet/

                  Similarly, when words form sentences, pronunciation becomes even more important. Look at the following example:

                  Wuja gimi da play, fitsokay?

                  The above sentence will never be understood properly when spoken fluently by a native speaker of English. It is actually spoken as:

                  Would you give me the plate if it is OK?
                  Accent is reduced.
                  Silent letters can be very confusing. A very common mispronunciation is /tom-b/ for Tomb.
                  Some will pronounce it as /tom/
                  But the correct pronunciation is /toom/

                  British and American is another area.

                  The British say:
                  I bought a car. /a-bo- a-ka/

                  The Americans say:
                  I bought a car. /ai- bot-a-khaar/.
                  Only fluent English is not enough, accent reduction and pronunciation will improve your speaking power.

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                    You have heard me many times saying, “Don’t study grammar”.
                    Yes, you are right.
                    And yes, I am right, too.
                    Don’t study grammar if you want to speak fluent English to communicate your basic needs in social situations because you can learn to speak correct and fluent English without grammar and advanced vocabulary.
                    If you have confusion why “Police are coming” is correct and “Police is coming” is wrong or you are confused whether "The man, who came...." or "The man who came..." is correct and in writing, if you cannot find a proper word or structure for proper meaning or you need to explain to some one as a teacher the difference between, 'Will' and 'Would'
                    Grammar is a must.

                    Why Do You Need Grammar?

                    If you want to write better and speak better, grammar is very important. It is important for effective and powerful communication at Work, Relation and Exam. You need grammar because grammar is the only way to write and speak powerful English. 

                    Without grammar, 

                    Your business message will be misunderstood.
                    You will have trouble passing PMS/CSS/BA/MA English Exams.
                    You cannot write or speak better.
                    Grammar develops your critical thinking skills, helps you make better decisions, gives you the ability to self-correct your spoken and written mistakes.
                    Grammatical mistakes in your CV and Job Interview will kill your job. Grammatical mistakes on the job communication will undermine the personality of the employee and create a bad impression. Grammar is unquestionably crucial in Business Communication where mistakes cost money.

                    Old School and NeoGrammar

                    Don’t study grammar of the old school. Old school has rigid and wrong approach to grammar. NeoGrammar has the scientific, functional and modern approach to grammar.
                      • Old school tells you there are 8 parts of speech. NeoGrammar tells you that there are 10 parts of speech. 
                      • Old school tells you there are 12 English Tenses. NeoGrammar tells you there are only 2 Tenses in English, the rest are not tenses, they are aspects of English Grammar. 
                      • Old schools teaches prescriptive grammar (filled with boring complicated rules) while NeoGrammar teaches modern descriptive grammar (filled with functions and roles rather than rules) 
                      • Old school teaches phrases and clauses and their kinds, NeoGrammar covers all words, phrases and clauses in 5 easy systems that any body can learn. 
                      • Old school teaches grammar for the sake of grammar, NeoGrammar teaches you grammar for practical purposes.
                      NeoGrammar takes the modern flexible and easy yet powerfully correct approach to advanced grammar and vocabulary.
                      NeoGrammar solves all grammatical and lexical needs of modern learners.

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                      Write Better; Speak Better with NeoGrammar

                      Academic writing is any formal written work in an academic setting. It is a different genre in its scope and style. It is a clear, focused, well-structured and evidence-based piece of writing. This is writing for education and its main purpose is to enhance the reader's understanding of a certain debatable issue. Unlike copy writing, academic writing is highly formal in tone, style and use of language and it requires certain writing conventions.
                      Academic writing is a style of expression which has a formal and logical structure and it defines the intellectual scope and expertise of the writer.

                      Literary Analysis is a Form of Academic Writing

                      Academic writing comes in many forms. The most common is literary analysis in which we analyze a literary text such as poem, drama, novel etc for the purpose of appreciation and understanding. This is not mere summarisation; it is a complete close reading with stylistic and thematic examination of the work of art. I have written many stylistic and literary analysis of literature. One example is John Ashbery's Poem, ''Melodic Trains' and 'The Painter'. An extract from the poem, 'Melodic Trains' is quoted here:
                      According to Ashbery, ‘Life is in motion’. The poem shows melodically sounding related series of thoughts that are developing in mind. They are called Melodic trains for they have the power to transform the minds of people from some ordinary experience to some particular. The poem is a fine example of stream of consciousness technique. The poem shows the complexity of thoughts as they pass through a sensitive mind of a poet. A poetic mind has a greater capacity for associating this similar and distinct thought. That is why; the poem has more than one layer of meaning. The title itself suggests the thought process growing on within the poet’s mind. The outer journey in the real train is paralleled by a symbolic train of thoughts and melodies, poetic ideas running through the mind. The first thought or theme present in the poem is the expression of vanities through appearances. When the little girl asks the poet what time it is. Melodic Trains becomes a journey of life, the faces of passengers and what all the time goes in their minds - like every one of us.
                       The Painter by John Ashbery:
                      Sitting between the sea and the buildings/ He enjoyed painting the seas portrait” The sea is a symbol of creativity and the unexplored depths of human consciousness. It also resents the vitality and essence or life, which has been long ignored. The buildings and their architecture are the explored and achieved conditions of art. The painter symbolizes the creative and modern urge and the people in the buildings are traditional critics who fail to understand the philosophy of art. Symbolically, the poem shows the condition of the artist sandwiched between two contrasting forces behind art; conventional, traditional and superficial approach on the one hand and modern, creative, experimental and innovative on the other. The modern artist is not restricted by the limited and restrictive view of life. He is the controller of his art and defines its parameters. He believes that art is all-powerful and vast and it cannot be conceived in a traditional narrow thinking. His analogy of child’s prayer is not analogy only; it presents a philosophy of art - the art too is like a prayer.
                      An extract from Anthem of doomed Youth by Wilfred Owen as anlysed by Prof. Naeem
                      Stylistic Analysis: There is no morphological complexity; however, there is syntactic confusion. The poem starts with a rhetorical question; which shows the poet’s anger; which ironically means that there should be formal prayers for these soldiers and not passing bells only. The question mark which should end the four line ends the first line to foreground it and the last line as a result of the lines in between which are short and not complex. So the first 4 lines become foregrounded. The auxiliaries have been dropped; as it is done in informal situations. Auxiliaries show connection and construction; their absence in the poem shows the absence of construction in society due to war and destruction of people. The first sentence has embedding in it as it should be read as: What passing-bells for these who die as cattle/Can patter out their hasty orisons. ?.....-Only the monstrous anger of the guns/Only the stuttering rifles' rapid rattle. The parallelism of Not in the hands of boys, but in their eyes shows identity and contrast in a unique way. Candles are held in the hands; but their eyes will be burning like candles for the grief they share. Doomed' links 'doomed' and 'youth' through assonance, thus tying the two concepts more closely tied. The presupposition of 'doomed' is also more poignant. Dead youths must already be dead, but doomed youths are not yet dead but doomed to die. A textual world is thus set up where the persona is walking through the battlefield, talking about not just those who have died, but also those who are in the process of dying and those who are soon to die.

                      Another form of Academic Writing is Research Paper

                      Another very common form of academic writing is research paper or thesis writing. This form of writing largely depends on outside information to make an argument or support a thesis. Research paper includes sources and sources are cited normally according to in APA or MLA writing conventions. One example of research writing can be traced in the Introduction extracted from an Academic Essay, 'Happiness and Personal Choice':
                      Happiness doesn’t spring from hereditary composition of human genes; it lies in human control that can shape and determine how happy we are and how happy we can become. Human beings are not helpless pawns in the hands of genes to seek happiness; on the contrary, happiness can be very much triggered by human choices made at will in different distressing situations where happiness needs to be most sought. In this essay, I will discuss how happiness is a personal choice regardless of whatever composition of genes have been inherited from our forefathers, how this personal choice can be executed and why genes are not a barrier to our happiness.
                      Another example from the conclusion extracted from the argumentative essay, 'Happiness comes from within, not without'.
                      The crux of the above discussion is that we can only enjoy permanent and lasting bliss in the midst of hardships and sufferings by changing our self and our perspective so that we can stand happy, excited and joyous regardless of any positive or negative stimulus from the environment. Material happiness is temporary and transient while spiritual happiness produces far-reaching results. Happiness is a choice; it is not an event– it is something creative – you can create happiness by changing your perspective and state of being.
                      Academic writing is a highly specialized form of writing that follows a clear, logical and impersonal tone and supports our point of view in an evidence-based approach.

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