Monday, February 28, 2011 10:12:02 AM
Learning English through the grammar is more important than learning English through practices. When you are in an English environment it is easy for you to learn how they speak but if you do not know the rules you cant write. Grammatical rules are important for writing. It is seen that a student takes years before he finally reaches a place. Some students fail to understand. Why they fail? Because the terms of English are not clear to them or the terms are explained the other way. Terms are presented in a hard language. As you say WHAT IS A NAME IS A NOUN. It is not presented in a correct way. Name is a noun but proper noun. What about common nouns? Table, chair, computer, house are not names but why they belong to noun then? My T.R's theory says EVERY VISIBLE OBJECT IS A NOUN (with a little exception) WHEN A QUESTION MARK IS GIVEN AGAINST A NOUN IT IS ADJECTIVE. WHEN THE NOUN MOVES IT A VERB. IF YOU PUT A QUESTION AGAINST THE VERB IT IS .ADVERB. This is like
"The mad dog runs quickly"
The dog ? = mad
The dog (?) =runs
Runs ? = quickly
There are more beautiful process to learn English through clues and symbols of T.R theory. T.R's theory is named after the two initials of my first and last names Tuhin Rahman. If you want to know more about this theory or any term or if you want to solve any grammatical problem please comment here.
Sunday, February 20, 2011 12:39:14 PM
Yes, it was a show. People from all around eastern Dhaka gathered at the field. People still could not guess what type of programme was going to be staged. They even could not recognise me who was sitting in the audience among them. They were whispering, chatting about the programme. None could guess anything about it. Is it a classroom in the big field? Or, is it a show of no interests?
They had been hearing for couple of days that someone named Tuhin Rahman was going to arrange a seminar in the field. Is it possible to hold a seminar in the open field? Who is this hot headed man? My cousin warned me. He thought there wont be coming any man to the programme. Learning English grammar is no interesting subject. Do some party rather than that. But finally they all were here. They could not believe their own eyes that there were no seat vacant. 600 seats were all occupied. And then the girl announced my name as the teacher. I climbed on the stage and inaugurated the show. Oh they could not ever believe that an education programme might be so lively and interesting. There was no sponsor. I spend all. Building stage in the field, chairs, volunteers, leaflets, DTS sounds, projector, hiring announcer, lightman and all. And it was a free seminar for them all. I demonstrated on the projection screen that how one can start writing in English and do it without mistakes. What I taught I asked them in a quiz. There were 10 quiz and those who could win got prizes one copy of T.R'S THEORY as a prize. I will soon arrange next seminar in some other venues.