Here’s what we’re going to do here:

  • Discuss, by all means, everything we possibly can about the English language. Remember, even a discussion entails verbal ability.
  • Find out what learning style works best for each one of you, and how you can improve your existing verbal skill set.
  • Have Q/A sessions and open challenges that are likely to make your learning experience a bit more exciting.
  • Meet challenges such as vocab building and essay writing with vigour and valour.

This is, by no means, an exhaustive list. We’re here to charge up verbal prep, we’re here to have fun and perhaps dance our troubles away. It can be any way you want. There’s no one way to learn. So let’s all be extraordinary. Let’s begin.

For test-specific questions, head over to the Official Verbal Prep Group.

 


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