26 thoughts on “Do you Need Shashi Tharoor like English to Qualify IELTS or TOEFL IBT Examination?”

  1. Mainak Chakraborty

    This is an astounding blog. After reading this I have gone through some of Shashi Tharoor’s speeches, debates and kind of biography contents. What I found is the difference between him (and like him who has great oratory skills) and us and going to elaborate now.

    So, if we consider our spoken English skill as a pyramid, the base (large amount) is always be basic English that we all know or use. Next comes to intermediate, advance and pro (smallest part) .
    It’s very clear that the number of people using basic English is very larger than pros or advanced speakers. If we talk about intermediate then most of people, like who actually have the knowledge of strong vocabularies, stuck in this portion. Due to lack of practice they don’t able to proceed in advance section.

    Now about the exams, I am green about the process but if one has more vocabulary stocks still he/she has not much oratory skills, I think they can also score 7 to 9 if the exam is all written.

    Finally if you want to be Shashi Tharoor you must have many vocabulary stocks, more practices of speaking power and also gaining the thought process in English.
    But to crack the ILETS or TOEFL all you need is just be yourself.

  2. Being a logophile from very beginning of my academic career, I try to follow Dr. SHASHI THAROOR.I still remember watching and listening to his speeches and whenever an unknown word comes out of his mouth I used to jot those down and check it on Google to use those later on.
    There is no doubt he is an excellent speaker, unequivocally one of the most precious orators, Mother India can be proud of. But in my opinion when you have to address the whole nation you don’t have to and you shouldn’t show of your language skills as still most of the people of this nation struggle to understand English language. And it’s not their fault. It is not our mother tongue. We as a student are learning it to shine bright in future. Everyone doesn’t need this.
    To me, a good public speaker or even a writer who speaks or write for the common people should not be using a humongous punch in every damn sentence as people are not so patient all the time to search those on Google. It breaks readers’ or listeners’ morale.
    A good speaker should speak in language, the listeners can understand.

    The topic was definitely about IELTS or TOEFL and that’s true that even if someone can’t be like Tharoor, he or she must have a good stock of words in order to get qualified in those exams but as an orator no one should use terms those are beyond reach of common audience.

    Sharatchandra was more accepted and more read nationwide than Bankimchandra. What do you think the reason behind it?

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  9. Souradeep Mukherjee

    Very well written sir. I must say that you have written this blog with great incubation. The vocabulary you used in the blog is beyond my imagination, you maintain a great perseverance with the language. For this you have my obeisances.
    Mr. Sashi Tharoor is filip for any english speaker. He studied in UK but never forgot his own culture. The articulation from him is impeccable. He is the jack of english language. He has a gazillion of vocabulary which is almost perpetual for a person like me, just like a dictionary, even he made the British people baffle, some words he used during debates were completely made them obscure.
    It is palpable to everyone that taking Mr. Sashi Tharoor’s exam in english would be a complete waste of time. Because the examiner will be shattered by his vocabulary and their is a saying that ” Sometimes proving yourself is also an insult “. He is an epitome himself, he don’t need to prove it.

  10. This time without any doubt our dearest IG sir has shown his writting skills with a “Shashi tharoor” manner itself. I was confused while reading this article about the fact that is Shashi tharoor is praising himself or not. I must say I have never met Shashi tharoor but I am seeing you that is enough. Take my gratitude for this well written article which have a potential to won the title of best article available in Internet about Sashi tharoor and the Importance of vocabulary for any student who want to be a part of best spoken english course available online.

    Shashi tharoor is kind of person that firstly known for his oratory skills and for doctorate level control over English.
    Through his speeches he always try to enrich us with new vocabulary which are efficient but not used frequently. His oratory skills in parliament has been always praised. He did his studies from UK but he always hold up his patriotic thought in many debate which are oraganised by the British channels. Though from political ideology people can judge him in a wrong way but I must say “Love him or hate him you can’t ignore him”. He have set a bar to the native speakers of Britain that they are not sure about touching his proficiency levels of English.

    As a matter of fact I dont think any one in india can scale his English skills. I think examiners of IELTS should bring dictionary for taking his test. He himself is a living English book. So judging his English skills with IELTS is a waste of time and energy of the examiner because we know full marks is always waiting for him when English language skills are concerned.

  11. To qualify for the IELTS or TOEFL IBT exam and to get good results, one must be proficient in English like Shashi Tharoor . It’s a matter of pride for the country that he has always been an admire of the unparalleled knowledge of the English language as well as being a skilled politician. His speaking in English and his thoughts and pronunciation of words are so clear that what sets him apart from others. He is a legend with his various techniques behind success especially people who are interest in learning English and he is a great personality to enhance his skills and vocabulary about English. The way has represented the country in the world court and is doing it is really a source of pride for the country. If he participates in the IELTS or TOEFL IBT exams, he will get 9 out of 9 because it is very difficult to bit him.

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