Welcome to Vocab Dhaba – the craziest Dhaba on YouTube ( & Internet). At this Dhaba; we present ENGLISH with Desi Tadka in a crazy, funny & in a Bollywood way. Dhaba has been there on FB since 2011. But the idea of converting the crazy content into Videos happened in May 2020. The first couple of months of Corona Virus Lock-down were really stressful. We at home really wanted to divert our minds. So, we bought the equipment, shot the videos, edited them at our hometown (Dharamsala, H.P.) & uploaded the videos every 2-3 days. These were 30 days of not only sheer fun but pure focus as well.
It’s time for your favorite, English Vocabulary Premiere League, the finale episode!
Presenting to you, VPL 20-20: Season 3, the English Vocabulary Finale. It is more crazy, more difficult and definitely more memorable. This time, there are 30 words instead of 20. From Pyaar Ka Punchnaama 2 to Baajirao Mastaani to Manjhi, the Mountain Man – we have covered the season’s flavor full time & ensured that the difficult (but utility) Vocabulary words get drilled into your heads.
And your favorite Vocabulary Premiere League is back !! With an even more whacky season 2. More Bollywood movies & more awesome sauce catchy songs mean – even better ways for improving English vocabulary.
Becoming a better English Speaker is like driving a car or cooking peas pulao at home. Remember the first time you tried doing those? The car acted like a teenager (The gear- the clutch mis co-ordinated while the car almost bounced making a funny noise and maybe stopped). The pulao probably became a khichdi!
I made one of my most entertaining Events for Youth & College students on learning English; completely by chance!
Was experimenting with a few Bollywood videos & English words combined. And there I had! Bollycabulary i.e Bollywood + Vocabulary. Trust me, it is more fun & value additive than it sounds. I make sure my audience goes back with 100 forever memorized words in 100 minutes! People buy & learn from a point of emotional contact & what better than Munni’s, Sheila’s, Cricket, Advertisements etc to learn from.
In your work life- you will find yourself ‘writing’ many a time. People around you will be silently noting & checking your written presentation skills. These could be through the reports, formal emails, even love / hate letters & anything that you draft and send. “How to Write an Essay” shall help you in your essay writing endeavors for all times to come. And if you are targeting the WAT i.e. Written Ability Test by IIMs and other B-schools, UPSC, GMAT, GRE, SOPs for US / UK applications etc. this post is all you need!