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English As A Second Language with HRM English in Bangladesh

Marianne is committed to the improvement of literacy not just in her own country, of the United States, but also with those eager to learn, half a world away, in Bangladesh.

Bangladesh is a Republic in South Asia, north of the Bay of Bengal.  They are a member of The Commonwealth of Nations.  The capital is the city of Dhaka.


Marianne helps to support this learning through sharing Tongue Twisters.  These are a great way to practice and improve pronunciation and fluency. They can also help to improve accents by using alliteration, which is the repetition of one sound. They’re not just for kids, but are also used by actors, politicians, and public speakers who want to sound clear when speaking. Below, you will find some of the most popular English tongue twisters. Say them as quickly as you can. If you can master them, you will be a much more confident speaker.


This video is about the HRM English site and how the site began. It is made up of myself, Ruhul Amin and Humayun Parvez and has been in operation for nearly two years. We have managed to have several videos go viral as well as adding some correspondents from other districts. The site deals with speaking better English and also lots of human interest stories. We currently have over 33K followers.

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Psychological Support Group

This group is dedicated to educating the public about good Mental Health. The posts offer discussions about many issues that cause stress, depression and other problems and ways to help those situations. It is a public group and anyone can join. Fattain Naime is the founder and administrator.

"All problems are illusions of the mind."

Eckhart Tolle

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This video is about a book written by Rahat Khan called 'Spoken Fighter'. It is dealing with the continuing process of learning to speak good English with confidence. He gives good pointers about practicing every day and finding native English speakers to practice with. He is a teacher of English as a second language at the university level.


This is a video of a live show we, at HRM English, did recently. It introduces two International Cricket Commentators, Syed Abid Hossain Sami and Samit Sadman Mirza. Ruhul Amin facilitated the program with information and questions to the commentators. Syed Sami is a player of Cricket as well as a teacher of the sport, as is Sadman Samit. The show also featured Humayun Parvez, Marianne Wieland, Jason Roy and Alhaz Ahmed. Most of the questions are about recent developments in the Cricket World Cup and BPL games.

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An interview with Sargon Nazarians, a Crossmark employee. He has worked for the corporation for twelve years and enjoys it very much. He talks about how he adapted to speaking English when he came to this country many years ago and what he still struggles with today.


An interview with Alyssa Hart, supervisor for Crossmark. She explains the difference between Sam's club and the Crossmark corporation. She has worked her way up the ladder from being a sampler to moving into a team lead position all the way up to being the manager of 17 employees.

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Dogs play an important role in our lives.  Humans and dogs support each other and form incredible bonds.  This is an interview with Paula Hawkins and her therapy dog, Destiny; and her rescue dog, Izzy. 

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