The sentence you provided is awkward and confusing; An account of how lecturers are broken down by age and sex is given below?
Some examples of how to rewrite it might include:
A list of lecturers by their ages and gender is provided below.
Below, the list of lecturers shows their ages and gender.
The list of lecturers shows their ages and gender.
1. You mustn't be afraid of making mistakes but once you make them you have to rectify them with the help of a grammar book or a dictionary
2. The best way to improve your fluency is to not just speak in English, but think in English, because if you are thinking in your mother-tongue and you try to translate your message to English before actually saying it, you will not only speak in a slow way, but you will spoil that day's English advantage and learning. Just try to speak inside of your mind (think) in English, and it will come out in a more natural way
3. Also, when you're out and about, or even at home, think, and also SPEAK OUT LOUD, the things you are doing, the things you see. And speak to other people! Always remember it's good to make mistakes, because you can learn from them and improve by remembering what you did wrong and improve that.
4.Its a good idea to speak loudly.
5.Read English articles, books and reviews as much as possible.
6.Whenever you come across a new word write it down somewhere and find out the meaning.
7.BE CONFIDENT. Give your self auto suggestions that you have a good English trust me it really works.
According to Donna McAvoy, "Heterogeneous or nongraded education is the practice of teaching children of different ages and ability levels together in the same classroom, without dividing them or the curriculum into steps labelled by 'grade' designations."
I posted the question, and I have heard of statistics that say that English is the most frequent but Chinese is second and may soon surpass English in use on the web.
According to the rest of the world, Russian and English are just about the hardest languages to speak. Although most people who speak those think it is easy, it is because it comes first nature to them.
The answer to the hardest language to learn in the world is largely subjective -opinion- and depends on what your native language is. No language is easy to learn, but those languages that are closely related to your native language are definately going to be easier to learn than ones that are not.
Having said that, this is still subject to debate. Most poeple say they find difficult to learn Chinese and Arabic languages.
There are three:
1). Burushaski - a language spoken by a small group of people in Pakistan, that until recently was not believed to have relation to any other language.
2). Diné bizaad (Navajo) - it's been said that unless you are born a native speaker, you can never learn to speak the language well.
3). English - oddly enough, English is an extremely difficult language to master. Part of the reason for this is the tendency for loan words to creep into the vocabulary, and the huge lexicon of cliches, phrases, and icons that exist. The language is so difficult to master that even among native speakers there are few who have complete mastery.