The book entitled A Practical Grammar of Spoken English authored by Aruna Jumbade is aimed at providing a theoretical guidance in spoken English to young students who have progressed fairly in writing grammatical English, but are rather diffident in speaking English fluently. Many a student speaking broken and ungrammatical English impress the public sheerly by their bold and dashing nature, whereas well-informed students timid by nature, being afraid of committing grammatical mistakes fight shy of mixing with social gatherings. With a view to encouraging such knowledgeable students and enhancing their self-confidence, the book elaborates on various situations and occasions such as foreign trips, job interviews, halting and accommodation in the course of travel and touring, etc.,wherein the person concerned requires presence of mind, conversational skills and also the knowledge of social conventions of conversation prevalent in English-speaking society. Fluency in speech accompanied by grammatical proprieties of the language concerned is more desirable and profitable in the long run. The book replete with illustrative examples founded on the firm basis of grammar and may serve as a useful handbook for young generation. The readers should reinforce the theoretical knowledge from the book with practice of actual speaking confidently.