Spoken English Classes-General

This course is specially designed for the beginners to help them face the real life situations and prepare them to handle them with full zeal and confidence. An individual who has command and proficiency in the language can emerge out to be a winner amongst the crowd.

Since it deals with the aspects of the Basic English so it tries to cover the practical concepts of the grammar within its course where the students generally lack. It covers concepts like articles, tenses, punctuations, modals, prepositions, conjunctions etc.

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The trainer tries to cover the usage part of the concepts rather than just discussing the syntax.
The practical aspects are best explained through discussing on some topics of general interest like your hobby, your daily routine, your idol in life, visit to a hill station, what you want to become in life etc.

During discussions on any topic the trainer tries to discuss and explain the application of all the parts of speech.

This way the trainee can correlate the theoretical and the practical aspect of the concepts.

The trainer will also focus on certain situational conversations in which both trainer and the trainee play some pre assigned roles and strike a conversation on the context. This way trainee improves the self confidence and the fluency in handling the daily conversations with different people. Thus this program improves the fluency, pronunciation and vocabulary of the trainee and removes the hesitation aspect during the conversation.

Benefit of online English classes

Online Vs Offline English classes

  • Students- who are at schools and colleges
  • Housewives- who are willing to interact at their social surrounding
  • Professionals
  • Teachers
  • Graduates
  • Call center executives
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Sample Syllabus offered to General Course students

Some Grammar Concepts

Every language begins with the grammar concepts so the students need to be introduced to the important grammar concepts to be followed in speaking, reading and writing of the language.

  • Use of articles (a, an, the)
  • Use of “a”:
  • A is used before singular countable nouns which begin with consonant sounds.

Advance English Classes


  • He is a teacher.
  • She wants a bat.
  • I saw a rat in the house.
  • A cannot be used with plural nouns.

Example: I saw a bears in yellow stone national park.(not correct).

  • If there is an adjective or an adverb-adjective combination before the nouns, ‘a’ should agree with the first sound in the combination.

Example:  I saw a really pretty girl in the shop.

  • We use ‘a’ before the words such as European or university which sounds like they start with a consonant even if the first letter is a vowel.

Example: She has got a euro.

  • We do not add a before uncountable nouns

Example: She gives a good advice.{not correct}

  • Use of “an”:
  • The article “an” is used before singular, countable nouns which begin with the vowel sounds.


  • He is an actor.
  • He didn’t get an invitation.
  • We cannot use “an” with the plural nouns.
  • If there is an adjective or adverb combination before noun, an should agree with the first sound in the combination.

Example: He is an excellent teacher.

  • Use an before words such as ‘hour’ which sounds like they start with a vowel even if the first letter is a consonant.

Example: My train is half an hour late.

  • We don’t use an with the uncountable nouns.

(3)Use of definite article “the”:

  • The is the most frequently used article.
  • We use the in front of a noun when we believe the hearer/reader knows exactly what we are referring to

Example: The book is lying on the shelf.

  • The is used with the superlative degree of adjectives.

Example: He is the tallest boy in the class.

  • To talk about the whole class of noun.

Example: The wolf is not a dangerous animal.

  • To refer to a system or a service.

Example: I heard it on the television.

You should tell to the police.

  • Countries whose name includes the words like kingdom, states or republic.

Example: The United States of America, The United Kingdom.

  • Countries which have plural nouns as their names

Example: The Netherlands, The Philippines

  • Geographical Features such as mountain ranges, group of islands, rivers, seas, oceans and canals.

Example: The Himalayas, The Atlantic Ocean, The Bay of Bengal, The Arabian Sea.

  • Names of the newspaper

Example: The Hindustan Times, The Times of India, The Economic Times.

Interview Preparation Classes

Thus by following these rules for the use of the three articles, we can easily conclude which article is to be placed at which place.

Fill with suitable articles

  • Can you play (—) musical instrument? I play (—-) piano and (–) guitar.
  • Do you own (—) guitar? Someone left (—-) old guitar sitting on the table.
  • These days,(—) apples are really expensive. And (—) lettuce costs a fortune! Why do (–) fruit and (—) vegetables costs so much?
  • Diana thinks (—) creativity and (—) innovation are something you can’t teach, but I disagree.
  • Preston told me that (—) pronghorn is the fastest land animal on the planet, but I think he was wrong.
  • The environmentalist argued that (—) clean air should be (—) universal human right.
  • I wish I could play (—–) violin.


  • Use of Tenses

Tense is the form taken by any verb to show the time of any action. There are basically three types of tenses:

Types Meaning
Present Tense Tense of verb used to express present state or course of action

Example: He is playing badminton.

Past Tense Tense of verb used to express the past state or course of action.

Example : He was playing Badminton

Future Tense Tense of verb used to express the future course or state of actions.

Example: He will be playing the badminton.

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Each tense is divided into four types:


Types Present Past Future
Simple To indicate regular habit

I go to school

To indicate an action already completed

I went to school

To indicate an action or a state that is yet to take place.

I will go to school tomorrow.

Continuous To indicate actions going on at the time of speaking.

I am going to school

To indicate the persistent habits of the past.

I was going to the school when the light went off.

To indicate what will be going on at some point in the future.

I will be eating pizza when you arrive.

Perfect To indicate an action that started in the past and continued up till now.

She has gone to the school.

To indicate the completed action of the past that gets completed before another action takes place.

I had finished my work before I went out to play

To indicate an action that will be completed before another event takes place.

I will have eaten all the food by the time you arrive.

Perfect Continuous To indicate an action that started in the past and may or may not be completed till now.

I have been dancing for two hours before you arrived.

To indicate an action in the past that began before a certain point in the past and continued up until that time.

I had been playing for 2 hours before he arrived.

To indicate an action that will have happened for some time and will not be completed yet at a certain point in the future.

I will have been eating pizza for 2 hours when you arrive.


Complete the blanks with the suitable tenses:

I —— (love) to travel. Last year I ———– (go) to New York. My friend and I —— (travel) together and we —— (have) a lot of fun. We —— (see) many tourist attractions and —– (eat) in many wonderful restaurants. Since we —- (come) back, I —- (dream) about going back to New York again. But I can’t go because I — (need) to work.

Ever since I —– (be) a child, I —— (like) learning about different cultures. Every weekend, I —– (watch) a travel show on TV and I—– (dream) about going to different places. Now I —– (save) my money for my next trip. Next year, I —- (travel) to Thailand. When I am in Thailand, I —- (go) to beautiful beaches and —-(eat) delicious spicy food. A few days ago, I —- (tell) to my friend about my plans. She —- (tell) that she would like to come with me. She — (say) that she —- (want) to go to Thailand too. We — (meet) this weekend to plan our trip together. I —  (be) so excited.

Series: Heroic deeds


Series: Heroic deeds


Series: Heroic deeds




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