Spoken English Language in Rawalpindi Pakistan

START:
June 1, 2022

Address

051-8736681, 0311-5193625, 0092-335-4176949, Office # 27, Second Floor, Maryam Shadi Hall Plaza (Airies Plaza), Shamsabad, Murree Road, Rawalpindi, Pakistan 46000   View map

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Language Courses

Spoken English Language in Rawalpindi Pakistan

Introduction

This Basic English Language course aims at helping students develop a positive, constructive and practical approach to effective written and oral communication for educational and self improvement. The purpose of the course is to build confidence among the students and encourage them to write and speak proper English.

Designed For

This workshop has been specially designed to help students to improve their English speaking writing and reading skills to be better equipped to compete in the job market as well as their student life.

Course Content

Reading and Writing

Write personal emails in English to your friends and family.
Write formal letters to English-speaking companies, government departments, etc.
Write job application/ prepare C.V.
Reading and comprehension tools.
Reading English short stories
Writing activities through picture stories.
Grammar and Vocabulary

Introduction to parts of speech.Using articles: a, an, the
Using can, can’t to describe ability, e.g. I can’t play guitar.
Using comparative adjectives, e.g. museums are more interesting than parks.
The difference between countable and uncountable nouns, e.g. some bread/a slice of bread.
Using demonstrative adjectives, e.g. Are these your keys? Yes, they are!
The going to future, e.g. What are you going to do next week?
Using imperatives, e.g. Water the plants every day.
Uses of must and have to, e.g. Do I have to do my homework?
The past simple of the verb to be, e.g. Were you at the party yesterday? No, I wasn’t.
Using possessive adjectives, e.g. our favourite subject is grammar.
Different question types, including yes/no questions, short answer questions and wh-/how questions.
Using the present continuous tense, e.g Are you having dinner? No, we’re having lunch.
Using the present simple with subject pronouns, e.g. I am, you are, she is…
Building up English words of daily usage with correct pronunciation, e.g. heart& hurt
Understanding the concept / application of tenses in English.
Speaking and Listening

Recognize and use internationally-used English language greetings and introductions.
English speaking exercises.
Listen to English language radio broadcasts/Audio stories in English
Successfully communicate with English-speaking employers in a job interview.
Effectively describing ‘ Myself’ (introduction, interests, aims, daily routine)
Describing others, e.g. my sister loves to stay at home.
Learning Outcomes

This Basic English course focuses on written and communication activities in functional and situational contexts. It encourages students to speak with fluency and accuracy as well as develop the four skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking.

Highly qualified and well experienced teaching staff.
IRM certification at the successful completion of the course.
Conducive environment.
Practical application of the knowledge.

For Registration: 0092-311-5193625 / 0092-335-4176949

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