How to speak in in English confidently

Speaking confidently needs more practice and training, for which, attending the classes regularly will be of a great help. Fluent in speaking English will develop only if we have the confidence in doing so which in turn will be the result of studying at a reputed institute like Prestige. Prestige Language Institute, Pondicherry recommends the following strategies to follow in achieving English fluency, such as: Start practice by listening to English transcripts, by observing their pronunciation and try to repeat the sentences by imitating them.

Basic of English grammar - Tenses

Practicing tenses in English should be done to be fluent in speaking and efficient in writing as they stand as a backbone in framing a sentence and providing the intended meaning to the sentence. Twelve tenses are commonly used while developing a sentence depending on whether it the action occurred in the past , present or in the future and also whether the action is continuous or yet to start or have been ended. Verbs usually can be used in three forms such as past present and future. Past is used for the action which happened some time before till long back.

Spoken English Classes in Pondicherry

Pondicherry has become a place where many spoken English classes emerge due to the foreseen academic competition among the school goers, whereas whether these institutions live up to the mark is a million dollar question. Because to attain the status of established institute in Pondicherry, needs to have seen a path of high standards in delivering education to the candidates and also having more number of students being successful after the course completion.

English classes for children

Children now a days, do not learn English, they practice speaking English literally from the practical environment around them such as watching English movies, listening English albums, going through kid`s book where the things are mentioned in English and usage of them as well. These methodologies makes them a quick learner as they do not read English books for studying and spend specific allocated time for these tasks.

Few tips on Official English communication

Making and receiving phone calls and e-mail as well needs some protocol to be followed so that it will be a formal and professional one and if it is informal call such as one made to our close circle – it would be very respectful for those on the other side. Starting from identifying yourself and maintaining the tone in your voice as well as in writing the e-mail till conveying and receiving complete information and ending the conversation, all needs some etiquette to be learnt and followed as it will leave us with complete professionalism.

Basics of English Language

Basic English course contains syllabus for beginners to step into their first phase of English language world, where they identify objects around them in English and learn the English alphabets along with their pronunciation as well. They are also taught about numbers and basic grammar rules of English so that they can develop a sentence of their own and could survive in an English speaking environment at ease by understanding Basic English words that they might come across in their routine life in their profession and any other public places.

Corporate Spoken English

Language is an important tool of communication. One needs to master the art of communication in order to gain success if he desires to attain success in any areas of life. Communication allows a person to convey his/her feelings, thoughts and ideas in a meaningful way. There are various types of communication – verbal and non - verbal. Verbal communication is nothing but speech. It is the most often used form of communication among people. Non – verbal communication includes gestures, body language and written language.

Parts of Speech

Identify the sentence pattern:
1. I teach him English.
2. Tell me your name.
3. He is a kind person.
4. The boys are watching TV now.
5. Her dress is beautiful.
6. My father is a gold merchant.
7. He bought me a cup of coffee.
8. They are reading in the library.
9. The company has been very successful.
10. During the war, many people lost their loved ones.
11. India is a land of rich culture and heritage.
12. He gave me some chocolates.
13. Marlene had gone to the concert, but left early.

Direct & Indirect Speech

Change the direct speech to indirect speech
1. Anita said, “I don’t have a car.”
[ Ans: Anita told that she didn’t have a car”]
2. Ben said, “She meets her friends every Friday night in the night club.”
Ben told that she meets her friends every Friday in the night club
3. Rooyah said, “We like living in Pondicherry.”
4. Mother told me, “Priya is reading in the garden.”
5. He said, “I am not living in Mysore anymore.”
6. They said, “We haven’t seen Harry Potter yet.”
7. Mr. Flick says, “Mr. Black has escaped.”

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