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Spoken English

Spoken English

“During a discussion, may be official, business, or informal, I have a lot of innovative and interesting ideas to share. Usually, I remain silent as I have no confidence in my communication skills.”

“I am highly educated and hold a challenging position, but I withdraw into myself as I can’t speak English fluently.”

“I am a fresh graduate looking for a job, but not confident enough to communicate effectively in an interview.”

“I am a homemaker living in an English speaking country and ashamed to present myself before others as I can’t speak English fluently.”

“I know some English, but I am afraid of speaking.” “I can write good English, but struggle when it comes to speaking.”

These are the comments usually made by people from various spans of life.

Do non-native speakers of English need training and practice in Spoken English? A big ‘yes’ will be the answer. The natural way of learning a language is as little children do. They listen and imitate.

Tutorwaves recreates this situation in the online classroom by providing lessons on reading, listening, and speaking.

Beginners will be given the basics of Spoken English through simple phrases and expressions. This session helps you to escape from the translation method that many have been using to communicate in English. You will have drilling and role play to ask questions and frame answers, basic grammar and correct pronunciation.

Meeting someone you know

A: Hi. Tom. How are you today?

B: Not bad, thanks. How about you?

A: Great, thanks.

B: So, where are you heading?

A: To college, as usual. I’m already late. See you later, Tom.

B: Take care. Bye bye.

Somebody may ask you directions for doing something or reaching a place. There are many phrases and sentences that never let you in an awkward situation.

This session focuses on practicing key phrases and sentences for different situations that are used in everyday life. This will help you to confidently communicate with anyone in any scenario.

Initiating talk with a stranger is still a stumbling block to many. Effective and an impressive self-introduction always gives you the lead. Be a leader with our tailored program for professionals. You no longer need to withdraw into yourself during your official visits and business conferences.
Listening is very important in Spoken English. If you can’t understand what the other person is saying, how will you respond effectively? There will be daily sessions on listening.
If you are strong in grammar you can create your own sentences instead of translating a sentence from your mother tongue to English. The basic essentials will be enough to make you a fluent English speaker. An advanced level grammar will help you to be successful and impressive in presentations, conferences, interviews, etc.
Reading plays a major role in language acquisition. It enhances the strength of vocabulary and grammar knowledge.
In English conversation, we use phrasal verbs (verbs with more than one word such as “take off” or “look forward to”) frequently. There are small talk phrases also which can serve as starters, greetings and finishers. Idiomatic expressions are part of an average English speaker’s vocabulary (E.g. ‘burning the midnight oil’ – staying up late at night studying or working) and make your spoken language more effective and powerful.
Thinking is an essential element in the process of communication. We usually think with words, which demands a strong vocabulary. The more words you know, the more you will be able to think. More thinking enables you to communicate effectively and understand what others communicate.

Advanced level learners need a strong vocabulary that suits their level, profession or purpose. Just memorizing words with meaning will not help you to gain an advanced level vocabulary. We have customized ways for different levels.

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