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Spoken And Written English

English is the International language of communication. While most courses offered in the market cater and loudly advertise their English-speaking courses, we focus on the well-rounded approach of teaching our students to speak as well as write English. As English is the language of communication is almost every single career path that you may choose, it is therefore vital to know both how to speak and write English.

Since English is not the mother-tongue of most Indians, students fail to grasp the nuances of English. Often, it is these nuances that pose a handicap in speaking fluent English. This course has therefore been designed to explain the nuances of English to Indian students in a way they can easily relate to.

Our ‘Spoken and Written English’ course is the only course which provides you four coveted assets: English speaking, English writing as well as enhanced General Knowledge and pop-culture information. Our study material and reading material will ensure that you gain these assets in an enjoyable manner.

The study material has been designed by a reputed English language expert who has authored multiple best-selling books on English grammar and vocabulary. This study material for our ‘Spoken and Written English’ course is scientifically designed to help you achieve an intermediate-level proficiency in the use of English.

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3-4 Months

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Spoken And Written English Syllabus

Grammar Basics Part I

1
  • What is a verb?
  • Importance of Verb
  • Information given by Verb
  • How to recognize Affirmative and Negative sentences
  • Importance of understanding negative sentences
  • Using Personal Nouns and Helping verbs together
  • Subject and Object of a Sentence
  • Usage of Compound Personal Pronouns
  • Use of Indefinite Pronouns
  • When are Indefinite pronouns used?
  • Partial List of Indefinite Pronouns
  • Use of Every-body/-one, Some-body/-one, Any-body/-one, No-body/-one
  • Use of Everything, Something, Anything, Nothing
  • Rules for using indefinite pronouns beginning with ‘Every-’ or ‘Some
  • Rules for using indefinite pronouns beginning with ‘No-’ Rules for using indefinite pronouns beginning with ‘Any-’
  • List of remaining Indefinite Pronouns
  • Revision: Correct Usage of Personal Pronouns

Grammar Basics Part II

2
  • Types of nouns
  • Gender of nouns
  • Kinds of Nouns
  • Definition of ‘Article’
  • Where to place article in a sentence/phrase
  • Types of articles
  • Rules for using Indefinite articles
  • Uses of the article ‘a’
  • Uses of the article ‘an’
  • Uses of the article ‘the’
  • List of Modal Auxiliaries (verbs)
  • Modal Auxiliary: Types based on Meaning
  • Uses of Modal Auxiliary ‘CAN’
  • Uses of Modal Auxiliary ‘COULD’
  • Uses of Modal Auxiliary ‘WILL’
  • Uses of Modal Auxiliary ‘WOULD’
  • Uses of Modal Auxiliary ‘USED TO’
  • Uses of Modal Auxiliary ‘MAY’
  • Uses of Modal Auxiliary ‘MIGHT’
  • Uses of Modal Auxiliary ‘MUST’
  • Uses of Modal Auxiliary ‘SHOULD’ AND ‘OUGHT TO’
  • Uses of Modal Auxiliary ‘SHALL’
  • Uses of Modal Auxiliary ‘NEED TO’
  • Forms of main verbs
  • Why do we need to understand verbs thoroughly?
  • Important Notes
  • I: Two singular subjects connected using conjunction ‘and’
  • II: Two singular subjects connected using conjunction ‘or’, ‘either…or’, ‘neither...nor’,‘not only…but also’
  • III: Two plural subjects
  • IV: One singular subject and one plural subject (Principle of proximity)
  • How to recognize subject when two or more nouns are present before the verb
  • I: Collective noun as the subject
  • II: Components of the collective noun as the subject
  • III: Two or more singular nouns/adjectives referring to same subject
  • IV: Subject preceded by ‘each’ or ‘every’ or ‘each and every’
  • V: Nouns existing only in Singular form (Uncountable Nouns)
  • VI: Amounts and Measurements
  • VII: Name of a Disease as subject
  • I: Nationality noun (Plural Demonym) as subject
  • II: Adjective qualifying persons/people as the subject of a sentence
  • III: Adjective qualifying a thing/idea as subject
  • IV: Subject accompanied by phrases containing nouns/pronouns
  • V: Words which are always plural in nature
  • VI: Words used to represent a group of two entities
  • I: Specific Words: ‘A number’, ‘The number’, ‘The numbers’
  • II. Specific Words: ‘A total’ and ‘The total’
  • III. Specific Words: ‘Hair’ and ‘Hairs’

Grammar Basics-III

3
  • What is a Sentence?
  • Different Kinds of Sentences
  • Assertive Sentences
  • Interrogative Sentences
  • Imperative Sentences
  • Exclamatory Sentences
  • What is Tense?
  • What determines the tense of a sentence?
    • Active Voice
    • Passive Voice
    • Illustrative Example 1
    • Illustrative Example 2
  • What indicates the tense of a sentence?
  • Forms of Present Tense
    • The Simple Present Tense
    • The Present Continuous Tense
    • The Present Perfect Tense
    • The Present Perfect Continuous Tense
  • Forms of Past Tense
    • The Simple Past Tense
    • The Past Continuous Tense
    • The Past Perfect tense
    • The Past Perfect Continuous tense
  • Forms of Future Tense
    • The Simple Future Tense
    • The Future Continuous Tense
    • The Future Perfect Tense
    • The Future Perfect Continuous Tense
    • Tenses in Active Voice for Modal Verbs
  • Transitive & Intransitive Verbs
    • What are transitive verbs?
    • What are intransitive verbs?
  • Forms of Present Tense in Passive Voice
    • Denoting Simple Present Tense in Passive Voice
    • Denoting Present Continuous Tense in Passive Voice
    • Denoting Present Perfect Tense in Passive Voice
  • Forms of Past Tense in Passive Voice
    • The Simple Past Tense
    • The Past Continuous Tense
    • The Past Perfect tense
  • Forms of Future Tense in Passive Voice
    • The Simple Future Tense
    • The Future Continuous Tense
    • The Future Perfect Tense
  • What is a Preposition?
    • Prepositions of Time
    • Prepositions of Location
    • Simple Prepositions Denoting Single Type of Relationship
    • Prepositions Denoting Multiple Types of Relationship
  • Helping Verb used in WH-type Question
  • The various forms of adjectives
  • Type I: Adjective ending in two consonants
  • Type II: Adjective ending with ‘e’
  • Type III: Adjective ending with ‘y’ preceded by a consonant
  • Type IV: Adjective ending with ‘y’ preceded by a vowel
  • Type V: Adjectives ending with consonant preceded by a vowel
  • Type VI: Adjective with two or more syllables
  • Type VII: Adjective ending with consonant preceded by two vowels Type
  • Type VIII: Irregular Comparisons of adjective
  • Type IX: Adjectives having only Comparative form (Anomalies)
  • Type A: Comparison between more than two objects
  • Type B: Comparison between more than two objects
  • Type C: Comparison between two objects
  • Type D: When an object is compared to itself

Vocabulary

4
  • English Numbers in Figures
  • English Numbers in Words Roman numbers
  • Ordinal Numbers in Words
  • Ordinal Numbers in figures
  • Table of Numbers
    • How to distinguish thousand, lakhs, crores, million, billion, trillion Relationship between lakhs, crores, million, billion and trillion
    • Examples of writing numbers in words
    • Logic behind adding commas to numbers when using international format
  • What are Countable Nouns?
  • Classification of Countable Nouns: Singular and Plural
  • Forming Plural Nouns
    • Nouns ending in ‘f’, ‘fe’ or ‘ff’
    • Nouns ending in ‘y’, preceded by a consonant
    • Nouns ending in ‘y’, preceded by a vowel
    • Nouns ending with ‘o’, preceded by a consonant
    • Nouns ending with ‘is’
    • Nouns ending with ‘us’
    • Nouns ending with ‘ch’, ‘sh’, ‘s’, ‘ss’, ‘x’ or ‘zz’
    • Nouns ending with ‘z’
    • Nouns that are compound words
    • Nouns with very different plural forms
    • Nouns with identical singular and plural forms
    • Nouns that have only singular forms
    • Nouns that have only Plural forms
  • Gender Forms
    • Masculine Gender
    • Feminine Gender
    • Common Gender
  • Neuter Gender
    • Pronouns used to refer to different genders:
    • Masculine and feminine gender forms of common animals
    • Table A: Masculine and feminine gender forms of common animals forming male & female gender forms when only common gender form is present
    • Table B: Male and female gender forms of animal formed by adding suffix ‘bull’ and ‘cow’
    • Table C: Male and female gender forms of animal formed by adding suffix ‘male’ and ‘female’
    • Table D: Male and female gender forms of birds formed by adding suffix ‘cock’ and ‘hen’
    • Gender forms for nouns pertaining to humans
    • Table E: Gender forms of nouns pertaining to humans peerage and aristocracy
    • Table F: Masculine and feminine gender forms of aristocracy miscellaneous
  • Fruits
  • Terms related to fruits
  • Parts of the human hand
  • Parts of the leg
  • Parts of the face
  • Parts of the outer eye
  • Anatomy of the inside of the eye
  • Anatomy of the ear human teeth
  • Parts of the human body
  • Major muscles in the human body
  • Tendons, ligaments and fasciae
  • Love handles, potbelly, flab, paunch
  • Components of blood
  • The human excretory system
  • Root Vegetables/ Tubers
  • Green Leafy Vegetables
  • Herbs used in cooking (Culinary Herbs)
  • Creating Past Tense form from the Basic Form of the Main Verb
  • Creating Present participle form from Basic Form of the Main Verb
  • Creating Singular Third Person Form from Basic Form of the Main Verb
  • Creating Past Participle Form from Basic Form of the Main Verb
  • What are Collective Nouns?
  • List of commonly used collective nouns for animals
  • List of commonly used collective nouns for things
  • Collective Nouns whose meanings differ as per context
  • Gender of collective nouns
  • Plural form of collective nouns
  • Country/ Region Adjective
  • Country/ Region Demonym
  • Legend
  • Table I: Continents & their inhabitants
  • Table II: North European countries (Scandinavia/ Nordic Countries) & their citizens
  • Table III: Countries in western Europe
  • Table IV: United kingdom of great Britain and northern Ireland
  • Table V: Countries in the middle-east region of Arabia
  • Table VI: South Asia (India and its neighbors)
  • Table VII: Countries in east Asia & their citizens
  • Table VIII: Countries in south-east Asia
  • Table IX: Countries in north America
  • Table X: Regions & their inhabitants
  • Use of ‘Anglo-’, ‘Sino-’, ‘Indo-’ and ‘Afro-’
  • Using country adjectives to denote descent
  • Table XI: Countries in eastern Europe
  • Table XII: Countries in Balkan peninsula region of south-eastern Europe
  • Table XIII: Countries in south-east Asia
  • Table XIV: Australia and Oceania
  • Table XV: Major African nations
  • Table XVI: Caribbean islands (west indies)
  • Table XVII: South American nations
  • Table XVIII: Different regions of India and their inhabitants

Written English Skills

5
  • Letter Components and Layouts
  • Planning a letter
  • Process of Letter Writing
  • Email Communication
  • Employment Communication
  • Reading Skills
  • Note making
  • Oral Communication
  • Job Resume
  • Job Cover Letter
  • Employee Acknowledgement letter
  • Termination Letter
  • Resignation Letter
  • Employment Certificate
  • Promotion Letter
  • Letter s of Congratulation
  • Personal Apology Letter
  • Condolence Letter
  • Acceptance Letters
  • Acknowledgement Letters
  • Reference Letters
  • Thank you Letters
  • Appreciation Letters
  • Internship Letters
  • Interview Letters
  • Job Letters
  • Leave Letters
  • Permission Letters

Conversation, Public Speaking
and Presentation Skills

6
  • Meeting, greeting and welcoming a visitor
  • Inviting someone out
  • Telephoning
  • On the Road
  • At the bank
  • At the hotel
  • At the airport
  • Office Trouble
  • Bed Time
  • Making and changing an appointment
  • At the pharmacy
  • Overworked
  • Disappointed
  • Office Talk
  • Computer Issues
  • Gym Talk
  • Travel Matters
  • Health Issues
  • Inviting a visitor to the restaurant
  • Meeting to discuss an urgent matter
  • Negotiating
  • Making a company presentation
  • Presenting figures
  • Self-Introduction
  • My Family
  • My Role Model
  • Easy and Simple
  • Self Help
  • Current Events
  • Education
  • Media
  • Why Video Games are Good
  • One Movie I still Love when I was Little
  • The Worst Joke I Ever Heard
  • The First Time I Got Caught
  • Points to remember in presentation
  • Speech Delivery
  • Speaking
  • Visual Aids
  • Speech Anxiety
  • Presentations on different topics from word power book
    • Different ways to greet in English
    • The English alphabet
    • The language of numbers
    • Syllables and sounds
    • Pronunciation of letter ‘c’
    • Telling the time
    • Different jobs
    • More about animals
    • Fruits
    • Alcoholic beverages
    • Natural disasters
    • Names of vegetables
    • Root vegetables/ tubers
    • Green leafy vegetables
    • Name of herbs used in cooking
    • Seafood and fish
    • Collective nouns
    • Different types of clocks & watches

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