- Achieve greater confidence in your interpersonal communication skills to communicate with your clients and colleagues
- Learn new business related vocabularies
- Participate in communicative business activities such as meeting, presentation, interviewing, negotiating, telephoning and listening.
- Practice how to read business documents and write using formal English (writing e-mails, letters, reports and other special texts
- Duration: – 30 Days / 60 Hours
- English Communication
in the Workplace
- Essential Business
- Vital Business Etiquette
- Conducting and Contributing
to Meetings and Interviews
- Business Correspondence
- Writing Reports and Minutes
- Specialization in
- Business Negotiation
- Business Phone Call –
- Negotiation Skills
- To answer questions on a given video scenarios and to place the order of actions in the right order
- To understand about the use and overuse of present conditional tense
- To become familiar with common linking expressions (transitional phrases)
- To learn some paired words of English, their features and examples
- To become familiar with grammatical gender
- To learn about idioms and idiomatic phrases—of colour and of the heart
- To understand how conditional tenses are used in English
- To learn how to express things we wish for (for the past, present, and future)
- To understand the difference in meanings of “ed” and “ing’ endings of adjectives
- To learn to use the dictionary correctly and effectively
- To learn some common prefixes & suffixes for vocabulary expansion
- Duration: – 40 Days / 75 HoursGreetings and introductions
- Talk about Familiar Topics
- Ask and Respond to
- Talk about Personal Activities
and Engage in Social Chit-Chat
- Describe People and Places
- Talk about the Future and Plans
- Make Choices and Explain the
Reasons for those Choices
- Give Advice and
- Give Opinions and Suggest
Solutions to Problems
- How long have you been dreaming of a Government Job?
- How many exams have you written so far? And if you are still not able to get high ranks in competitive exams, your skills in English must be the villain.
- We have helped many to get their dream jobs in the Government sector and now we are eager to help you.
- The ability to read and comprehend written, academic or training language.
- The ability to write assignments in a style that is appropriate for university study or within a training context.
- The ability to understand spoken language in lecture format as well as in formal and informal conversational styles.
- The ability to speak on general and given topics in formal and informal situations.