Learning Spoken English in India

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Course Summary

This course covers the basics of English syntax, grammar, vocabulary, and real-world dialogue for new or long-time English speakers. Through one-on-one instruction, students learn practical, spoken English for everyday conversation, travel, and business. Taught by expert teacher and award-winning author Viji Vardaranjan, this course is tailored to each individual student, which ensures that everyone gets the most out of their lessons. This course may also serve as a stepping stone to more advanced English courses. 

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Tamil Nadu

Course Duration
60 Weeks
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Educator Profile

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40 Years Experience
From: India
Teacher Skill Keywords
Spoken English
Study Details
Ethiraj College
University Of Madras
Certificat, Pre Diplome and Diplome
Alliance Francaise De Chennai
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Orient Enterprises Private Limited

Course Details

Learning Spoken English in India is a course for anyone seeking to improve their language skills, from beginners to those simply wanting to increase their speaking speed and vocabulary. Students will learn spoken grammar, which can differ from written grammar, proper pronunciation, and an increased vocabulary tailored to each students’ needs. Rather than memorising a vocabulary list, this course helps students broaden their speaking skills by introducing phrases and words through conversation. This is proven to be the most effective and best method to learn spoken English.

Ms. Vardaranjan helps her students grow their English conversation skills, meeting them at their knowledge level and style of learning. Through one-on-one lessons and practice with a fluent teacher, students are able to relax and become comfortable speaking English at their own pace. In addition to learning the basics, students benefit from practising sentence structure, speaking aloud, and speaking spontaneously in conversations with the teacher. At the successful completion of this course, students can expect to express themselves in English with more speed and accuracy and communicate with more ease and confidence. Students signing up for this course should have some basic knowledge of the English language through reading, writing, or speaking.

About Ms. Viji Varadarajan: What can be considered a lifetime, Viji has been practising and teaching cooking and writing books for the last 40 years. She has completed her BA in English Literature from Ethiraj College. She has to her credit published cookbooks that have had rave reviews and have got her many accolades. She was the finalist in Gourmand cookbook awards in 2008 for the best vegetarian cookbook. She was also a finalist for best local cookery cookbook for her book, ‘Festival Samayal - Offerings to God’. The French cookbook that was a collaborative effort between Ms Viji Varadarajan and Sophie Girot won the special jury award for 2009. She also clinched second place at Gourmand cookbook awards in 2010 for best-translated cookbook in the world, called,’Saveurs subtiles du Sud de l’Inde’.  She is now on ipassio to teach spoken English to interested students.

The ipassio Edge

Long term courses deal with creating a strong foundation on a specific topic. The syllabus of a Long term course is predefined and ready before the commencement of the course. This gives students an understanding of the knowledge they will gain in the stipulated period of time, helping them in their planning and decision making. The persistent support from teachers enables the student to accomplish and achieve the desired result or outcome within the given time frame. The class strength for Long term courses is limited to 3, ensuring that each student gets attention. A set of 3 individuals enrolling for a short term course encourages learning from peers and social interaction. This long term course bodes good for students passionate about learning, setting them up for the long-term or advanced level of learning.

  • Must have a genuine interest to learn English; and
  • Must be regular to classes.

Weekly Schedule

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Section A
Mon 04:30 AM - 05:30 AM America/New_York
Wed 04:30 AM - 05:30 AM America/New_York
Fri 04:30 AM - 05:30 AM America/New_York
1 Seat
Section B
Wed 09:00 PM - 10:00 PM America/New_York
Thu 09:00 AM - 10:00 AM America/New_York
Mon 09:00 AM - 10:00 AM America/New_York
0 Seat
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How long should a student practice everyday?
30 minutes of practice every day should hold the student in good stead.
Are there any specific expectations from students enrolling for this course?
Students should practice all that is taught in the class and be able to answer in the ensuing class.
What if the student is unable to attend an upcoming class?
The student is required to inform the teacher about his absence from a particular session, two days prior to the class. In such a case, the teacher will reschedule the class and conduct the rescheduled class on or before the end (i.e. Saturday) of the ensuing week or such other time as may be mutually decided between the teacher and the student. In case the student misses to give two days prior notice about his absence to the teacher, then the decision to conduct another class for that student is completely based on teacher’s discretion.
What if the teacher wishes to reschedule a class?
In case the teacher is unavailable for the scheduled class, he/she will inform the students two days prior to the class. The teacher will conduct the rescheduled class on or before the end (i.e. Saturday) of the ensuing week or such other time as may be mutually decided between the teacher and the student.

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