Communicative English

Course Features

  • 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
  • To learn how to complete the following sentences in various ways:
  • To follow along the words to popular songs  and learn to sing along with the lyrics
  • To learn the usage and placement of the word “only” in sentences
  • To learn about quantifier words, describing amounts and quantities

Course Benefits

  • Natural approach to learning English
  • Highly effective as it puts all topics in normal day-to-day perspective
  • Vocabulary taught relevant for daily life situations
  • Adequate time provided for repetition of sentences
  • To learn the use of reflexive pronouns in speech
  • To attempt to solve riddles in English
  • To learn some common synonyms & antonyms for vocabulary building
  • To learn some idiomatic phrases connected with the mind
  • To become familiar with the construction of portmanteau words, or blend words in English
  • To learn some do’s and don’ts when attending job interviews
  • To learn how modal verbs are used in speech
  • To learn the differences between British and American English
  • To become familiar with some common proverbs in English
  • To learn the definition of double negatives and how to recognize and avoid them
  • To attempt to say some tongue twisters
  • To understand the formation of indirect (reported) speech
  • To learn the importance of stress, pause, and intonation in speech
  • To use minimal pairs words to learn how one sound can distinguish 2 words
  • To discover how words from other languages have been added to the vocabulary of the English language