Speaking English allows you to actually broaden your world, from job opportunities to
the ability to relate to people from every country. A course in spoken English may be
either in the form of ‘what to say’ or in the form of ‘how to say’. The former is usually
focused on English conversation, the later on pronunciation. The former aims to
teach how to express communicative functions such as asking questions, making
requests, getting things done or expressing greetings, farewell, apologies, regrets,
thanks, etc and the latter aims at teaching the pronunciation of words, phrases and
sentences. Our classes combine the best of the two areas to ensure that the
participant learns what to say with how to say.
We address the learners who know the structure of English but communicate
effectively, especially while speaking. The aim is to improve the colloquial usage and
pronunciation so that they may be able to communicate somewhat fluently,
intelligibly and optimally.