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Spoken English & Personality Development

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The Spoken English course is primarily designed for student(s)/fresher(s)/professional(s) who want to learn how to speak English with confidence. This course is designed to cover all aspects of communication in the working environment.
Spoken English & Personality Development

Course Description

  • About the course
  • Course Curriculum
  • F&Q's

About the course

The Spoken English course is primarily designed for student(s)/fresher(s)/professional(s) who want to learn how to speak English with confidence. This course is designed to cover all aspects of communication in the working environment - how to describe yourself, your job and company, meetings, presentations, negotiations, email, interviews, drafting a CV and much more...

Course objectives

At the completion of this course, attendees will be able to:

  1. Improve your grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation
  2. Speak English confidently in daily life (e.g. work, travel, shopping)

  3. Use proper word while speaking

  4. Build sentence and write proficient Emails

  5. Participate in group discussion

  6. Improve Presentation skills

  7. Describe yourself and your job

  8. Gain a lot of confidence while dealing with clients

Who can do this course?

All professionals who are keen to shape their daily life with English and mind their English for career growth should go for this course.

Pre-requisites

There are no pre-requisites to join this course.

Spoken English with Personality Development

Uses of Vocabulary

  1. Use of Articles
  2. Forms of Words
  3. Vocabulary uses its other forms: Root, synonyms and antonyms
  4. How Structure technique help you to speak fluent English
  5. Use of Wh-Family pronoun
  6. Format of professional Introduction
  7. How to give impressive introduction

Grammar

  1. Singular & plural
  2. Explanations Subject Object & Verb
  3. Gerunds
  4. Regular, Irregular, auxiliary & action Verbs
  5. Structure of sentences and how to Form it
  6. How to use words
  7. How to give presentation

Modal Verbs

  1. Use of can, could, may, might, will, would, must, shall, should, ought to
  2. Probability, Ability, Obligation and Advice
  3. Permission
  4. Habits
  5. Past modals
  6. When and how to use could have, should have and would have
  7. Group Discussion

Tense

  1. What is tense and when to use which one
  2. When to use Simple present
  3. Affirmative Sentences
  4. Negative Sentences
  5. Interrogative sentences
  6. Interrogative and negative sentences
  7. Jam Session

Present Continuous, Perfect & Continuous

  1. Explanation of each tenses
  2. When, Why & How to use
  3. Structure of sentences
  4. Affirmative Sentences
  5. Negative Sentences
  6. Interrogative sentences
  7. Interrogative and negative sentences
  8. Daily Use Words and how to use them
  9. Corporate Words
  10. Role Play
  11. Presentation

Past Tense

  1. When to use Simple Past Tense
  2. When to use Past Continuous Tense
  3. Sentence Structure
  4. Affirmative Sentences
  5. Negative Sentences
  6. Interrogative sentences
  7. Interrogative and negative sentences
  8. Debate on Latest Topics

Past Perfect and Perfect Continuous

  1. When to use Simple Past Tense
  2. When to use Past Continuous Tense
  3. Sentence Structure
  4. Affirmative Sentences
  5. Negative Sentences
  6. Interrogative sentences
  7. Interrogative and negative sentences
  8. Difference b/w Debate & GD
  9. Debate on Latest Topics

Future Tenses

  1. Simple Future and future continuous tense
  2. Structure
  3. How and When to Form sentences in future
  4. Affirmative Sentences
  5. Negative Sentences
  6. Interrogative sentences
  7. Interrogative and negative sentences
  8. Presentation

Perfect, Affirmative, Negative and Interrogative

  1. Future continuous and future Perfect tense
  2. Structure
  3. How and When to use perfect
  4. Affirmative Sentences
  5. Negative Sentences
  6. Interrogative sentences
  7. Interrogative and negative sentences

Proper use of Tenses

  1. Present Simple vs. Present Continuous
  2. Present Continuous vs. Present Perfect Continuous
  3. Present Perfect Continuous vs. Present Perfect
  4. Present Perfect vs. Past Simple
  5. Action Verbs vs. State Verbs

Word Order - Position of Adverbs

  1. Negatives
  2. Questions

Preposition

  1. Master of preposition
  2. Learn 150 preposition with uses

Type of Preposition

  1. Degree of Time
  2. Degree of Place
  3. Degree of expression
  4. Sentence Arrangement
  5. Debate
  6. Presentation

Conjunction

  1. When and How to use conjunction
  2. Learn how to form meaningful sentences

Type of Conjunction

  1. Coordinating conjunctions
  2. Correlative Conjunction
  3. Subordinating Conjunctions
  4. Adverbial Conjuctions/ Linking Adverbs
  5. Group Discussion
  6. Presentation

Active & Passive Voice

  1. What is a passive sentence?
  2. Why do we use the passive?
  3. How to make a passive?
  4. Jam Session

Phrasal verbs and Presentation

  1. Master 120 common phrasal verbs
  2. Presentation

Speech and Group Discussion

  1. Direct Speech / Quoted Speech
  2. Indirect Speech / Reported Speech
  3. Fundamental rules for indirect speech
  4. Group Discussion

Know yourself

  1. What are your strength
  2. How to use your weakness as strength
  3. Self-analysis
  4. Being honest
  5. Eliminates negatives
  6. Promote positive

Personality Development

  1. Communication
  2. Actions
  3. Dress
  4. Standards
  5. Self-control
  6. Language
  7. Specialization
  8. Adoptability
  9. Being intoned

Communication

  1. Effective designed for topic and audience
  2. Vocabulary

Actions

  1. How your actions impact on others?
  2. Ego & consideration
  3. Manners
  4. Behaviour
  5. Listening skills

Dress

  1. How you appear to people
  2. Image
  3. What your clothes say about you
  4. Suitability of attire for situation
  5. Appropriateness

Standards

  1. Principals
  2. Values
  3. Morals
  4. Consistency
  5. Self-controlled
  6. Emotions balance
  7. Anger management
  8. Self-restraint
  9. Saying no
  10. Non-judgmental free of bias

Language

  1. English values images simple clear non-elitist
  2. Voice balance calm easy to listen

Specialization

  1. Expertise in P.D.
  2. Multi-tasking is not good

Being informed

  1. Broad knowledge
  2. Personality is fundamentally how other see you based on the image

Adaptability

  1. Being all thump to all people
  2. Related to being well informed
  3. Related to emotional balance

Empathy

  1. Ability to switch from one situation/set of circumstances easily
  2. Calmly
  3. Ability to contribute to conversation
  4. Making a good impression
  5. 1st impression is last impression
  6. Related to communication Skill
  7. Language

Specialization

  1. Defining your specialization related to your strengths
  2. Being able to accomplish objectives - doing what you say you will do

Hack skills for Interview

  1. Technical interview tips
  2. Telephonic interview tips
  3. Face to Face interview tips
  4. New Words
  5. Email Writing
  6. Phrase Writing

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. Do you provide any course material?

Yes we do. All relevant course material and exercises you will be get through our mentors.

Q2. Do you provide any class video?

Yes we do. You will get the recorded sessions of your own online training classes, so that you can revise your class when you want.

Q3. What If I miss my online training class?

All online training classes are recorded. You will get the recorded sessions so that you can watch the online classes when you want. Also, you can join other class to do your missing classes.

Q4. What If I miss my classroom training class?

You can join other on going classroom batch classes to do your missing classes.

Q5. Do you prepare me for the job interview?

Yes, we do. We will discuss all possible technical interview questions and answers during the training program so that you can prepare yourself for interview.

Q6. Do you provide hands-on real application development?

Yes, we do provide you to do hands-on real application development.

Q7. Whom do I contact, if I have more queries?

You can give us a CALL at +91 113 303 4100 OR email us at enquiry@dotnettricks.com
Instructor Led Training
  • 365 days of access to interactive live sessions videos
  • Interactive instructor-led online/classroom sessions
  • 365 days of access to high-quality, interactive learning content through LMS

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Course Overview

Type
: Professional Growth Oriented Training
Audience(s)
: Student(s)/Fresher(s)/Professional(s)
Duration
: 60 Hrs.
Language
: English
Delivery method
: Instructor-led Classroom Training

Course Features

All the instructor led online training sessions are recorded and made available in LMS within 24 hours. This includes video, course material, exercise files and ppts used during the session.
All the sessions are delivered using real-life examples. You will learn how to develop real project using industry recomended principles and practices.
Each Module will be followed by objective mockup tests and practical assignments which help you to monitor your learning progress and Evaluate yourself.
You get 365 days access to the Learning Management System (LMS). Class recordings and presentations can be viewed online from the LMS.
Towards the end of the course, you will be working on a project. Dot Net Tricks certifies you based on the project.
We have a community forum for all our learners wherein you can enrich their learning through peer interaction and knowledge sharing.
We have 24x7 online support team available to help you with any technical queries you may have during the course.
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