Spoken English at Four Skills
It is a fact that many non. native English Speakers struggle nowadays due to the lack of proficiency in English communication. The Candidates of various nations from different walks of life face difficulties in a way or the other as they are unable to speak English Fluently. Many fail in job interviews and some lose promotions and better opportunities. The Spoken English Course at Four Skills Training Institute is designed to meet all these challenges and enable our students to be the best speakers in English Language.
The course package is comprehensive and the primary focus is on conversational English, but it includes basic grammar too.
All our programs begin with an assessment. It is a simple 30-minute test that comprises of 50 MCQ Questions. The test is conducted to check the level of English.
Do not worry! You do not have to prepare for this. It is not a pass/fail test. On the basis of this assessment, we enroll you to theright course level that is befitting you.
Grammar, FS learner’s Vocabulary and Situational Conversation
- Demonstrative Pronouns: Recognizing the connection between 'this, here' as opposed to 'that, there'.
- Present of the Verb 'to be': Conjugation of the verb, question and negative forms for all subjects.
- Present and Past form of Have. Questions and negative forms.
- Basic Descriptive Adjectives: Ability to describe objects simply
- Basic Prepositions use: in, at, to, on, etc.
- There Is, There Are: Difference between singular and plural, question and negative form.
- Some, Any, Much, Many: When to use some and any in the positive, negative and question forms. Questions using much and many.
- Question Words: The use of 'wh-' question words as well as 'how much' 'how many' how far and how long.
- The Usage of Do, Does and Did.
- Adverbs of Frequency: The use of adverbs of frequency such as: always, often, sometimes, never.
- Subject Pronouns: I, You, He, She, It, We, You, They
- Possessive Adjectives: My, Your, His, Her, (Its), Our, Your, Their
- Basic Adjectives
- Articles: Basic rules for definite and indefinite articles, a, an, the
- Present Simple: The use of the present simple for describing everyday routines.
- Past Simple.
- Numbers 1 - 100: Pronunciation, counting skills, telephone numbers
- Alphabet/Spelling Skills
- Providing Name and Personal Information (phone number and address)
- How To Tell The Time
- Time Expressions: Using 'in the morning', 'in the afternoon', 'in the evening', 'at night', and 'at' with time.
- Talking About Daily Habits And Routines
- Basic English Words
- Four Skills Learner's Vocabulary.
- Meeting a Friend
- Meeting a Foreigner
- Introducing Oneself and Family
- Introducing Your Village or City to a Friend
- At The Post Office
- At the Doctors
- Buying a Shirt
- At the Market
- In the Library
- Hiring a Taxi
- At the Restaurant
- Speaking on Simple Topics
- Public Speech
- Parts of Speech
- Singular & Plural
- Synonyms & Antonyms
- Idioms & Phrases
- Interactive Sessions
- Situational Talk
- Group Discussion
- Public Speech
- Interview Skills
- Enjoy Easy English books 1, 2, 3 and 4...A series of books authored and published by Four Skills Training Institute.
- Free Placement Test at the very outset to assess the Current Level
- Digital Classrooms
- Individual and Group Classes
- Interactive and Communicative Approach
- Day to Day Topics with a Global Focus
- Emphasis on Practical and Real-life Communication
- Classes for All Ages, Levels and Purposes
- Daily Conversational Practice
- Multimedia Tools to Enhance All Language Skills
- Taught by Expert, Experienced and Qualified Trainers
- Welcoming Environment with Comfortable Facilities and Friendly Staff
- Course Completion Certificate