SPOKEN ENGLISH

SPOKEN ENGLISH

Spoken English is language produced by articulate sounds, as opposed to written language. Many languages have no written form. Oral language or vocal language is language produced with the vocal tract, as opposed to sign language, which is produced with the hands and face. Especially linguists, making all three terms synonyms by excluding sign languages, sometimes use the term “spoken language” to mean only vocal languages. Spoken English includes different activities by which students can get knowledge that is more practical.

ABOUT THE SPOKEN ENGLISH COURSE :x-fast

We have an integrated course for Spoken English and overall Personality Development. The programme comprises of four levels for students at different stages based on capability. As you scale higher levels, you face challenges but the content remains the same.

CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH COURSES :

Interactive classroom programme by industry experienced faculty through BBC Audio Visual Aids and exclusive course material from OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS to enhance the verbal quality and soft skills of the students. We impart modern communicative methods to meet the requirements of the students with individual attention. Through various types of interactive sessions like group discussions, debates, extempore and the like we bring all round development in the students. Intra and inter batch seminars and presentation skills help them to face the audience which boost their confidence level. With the three courses Beginners, Standard and Advance BIET is the one of the major players in the market.

OTHER FEATURES :

  • Translation in basic batch

    Individual

    Flexible Test Dates

    Approved

OUR SPECIALITIES:

  • More Emphasis on Speaking Skills

    Daily Student Participation

    Flexible Test Dates

    Daily Video Class with Discussion

HOW ARE MARKS ALLOTTED?

  • Intermittent user No real communication is possible except for the most basic information using isolated words or short formulae in familiar situations and to meet immediate needs. Has great difficulty in understanding spoken and written English.