English Evolution

The course helps you to improve your overall English competency across the four skills – speaking, listening, reading and writing. You will also develop your ability to use English grammar, pronunciation and vocabulary with confidence and accuracy.


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You should take this course if you are very weak at English but want to speak English effectively. The course is designed to provide a structure to the lessons – with skills, grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation focus. We encourage learners to read at home, learn new vocabulary and improve their reading skills. You need to maintain a reading log.

To take the course you should be able to:

  • Our communicative approach ensures that you will be able to activate your English.
  • A limited class size provides plenty of opportunity to practice.
  • We use the latest course materials and digital resources.
  • You will receive quality feedback from our expert teachers.
  • We will raise awareness of common errors which influence your communication.
  • You will improve your ability to learn independently during and after the course.
  • Measure your progress with continuous assessment.
  • Receive mid and end of term reports.
  • Receive a Proficiency Certificate.



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  • Newspaper
  • Story Books
  • English Novels
  • English Magazines/Journals
  • Dictionary


  • Letter
  • Application
  • Essay
  • Story
  • CV/Resume
  • Covering Letter
  • Precise


  • Conversation
    • General Conversation
    • Role Play
    • English Movies conversation
    • World view (culture, climate, living style etc.)
  • Current affairs
  • Socio Issues
  • Economic Issues
  • Presentation
    • Breaking the Shackles of Hesitation
    • Remove the stage fear
    • Develop confidence to speak in public
    • Developing profession attitude


  • News
  • Songs
  • English Movies
  • Different Audio & Video
  • Conversation of English Native Speakers
  • Jokes
  • Stories


  • Introduction
  • Motivational Lecture
  • 20 Basic Structures
  • Parts of Speech
  • Number, Person, Gender, Case
  • Sentence
  • Punctuation
  • Article
  • Tense
  • Voice
  • Infinite, Gerund, Participle, Causative
  • Narration
  • Mood
  • Modals


  • 500 Basic Verbs
  • 200 Basic Adjectives
  • 150 Basic Nouns
  • 50 Basic Adverbs
  • Root Words
  • Synonyms
  • Antonyms
  • One word Substitution
  • Contractions
  • Word Formation
  • Phrase, Clause, Idiom
  • Foreign Words


  • IPA
  • Recitation
  • Tongue Twisters
  • Practice of words