English Impact

Our spoken English courses are available at a range of levels and are designed to develop your speaking and pronunciation skills for more effective communication in work and study situations. Impact will make a positive difference to interviews, group discussions and presentations.


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You should take this course if you have basic knowledge of English and willing to attain sound knowledge of it. 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:

  • Make the impact you want and notice the difference.
  • Increase your fluency and practice your pronunciation.
  • You will communicate clearly and confidently across a range of relevant topics.
  • You will become an active listener with the power to participate in a conversation.
  • You will have opportunities to practice your presentation and act on audience feedback.
  • Learn how to impress people in professional and social contexts.
  • Experience the latest audio-visual technology.
  • Receive mid and end of term reports.
  • Receive a Proficiency Certificate.



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


  • Letter
  • Application
  • CV/Resume
  • Covering Letter


  • 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


  • Introduction
  • Motivational Lecture
  • 50 Intermediate Level Structures
  • Parts of Speech
  • Sentence
  • Punctuation
  • Article
  • Tense
  • Voice
  • Infinite, Gerund, Participle, Causative
  • Narration
  • Mood
  • Modals


  • Root Words
  • Synonyms
  • Antonyms
  • One word Substitution
  • Contractions
  • Word Formation
  • Phase, Clause, Idiom
  • Foreign Words


  • IPA
  • Recitation
  • Tongue Twisters
  • Practice of words