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Foundation 6

ENGLISH FOUNDATION COURSE: Group & Personal Training

This course is intended to provide training for English from initial level. Comprises of general to advanced level English language training with personality development.

IELTS Foundation Online Course   Instructors:
   NIL Trained & British Council Certified 

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Extended Preparatory Course

Comprehensive English Course for everyone who wants to improve in English

Beginner Level

Recommended Experience

Upto 3 months / 66 hours


India's Leading Institute for Language Training

National Institute of Language is approved by Ministry of Corporate Affairs (Govt. of India) for Language education and training. We provide expert trainers with live sessions with end of course certification that is valid all over India.

Live Classes

No pre-recorded sessions, we believe in practice and that can only happen with live sessions.

Free Demo

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What you''ll learn

  • Foundation Grammar

    You will learn basic concepts of English grammar and how to use them in writing and speaking.

  • Advanced Grammar

    You will also learn advanced level concepts like conditional sentences, passive sentences etc and their utilisation for a specific purposes of of more advanced communication

  • Interpersonal Skills

    You will learn how to communicate in different circumstances with different people in various settings.

  • Vocabulry

    Possessing extensive and impressive vocabulary is essential for advanced communication.

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Curriculum to be covered

Week 1

Day 1: Interaction & Overview of Foundation English.

  • Introduction Overview
  • Language Evaluation
  • Overview of Course

Day 2: Parts of Speech

  • Overview of Parts of Speech
  • Examples
  • Worksheet Practice

Day 3: Articles

  • Definite and Indefinite articles
  • Examples
  • Worksheet Practices

Day 4: Sub/Verb/Agreement

  • Sentence Formation
  • Imperative Sentences
  • Practice through Examples

Day 5: Body Language Module:

  • Overview of non-verbal communication
  • Dress sense & other etiquettes
Week 2

Day 6: Scenario Practice

  • Where & how to use
  • Assessment through Practice

Day 7:  Elucidation of Verbs

  • To be Verb Forms
  • Gerund and Participles
  • Practice through Examples

Day 8: Modals -I

  • Use of Can & Could
  • Difference between Must, May & Might
  • Worksheet

Day 9: Modals -II

  • Difference between Should & Ought to
  • Use of Will & Shall
  • Use of Modals with Examples

Day 10: Modal -III

  • Explanation of Modals of Past
  • Use of Modals with Examples
  • Scenario based practice
Week 3

Day 11: Briefing Phrasal verbs:

  • Use in Different sentences
  • Practice through realistic Examples

Day 12: Use of “used to” and “would”:

  • Elaboration & Examples
  • Worksheet

Day 13: Degrees of Comparison of Adjectives:

  • Explanation & Examples
  • Assessment

Day 14: Prepositions- I

  • Preposition of Time
  • Preposition of Place
  • Worksheet Practice

Day 15: Prepositions- II

  • Preposition of Direction/ Movement
  • Worksheet Practice
Week 4

Day 16: Voice & Accent Module:

  • Understanding Pitch & Pace
  • Explaining Intonation.
  • Voice Modulation.
  • Pronunciations

Day 17: Articulations

  • Warm-ups for articulation
  • Discussion on MTI (Mother Tongue Influence)

Day 18: Tongue Twister Practices

  • Consonant & vowel sounds
  • Different sounds of tongue twisters

Day 19: Syllables

  • Voiced & Unvoiced sounds
  • Describing syllables
  • Different kinds of syllables
  • How do we count syllable
  • Pronunciations Practice (Extra session, if required)

Day 20:  Asking Questions

  • Basic Question words (WH-family)
  • Main types of Questions
  • Open-ended
  • Close-ended
Week 5

Day 21: Conjunction- I

  • Overview of Conjunctions
  • Purpose to use
  • Elucidation of Independent & Dependent clauses
  • Types of conjunctions
  • Usage Through Examples

Day 22: Conjunction- II

  • Explanations of Coordinating & Subordinating Conjunctions
  • Purposes
  • Practice through Examples

Day 23: Conjunction- III

  • Explanations of Correlative conjunctions
  • Examples
  • Worksheet Practice

Day 24: Elaboration of Adverbs- I

  • Define with Example
  • Types of adverbs
  • Use in sentences
  • Worksheet Practice

Day 25: Adverbs- II

  • Degree of Comparison
  • Examples
  • Worksheet Practice
Week 6

Day 26: Explanation of Tense:

  • Overview of Indefinite Tense
  • Formation of Indefinite tense in:
  • Present (Examples with different scenarios)
  • Past (Examples with different scenarios)
  • Future (Examples with different scenarios)

Day 27: Practice Day

  • Scenarios to Conversate
  • Worksheet Practice
  • Feedback

Day 28:  Overview of Continuous Tense:

  • Formation of Continuous tense in:
  • Present (Examples with different scenarios)
  • Past (Examples with different scenarios)
  • Future (Examples with different scenarios)

Day 29: Practice Day

  • Scenarios to Converse
  • Worksheet Practice
  • Feedback

Day 30: Overview of Perfect Tense:

  • Formation of Perfect tense in:
  • Present (Examples with different scenarios)
  • Past (Examples with different scenarios)
  • Future (Examples with different scenarios)
Week 7

Day 31: Practice Day

  • Scenarios to Conversate
  • Worksheet Practice
  • Feedback

Day 32: Overview of Perfect Continuous Tense:

  • Formation of Perfect Continuous tense in:
  • Present (Examples with different scenarios)
  • Past (Examples with different scenarios)
  • Future (Examples with different scenarios)

Day 33: Practice Day

  • Scenarios to Converse
  • Worksheet Practice
  • Feedback

Day 34: Picture Narration:

  • Picture to story
  • Practice

Day 35: Dinning Etiquette:

  • Elaborating Table manners
  • Meal etiquette
  • Order manners
Week 8

Day 36: Conditional Sentences:

  • Overview
  • Types of conditional sentences
  • Use of types with examples
  • Worksheet practice

Day 37: Assessment through Practice

  • Verbal
  • Written
  • Provide Feedback

Day 38: Business Etiquette Module:

  • Workplace Etiquette
  • Cubicle Etiquette Practices

Day 39: Dos & Don’ts in Business

  • Social dealing
  • Business & Client Meeting Etiquette

Day 40: Group Discussion:

  • Tips to be followed
  • Scenario based practice
Week 9

Day 41: Elucidation of Passive Voice -I:

  • Overview of Present tense
  • Example practices

Day 42: Elucidation of Passive Voice -II:

  • Overview of Past tense
  • Example practices

Day 43: Elucidation of Passive Voice -III:

  • Overview of Future tense
  • Example practices

Day 44: Modal verbs Passive Voice -I:

  • Overview of Can & Could
  • Overview of May & Might
  • Example practices

Day 45: Modal verbs Passive Voice -II:

  • Use of Should Passive voice
  • Use of “is going to” Passive voice
  • Examples Practice
Week 10

Day 46: Assessment through Practices

Day 47: Dialogue Delivery:

  • Method of Delivery
  • Scenario based Practices

Day 48: Role Plays:

  • Scenario based practice

Day 49: Article Reading

  • Main Ideas
  • Supporting Idea
  • Brain storming activity

Day 50: Discussion on Question:

  • Question tags
  • Worksheet Practice
Week 11

Day 51: Explanation of Causative verb -I:

  • When to use
  • Rules to use Get
  • Practice through Examples
  • Worksheet

Day 52: Explanation of Causative verb -II:

  • When to use
  • Rules to use Have
  • Practice through Examples
  • Worksheet

Day 53: Explanation of Causative verb -III:

  • When to use
  • Rules to use Make
  • Practice through Examples
  • Worksheet

Day 54: Explanation of Causative verb -IV:

  • When to use
  • Rules to use Let
  • Practice through Examples
  • Worksheet

Day 55: Business Writing Skills

  • Essentials of effective Communication
  • Email Drafting
  • Structure to Form Business Reports
  • Briefing Business Memo & Business Letters
  • Proofread
Week 12

Day 56: Written Assessment Based on:

  • Email Drafting
  • Business Reports
  • Business Memo
  • Business Letter

Day 57: Debates Practices:

  • Tips for Debates
  • Debates in 2 candidates
  • Debates in Teams (Groups)

Day 58: Complex and Compound sentences:

  • Formation of sentences
  • Practice with scenarios

Day 59: Assessment Evaluation:

  • Verbal Practice
  • Written Practice

Day 60: Professional introduction:

  • Tips for Introduction
  • Scenario practices
Week 13

Day 61: Telephonic Etiquette Module:

  • Manners of using telephone communications
  • Enhance Listening skills
  • Mock calls
  • Assessment & Evaluation
  • Scenarios to attend call

Day 62: Interview Preparation:

  • Types of Interviews
  • Tips to Prepare
  • Professional Interview Etiquettes
  • Resume Preparation
  • Commonly Asked Interview Questions

Day 63: Assessment through Practices:

  • Mock Interviews

Day 64: Presentation Skills

  • What is Presentation Skill?
  • Essentials of Presentation skills
  • Effective presentation skills
  • Delivering Presentation before client
  • Develop strategies for overcoming fear.
  • Tips to help you ace your presentation

Day 65: Presentation Skill Evaluation

  • Scenario based practice
  • Feedback
Week 14

Day 66: Wind Up Sessions with Conversational Activities only along with written & verbal assessment to have the grade on the certificate.

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