Spoken English Classes In Chennai

Language is vital for communication and it is the way through which one can express their ideas and thoughts with others. Considering various languages in the account, English has become an omnipresent language, since more than 80% of the world population relies on English in various means like Education, Science, Technology, Communication, and Trade. Thus, English became the Lingua Franca of the globe and there is a common saying that “knowing a language is knowledge” hence one can learn English to widen their knowledge since the majority of the academic and literary works are in English. One can broaden their professional and academic horizons when they are affluent in English. Spoken English Classes in Chennai at FITA trains the students efficiently in learning the language and enrich their Spoken English Skills. 

Benefits of learning the Spoken English Course in FITA

At FITA we provide the students with a wide academic curriculum which is designed by the industrial experts. FITA supports the students with professional coaching where they are taught about the nuances of English grammar and its applications. Also, we provide interactive training sessions where the students can clarify their doubts without hesitation and learn the language professionally.Tutors at FITA have a decade of experience in this field and they train the students to speak the language proficiently. Enroll yourself in Spoken English Class in Chennai at FITA and learn to converse in English fluently under the guidance of trained experts.

Course Highlights

FITA provides the students with flexible options for learning the language. We provide three different levels to learn the language. The three different levels are as follows.

Beginner level
Intermediate level
Advanced level

Beginner level:

In the initial stage, we train the students with the basic concepts of English like Noun forms, Verb, Adjectives, Tenses, Conjunctions, and Prepositions. Also, we train the students with Vocabulary, Reading Comprehension, Listening skills, Speaking practices and Pronunciation of tedious words. 

Intermediate level:

At this level, we train the students with complex grammar portion of English that includes Different parts of Speech, Noun, Relative Pronouns, Direct and Indirect Sentences, Verbs, Gerunds, Conjunctions, Prepositions, and Adjectives, Active and Passive voice, Infinite Gerunds, and Adverb types.

Advanced level:

In the final level, we focus on training the students to equip themselves in a professional environment. Students are provided with various scenarios of business communication like Email Conversations, Communication with higher-level authorities, the communication between the peer through telephonic conversation, and communication with customers and dealers

Students can enroll in any of these levels as per their requirements. Invariant of whichever level you have enrolled other than the Beginner stage, a recap session is always provided to the students to cope up with the syllabus. 

Insights of English

In English the shortest and a complete sentence is - "I am"
The oldest word of English is " I"
English has a Pangram sentence, it means a sentence that contains all the letters of the language. Given below are the examples of Pangram sentences.
The two longest words in English and their meanings are listed below.

“Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious”  - meaning Fantastic. This word was added to the English dictionary and it was taken from the movie "Marry Poppins".

“Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis” - meaning A lung disease caused by inhaling the dust or ash.

Most common letter in English is "E"
The word " Swims" will remain as " Swims" even if you turn it upside down. These kinds of words are called Ambigrams. 
Only two words that end with "gry" in English. Those words are "angry" and " hungry".
Also, there are only two words that end with " mt" They are "dreamt" and " undreamt".

The above mentioned are some of the insights into English. Spoken English Classes in Chennai at FITA provides the students with a lively environment where they can learn the finer details of the English as well. 

Need for learning Spoken English 

The primary reason for people learning English everywhere across the globe is because it is the common medium of communication at business level and considered to be the language of business and trade. It is undeniable that most of the IT sectors or other industries who hire employees for their organization test the communication skills of the individual. Ever since the globalization and privatization of business took place, English is used extensively in communication in the global markets. Good knowledge of English is required when you want to pursue your higher studies. Also, most of the Education systems are framed in English. English is also the language of the "Internet". Almost all the platforms on the internet uses English. Hence, learning English is mandatory for anyone who seeks to enhance their professional or academic career. Learn the language professionally under the guidance of trained experts at FITA and improve your career and academic opportunities by speaking fluently in English.

Career prospects in learning Spoken English 

There is a wide career opportunity in learning the language. A few of the sectors where English plays a major role in creating job opportunities are as follows.

Sales and Marketing jobs
Call Center Jobs 
Public Relation Officer
Travel Guide
AeroFlight Sector

Spoken English Class in Chennai at FITA focuses primarily on the individual learning capacity and also helps them to acquire market-relevant skills to enhance their career opportunities.

Inclusion of Indian words in the Oxford Dictionary

English is the most inclusive language of the world and it is also one of the reasons that it has gained more significance. Indian words that are added in the Oxford Dictionary are as follows.

Tamil origin 

Aiyo - meaning, an expression of grief or regret.

Sanskrit origin

Ghee - Purified butter that is made from the milk of a buffalo or cow.

Puri-  a small, round piece of bread made of unleavened wheat flour.

Hindi origin

Badmash- Dishonest or Unprincipled man.

Bhelpuri- The Indian dish of puffed rice, spices, onions, and hot chutney.

Churidar- Traditional Dress worn by most of the South Asian people.

Chutney- The spicy condiment of Indian origin, made of vegetables with salt, spices, and vinegar,

Dhaba- A roadside food restaurant or stall 

Didi-  An elder sister or older female cousin.

Masala- The mixture of ground spices that is used in Indian cooking.

Pukka - Genuine; excellent; or respectable person in the society

Puri-  a small, round piece of bread made of unleavened wheat flour.

Yaar-  meaning friend


It is stated that for every two hours there is a new word added to the English Dictionary. Those new words are added in various streams like the Business, Science and Medicine, and Entertainment sector. Given below is the list of words that are included in the English Oxford Dictionary.

Aucklander- The native or inhabitant of the city of Auckland
Aperol- The proprietary name for an orange-colored Italian aperitif 
Baff- Meaning A Slipper
Bam- Foolish or annoying person
Caucusing- The action of holding a meeting in a caucus.
Cohee- The inhabitants of the mountain regions of Western Virginia.
Dof- Dim-witted, clueless
Dragon fruit- A edible fruit of pitaya cactus.
e-bike- Electric bicycle
exomoon - The Natural Satellite orbiting the extrasolar planet.
Fantoosh- Fancy, and Showy
Fever Swamp - The area of low lying ground
Grass trimmer- The way in which a ball hit the ground
Grassy knoll- Reference to the conspiracy of the second men involved in the US assassination.
Hok- Enclosure of domestic animals
Hir- Gender-neutral possessive adjective
imbizo - Meeting or Assembly
Invert- An Invertebrate
Jibbons- Spring onions
Jerkface- Irritating and Despicable person
Jozi- Nickname of the city Johannesburg
Koevoet- Paramilitary counter-insurgency unit in South African police
Knablick - A small piece or irregularly shaped stone
Lekgotla - Public space for community assemblies
Mobula- Mobula ray
Nutsack- The Sack in which nuts are collected or stored
Overton Window- the idea of public policy and social issues which is acceptable by the public
Poplekind- Human Race
Quillow - The quilt which can be folded into an attached pocket to make a pillow.
Rooked - Considered to be money fraudulent or underhand dealer
Sprint- Quick Movement
Titie- A young woman or girl
Ube- The variety of Yam species or white flesh
Virginia Algonquian - Related to or belonging North American Indian people who inhabited the coastal parts of the present state of Virginia. 
Weegie- A native of Glasgow or a Glaswegian
Yankton- Member of the Sioux people of south-eastern South Dakota.

Spoken English Classes in Chennai at FITA provides students with the in-depth knowledge of the language and its usage. FITA helps the students to overcome the communication barrier by training the students from their basics and trains them efficiently in speaking the language.


The invariant suggestions you get from your friends or peers to develop your Spoken English Skills are given below.

  • Look for an English speaking partner and converse with them in English.
  • Also, have an ear for how they converse with you and others.
  • Watch Movies and listen to music in English
  • Daily read a passage in the periodicals loudly to develop the reading skills.
  • Talk to yourself in English, record it and hear your recordings to evaluate your mistakes.

By following the above methods you can learn to speak in English but to have a holistic understanding of English and its usage getting trained under professional tutors is necessary. Spoken English Classes in Chennai at FITA help the students in improving their Spoken English skills by providing necessary training and interactive class sessions.

Given below is the list of popular books that are useful to increase the vocabulary skills in English.

  • McGraw- Hill Essential ESL Dictionary
  • Oxford Picture Dictionary
  • NTC Vocabulary Builders
  • English Vocabulary in Use series
  • 504 Absolutely Essential Words.

Though the above-mentioned books help the students in learning the vocabulary of English, it is difficult to learn the pronunciation and usage of words in context through books. It is preferable to get into a professional institute and learn the context and pronunciation of words practically. Spoken English Class in Chennai at FITA trains the students with the right blend of theoretical and practical knowledge.Tutors at FITA have a decade of experience in this field and they train the students professionally. 

The hindrances differ based on the individual's but given below are the general hindrances that are faced by the speakers who strives to communicate with others. 

  • Lack of Vocabulary
  • Grammar usage
  • Pronunciation of words
  • Hesitation in speaking with others because of fluency
  • Also, the lack of self-confidence.

To overcome the above-mentioned difficulties you need the proper and professional resource of learning the language. Spoken English Classes in Chennai at FITA supports the students to overcome the above issues by providing the necessary individual attention. FITA encourages the students to gain confidence in their communication and also provides professional training to them. 

English is the most commonly spoken language across the globe.The reason for it to be the Lingua Franca of the world is because of its features or special characteristics and they are as follows. 

  • Receptiveness
  • Heterogeneousness
  • Simplicity of Inflexion 
  • Fixed Word Order 
  • Use of Periphrasis
  • Growth of Intonation.

Given below is the list of Grammar books for beginners to learn.

  • Wren and Martin by P.C. Wren and H. Martin.
  • Word Power Made Easy - Norman Lewis
  • Basic Grammar in Use Student's Book with Answers - Raymond Murphy
  • Grammar Workbook Grade7-8 - Lisa Francis
  • The Elements of Style Workbook - William Strunk Jr.
  • Complete English Grammar Rules- Farlex International 
  • ESL Beginner Premium Edition with e-flashcards- Sherry Boguchal
  • Understanding English Grammar - Martha J.Kolln, Joseph Salvatore, Loretta S. Gray.

One can learn grammar through books but English has numerous nuances that are to be taught. It is a little tedious process to learn grammar through books. Spoken English Classes in Chennai at FITA trains the students efficiently from their basics and they explain the concepts of grammar and its applications holistically.

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