our Courses

1. Grammar

Do you have a question about the correct Grammar of the competitive English and how to write in a sentence? If so, you've come to the right place. HARANADH SPOKEN ENGLISH CENTRE is a complete English grammar guide filled with the rules of English usage. Each grammatical rule is explained in plain English with several examples, and when needed, counter-examples. English grammar is not always easy to understand, but by giving you number of examples you can be able to remind yourself of the rules of English to speak or write English with confidence.

2. English Fluency

Many have said that the English language is one of the hardest to learn. However, with the right training, learning English as a second language can be a fun and positive experience. In this article you will better understand how to tackle the English language and how to speak English fluently.

One mistake that people often make is putting in effort to study grammar rather than conversational English. In order to become a good English speaker, remember to focus on actually conversing rather than just memorizing grammatical rules. To speak good English you need to focus on conversing!

3. Vocabulary

Learning vocabulary is a very important part of learning a language. The more words you know, the more you will be able to understand what you hear and read, the better you will be able to say what you want to when speaking or writing.

Your vocabulary is extremely important! The words you use in speaking and writing create a window through which others view your knowledge. If your levels are too small in vocabulary, others may never know your abilities and potential and may never understand your opinions and insights. The Vocabulary Quick learning will make you better and much larger by allowing you to increase your knowledge of word roots and begin the lifelong process of vocabulary building

These are some tips to develop your vocabulary

  • learn the words that are important to the subjects you are studying
  • learn the words that you read or hear again and again
  • learn the words that you know you will often want to use yourself
  • do not learn words that are rare or not useful , your trainer ( Haranadh can help you with this)

4. Group Discussions Skills

A group discussion, popularly abbreviated as GD, is one of the interactive group activities, with a specific objective of employability of the candidates for a profile. It is an oral communication in a formal situation in which participants exchange their ideas and opinions with one another on a given topic, problem or situation, in a systematic manner to share information or to arrive at a common solution. It is an ideal exercise widely used as a type of personality test for evaluating many participants at a time. Normally, it is meant for those candidates who have qualified a written test and are supposed to be short-listed for the final interview.

In this we conduct more Group Discussions to develop your GD skills .

5. Presentation Skills

This course introduces the basics of oral presentation skills. It covers tips on constructing the presentation

Do you dread speaking in public or giving presentations? we aim to develop your skills, knowledge and confidence in both formal and informal presentation situations e.g. meetings, training sessions and conferences. You will have the opportunity to explore and practice key areas in both preparation and delivery of presentations through our Haranadh Spoken English Centre. Students are asked to prepare a short presentation to deliver in the classroom, providing a chance to deliver their views on that topic.

6. Interview Skills

Even the smartest and most qualified job seekers need to prepare for job interviews. Why, you ask? Interviewing is a learned skill, and there are no second chances to make a great first impression
Firstly, it is for the interviewer to see if you match the requirements of the job. These will naturally vary with different jobs but are likely to include:

  • Your personal qualities
  • How well you express yourself
  • Your motivation and enthusiasm

The recruiters will already have an indication of these from your initial application but now the interview will assess you in person.
It is also your chance to meet somebody from the organisation and assess them: are they offering what you want?
There aren't any right or wrong answers to interview questions: how you come across is as important as what you say

7. Voice and Accent

Even though you know the vocabulary and the endless grammar rules, you still find it difficult to pronounce English words correctly .
We make you speak correctly Your voice not only conveys your message – it can say a great deal about you. Like it or not, people make judgments based on the way you communicate;
in short, your professional success will depend on your speaking skills. Our Voice Training programme is designed for non-native speakers of English. The training can focus on very specific aims and can help you more .

8. Personality Development

Personality Development fundamentally means grooming and enhancing ones inner and outer personal to bring in the positive change for your life. Each and every individual features a distinct persona that could be polished, refined and developed. This technique includes improving communication, language speaking abilities and boosting ones confidence, developing certain hobbies, extending ones scope of understanding or skills, manners and studying fine etiquette, including grace and style for the way one appears, walks and talks and total imbibing oneself together with liveliness, positivity and peace

9. Just a Minute( JAM )

Just A Minute invites the student speaker to talk for sixty seconds on any given topic without hesitation, repetition or deviation. There are two important skills required over and above knowledge of the subject, and they are speaking skills and listening skills

10. Writing Skills

Writing skills are an important part of communication. Good writing skills allow you to communicate your message with clarity and ease to a far larger audience than through face-to-face or telephone conversations.
Writing is a form of communication that allows students to put their feelings and ideas on paper, to organize their knowledge and beliefs into convincing arguments, and to convey meaning through well constructed text. In its most advanced form, we learn how to build their skills in writing and how to practice to be a good writer.