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Complete English : Intensive English for Young Learners

Excellent English speaking talents are inherited by many outstanding Indians or global citizens. Your child could be one of the great English speakers ?  Fundamental English language skills that help your children have more confidence while speaking or interacting with others. 
4 Main Skills : Speaking, Reading, Writing and Listening Skills. Plus Spelling, Grammars & Vocabulary.
Study mode : Offline & Online Classes
Study Modes : Offline & Online Classes
Aged Group : 7 - 14 Years old.
Flexible Start date & Admission is available throughout the year.

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What you will learn

  • Grammar lesson essential for future studies in schools and colleges.


  • In Reading comprehension, the child should be able to summary or get the main idea of the reading text.

  • The child should be able to spell the words correctly as well as know the meaning.

  • Enhance clarity of speech and pronunciation. 

  • In mainstream classrooms, the child'll learn more than 1000 important words, phrases and idioms in English.


  • The child shall learn how to think and answer in English (Basic level) rather than Hindi - English transition.

  • The child should be able to communicate well in English with good fluency and with proper grammar correction in place. (Introductory level)

Intensive English for Young Learners 

General intensive English curricula are based on a preliminary study and classify learners into three stages of understanding: basic, intermediate and advancement. This technique allows learners in the lower classes to get the required skills. In addition, groups in the medium level may easily attain more understanding, thereby improving their English abilities.

This course prepares students for 4 main abilities in English: reading, writing, speaking and listening. This course aims to enhance the general understanding of basic English language abilities, including the development of basic grammatical principles and applications. Improved daily vocabulary in professional and academic circles.


By the end of the course, the student will be fully developed and able to use English skills and knowledge in his everyday life.

Themes are listed (Subject to the age group)

Syllabus Primary Batch (Aged 7 - 8)

  • Letters & Sound in English (phonics)

  • Words and orthography.

  • Dictation and utterance.

  • The meaning and vocabulary.

  • Understanding reading.

  • Uses and applications of basic grammar.

HSC Batch Syllabus (Age 9 and above)

  • Vocabulary and spelling continue to improve.

  • Reading Comprehension and Exercises at the Pre-Intermediate Level

  • Applications and usages of pre-intermediate grammar.

  • Ability to Write

  • Ability to Speak and Listen


The student is expected to develop in the following areas by the conclusion of the course :

  • Well-versed in the English language abilities required for day-to-day communication

  • English grammar and vocabulary understanding and correctness in relevant terms and context

  • Writing abilities - Formal/informal writing that is grammatically accurate

  • Developing communication (speaking) and public speaking abilities

Offline course features :

  • Class limited for only 6 students / batch

  • We follow the COVID - Guideline

  • Materials for entire courses  

The following are the features of the online course:

  • LIVE ONLINE Class via Google Meetings

  • E-learning materials for whole courses (download & printable) includes a recorded session for additional practice

  • Class size is small.

  • Tuition can be provided on an individual or group basis.

  • The commencement date is flexible.

  • Easily access on any devices with good internet speeds.

How can I tell whether my English language abilities have improved?

The following exercises will be used to monitor learner progress during the course:

  • Class Quiz Every Week

  • Monthly Tasks (presentation, group debate, group discussion)

  • Monthly & Final Exams

  • Assignments in class

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