The course pattern of Grammar training has been designed for increasing the knowledge and level of confidence in every student. Any individual who desires to learn English language will be helped in achieving the desired level. An individual can be a student who has lack of English language usage, an elderly person, a house wife or an individual trying to seek a good job.
Grammar Training Syallabus
Usage of Articles & Parts Of Speech
Effective Aspects of Tenses
Direct & Indirect Speech
Active & Passive Voice
Comprehensive Writing Skills
Basic Speaking Skills
Grad-Dreams Grammar Training Features
Comprehensive Study material
Unique activities & exercises
Learn at your pace
Learn from the best
Attend free seminars & guest lectures
Grammar Training Coaching Schedule
The Certification Course training batch is initiated twice on 5th and 15th of every month.
Classroom Training Schedule
Duration: Weekdays: 4 weeks Weekends: 6
Total Lectures: Weekdays: 20-22 sessions Weekends: 24-26 sessions
Duration of every lecture:Weekdays: One & a half hour (Mon-Fri) Weekends: Three hours (Sat & Sun)
Total hours spent on classroom training: 36 hours.
Practice Test Schedule
Number of practice tests: 1
Duration of every test: 2 to 3 hours
Total hours spent of practice test: 3 hours
|Batches starting from||Days||Time|
|5th of every month||Mon - Fri||Morning: 8:00 to 9:30 am Evening: 5:30 to 7:00 pm|
|15th of every month||Mon-Fri||Morning: 9:30 to 11:00 am Evening: 7:00 to 8:30 pm|
*Timings are flexible, can be adjusted or moved considering convenience of all the students. Fast track batches are also available.
Grammar Training Do’s
Practice as much as possible.
Listen to as much English as you can, preferably spoken by native English speakers.
Use new vocabulary as soon as you can.
Speak with lots of different people.
Ask friends to correct you.
Ask people to repeat something if you don't understand them.
Grammar Training DON'Ts
Don't be shy!.
Don't try to be perfect.
Don't worry about having a 'perfect' accent.
Don't spend a long time trying to remember a particular word.
Don't ask an English-speaking friend to do all the talking for you!
Don't rely on internet text chats.