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Dipali Golwala
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Hello Everyone,
My name is Sunil, i am in Hyderabad and i am working on a project where i need to prepare a training module for engineers on Spoken english and communication skills, Please help me develop an approach in designing this.
Any help in this regard is deeply appreciated.
Thanks in Advance.
Sunil Kumar

Hi Sunil,
I am Bharathi working in HYD as a Voice and Accent Trainer in an MNC. Coming to your project what kind of Modules do you need to prepare?
In Spoken English we have many modules to learn like : Grammar,Free speech, Pronunciation, Intonationet etc..
and Communication skills is very vast subject .So, what are you looking for in particular.

Pls revert back for any further information.
Voice and Accent Trainer

Hi Bharathi, I just sent a message to you regarding the same. Kindly do help out if you can. Regards, Dipali
Hi Bharathi,
Thank you, Appreciate your willingness to help, In particular i am looking to build modules like below, the emphasis is on
Module -1 : "making an Engineering student(Techie) speak freely and confidently"
Module -2 : Pronunciation.
i am trying to find out the best and easy order to teach english? like starting with grammar and then tenses --- or starting with free speech excercises etc.
Thank you
Sunil Kumar

I have just sent you a mail regarding Accent training. I ned your help so can you also help me out with it.
Am also ready to take up classes for US Accent. Am in Chennai and can you help me out with your suggestions and also good training institutes in Chennai.
Awaiting your reply...

Hi Sunil,
The best way to train candidates in English is to divide it into 3 groups: Spoken or Conversational English, Grammar & Voice and Accent. The broad category of this training programme could be Language Enhancement.
1. Spoken or Conversational English - should be situational based where you train them on the daily use of English; cover topics like Shopping for Groceries, Shopping for Clothes, Visiting a Doctor etc. and towards the end you can customize it and add Engineering terms as you wanted.
2. Grammar - Focus on the 8 parts of speech, do not go into details as this attention span can snap. Concentrate on the more important techincalities.
3. Voice and Accent - focus on neutralizing their accent, cover topics like jaw exercises, intonation, syllable stress, rate of speech etc.
Feel free to ask me for any further information that you would require. Hope this was of some help to you.
Kind Regards,
Jason Esteves
Manager - Training

dear bharati,
hi i a Jitu Dhomse from baroda. Recently i have started a spoken english coaching and i would like to have some tips on teaching language and how to go about. How to make grammar part more interesting. and above all, i dont want to be a typical english teacher, i want to be something different. can u please guidde me?
my email is

I need the revised rates of special allowance for the period from Jul 2008 to Dec 2008 for Maharashtra industries.
Dear Bharthi,
How r u?
Could you please forward the same material on my email Id...

Hii Bharathi !!!
Could you please forward the modules to my email id at ?
I would be highly grateful to you as i m in dire need of such modules.
Thanks and regards in advance.
Dr Rajesh Vaishnava

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