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Improve your English language skills by enrolling in the British Council English Language Centre which is ideal for children, adults and working professionals alike.

Published: 18th October 2013 10:18 AM  |   Last Updated: 18th October 2013 10:18 AM   |  A+A-

Improve your English language skills by enrolling in the British Council English Language Centre which is ideal for children, adults and working professionals alike. The centre also provides preparatory classes for IELTS exam aspirants and has introduced two new curses specifically designed for the writing and speaking components. Keeping in mind the preparation necessary for the exam, the duration of the courses are only 12 hours.

The other course on offer for adults are English Evolution for learners who want to work on speaking, listening, reading and writing plus grammar and vocabulary to develop overall communicative expertise, English Impact for learners who want to improve their fluency and confidence in interviews, group discussions and public speaking and English Executive meant for working professionals who want to communicate better with clients and colleagues at their workplace. The duration of the course is 42 hours.

Parents can enroll their children in the age group of eight to 15 years which are specifically designed to help the children learn the language in a fun and interactive manner. The course duration is 28 hours.

All students have to take a British Council level assessment test before registering to ensure that they take the course most suited to their ability and needs.  Registrations for the next term are open until November 7 and classes start on November 8.

For details, contact 040 23483333 or SMS English to 567678. On can also log on to the  website www.britishcouncil.in.



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