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Santosh George

Electronic City, Bangalore, India - 560100

Santosh George Spoken English trainer in Bangalore

Santosh George

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Electronic City, Bangalore, India - 560100.

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* Trainer with over 14 years experience in corporate training.
* First hand experience with American accent and culture in the United States.
* Specializes in Communication skills, Voice and Accent ( Neutral and American) , Cross cultural communication, American Culture, Customer service and more.
* Voice over services for corporate and industrial ads and e-learning projects.
* Provides intermediate training classes to help individuals improve their English by sounding more natural and confident, with improved fluency and clarity, using non-traditional and fun techniques.
*IELTS classes ( with accent and cultural awareness) to better equip individuals who are planning to work or study abroad.
* Train the trainer programs for individuals who speak well and would like to get groomed as communication skills and voice and accent trainers.

Languages Spoken

English

Education

Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, U.S.A 1990

Management Information Systems

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Electronic City, Bangalore, India - 560100

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Spoken English classes

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Spoken English classes

14

Lived or Worked in English Speaking Country

Yes

Exams Attended

TOEFL

Awards and Recognition

Yes

Certification

None

Demo Class Provided

Yes

Profession

Working Professional

Language of instruction offered

English to English

Citizen of English Speaking Country

Yes

Class strength catered to

Group Classes

Teaching done in

Basic Spoken English, English Grammar, Vocabulary

Teaching at

Institute

Teaching Experience in detail in Spoken English classes

I have 14 years of training experience in the ITeS and IT fields. My main area of expertise is Communication Skills, Voice and accent, Cross-cultural communication and English fluency. I lived and studied in the U.S for over 11 years, so I have first-hand experience with the language requirements to work or study abroad.

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FAQs

1. Are you a native English speaker?

Yes

2. Which classes do you teach?

I teach Accent Training Classes, Communication Skills Training, IELTS Coaching and Spoken English Classes.

3. Do you provide a demo class?

No, I don't provide a demo class.

4. How many years of experience do you have?

I have been teaching for 14 years.

Answers by Santosh George (5)

Answered on 05/06/2017 Language/Spoken English

Start with developing your listening skills. Listening to native speakers would be better, though you may not understand them fully in the beginning. Use television and the internet, news and narrative channels like National Geographic, Discovery, etc. Also start reading good but easy to understand magazines,... ...more
Start with developing your listening skills. Listening to native speakers would be better, though you may not understand them fully in the beginning. Use television and the internet, news and narrative channels like National Geographic, Discovery, etc. Also start reading good but easy to understand magazines, like suggested above by another user, The Readers Digest is a very good on. Read complete phrases and sentences, try to understand them and then try to speak what you read, out loudly, without looking in the book. You can confirm the accuracy of what you memorised by recording yourself. Keep doing this and immerse yourself in English programs, talk shows and movies. You- tube also has a lot that will help with improving your language. Watch TED videos to listen to some good speakers.
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Answered on 24/03/2016 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

Taking any kind of training online has its pros and cons. One great advantage obviously would be to be able to avoid city commute and traffic and maybe the lack of disturbance or distractions from others . The down side would be the lack of interaction with other students and of course the teacher, when... ...more
Taking any kind of training online has its pros and cons. One great advantage obviously would be to be able to avoid city commute and traffic and maybe the lack of disturbance or distractions from others . The down side would be the lack of interaction with other students and of course the teacher, when it comes to having a better human touch like maybe being able to read ones expressions better , in other words missing out on some of the body language that is very important in communication.
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Answered on 24/03/2016 Language/Spoken English

Well how old English is, hardly has any relevance to learning to speak it well. I'm sure Google can give you the whole history but remember, languages evolve over a period of time and what English was a couple of hundred of years ago, would have hardly been anything like what it sounds now.
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Answered on 24/03/2016 Language/Spoken English

The average individual only has a vocabulary of about 1500 words and that is more than enough to speak effectively. You don't need to use hard-to-crack or sophisticated words in order to sound good . It will, in most cases, just make you sound like a nerd and the listener would miss the point. So, to... ...more
The average individual only has a vocabulary of about 1500 words and that is more than enough to speak effectively. You don't need to use hard-to-crack or sophisticated words in order to sound good . It will, in most cases, just make you sound like a nerd and the listener would miss the point. So, to answer your question, I would say, not grammar or the rules of grammar but your grammatical correctness would be more important and believe it or not, that can be achieved WITHOUT studying grammar :)
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Answered on 27/01/2016 Language/Spoken English

Hi Anna, Language skills are not acquired overnight. However, if you already understand reasonably well and speak some, it will help to read, understand and memorize as many phrases as possible. Look at a group of words that make almost complete sense, understand the meaning, memorize it and then read... ...more
Hi Anna, Language skills are not acquired overnight. However, if you already understand reasonably well and speak some, it will help to read, understand and memorize as many phrases as possible. Look at a group of words that make almost complete sense, understand the meaning, memorize it and then read it out loud without looking at it .You may glance back at it to make sure you're reading it right. This should help but would be much more effective if you can spend 3 to 6 months on it .
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Spoken English classes 3.3

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Spoken English classes

14

Lived or Worked in English Speaking Country

Yes

Exams Attended

TOEFL

Awards and Recognition

Yes

Certification

None

Demo Class Provided

Yes

Profession

Working Professional

Language of instruction offered

English to English

Citizen of English Speaking Country

Yes

Class strength catered to

Group Classes

Teaching done in

Basic Spoken English, English Grammar, Vocabulary

Teaching at

Institute

Teaching Experience in detail in Spoken English classes

I have 14 years of training experience in the ITeS and IT fields. My main area of expertise is Communication Skills, Voice and accent, Cross-cultural communication and English fluency. I lived and studied in the U.S for over 11 years, so I have first-hand experience with the language requirements to work or study abroad.

Communication Skills Training 3.3

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Communication Skills Training

14

Accent Training Classes classes 3.3

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Accent Training Classes classes

14

IELTS Coaching classes 3.3

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in IELTS Coaching classes

14

Experience in taking IELTS exam

No

Demo Class Provided

Yes

Background

Working Professional

Awards and Recognition

Yes

Paper for which assistance is provided

General (For intending to work in a non-technical job abroad), Academic (For students)

Teaching Experience in detail in IELTS Coaching classes

14 years experience in training ITes and IT staff and individuals to help them improve their listening skills, fluency in English, better reading and writing skills, eliminating mother-tongue-influence and sound more confident with their tone. In addition, I also train them on accent and cultural awareness to better equip them with their work or study abroad. I studied and lived in the United States for over 11 years, so I have first-hand experience with what level of language will be expected of people going there to study or work.

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Answers by Santosh George (5)

Answered on 05/06/2017 Language/Spoken English

Start with developing your listening skills. Listening to native speakers would be better, though you may not understand them fully in the beginning. Use television and the internet, news and narrative channels like National Geographic, Discovery, etc. Also start reading good but easy to understand magazines,... ...more
Start with developing your listening skills. Listening to native speakers would be better, though you may not understand them fully in the beginning. Use television and the internet, news and narrative channels like National Geographic, Discovery, etc. Also start reading good but easy to understand magazines, like suggested above by another user, The Readers Digest is a very good on. Read complete phrases and sentences, try to understand them and then try to speak what you read, out loudly, without looking in the book. You can confirm the accuracy of what you memorised by recording yourself. Keep doing this and immerse yourself in English programs, talk shows and movies. You- tube also has a lot that will help with improving your language. Watch TED videos to listen to some good speakers.
Answers 77 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 24/03/2016 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

Taking any kind of training online has its pros and cons. One great advantage obviously would be to be able to avoid city commute and traffic and maybe the lack of disturbance or distractions from others . The down side would be the lack of interaction with other students and of course the teacher, when... ...more
Taking any kind of training online has its pros and cons. One great advantage obviously would be to be able to avoid city commute and traffic and maybe the lack of disturbance or distractions from others . The down side would be the lack of interaction with other students and of course the teacher, when it comes to having a better human touch like maybe being able to read ones expressions better , in other words missing out on some of the body language that is very important in communication.
Answers 10 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 24/03/2016 Language/Spoken English

Well how old English is, hardly has any relevance to learning to speak it well. I'm sure Google can give you the whole history but remember, languages evolve over a period of time and what English was a couple of hundred of years ago, would have hardly been anything like what it sounds now.
Answers 7 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 24/03/2016 Language/Spoken English

The average individual only has a vocabulary of about 1500 words and that is more than enough to speak effectively. You don't need to use hard-to-crack or sophisticated words in order to sound good . It will, in most cases, just make you sound like a nerd and the listener would miss the point. So, to... ...more
The average individual only has a vocabulary of about 1500 words and that is more than enough to speak effectively. You don't need to use hard-to-crack or sophisticated words in order to sound good . It will, in most cases, just make you sound like a nerd and the listener would miss the point. So, to answer your question, I would say, not grammar or the rules of grammar but your grammatical correctness would be more important and believe it or not, that can be achieved WITHOUT studying grammar :)
Answers 8 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 27/01/2016 Language/Spoken English

Hi Anna, Language skills are not acquired overnight. However, if you already understand reasonably well and speak some, it will help to read, understand and memorize as many phrases as possible. Look at a group of words that make almost complete sense, understand the meaning, memorize it and then read... ...more
Hi Anna, Language skills are not acquired overnight. However, if you already understand reasonably well and speak some, it will help to read, understand and memorize as many phrases as possible. Look at a group of words that make almost complete sense, understand the meaning, memorize it and then read it out loud without looking at it .You may glance back at it to make sure you're reading it right. This should help but would be much more effective if you can spend 3 to 6 months on it .
Answers 20 Comments
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Santosh George describes himself as Trainer. He conducts classes in Accent Training Classes, Communication Skills Training and IELTS Coaching. Santosh is located in Electronic City, Bangalore. Santosh takes Regular Classes- at his Home. He has 14 years of teaching experience . Santosh has completed Management Information Systems from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, U.S.A in 1990. HeĀ is well versed in English.

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