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Athar

Lakdikapul, Hyderabad, India - 500004

Athar Spoken English trainer in Hyderabad

Athar

English Teacher

Lakdikapul, Hyderabad, India - 500004.

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All my education and upbringing in Canada.

Native speaker of English and Urdu/Hindi (Polyglot)

Enhanced level English in high school. (Highest level for languages)

Took Psychology in College -- assists in getting people over the fear of speaking English in public.

Ten years classroom and corporate training experience.

It is always my personal goal to get every willing Indian conversing in English.

If you already speak English but cannot get a job due to your "communication skills" I will work with you till you secure a job.

Speaking grammatically perfect "Indianised" English abroad will make it hard to get our point across. When going for higher studies or a job to the United states or Canada we have to understand and be able to communicate with the native people. Our sessions will get you used to what you would expect to hear and how to clearly convey your point.

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Urdu

Hindi

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Lakdikapul, Hyderabad, India - 500004

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Spoken English classes

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in Spoken English classes

15

Demo Class Provided

Yes

Profession

Tutor

Language of instruction offered

Hindi to English, English to English

Lived or Worked in English Speaking Country

Yes

Exams Attended

TOEFL

Awards and Recognition

Yes

Citizen of English Speaking Country

Yes

Class strength catered to

One on one/ Private Tutions

Certification

Teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL)

Teaching at

Institute

Teaching Experience in detail in Spoken English classes

Secured 649/660 Marks when moving to Canada from London -- I was in grade 8 -- this showed me I was good at a "foreign" language. Based on tests conducted after reaching Canada I was admitted in an "enhanced" school. By grade 10 I was tutoring new immigrants, coming in from South Asia, on how to communicate more effectively in English. I did this for no pay till I completed college, as a service to my fellow Indians. 8 years ago I moved back to India and took up corporate training. My experience of the Western culture and usage of language assisted me in helping a lot of companies retain accounts and customers. Now I want to help my fellow common (wo)man once again. I make sure that anyone, who in interested, speaks in English!

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FAQs

1. Are you a native English speaker?

Yes

2. Which classes do you teach?

I teach Personality Development Training and Spoken English Classes.

3. Do you provide a demo class?

Yes, I provide a free demo class.

4. How many years of experience do you have?

I have been teaching for 15 years.

Answers by Athar (3)

Answered on 17/03/2016 Language/Spoken English

The 'sounds' of English. Being Indians we have a fixed set of sounds we use and we tend to use these when we speak in English. This transference from our mother tongue makes us unclear to native English speakers. Another hurdle is the people around us. From my observations people, in India, people tend... ...more
The 'sounds' of English. Being Indians we have a fixed set of sounds we use and we tend to use these when we speak in English. This transference from our mother tongue makes us unclear to native English speakers. Another hurdle is the people around us. From my observations people, in India, people tend to look at a person using English as an outsider and tend to mock her or him. Overcoming this fear or bias has also been one of the bigger challenges.
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Answered on 17/03/2016 Language/Spoken English

The best way is to learn how you learnt your mother tongue -- immerse yourself in the language. Anywhere you can use English make sure you use it -- at work, with friends, movies etc... It does not mean you have to talk in English all the time but also listening makes a big difference.
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Answered on 17/03/2016 Language/Spoken English

1. Read, read, and read. The more you read -- especially novels and literary works, but also magazines and newspapers -- the more words you'll be exposed to. As you read and uncover new words, use a combination of attempting to derive meaning from the context of the sentence as well as from looking up... ...more
1. Read, read, and read. The more you read -- especially novels and literary works, but also magazines and newspapers -- the more words you'll be exposed to. As you read and uncover new words, use a combination of attempting to derive meaning from the context of the sentence as well as from looking up the definition in a dictionary. 2. Keep a dictionary and thesaurus handy. Use whatever versions you prefer -- in print, software, or online. When you uncover a new word, look it up in the dictionary to get both its pronunciation and its meaning(s). Next, go to the thesaurus and find similar words and phrases -- and their opposites (synonyms and antonyms, respectively) -- and learn the nuances among the words. 3. Use a journal. It's a good idea to keep a running list of the new words you discover so that you can refer back to the list and slowly build them into your everyday vocabulary. Plus, keeping a journal of all your new words can provide positive reinforcement for learning even more words -- especially when you can see how many new words you've already learned. 4. Learn a word a day. Using a word-a-day calendar or Website -- or developing your own list of words to learn -- is a great technique many people use to learn new words. This approach may be too rigid for some, so even if you do use this method, don't feel you must learn a new word every day. (Find some word-a-day Websites at the end of this article.) 5. Go back to your roots. One of the most powerful tools for learning new words -- and for deciphering the meaning of other new words -- is studying Latin and Greek roots. Latin and Greek elements (prefixes, roots, and suffixes) are a significant part of the English language and a great tool for learning new words. (Follow these links for the sections of this site that provide English Vocabulary Derived from Latin and English Vocabulary Derived from Greek.) 6. Play some games. Word games that challenge you and help you discover new meanings and new words are a great and fun tool in your quest for expanding your vocabulary. Examples include crossword puzzles, anagrams, word jumble, Scrabble, and Boggle. (Find some word-game Websites at the end of this article.) 7. Engage in conversations. Simply talking with other people can help you learn discover new words. As with reading, once you hear a new word, remember to jot it down so that you can study it later -- and then slowly add the new word to your vocabulary.
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Spoken English classes 3.6

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in Spoken English classes

15

Demo Class Provided

Yes

Profession

Tutor

Language of instruction offered

Hindi to English, English to English

Lived or Worked in English Speaking Country

Yes

Exams Attended

TOEFL

Awards and Recognition

Yes

Citizen of English Speaking Country

Yes

Class strength catered to

One on one/ Private Tutions

Certification

Teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL)

Teaching at

Institute

Teaching Experience in detail in Spoken English classes

Secured 649/660 Marks when moving to Canada from London -- I was in grade 8 -- this showed me I was good at a "foreign" language. Based on tests conducted after reaching Canada I was admitted in an "enhanced" school. By grade 10 I was tutoring new immigrants, coming in from South Asia, on how to communicate more effectively in English. I did this for no pay till I completed college, as a service to my fellow Indians. 8 years ago I moved back to India and took up corporate training. My experience of the Western culture and usage of language assisted me in helping a lot of companies retain accounts and customers. Now I want to help my fellow common (wo)man once again. I make sure that anyone, who in interested, speaks in English!

Personality Development Training Classes 3.1

Class Location

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Answers by Athar (3)

Answered on 17/03/2016 Language/Spoken English

The 'sounds' of English. Being Indians we have a fixed set of sounds we use and we tend to use these when we speak in English. This transference from our mother tongue makes us unclear to native English speakers. Another hurdle is the people around us. From my observations people, in India, people tend... ...more
The 'sounds' of English. Being Indians we have a fixed set of sounds we use and we tend to use these when we speak in English. This transference from our mother tongue makes us unclear to native English speakers. Another hurdle is the people around us. From my observations people, in India, people tend to look at a person using English as an outsider and tend to mock her or him. Overcoming this fear or bias has also been one of the bigger challenges.
Answers 9 Comments
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Answered on 17/03/2016 Language/Spoken English

The best way is to learn how you learnt your mother tongue -- immerse yourself in the language. Anywhere you can use English make sure you use it -- at work, with friends, movies etc... It does not mean you have to talk in English all the time but also listening makes a big difference.
Answers 9 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 17/03/2016 Language/Spoken English

1. Read, read, and read. The more you read -- especially novels and literary works, but also magazines and newspapers -- the more words you'll be exposed to. As you read and uncover new words, use a combination of attempting to derive meaning from the context of the sentence as well as from looking up... ...more
1. Read, read, and read. The more you read -- especially novels and literary works, but also magazines and newspapers -- the more words you'll be exposed to. As you read and uncover new words, use a combination of attempting to derive meaning from the context of the sentence as well as from looking up the definition in a dictionary. 2. Keep a dictionary and thesaurus handy. Use whatever versions you prefer -- in print, software, or online. When you uncover a new word, look it up in the dictionary to get both its pronunciation and its meaning(s). Next, go to the thesaurus and find similar words and phrases -- and their opposites (synonyms and antonyms, respectively) -- and learn the nuances among the words. 3. Use a journal. It's a good idea to keep a running list of the new words you discover so that you can refer back to the list and slowly build them into your everyday vocabulary. Plus, keeping a journal of all your new words can provide positive reinforcement for learning even more words -- especially when you can see how many new words you've already learned. 4. Learn a word a day. Using a word-a-day calendar or Website -- or developing your own list of words to learn -- is a great technique many people use to learn new words. This approach may be too rigid for some, so even if you do use this method, don't feel you must learn a new word every day. (Find some word-a-day Websites at the end of this article.) 5. Go back to your roots. One of the most powerful tools for learning new words -- and for deciphering the meaning of other new words -- is studying Latin and Greek roots. Latin and Greek elements (prefixes, roots, and suffixes) are a significant part of the English language and a great tool for learning new words. (Follow these links for the sections of this site that provide English Vocabulary Derived from Latin and English Vocabulary Derived from Greek.) 6. Play some games. Word games that challenge you and help you discover new meanings and new words are a great and fun tool in your quest for expanding your vocabulary. Examples include crossword puzzles, anagrams, word jumble, Scrabble, and Boggle. (Find some word-game Websites at the end of this article.) 7. Engage in conversations. Simply talking with other people can help you learn discover new words. As with reading, once you hear a new word, remember to jot it down so that you can study it later -- and then slowly add the new word to your vocabulary.
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Athar describes himself as English Teacher. He conducts classes in Personality Development Training and Spoken English. Athar is located in Lakdikapul, Hyderabad. Athar takes at students Home, Regular Classes- at his Home and Online Classes- via online medium. He has 15 years of teaching experience . HeĀ is well versed in English, Urdu and Hindi.

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