Roby Patrick

T Nagar, Chennai, India - 600018

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Roby Patrick

English Tutor

T Nagar, Chennai, India - 600018.

59 Students taught

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I am an English tutor and a corporate spoken English trainer.
I run an Institute at T.Nagar very close to the Nagar bus terminus.
I also do corporate training.
My past corporate client was Aashiana housing private Ltd., a CIT colony.
My current corporate client is Durr India Private Limited, Nandanam.
I have been in this field since the year 2012.
Before this, I worked in blue-chip companies like Airtel, Vodafone, Raymond, Etisalat, Videocon etc., for 20 years.
My last designation was at the level of Senior Manager.
Since the year 2012, I have been using my corporate experience and my knowledge of the English language to help my students enhance their English communication / soft skills by teaching them vocabulary, English Grammar, sentence construction & conversation skills.
I teach my students how to write, read, listen and speak English well.
My students are from various walks of life - working executives, homemakers, school & college students, professionals, people in business etc.

Languages Spoken

English

Tamil

Malayalam

Hindi

Education

Loyola college 1988

Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)

Address

T Nagar, Chennai, India - 600018

Landmark: Near T Nagar bus terminus

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Spoken English classes Overview

Spoken English classes

Excellence Award Winner 2016

Best Spoken English Teacher in Chennai

Pro Of The Month Award Winner July 2017

For Spoken English in Chennai

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Spoken English classes

7

Age groups catered to

Below 10 yrs, 10 yrs to 25 yrs, Above 25 yrs

Lived or Worked in English Speaking Country

No

Awards and Recognition

Yes

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Certification

None

Name

MMCC spoken English TNagar

Demo Class Provided

Yes

Profession

Tutor

Language of instruction offered

Tamil to English, English to English, Malayalam to English

Curriculum Expertise

State, CBSE, International, ICSE/ISC

Citizen of English Speaking Country

Yes

Class strength catered to

One on one/ Private Tutions, Group Classes

Teaching done in

English Grammer, Vocabulary, Basic Spoken English

Teaching at

Institute

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Reviews (23)

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5.0 out of 5.0 23 reviews

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12 Mar, 2019

Sowmiya attended Spoken English

"MMCC institute is a very good training center. I come from Nungambakkam to MMCC institute for learning English. The Spoken English trainer Roby sir speaks English fluently. He teaches us to talk with fluency. He explains Grammar well. He helped me draft my personal mails. I have attended 6 or 7 classes only but I have learnt something new every time. This class is very useful. I really believe now that I will speak English fluently in the future if I attend his class regularly. I bought a Grammar book and it is useful for me. I practice the grammar exercises daily in my house. I told my friends and brothers that MMCC institute is very useful and I have recommended them to meet Roby sir. "

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11 Mar, 2019

Yogaraj attended Spoken English

"The best Spoken English coaching center at a reasonable fee. I am satisfied with their teaching. Now my English fluency has improved. "

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18 Jan, 2019

S.mokesh attended

"Mr. Robert teaches English very well. I have been attending his classes for three months. I have learned a lot from him. His way of teaching is very different.The way he explains English through Tamil is quite interesting. It's very easy to learn English through his methods. For Tamil speaking students like me, it is ideal."

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12 Sep, 2017

Santhosh attended

"Mr. Robert is a very good teacher. He helped me improve my English. "

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Answers by Roby (10)

Answered on 16/09/2016 Language/Spoken English

I can teach you since I know Malayalam. However I am located at Chennai. If you are also located at Chennai, I may be able to help you out. Request you to call / write to me in case you are interested.
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Answered on 27/07/2016 Language/Spoken English

'A European' is correct. The first alphabet of the word 'European' is a vowel. However, the sound of the word is more like 'Youropean' and not like the sound of the vowel 'e' in elephant. Hence the article 'a' is used instead of 'an'.
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Answered on 27/07/2016 Language/Spoken English

Yes. If a word starts with a vowel but does not sound like one, then the article 'a' is to be used instead of 'an'. For eg. the word 'university' sounds like 'youniversity'. So we should use the article 'a' instead of 'an'. Likewise, 'European' sounds like 'youropean' and union sounds like 'younion'.
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Answered on 21/07/2016 Language/Spoken English

Consider the sentence "Somebody cleans the office everyday". This sentence is in simple present active voice with the subject denoted by the word "somebody" and the object denoted by the words "the office". The action denoted by the verb "cleans" is transferred to the object by the subject. The... ...more
Consider the sentence "Somebody cleans the office everyday". This sentence is in simple present active voice with the subject denoted by the word "somebody" and the object denoted by the words "the office". The action denoted by the verb "cleans" is transferred to the object by the subject. The above sentence can be changed into simple present passive voice likewise - "The office is cleaned everyday [by somebody]". Note that the subject and the object have interchanged their positions. The format for the verb in simple present passive positive format is "am/is/are + past participle". In the above example the active verb changes from "cleans" to "is cleaned" and the action denoted by the verb transfers to the subject in this case.
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Answered on 20/07/2016 Language/Spoken English

The verb lie has 2 meanings. When we refer to 'lie' as in 'lying down on the floor', the simple past and the past participle are lay and lain respectively. When we refer to 'lie' with the meaning 'false statement', then the simple past and past participle is the same word which is 'lied'.
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Spoken English classes 5.0

Excellence Award Winner 2016

Best Spoken English Teacher in Chennai

Pro Of The Month Award Winner July 2017

For Spoken English in Chennai

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Spoken English classes

7

Age groups catered to

Below 10 yrs, 10 yrs to 25 yrs, Above 25 yrs

Lived or Worked in English Speaking Country

No

Awards and Recognition

Yes

Enter you Award details

Urbanpro award

Certification

None

Name

MMCC spoken English TNagar

Demo Class Provided

Yes

Profession

Tutor

Language of instruction offered

Tamil to English, English to English, Malayalam to English

Curriculum Expertise

State, CBSE, International, ICSE/ISC

Citizen of English Speaking Country

Yes

Class strength catered to

One on one/ Private Tutions, Group Classes

Teaching done in

English Grammer, Vocabulary, Basic Spoken English

Teaching at

Institute

Soft Skills Training Classes 5.0

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Soft Skills Training Classes

9

Softskills Training Offered

Motivational Training , Goal Setting Training , Time Management Training , Conflict Management, Leadership Training , Anger & Stress Management Training , Business Etiquette Training , Creative Problem Solving Skills Training , Influencing Skills Training , Dale Carnegie Training , Positive Thinking Training , NLP Training - Confidence Building , Negotiation Skills Training , Assertiveness Skills Training , Public Speaking Training , Presentation Skills Training , Business English , Decision Making Skills Training , Behavioral Skills Training, Management Training , Team Building Training , Dining Etiquette Training , Body Language Training , Personal Effectiveness Training

Answers by Roby (10)

Answered on 16/09/2016 Language/Spoken English

I can teach you since I know Malayalam. However I am located at Chennai. If you are also located at Chennai, I may be able to help you out. Request you to call / write to me in case you are interested.
Answers 48 Comments
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Answered on 27/07/2016 Language/Spoken English

'A European' is correct. The first alphabet of the word 'European' is a vowel. However, the sound of the word is more like 'Youropean' and not like the sound of the vowel 'e' in elephant. Hence the article 'a' is used instead of 'an'.
Answers 5 Comments
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Answered on 27/07/2016 Language/Spoken English

Yes. If a word starts with a vowel but does not sound like one, then the article 'a' is to be used instead of 'an'. For eg. the word 'university' sounds like 'youniversity'. So we should use the article 'a' instead of 'an'. Likewise, 'European' sounds like 'youropean' and union sounds like 'younion'.
Answers 44 Comments
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Answered on 21/07/2016 Language/Spoken English

Consider the sentence "Somebody cleans the office everyday". This sentence is in simple present active voice with the subject denoted by the word "somebody" and the object denoted by the words "the office". The action denoted by the verb "cleans" is transferred to the object by the subject. The... ...more
Consider the sentence "Somebody cleans the office everyday". This sentence is in simple present active voice with the subject denoted by the word "somebody" and the object denoted by the words "the office". The action denoted by the verb "cleans" is transferred to the object by the subject. The above sentence can be changed into simple present passive voice likewise - "The office is cleaned everyday [by somebody]". Note that the subject and the object have interchanged their positions. The format for the verb in simple present passive positive format is "am/is/are + past participle". In the above example the active verb changes from "cleans" to "is cleaned" and the action denoted by the verb transfers to the subject in this case.
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Answered on 20/07/2016 Language/Spoken English

The verb lie has 2 meanings. When we refer to 'lie' as in 'lying down on the floor', the simple past and the past participle are lay and lain respectively. When we refer to 'lie' with the meaning 'false statement', then the simple past and past participle is the same word which is 'lied'.
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Roby Patrick describes himself as English Tutor. He conducts classes in Soft Skills Training and Spoken English. Roby is located in T Nagar, Chennai. Roby takes Regular Classes- at his Home. He has 9 years of teaching experience . Roby has completed Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) from Loyola college in 1988. HeĀ is well versed in English, Tamil, Malayalam and Hindi. Roby has got 23 reviews till now with 100% positive feedback.

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