English Courses

English Courses

English is a West Germanic language that was first spoken in early medieval England and is now a global lingua franca. English has developed over the course of more than 1,400 years. English is the third most spoken native language in the world, after Standard Chinese and Spanish. It is the most widely learned second language and is either the official language or one of the official languages in almost 60 sovereign states. There are more people who have learned it as a second language than there are native speakers. One out of five people can speak or at least understand English.
Learning English can help you pursue and obtain more career opportunities. These days, the job market is global—many companies need employees who can communicate with partners and clients all over the world. Very often, that means an increased demand of employees who can speak in English. Consequently, knowing English increases your chances of getting a good job in a multinational company within your home country or abroad.
English is the language of science, of aviation, computers, diplomacy, and tourism. It is also the language of international communication, the media and the internet, so learning English is important for socializing and entertainment as well.
By learning English, you can learn about other cultures too. The knowledge and experiences will make you grow as a person more by learning the values, habits and way of life of a culture that is different from yours.

English Certificate Courses –

If you are looking to develop your English skills further, or perhaps you have almost negligible English experience and would like to develop a basic understanding, then CIES is your solution! CIES offers a selection of English Courses, helping students to develop their English Language skills while in an in an interactive and communicative environment. Our range of courses will help you use English more effectively for communication in the workplace and improve your ability to interact with people in a professional capacity. Our customized programs provide life changing experiences and open doors to innumerable opportunities. Find the right course for yourself and experience the new world of learning.

Our Programs:

Basic English Course:


This certificate course is for the beginners who want to develop their general English by improving their proficiency in all the 4 skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking. Our specially designed course material gives you practical experience and skills to improve your vocabulary, grammar, pronunciation, comprehension and creative writing skills.


60 hours 12 Weeks

2 hrs. Session – thrice a week

Advanced English Course:


This certificate course is designed to teach effective communication in professional contexts. It will help you enhance your English vocabulary, improve your ability to write and speak in English in both social and professional interactions, and learn terminology and skills that can be applied for business negotiations, telephone conversations, written reports, emails, and professional presentations. You will be able to understand structured and coherent texts and communicate fluently.


24 hours 6 Weeks

2 hrs. Session – thrice a week

Spoken English Course:


This course is specially designed to improve learner’s proficiency in speaking English. If you want to develop fluency in English and become a confident speaker, this course will help you improve your overall communication skills and boost your interpersonal skills. This course is designed to help you deliver effective speeches and presentations in a fun and interactive environment. Apart from confidence building, this course will prepare you to face real world challenges.


24 hours 6 Weeks

2 hrs. Session – thrice a week

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2.     You need to give very specific ideas, rather than ideas that generally talk about the overall issue. This is in relation with how you identify keywords and micro-keywords in the questions which we will look at below.

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1. They look out for huge amounts of information.

They have watched every YouTube video, read every IELTS book and are signed up for every Facebook group related to IELTS. They constantly consume information about IELTS. They think they are working hard and all this hard work will lead to success. It won’t.

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IELTS Grammar: Conditional Sentences

There are 4 kinds of conditional sentences

1.      Zero Conditional  Sentences

They describe a real or specific situation. They highlight about what you normally do in real life situations or specific situations.

Structure : if + present verb + present verb ( adverbs of frequency can also be used such as most often, sometimes, rarely, usually)

Example.  If I go to playground for playing cricket, I sometimes take a bottle of energy drink.

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In Canada, is immigration policy too liberal?

 

Canadian Originally Answered: In Canada, is immigration policy too liberal? ?

It is a myth that Canada has a very liberal immigration policy.

 

I grew up in Canada. I went to high school in Canada. I got a four-year degree in Canada. I’m a highly skilled employee. I looked at the Canadian immigration points system and concluded that if I were in the same position, except that I wasn’t a Canadian citizen, then I wouldn’t be able to qualify to immigrate to Canada. I wouldn’t have enough points!

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