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English Speaking


English Speaking


This is MKCL’s flagship course with high quality eLearning content which emphasizes on English Communication.
This course offers detailed understanding and hands on experience of English Communication.

Why Take Admission?

  • This course focuses on the spoken English Skills of the learner
  • The emphasis is not only on learning English but on transforming the learner onto the speaker.
  • The interactive sessions helps the learner to study real life situations, boosts the confidence to face everyday situations and makes the learner comfortable to speak in English.


  • KLiC English course is recognized by Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University (YCMOU).
  • MKCL provides certificate to the KLiC learner after his/her successful course completion.
  • Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University (YCMOU) provides mark sheet to successfully passed KLiC learners from Maharashtra jurisdiction.


  • We need special skill set for professional as well as personal life.
  • Language Skills are needed to survive in the changing times. Development of Conversational Skills can help the learner in all aspects of life i.e. Professional, Social and Personal.
  • The course covers vital skills like Speaking, Listening, Reading, Writing and Understanding in English. Focuses on Vocabulary, Sentence structure, Pronunciation, Intonation (Voice, Pitch), Quality of Communication (Fluency, Emphasis, Pace, Clarity) and Non-verbal communication.


Objectives of the syllabus:

  • To make the learner proficient in English Language at a basic level as per the globally accepted standards.
  • To help the learner imbibe communication skill necessary for job success with an exposure to verbal and written communication in various contextual situations in day-to-day life with continuous practice and drills through eLearning to ensure accuracy.
  • To offer an exposure to communication skill in job / workplace situations involving thought provoking exercises with a continuous practice through eLearning so as to make him/her job ready and attain job success eventually.

The syllabus has been standardized at par with CEFR (The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) standards.

The course covers the elements given below:

  • Context Topics: To ensure that effective communication is attained in relevant domain/subject area.
  • Grammar Topics: To make the learner well versed with the language correctly.

The Syllabus ensures that the following skills are achieved:

  1. Listening
  2. Speaking
  3. Conversational Skills
  4. Reading
  5. Writing

Functions and Grammar

  1. Pronouns, Auxiliary and Action verbs
  2. Punctuation
  3. Conjugations
  4. Participles
  5. Prepositions
  6. Questions
  7. Articles
  8. Verbs and Nouns
  9. Present, Past and Future Tenses
  10. Modal Verbs
  11. Adjectives and Adverbs
  12. Direct and Indirect Speech
  13. Interrogative Sentences
  14. Active and Passive Voice

Grammar Elements

  • Verbs – Auxiliary & Action with Prepositions & Nouns, Demonstrative Determiners like This, That, and Possessive Adjectives
  • How much/how many & very Prepositions & Pronouns
  • Auxiliary Verbs & Action Verbs, Possessive ‘s.
  • Demonstrative Determiners like Here/There, These/Those, Adverbs of frequency
  • Articles – with countable and uncountable nouns & Nouns & Adjectives,
  • Articles & Nouns (Countable- Plurals) AND Apostrophe
  • There-Their- They’re & Conjunctions
  • WH-Interrogative with WORDS that are Both Nouns & Verbs + Possessive Pronouns
  • Wh-questions in the past & Conjunctions + Object Pronouns
  • Articles+ nouns (Uncountable) & Concrete & Abstract Nouns, Collective nouns
  • Nouns with Conjunctions & Homophones
  • Proper Nouns, Possessive ‘s & Modal Verbs (Can, could)
  • Nouns & Adjectives & Modal Verbs (May, Might)
  • Nouns+ Adjectives & Modal Verbs (Should, ought to)
  • Verbs & Adverbs & “I’d like” with Comparatives and Superlatives
  • Verbs & Adverbs & Modal Verbs (Shall, Used to, and “Going to”)
  • Intensifiers – Basic , Interjections With Phrasal Verbs
  • Infinitive With Verb – Plus-ING – Like
  • Sentences – Positive to Negative & Question tags with Types of Sentences – Imperative & Exclamatory
  • Gerunds+ Participles with Phrases
  • Types of Sentences – Positive to Negative with Types of Sentences – Assertive & Interrogative
  • Either-or, Neither-nor , The Infinitive
  • Phrasal Verbs & Question tags
  • Verbs & Adverbs with Compound Words & Much-Many
  • Conditional (Zero & First)
  • Adverbial phrases of frequency, time and place with Subjunctive
  • Conditional (First & Second)
  • Prefix-Suffix with So-such
  • Direct – Indirect Speech with Synonyms-Antonyms


  1. Simple Present Tense
  2. Present Continuous Tense
  3. Present Perfect Tense
  4. Present Perfect Continuous Tense
  5. Simple Past Tense
  6. Past Continuous Tense
  7. Past Perfect Tense
  8. Past Perfect Continuous Tense
  9. Simple Future Tense
  10. Future Continuous Tense
  11. Future Perfect Tense
  12. Future Perfect Continuous Tense

Context Topics (Vocabulary)

  1. Home and surrounding
  2. Greetings- Routine, season’s
  3. Health-Healthy Habits
  4. Farms-Farmers
  5. Occupations
  6. Travelling-Transportations
  7. Family-Relatives
  8. Neighbours
  9. Telling time
  10. Friends
  11. Describing people-places
  12. Future plans-Savings
  13. Accommodation
  14. Public services: Bank, Post office etc.
  15. Education-Schooling
  16. Competitions
  17. Hobbies
  18. Holidays-Picnics
  19. Social media
  20. Current Affairs
  21. Remembering past
  22. Safety
  23. Natural disasters
  24. Nationalities-Countries
  25. Meetings –Presentations
  26. Television-Films
  27. Books-literature
  28. Food
  29. Requests
  30. Dressing-clothing
  31. Garden
  32. Animals –Birds
  33. Directions and addresses
  34. Personal information
  35. Games-Sports
  36. Home town
  37. Work and jobs
  38. Look to the future
  39. Giving gifts
  40. City -Village life
  41. Dreams
  42. Shops- Market places
  43. Family traditions-Festivals
  44. Office-workplace
  45. Soldiers-Army
  46. Workplace ethics
  47. Science-Technology
  48. Computers & Internet
  49. Environment
  50. Weather-Seasons
  51. Numbers-Prices

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