Spoken English

Western Overseas offers Spoken English programs at all levels i.e. from beginner to advance. The intention of this program is to develop the overall fluency and accuracy of a person in the English language. Our Spoken English courses are designed in a unique manner to develop your spoken fluency by making use of various effective and proven skills. Such as role-plays, interviews, group discussions, and public speaking assignments.

Importance of Spoken English

Today, English has become the most important language of communication at an international level. English is chosen to be a primary language for many countries, around the world. English is the official language of no less than 49 countries. Nowadays, it is a prime need for a lot of people to be able to speak fluent English, because English tops the list of basic requirements for various jobs and opportunities.

Most of the elite universities in the world are located in the countries where the medium of instruction is English. When multi-national businessmen or delegates assemble for a meeting, most of the time, their way of communication is English.

Communication is an indispensable part of one’s personality. So, if you are conscious about your personality, you should consider learning how to be fluent in English. It helps you in developing self-confidence and a personality that attracts many. If you are a wanderer and love to travel around the world, it is important to know how to speak good English because, it is important for you to have good knowledge of English as it will be a frequently spoken language, which will be confronted by a passenger on the road.

All these facts show the importance of English Speaking and IELTS coaching. Our Special Spoken English course is designed for young learners to help them improve their fluency in oral and writing skills. Business English courses offer professional people an opportunity to improve their English. Though the results are rewarding beyond limits, learning any language is a complex and long process. One of the most difficult and demanding things is to transfer the fluency of the language from the classroom to the ‘real’ world. In the classroom, everyone knows you are a participant and making mistakes is no big deal, even the environment is friendly. But in the real world, you need to be aware of what words come out of your mouth and mistakes are not an option.

Role Plays

Role-plays can ease the participant’s transition into using English in real-world situations. Students act out a real-life situation, for example checking in at a hotel. Role-plays are where students take on different personalities. for example; In a role to play a student can be asked to play the role of “Angry Neighbor”, which is opposite to the character for the student.


Though there’s no rocket science to it, this really is the million-dollar question, because few aspects of English make new speakers of the language quite stressed and anguished. People who are used to clear, precise grammatical rules find the challenges English grammar can be both funny and, often, puzzling.
The fact that native English speakers themselves often have little grammatical knowledge does not really help  either; They are quite ready to justify an unusual word order, a completely illogical verb ending or the vagaries of spelling with a shrug of the shoulders and a ‘well, that’s just the way it is’ kind of comment.
And yet, millions of students such as you, coming to English as a second or even a third language, have learned English grammar successfully over a period of time with some consistent effort and focus. So, let’s look at some ideas that can help you learn the ropes quite easily.

Public Speaking

Public speaking involves the process of communicating, communicating with a group of people in a structured, deliberately manner for informing, influencing, or entertaining listeners. The art of public speaking has the power to charm people into listening to what you have to say.