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  1. Why learn a foreign language?

The benefits of learning a foreign language are immense. You can work abroad and with MNCs in India, Learning the language is essential for research and higher studies in a foreign country, and infact knowledge of the country specific language is a pre-requisite for studying in EU countries, China and Japan.You can work and earn as a language trainer, translator and interpreter.

If you are doing business with foreign countries, knowing their language will boost your business.

If you are a traveller, knowing the basics of the local language enables you communicate and to blend in with the people for a more fulfilling and satisfying travel experience.


2. Who can learn a foreign language?

Anyone can learn any number of foreign languages.There is no pre requisite or any minimum qualification. Age is not a factor.

Foreign languages are being taught in schools and universities. Professionals, businessmen, housewives and grandparents can learn a foreign language to communicate better with their counterparts in other countries.


3. How much time do I need to spend to learn a foreign language?

Your success at learning a new language largely depends on how interested and committed you are. We believe that most foreign language courses require 50-100 hours per level. There are 6 levels and each level requires approximately 3-4 months. Class duration is for 2-3 hours, 2 to 3 times a week. Of course the more time you spend brushing up your lessons, the better you will be.


4. Is foreign language learning expensive?

Benefits of a learning a new language always outweighs the cost of learning it. With us it costs INR 10,000-15,000 depending on the language or level selected.


5. Do I need to clear any exams?

There is no need to take an exam if you are learning as a hobby or for travel reasons. However, for professional or educational requirements, level exams must be cleared. We are here to help you through the process.


6. Do you issue any certificates validating my course?

Certificate for each level cleared is issued to successful students. Students desiring to take the level exams for each language approved by the respective countries need to take an exam by paying the requisite fees directly to the Embassy or Consulate.


7. Do you train separately for level exams conducted by Embassies and consulates?

Yes, we train separately for level exams. You can take this exam level course after completion of your scheduled course or simply take the Embassy/consulate exam if you feel confident with your learning. These exam oriented courses are separately chargeable.


8. What is the basic requirement for learning a language?

The only requirement is the urge to learn something new. There is no minimum educational qualification required. Our medium of instruction is English and you should have working knowledge of English.


9. I wish to learn a language as a matter of interest only. Do I need to clear level exams?

If you wish to learn a foreign language a hobby you do not need to pass the level exams. However life is uncertain and obtaining an embassy/consulate language proficiency certificate can help you in future to study abroad, find career opportunities or even emigration.


10. Do you assist in study abroad opportunities?

Currently we are not offering study abroad opportunities due to the pandemic. In the near future however we intend to tie up with prominent national and international clients so that you can avail both study abroad opportunities and also learn the requisite languages.


11. Can we learn two languages at a time?

It is not advisable to learn two languages at a time. It will confuse and drain you. However you can learn another language after you have completed the basic competence  in one language.


12. Which is the easiest language to learn?

It is fairly easy to learn all languages if you have the urge and are prepared to put in effort. It is generally believed that French and Spanish are the easiest to learn. Most EU languages like French, Spanish, German, Dutch and Italian use the English script.

Some people find Japanese and Mandarin somewhat tougher as you have to master new scripts.


13. Do you teach Indian languages?

We teach Indian languages like Hindi and Bengali. Our focus is on verbal communication. We also teach Urdu, Persian and Arabic.


14. Do you take classroom sessions?

We are currently focusing on online sessions due to the pandemic.

We are planning to start classroom sessions once the present situation improves. But online classes are equally effective and interesting. It saves you travel time and money and is also cost effective.


15 What are the basic requirements for online classes?

You need a laptop/desktop with a good internet connection. We discourage classes on mobile phones. We can take classes on your preferred platforms like Google meet, Zoom, VooV or other acceptable and agreed platform.


16.  What do I do if I miss classes?

Most online classes are one to one and as per as the time agreed between the trainer and you. If you do not turn up for these classes and extra time is required to complete the course, it will be chargeable extra. If it is a group session and you are not able to attend a few classes, we may be able to arrange separate coaching for the missed class at extra cost depending on the schedule of the trainer.


17. I have already learnt a foreign language. How to get someone to practice with?

It is easy to forget what you have learnt if you don’t practice regularly. We provide foreign language practice sessions in our weekly conversation club. This a chargeable on hourly basis. Brushing up classes for speaking, reading and writing of upto 4 hours duration can also be arranged. You can book these sessions as per your requirement.