Spoken English

Spoken English Course

About Spoken English coaching

ANNEX Education Dubai Offers an effective Spoken English Course to enhance your professional career. To prepare for the cut-throat working environment, it is literally essential for everyone to understand and speak the Universal language (English). Particularly for working professionals and students, English plays a crucial role in determining the success in their respective roles. It's also the language of international communication, the media and the internet, so learning English is important for socializing and entertainment as well as work!!

Although learning English can be challenging, we can see that it is also very valuable to learn and can create many opportunities! There are many facets for developing speaking skills. We provide the best English Effective Communication course which have specific lessons which alternatively brings overall development and confidence in you. Being an effective communicator in our professional and personal lives involves learning the skills to exchange information with clarity, empathy, and understanding. We are focusing on Effective Communication rather than learning regular English. We designed the course as per the needs of individuals, which is well-curated, focused on quality perspective, crisp concise and deliver in the most effective manner for you better communication skills.

What is Effective Communication?

Effective communication is the process of exchanging ideas, thoughts, opinions, knowledge, and data so that the message is received and understood with clarity and purpose. When we communicate effectively, both the speaker and listener feel satisfied. In an ever more globalized world, being able to communicate in English effectively has become essential and it’s inevitable. Business, entertainment, social media, Academics… They’ve all succumbed to the power of English communication. Communication occurs in many forms, including verbal and non-verbal, written, visual, and listening. It can occur in person, on the internet (on forums, social media, and websites), over the phone (test messages, through apps, calls, and video), or by mail. For communication to be effective, it must be clear, correct, complete, concise, and compassionate. We consider these to be the 5 C’s of communication, though they may vary depending on who you’re asking. While the effectiveness of communication can be difficult to measure, its impact is hard to deny.

What is the benefit of effective communication?

The benefits of communication effectiveness can be witnessed in the workplace, in an educational setting, and in your personal life. Learning how to communicate well can be a boon in each of these areas.

Training Levels

Annex Education uses the popular CEFR standard (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) for evaluation. The CEFR is an international guideline to measure language ability, using a scale from A1 (beginners) to C2 (language masters). The six reference English levels are widely accepted as the global standard for grading an individual’s language proficiency.

A levels- English Basic User


English test A1


The A1 level refers to speakers who have a basic grasp of the English language. If you are at the A1 level, you can understand some common phrases and words in English. You can ask and answer simple questions (i.e. How old are you? Where do you live? What’s your favorite color?).
Your interactions will be relatively basic, and you may need other people to speak slowly with you in order to understand.
This level is common among those who have only been studying English for a short time or those who have not studied English for many years and do not practice regularly.


English test A2

Elementry English

At the A2 level, you can speak in full sentences and phrases on simple topics. Your vocabulary covers a broader array of subjects than it did at the A1 level, but your interactions are still limited to direct exchanges of information. Can communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and routine matters.
You can likely have a full conversation about yourself and various parts of your life. While your listening comprehension has improved, you might still need others to speak slowly or repeat themselves from time to time.

B levels- English Independent User


English test B1

Intermediate English

Once you reach B1 level English, your English abilities are at the “intermediate” level. This means that you can speak and understand English for matters related to your daily routine. You can also be much more descriptive about your life and experiences. Finally, you can talk (using relatively simple terms) about more abstract or subjective topics, like aspirations, dreams, or opinions.
This level is common among adults who have been continuously studying English for more than one year or those who have the opportunity to practice English on a semi-regular basis


English test B2


The B2 level is often referred to as the “upper intermediate level.” As a B2 English speaker, you can take part in conversations on a variety of concrete and abstract topics. You may not know a lot of technical vocabulary, but you can still convey complex thoughts, explanations, experiences, or concepts with moderate accuracy. Can interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with users of the target language quite possible without imposing strain on either party.
This English proficiency level is common among adults who have been studying English for several years and practice regularly.

C levels- Proficient English User


English test C1

Advanced English

Once you have reached the C2 level, you are considered an advanced student of the English language.
You now have a firmer grasp of more complex grammar structures, implicit meaning in both text and speech, as well as the ability to speak English fluently in almost any environment. Though you will naturally make some errors from time to time, they are likely small and infrequent.
In order to reach the C1 level, you will likely need to study English formally for several years and practice speaking or reading English on a regular basis.
Can understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts, and recognize implicit meaning. Can express themselves fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions. Can use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes. This level of English proficiency is common among those who have lived in an English-speaking country for an extended period of time.


English test C2


C2 is the highest assessment of all 6 CEFR levels.
At this level, you can understand the vast majority of English, spoken or written, that you encounter. Though you may make rare errors, your proficiency is near or equal to that of a native English speaker. You can understand the finer nuances of tone, pacing, and word choice, even in complex texts or situations.
Can understand virtually all types of texts. Can summarise information from different oral and written sources, reconstructing arguments and accounts in a coherent presentation. Can express themselves spontaneously, very fluently and precisely, differentiating finer shades of meaning even in more complex situations.
C2 level speakers have likely been studying English for many years, practicing the language regularly or even on a daily basis with native speakers

Training Method

Practicing speaking is one of the most fun and rewarding parts of learning English. Once you can speak even a little English, there are loads of ways to improve your skills quickly while having tons of fun. The more you practice, the better and more confident you will become in your pronunciation and vocabulary. Remember, speaking is a skill like learning a musical instrument or new sport – the only way you can get good is to actually do it. Here at ANNEX Education using different training methods to improve your speaking skill, like Debate on various dominant topics, Vocabulary and Grammar sessions, One-on-One Speaking Evaluation, Visual Learning for better understanding, Online dictionaries often have audio examples so you can check your pronunciation, choose a word you would like to work on and use practice it in different sentences. Use the word until you have learned it and keep using it regularly and reading the newspaper or a magazine in the class room. This is a great way to practice pronunciation because you only need to concentrate on making sure your English sounds great and don’t need to worry about sentence structure or grammar.
So, with all these practice tips and Strategies will help you achieve your goal of speaking English fluently.

Course Duration

The duration of the course is approximately 50 hours and will be completed within 5 Weeks. Classes will be conducted on weekdays or Weekends, morning or Evening as per your schedule. Annex Education is also offering fast track training as per the convenience of the student.
Don’t step back from your responsibilities, boost your confidence and grab your lifetime opportunities through proper training on right time.