How to learn English grammar at spoken English classes in Bangalore is the key question for students here as they start learning spoken English fluency. If they give attention to grammar, the fluency gets a beating. On the other hand if they focus on fluency more, the grammatical structure of their sentences goes awry. It becomes a challenge for them to integrate the two in one single whole that takes care of their grammar as effectively as it does to their fluency in one single go.
It's not only fluency that the students have to take care of, along with taking care of their grammatical structures; but it's also the pronunciation, the accent, the stage fright that they are a victim to, the body language, the voice training and the most effective content to speak. They are not able to hold them all in one single basket and one gets neglected at the cost of the other.
What's the way out? How to integrate English grammar with spoken English fluency taking care of the pronunciation, the accent, the stage fright, the body language, the voice training and the most effective content to speak along by the students who have just started taking their lessons? How to structure the English expressions correctly as it comes to using nouns, determiners, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, and conjunctions in them? How to combine words to form different kinds of phrases including noun phrases, adjective phrases, adverb phrases, preposition phrases, and determiner phrases?
What the students get confused the most with is the use of the tense structures in their sentences that they frame. Next in complexity come the right usage of prepositions and the clause structures in complex sentences.
What we have done here in our spoken English classes in Bangalore to simplify the concern regarding how to learn English grammar without tears is that we make grammar as the very content of a fluent English conversation among the students. As they discuss about grammar among themselves or with their facilitator, they are right then and there corrected by anyone among the rest of the participants or by the facilitator without losing the thread of fluency in between the discussion. And the interesting procedure rectifying grammar keeps going on and on without disturbing the flow of the discussion in any way at all.
It becomes a game for the learners to enjoy rather than a strenuous exercise to stress about by them while speaking their content out of their mind in the open. It also takes care of their stage fright springing out of their wrong grammar usage; since by the very design of the playful content of the grammar discussion, they ARE supposed to make mistakes which provide further content for the other participants to carry it along.
This innovation has proved to be a game changer as far as the novice students' concern regarding how to learn English grammar at spoken English classes in Bangalore is concerned.