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EnslavedSpirit
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Pakistan
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Posted - Sep 15 2007 :  2:41:43 PM  Show Profile  Visit EnslavedSpirit's Homepage  Send EnslavedSpirit an AOL message
Assalamu alaikum,
Dear All,

Can anyone tell me best institute for learning english language in Karachi?

i'll be thankful

Regards,

oalevel
Junior

Pakistan
55 Posts

Posted - Sep 15 2007 :  3:01:35 PM  Show Profile
I've heard about DOMINO ...
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shsaeed
Semi Senior

Pakistan
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Posted - Sep 15 2007 :  3:06:33 PM  Show Profile  Visit shsaeed's Homepage  Send shsaeed an AOL message  Send shsaeed a Yahoo! Message
Ya! Domino is the best.

Lexical English Language Institute is also very good.
its address is :
2nd floor, Al Ahmad Mansion, Block 13-B
Main University Road, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Karachi.
Phone : 4268792
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EnslavedSpirit
Unregistered Trainee

Pakistan
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Posted - Sep 15 2007 :  3:10:14 PM  Show Profile  Visit EnslavedSpirit's Homepage  Send EnslavedSpirit an AOL message

Thanks for your response,

What about Anglophile & Anees Hussain?



Regards,
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Muhammad Amir
Manager

Pakistan
886 Posts

Posted - Sep 15 2007 :  11:24:10 PM  Show Profile  Visit Muhammad Amir's Homepage  Send Muhammad Amir a Yahoo! Message


BERLITZ LANGUAGE CENTRE
#105-107,Progressive Centre,Shahrah-e-Faisal,Karachi
Telephone: (92-21) 4380038-4380034-4380035-4380036
Fax: (92-21) 4380075
Email: sales@berlitz.com.pk
URL: http://www.berlitz.com

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Muhammad Amir

Edited by - Muhammad Amir on Sep 15 2007 11:30:21 PM
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oalevel
Junior

Pakistan
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Posted - Sep 15 2007 :  11:26:11 PM  Show Profile
People prefer DOMINO over Anglophile....
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Mahtab
Manager

Pakistan
718 Posts

Posted - Sep 17 2007 :  12:10:34 PM  Show Profile
British Council Clifton
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EnslavedSpirit
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Pakistan
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Posted - Sep 20 2007 :  3:27:33 PM  Show Profile  Visit EnslavedSpirit's Homepage  Send EnslavedSpirit an AOL message
Dear Mahtab,

Can you tell me contact detail of British Council?

Phone#?
Postal Add?
email?
Website?

i'll be thankful
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khan_sade
Unregistered Trainee

Pakistan
19 Posts

Posted - Sep 21 2007 :  08:56:12 AM  Show Profile
What about Lahore?
Berlitz is so expensive, it hurts :P
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Astute Accountant
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Pakistan
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Posted - Sep 21 2007 :  11:54:56 AM  Show Profile  Visit Astute Accountant's Homepage
@ EnslavedSpirit

Postal Add: PO Box 13811
Karachi
Pakistan

Web site : www.britishcouncil.com.pk

E-mail : info@britishcouncil.org.pk

Fax : +92 (42) 111 425 425

Phone # : +92 21 111 424 424

Toll Free : 0800-22000

(From Mondays to Thursdays 9.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m. and on Friday 9.00 a.m. to 12.00 p.m. during month of Ramadan)



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khan_sade
Unregistered Trainee

Pakistan
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Posted - Sep 21 2007 :  1:05:25 PM  Show Profile
in lahoreeeeee???
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EnslavedSpirit
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Pakistan
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Posted - Sep 22 2007 :  10:36:42 AM  Show Profile  Visit EnslavedSpirit's Homepage  Send EnslavedSpirit an AOL message
Thanks alot, Astute Accountant


Regards,
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Astute Accountant
Manager

Pakistan
660 Posts

Posted - Sep 22 2007 :  10:57:44 AM  Show Profile  Visit Astute Accountant's Homepage
quote:
Originally posted by khan_sade

in lahoreeeeee???




what in Lahore???????
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Muhammad Amir
Manager

Pakistan
886 Posts

Posted - Sep 22 2007 :  3:04:34 PM  Show Profile  Visit Muhammad Amir's Homepage  Send Muhammad Amir a Yahoo! Message
quote:
what in Lahore???????


Best Institute for Learning Eanglish other than Berlitz....
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khan_sade
Unregistered Trainee

Pakistan
19 Posts

Posted - Sep 25 2007 :  1:18:14 PM  Show Profile
thanks amir for explaining it for me. Though i don't think there's some good one in lahore, i have been seeking for a long time now.
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Astute Accountant
Manager

Pakistan
660 Posts

Posted - Sep 27 2007 :  10:45:56 AM  Show Profile  Visit Astute Accountant's Homepage
Well, I don’t know about any English Language Institute at Lahore as I’ve never been at Lahore. Someone from Lahore may help......

Further, if you don’t deem any institute as good as you want it to be, then I think British Council would be the best suited for you as it works in collaboration with its offices world wide; that considers a diverse community, having different educational back grounds but the output is the same for each individual; with global acceptability of the qualification (the English Language, I mean).


Gratitude...!
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khan_sade
Unregistered Trainee

Pakistan
19 Posts

Posted - Sep 27 2007 :  12:47:01 PM  Show Profile
Dear Astute,
British council is not offering any english speaking course :( , they use to conduct a full fledge programme long ago but after 9/11 they stop functioning properly. Now all they offer is IELTS preparation, which is like one month course with all four areas coverage including speaking, listening, reading and writing. Berlitz mainly focus on speaking language but they are so costly, i got level six in their assessment test, but to complete their further four levels the expenses were like 50,000 :o, Aheeem, i thought i better watch more english movies.
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Astute Accountant
Manager

Pakistan
660 Posts

Posted - Sep 29 2007 :  10:35:44 AM  Show Profile  Visit Astute Accountant's Homepage
Well, if you can't afford, it's not a big problem. By the way, I can't comment upon, if watching english movies improve someone's english but going through 'quality' newspapers and speaking in english will surely help you a lot. We had a fellow who was not much well-versed or fluent in engilsh but used to speak consistently in english with those who were good in both verbal and written. This helped the above-said person a lot. You can also follow that person.

Good Luck for all your endeavors........
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Muhammad Amir
Manager

Pakistan
886 Posts

Posted - Sep 29 2007 :  11:08:22 AM  Show Profile  Visit Muhammad Amir's Homepage  Send Muhammad Amir a Yahoo! Message
quote:
We had a fellow who was not much well-versed or fluent in engilsh but used to speak consistently in english with those who were good in both verbal and written. This helped the above-said person a lot


Yes, Learning at the stage of learning(Studyship) is good but learning at the the professional stage will worse the things...

Lets take my example I haven't done any English Langauge course from any Institution and I also belong to GOVERNMENT SCHOOL AND COLLEGE background(you people know about conditions of all governemnt departments).I meant to say that joining learning centers is not that fruitful unless you yourself try hard and if you are willing to achieve targets no one can restrain you from achieving them unless you yourself give them up...I only want to say that when I read my previous posts(6 months older), and when i see new posts i found huge difference, perfection can never comes, however improvement comes with passage of time...

So try to read books even if you don't understand them try hard and hard, one day you will be able to succeed and last but not the least try to be regular here this will also polish not only your english but your insight in other matters too.

Regards,
Muhammad Amir

Edited by - Muhammad Amir on Sep 29 2007 11:24:05 AM
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khan_sade
Unregistered Trainee

Pakistan
19 Posts

Posted - Oct 04 2007 :  12:05:31 PM  Show Profile
Well reading books etc improves your vocabulary but when we talk of speaking, it's about pronunctiation and thinking in english, a deaf person by birth normally can't speak, to speak some language, you need to hear it and you got to speak it, it's quite hard to practice when you've got no such environment at your home, class or workplace. I can speak fluent enough that i got jobs in call center twice but didn't pursue because of night timings, how i wish these call centers jobs were available in day timings, could have solved my financial need for further studies too, i know they keep revolving your shifts but i can't work at night at all :(
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Sandra
Unregistered Trainee

Pakistan
2 Posts

Posted - Nov 14 2009 :  11:25:57 AM  Show Profile
Hi khan_sade,


Why don't you check out Customx? It's the only customisable language centre in Pakistan and offering great deals at the moment. I saw their hoarding near jinnah bridge lahore, and it was also written you can bring a friend for free.

I'm quite sure their number is 0334-CUSTOMX.



Edited by - Sandra on Nov 14 2009 11:28:00 AM
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frencher
Unregistered Trainee

Pakistan
1 Posts

Posted - Oct 22 2011 :  12:38:23 AM  Show Profile
all I know is OÐRENIM in clifton. I sent my office assistant to improve her communication skills. Surprisingly I noticed major change in her business communication skills.

Regards


quote:
Originally posted by EnslavedSpirit

Assalamu alaikum,
Dear All,

Can anyone tell me best institute for learning english language in Karachi?

i'll be thankful

Regards,


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