Meet Tanishi. A first-year college student brimming with enthusiasm, who thinks Fluent Life will help her to speak better English. After covering only 12 hours of classes, Tanishi feels she is able to speak much better.
According to Tanishi herself, initially, her problem was proper articulation and public speaking. She didn’t have any trouble thinking about different things to talk about but was unsure how to organise them and also when she was asked to speak to someone she found it difficult to open up. 12 hours with Fluent Life and now she can not only talk to people but also does it with full confidence.
In many ways Fluent Life is a life changer. Students start with various difficulties but soon after joining the course they start seeing changes in their speech and attitude. People who struggle with public speaking, gains a lot from the debate and group discussion sessions. They give them a platform to speak out and which is beneficial because through their performance, they can assess themselves, figure out their weaknesses and work on them to get better.
Tanishi was happy to mention that her mentor not only focuses on the curriculum but also helps her out with her personal language issues. They often share a joke or two, have a laugh together and have the perfect student-mentor relationship. Those who worry that e-learning may not be as effective as traditional classroom learning, should give it a go. Here you get all the knowledge you get in a classroom, sitting right in the comfort of your home.