English Language


Langma is the Top English language institute in Delhi. We follow a complete modern approach in delivering working knowledge of General English, spoken English language and then develop advanced skills in the language through our expertise. By this we make sure that our students receive programs tailored according to their needs.Our main focus is to instill confidence in the students regarding speaking English.

The general Spoken English  classes are designed to give the confidence to communicate effectively in real-life situations.
The course provides a balanced programme, focusing on the skills of speaking, listening, writing and reading.
Whilst covering essential grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, idioms and colloquial language.

It provides effective training for students who need English for work, study or travel. In addition it
can help provide preparation for a number of exams including IELTS, TOEFL, BEC and PET. It also help to improve your spoken English skills

You can choose either

  • 25 lessons General English (all levels)
  • 30 lessons General English (all levels)
  • 20 lessons General English + 10 lessons of special options (intermediate to advanced)
  • Placement test to ensure a class at the right level
  • Regular progress checks
  • Daily homework
  • Multi-national classes
  • All course material provided
  • All course material provided
  • Regular tutorials with class teacher to give study advice
  • Use the Study Centre after lessons
  • End of course certificate with hours of study and final level
Upper Advanced C2
  • Use English very well in demanding situations.
  • Performance level may be above average
Advanced C1
  • Use English well in all but the most demanding situations
  • Use and understand complex language
Upper Intermediate B2
  • Use English effectively in all familiar situations.
  • Se more complex English and cope with more demanding situations
Intermediate B1
  •   Use English to express simple ideas and achieve results.
  •   Use range of basic language well in most situations
Pre-intermediate A2
  • Use English in most familiar situations.
  • Use English in a limited way in more difficult situations
ELementary A1/A2
  • Develop English skills to survival level
  • Use English only in very familiar situations
Beginner A1
  • Learn basic vocabulary and structures for simple communication.

Such an age is a bygone one when an educational odyssey and quest seemed arduous. The days have been altered, impossible have been made feasible, days have been stretched, nights have shrunk, barren opportunities have been swung to prolific ones, countless barriers have been lifted and this relentless pursuit shall abide until eternity.

Nevertheless, Langma international’s able strategists post a thorough scrutiny have fully understood the need of the hour since its inception and has indefatigably devoted its prime focus since then towards softening up of these posers which students of all backgrounds confront every now and then.

Langma international, however, has been a conspicuous name, a trust and an actualized ideal to many for years now. Our methodology of teaching has been peerless; the environment, affably accommodating one irrespective of their creed, religion, caste, color and cultural folklores, and our staff’s untiring vigilance is an axiomatic talk of the City.

Langma international’s company in your pursuit of quality training undoubtedly is boon companion.

Variation in language is ubiquitous. It is both highly structured and sometimes perplexing; it correlates with external factors, which might be social, or geographical, or something else entirely, but it also follows its own rules and arises for its own, language-internal reasons; it is constant, in the sense that some sort of variation is always there, but it changes its locus within the language across generations, and is a crucial ingredient in language change. Linguists sometimes shy away from variation: it gets in the way when we want to describe straightforwardly ‘what happens in English’, and meet the response ‘not in my dialect’.

Linguistic variation is also subject to a range of complementary and competing approaches and perspectives. The existence of a range of conferences dedicated specifically to work on variation and its historical corollary, change in progress, provide evidence of the liveliness and popularity of the field: so, we find regular meetings in the series Methods in Dialectology, UK Language Variation and Change, and NWAV; while slots and sessions at the Sociolinguistics Symposium, and the International Conferences on English Historical Linguistics, Historical Linguistics, and the Linguistics of Contemporary English are regularly occupied by papers on variation, change and their intersection. There are workshops, papers and books on analyzing variation within theoretical approaches from optimality theory to cognitive grammar to construction grammar; laboratory phonologists debate where variation comes from, while evolutionary linguists place it in a more general context of cultural evolution and diversification. Variation in English (and indeed in other languages) is also an extremely popular area with students, and there are many courses in this area, from general to highly theoretical and specific, and a host of undergraduate projects and postgraduate dissertations and theses researched and written every year.

Langma International’s aim is also to provide assistance to students, not just by giving overviews and background reading, but also by pointing to areas where work is needed. The current focus on project work and first-hand dissertation research for undergraduate as well as graduate students has led to a need for help in identifying likely projects, and therefore in finding information on under-researched areas. Even quite advanced students may not be familiar with the whole range of methodologies through which language variation can be investigated and, since new methods are emerging rather rapidly, nor may their advisers.

Authors of each chapter have therefore made their discussion accessible to students who may have taken only fairly elementary courses on variation, but also write at a level suitable for a colleague who might work in another sub-area of variation, and needs a quick but reliable update. At the end of each chapter, they have also provided some suggestions for the next steps interested readers can take in investigating a topic. These ‘Where next?’ sections always include ideas for further reading, but they often highlight areas that urgently require further research too.


As the famous quote goes: But the fact is, no matter how good the teacher, how small the class, how focused on quality education the school may be none of this matters if we ignore the individual needs of our students. Thus, Langma international gives priority to their needs prior to their enrolment so to bring satisfaction to the students on the one hand and the organization on the other.


Langma international has been well-seasoned through years of dealing with students of various backgrounds since its inception. In addition, our experience is what makes us global and the best choice of local, national and international pupils.

Result oriented sessions:

In a time not distant, the new students shall realize the skills that have been inculcated and have become one of those students who got their dreams dressed into actuality through Langma international. Nevertheless, it is important to bring to the attention of our readers that there is nothing known as free lunch i.e. students’ participation is as must as that of ours.


Langma international believes that if we want our aspirant students to understand the world beyond their classroom, we must bring the world into their classroom. Where an egalitarian class room is what we stand for.


Langma international is always able to predict what’s next and then have the flexibility to evolve as the demand arises and we have always meant our commitment. As per the needs of the students on ad hoc or on a prior notice period basis we mould our schedule accordingly as to ease the students with their studies.


We have set a maxim that is “Learning how to think’ really means learning how to exercise some control over how & what you think. It means being conscious & aware enough to choose what you pay attention to & to choose how you construct meaning from one’s words is what our adept teachers impart.”


Langma international Practices Golden-Rule 1 of Management in everything we do that is “Manage others the way you would like to be managed. “And it has miraculously proven its worth.


“There is a time in every man’s education when he arrives at the conviction that envy is ignorance; that imitation is suicide…” as the saying goes in fact Langma international has been a decent disciple of it and has carried out practices which have invariably been peerless and this very determination has been the secret of our reliability and Langma being the talk of the city.

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