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Foreign Language

Diploma in Foreign Language

In this present era of liberalization and globalization, learning of foreign languages is an additional boost to an individual’s career perspective. Today with an increase and overwhelmed interaction in terms of business, globalization provides an opportunity to business firms to expand geographically by entering into new markets. This open market approach in turn as created a huge demand for the foreign language training to survive and give competitive edge to an individual’s over all knowledge components.

The current scenario unbolts entries of multinational business formats in developing countries that demands for best fitted personnel with exposure toward foreign language that will lead toward smooth operations. ABS caters its students with one year diploma in foreign language specifically in French and German (any one), two widely accepted foreign language.

Objectives of Program

  • To provide students an exposure toward multinational companies.
  • To make them learn and understand opted foreign language.
  • To increase their Employability.
  • To provide them competitive edge.
  • To make them best fitted for globalized market.
  • To make them compatible enough to survive and grow in cross cultural environment with no language barriers coming their way.

Curriculum Design

Session I Session II
Salutations, greetings, Basic questions- answers, Simple vocabulary, Simple vocabulary, Listening to and reading small dialogues Definite articles (the), Countries, nationalities, Aller-conjugations, usage,
France, its specialties, its geography, French people, popular names Vocabulary, Adjectives- colours qualitative adjectives, Parler- conjugation, usage,
Indefinite articles (a.an), Questions-Qu’est-ce que c’est? Vocabulary- family members, Sentence making, Nouns- singular/plural,
Nouns- singular/plural, Avoir- conjugation, usage, Numbers from 21-100. Vocabulary Adjectives-singular/plural, Days of the week, Months of the year, General problem solving.
Session I Session II
Greetings, Farewells, Introductions, Du and Sie, the telephone: Greet people, introduce yourself, introduce someone else, say where you are from, state your age and tell someone’s age, exchange phone numbers, ask and tell how things are going, and say where you are from, inquire where someone is from, state where you live and ask someone where they live. Familiar and formal forms, (du, ihr, Sie), personal pronouns, present tense verb forms: sein, haben, kommen, wohnen. House and Family – Talk about family members, answer the telephone, talk about time and days of the week, ask for and give information. Formation of questions, definite article (nominative). Present tense verb forms: kennen, rüberkommen
  Days, Months, Seasons, Animals, Languages and countries, Stationery items, TV Programmes, Time – Talk about free time activities, express likes and dislikes, inquire about times of specific events, and report information. Present tense verb forms: haben, spielen, and other words relating to free time activities; word order, zu Hause/nach Hause
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