World of Languages

Rs.25,000.00

Deneeraj Multi- lingual services™ (DMS), offers courses at all levels, both intensive and extensive, and also one-to-one courses. The materials used provide students skills for everyday conversations and include dialogues, music and excerpts of everyday situations.

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Online Foreign Language Courses

Professional One-on-One Tutoring, Online and inexpensive!

Welcome to Deneeraj Multi-lingual services™ .

Enjoy the experience of a lifetime! Learn to speak fluently like a true native speaker in the comfort of your home. Our highly appreciated intensive “One-to-One Telephone & Skype Language Lessons” in Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Hindi, Sanskrit, Portuguese, Russian, or Spanish. Progress is amazing in the shortest possible time. We have also distance Long term language learning   programmes in Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, etc.

Online training has become one of the more effective options for everyone around the world to get the one-on-one help they need to succeed:

Contact Us 09820171766 or deneeraj@ live.com

Online Training in Polish, Ukrainian, Persian, Malayalam courses and classes in mumbai, Hakka classes, Kannada coaching at juhu, Oriya, create panache of Panjabi courses, Romanian courses online, learn the hilarious flavor of Bhojpuri courses offerd by us in its all dialectical forms,

Telephone & Online courses

Online training lets you study 24/7, and you can pick up the foreign languages, accent and grammar quickly and easily. This is particularly useful if you are studying for exams, emigration, GRE, GMAT, TOEFL, SAT, IELTS, TSE, IB English ETC or if you have a presentation with an upcoming deadline. All you need is standard equipment – a computer with microphone capabilities.

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