The Kannada classes at IFLAC are targeted at enabling the participant to undertake oral conversation in normal, everyday circumstances, with an emphasis on understanding the local culture through snippets of local movies and audios.
We recommend the Arambhaa level if you are just exploring the language.
We recommend the Madyamaa level to improve your functional Kannada language skills.
These courses are focused on acquiring communicative proficiency and therefore do not teach the script.
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This course includes:

Arambha - Madhyama

2 Levels

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Access to Online Resources

5 reasons to learn Kannada with IFLAC:

1. Experience with Expats

Over the years IFLAC has worked with a diverse group of learners and trainers from around the globe. This makes us uniquely equipped to bridge cultural differences between Indian and foreign languages. As an experienced language institute we are able to provide structure, relevant resource materials and make our courses functional and approachable to new learners.

2. Engaging Material and Learning Tools

Over the last 15 years, we have taught various foreign languages to thousands of students. We believe in a holistic approach to teaching languages, which includes reading, writing, listening, speaking and grammar. We develop creative pedagogy and materials to support and engage our students on all fronts. Moreover, IFLAC learners are consistent and often willing to put in the time to gain mastery over the language.

3. Join a community of IFLAC learners

Upon graduating from a language class at IFLAC, students are welcomed into a community of language enthusiasts with a range of experiences. From learning about study abroad programs to forming travel groups or simply finding new friends to practise your language skills, IFLAC is a space for like-minded individuals to connect over language.

4. Well- Equipped Classes

Our classrooms are fitted with audio and video equipment, fully furnished, and have ample space for lessons to be interactive. Our centre is equipped with a library of books in multiple languages, audios, and an archive of resources for exam preparation. After class, students are also welcome to use the space to study the language or meet with students from other courses.
5. Our innovative virtual learning platform
Our virtual platform is data compliant, pre-loaded with books, games, activities, and study material, giving students access to all of them at their fingertips. To avoid the hassle of using multiple social media platforms to connect with other students and teachers, our platform comes equipped with a forum where you can do the same with your language learning peers and professors.
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  • To greet and say goodbye
  • Greetings
  • Prefixes and Suffixes
  • Introduction to the script
  • Familiarisation with vowels and consonants
  • Overview of the Script
  • To give and ask personal Information
  • Numbers: 1 to 20
  • Professions
  • Nationalities
  • First steps in Kannada:
  • Talking about one's Family
  • Classroom Instructions
  • Expression of intentions
  • The family
  • Common Phrases
  • Using Yes/No
  • Numbers: 21 to 50
  • Communicate to indicate things & people
  • Numbers: 51 to 70
  • Basic Food Names
  • Basic verbs for daily communication
  • Numbers: 71 to 100
  • Talking numbers: Time, Prices, Quantity, Indian Number System
  • Communicating to give instructions
  • Daily Chores
  • Places in the City
  • Transport</li


  • Formal & Inform register
  • Long and Short vowels
  • Aspirated, Unaspirated and Retroflex Consonants
  • Combination Sounds
  • Subject Pronouns
  • Basic information:
  • Name
  • Age
  • Profession
  • Nationality
  • Genders in the language
  • Possessives
  • Questions & Phrases: Who, What, Why, When and Where
  • Demonstratives
  • Gender: Neutral
  • Personal Pronouns in detail
  • Basic Action Verbs: Talk, Eat, Drink, Come, Do, Cook, Go, Come, Play, Learn, Stay, Write, Read, Listen etc
  • Building sentence, Declarative sentence (affirmative and negative), Direct interrogative sentences


  • Communicating to give instructions
  • Daily Chores
  • Food items, utensils, cooking instructions
  • Restaurant Conversation
  • Basic conversation related to ordering food and paying the bills in local restaurants
  • Likes and dislikes
  • Talk about personal likes and dislikes
  • Shopping continued
  • Vocabulary related to shopping for home or office
  • Question words recap
  • Describing your place of work and neighbourhood
  • Colours and clothing
  • Emergency situations/ Dealing with Authorities– common phrases to use


  • Formal & Inform register
  • Long and Short vowels
  • Aspirated, Unaspirated and Retroflex Consonants
  • Combination Sounds
  • Subject Pronouns
  • Possessives
  • Questions & Phrases: Who, What, Why, When and Where
  • Demonstratives
  • Gender: Neutral
  • Personal Pronouns in detail
  • More basic action verbs
  • Introduction to the past tense, using basic phrases to describe a holiday or past event.
  • Prepositions

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