Online General English Course
Would you like to be able to study English from the comfort of your ow home? Our Online General English course could be the perfect solution for you. This course has been designed to help you to improve your English language knowledge for career or work purposes. You will receive training from our experienced English teachers to help you become more fluent and confident when using English.
- 7.5 hours of lessons per week
- Courses start every Monday
- Class size – 8 students per class (maximum 12)
- Minimum course duration – 1 week
- Minimum age – 16 years
- Course levels offered – Beginner to Advanced
- Lessons may be held in the morning, afternoon or evening
Prior to starting the course, the best way of getting an understanding of your current level is by asking you to complete our online placement test. You will then be placed in a level according to your results.
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN DURING THE COURSE?
During our Online General English Course you will:
- Develop your accuracy in core language skills: reading, writing, listening & speaking
- Develop your knowledge of English grammar
- Extend your vocabulary range
- Develop your fluency and confidence when using English
By the end of the course you should be better able to:
- Understand and use grammar more accurately
- Use your extended vocabulary range
- Speak English more fluently
- Confidently use English for your everyday needs
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO JOIN OUR ONLINE LESSONS?
We use Microsoft Teams to bring you into your virtual class. We recommend that you use a PC/laptop/tablet/smart phone with a microphone and camera and have a good internet connection.
|9.00 – 9.45||Vocabulary and Speaking: Getting to know each other||Listening
Native speakers talk about their holiday disasters
Using 2nd Conditional to talk about unreal situations
Choosing a holiday destination
|Grammar & Vocabulary Test|
|10.00 -10.45||Grammar: using like/enjoy to talk about your hobbies and interests
|Vocabulary and Speaking
To talk about travel and holidays
|Grammar and Speaking: Using the future tense for predictions||Speaking
For more information contact [email protected]