General English Adults 15 hours / week - Online

£125.00 per week
  • Book 4 or more weeks for £105.00 each and save 16%

Quick Overview

There are two 90-minute classes per day, making 15 hours per week.
You will normally have two different teachers each week. The two classes have a different focus:

Class 1: 90 minutes, with a 5-minute break
These classes focus on practising & developing the four skills of speaking, listening, reading & writing. You’ll also start the class with our Phrase of the Day to help you sound more natural.

Class 2: 90 minutes, with a 5-minute break
These classes have a grammar and vocabulary focus and we choose from a wide range of resources to suit each group of students. You’ll start the class with a Cultural Question to help you understand the cultures of the UK and the other students in your group.

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Levels
When you have booked your course, we will send you a one-hour English placement test, so we can decide the best level for you. We have online classes from Elementary – Advanced (minimum numbers apply).

Aims
The General English online courses help students improve all their skills (speaking, listening, reading and writing) and learn the grammar, vocabulary and cultural knowledge necessary for using English in an international context. There is an emphasis on practical, effective and natural communication.

The syllabus
Each course has a flexible syllabus to allow students to join on any Monday. Therefore, our syllabus is designed to be flexible to help us teach you according to your needs. We cover a wide range of important areas. Here is a list of the areas and some examples of the things we often do in each area:
topics: life in the UK, technology, health, going out, music, personality
grammar: tenses and verb structures, conditionals, modal verbs, determiners
vocabulary: collocations (words which naturally go together), phrases, idioms
pronunciation: word stress, difficult sounds, natural pronunciation and phonology for listening
the four skills: reading, writing, speaking & listening, to improve your communication skills
effective communication: formal/informal language and politeness, linking sentences together in texts
functional language: agreeing/disagreeing, giving advice, giving opinions, suggesting

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