Beginner, Intermediate & Advanced Level Courses mapped to CEFR levels
Learning English may seem like a daunting task, however, did you know that there are more non-native speakers of English language than there are native speakers? That’s right, there are roughly about 375 million native English speakers in the world, compared to over 1 billion non-native speakers, who have learned English as a second language and speak it fluently.
English is one of the most influential languages and is the most commonly spoken language with as many as 53 English speaking countries in the world classifying it as their official language.
English is the dominant language in industries such as Education, Media, Aviation, Finance, Manufacturing, Tourism, Hospitality, Healthcare, etc. and it is the language of choice for business communication, especially in today’s interconnected, globalized marketplace. It is also used across multiple mediums to educate, entertain and inform people globally.
Every year, thousands of new words are added to the English language, which is either made up as a slang by millennials (e.g. selfie), invented to respond to developments in technology (e.g. Instagram) or imported from other languages from around the world (e.g. pajamas).
So, whether you want to learn English online to further your career, find a good job, or improve your skills for academic excellence, there are many benefits you can gain from signing up to one of our online English courses and start your online class today!
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Learn the alphabet and sounds of the language, first words and basic emergency questions, and how to respond to simple phrases and questions with words.
Understand and use familiar everyday phrases. Introduce yourself and others, and ask and answer questions about personal details. Understand and respond to simple messages.
Identify the alphabet and sounds in English
Use simple greetings
Introduce yourself and others
Talk about professions
Talk about colours
Talk about your family and tell the time
Use numbers 1-100
Give your phone number and say your age
Use the days, months and seasons
Talk about the weather
Answer phone calls in a proper manner
W and wh words
Describe time, days and weeks
Countries, languages and nationalities
Describe family and friends
Talk about Sport
Food and drink
Describe using There is and There are
Describe where things are using prepositions of place
Ask for directions and answer
Use the present simple and present continuous
Talk about the past using the Past Simple
Use prepositions in Time Expressions
Know when to use Some/any
Talk about ability using Can/Can’t
Use Like / would like to talk about likes versus requests
Use the verbs ‘have,’ ‘do’ and go in phrases
Describe signs and transport
Talk about what you are wearing
Ask for what you want
Talk about future plans
You will be able to understand sentences and frequently used expressions. You will be able to describe in simple terms aspects of your background and immediate environment.
Talk about people in the past
Use time expressions in the present and past
Talk about likes and dislikes
Use countable and uncountable nouns
Use some, any, much and many to talk about quantity
Use polite requests with can/could or would
Order in a restaurant
Describe and compare people and things
Ask for what you want in a clothes shop
Describe the weather
Use phrases for at the train station and airport
Recognise regular and irregular forms of the verbs
Talk about the Future using “Going to”
Describe using adjectives
Talk about experiences using the Present Perfect Tense
Words that are Nouns and Verbs
You will be able to understand the main points of a conversation (about work, school, leisure, during travels, etc.) You can produce simple, connected text, can describe experiences and produce explanations for opinions and plans.
Describe people, places, and where you live
Make plans and give directions
Express emotions and feelings
Talk about the future using “Going To” and “Will”
Use regular and irregular verbs in the past
Shop for food and clothes
Understand the difference between “have” and “have got”
Use comparatives with “as – than”
Use synonyms & antonyms to make your language more interesting
Know when to use Past Simple versus the Present Perfect
Express obligation using “Have to, Should, and Must”
Make plans and give advice
Learn vocabulary for health, holidays, and sings
Use the first and second conditionals
Book a hotel and get your reservation ready
Learn the use of the passive voice in the past and present tenses
Learn the parts of formal and informal letters
Learn and practice with different verbs
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