Our intensive English course is open to non-native speakers of English who have a serious desire to improve their language skills. This challenging program is useful to working professionals and to students preparing for university study or professional programs. Students more than 20 countries have attended the program. The course of study is based on an integrated-skills approach with listening, speaking, reading, writing and grammar components. Fluency and accuracy in both speaking and written English are emphasised.
Reading skills refer to the ability of students to read by using a variety of techniques. Understanding various aspects of what they are reading and responding effectively
Listening skills refer to the ability of students to listen carefully, understand and appreciate the things heard in various situations, speaking such as conversations, speeches and interviews
Writing skills refer to the development of clear and effective sentences and paragraphs that demonstrate use of critical thinking skills
Speaking skills refer to the ability of students to ask questions and deliver information, opinions and feelings orally using standard pronunciation, intonation and pauses
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Able to use speaking and listening skills to communicate simple information about themselves and others as wells as describe common objects. Able to read and write simple sentences.
Able to use speaking and listening skills to communicate on familar and general topics and give more detailed information about themselves. Able to read and write short texts on everyday topics.
Able to use speaking and listening skills to maintain longer conversations and express and understand personal opinions. Able to writing skills to describe experience and events and use reading skills to guess the meaning of unfamiliar words.
Able to use speaking and listening skills to enable them to play an active part of the conversations. Able to understand some of the differences between formal and informal language and use this in their own writing
Able to use speaking and listening skills to enable them to participate in complex conversations about social and educational topics. Reasonably fluent and will be able to use appropriate vocabulary and grammar. Able to understand longer texts and to research, prepare and deliver presentations and written reports.
Able to maintain conversations on a variety of formal and informal topics using a range of vocabulary and grammatical expressions. Able to understand complex and lengthy listening and reading materials and respond with their own opinion.