General English

This course provides you with the 4 essential skills for English communication: listening, speaking, reading and writing.

Beginners are welcomed at the start of term.

Who this is for16+ looking for a short or long stay General English Course
Start datesAny Monday (Year round: January - December)
Duration2 weeks - 50 weeks
Class sizeGenerally 8-10 students, maximum 12 students
Hours per week15 hours: General, FCE, CAE
21 hours: General, FCE, CAE
25 hours: General, IELTS
Top up (optional extras)One-to-one, Business, Workshops (Pronunciation, Workskills, etc.)

A choice of either 15 hours General English, or intensive 25 hours English which includes the Top Ups – Optional Extras in the afternoons.

Provides you with the opportunity to focus on your individual needs as well as communicating in a group. Optimum choice of course where you combine the dynamic of a group class with individual tutorials.

SpeakingAccuracy, fluency / phonemic chart, pronunciation colloquial expressions, vocabulary building, idioms.
ListeningAccuracy of comprehension varieties of global English communication, TV/Video, dialogue, telephone, radio, internet.
ReadingSpeed and in-depth reading, extracting information, comprehension.
WritingAccuracy of spelling, sentence structures, punctuation,style of writing: narrative, essay, formal/informal.
LevelsBeginners to advanced.

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