If you are planning abroad for a work permit or higher education in the United Kingdom and USA, English (intermediate/B1) is the most demanded test employers and universities require. This course is comprised of 4 modules i.e. Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking.
(% of total)
|Reading (45 minutes)||25%|
|Writing (45 minutes)||25%|
|Listening (30 minutes)||25%|
|Speaking (10-12 )||25%|
What you will learn
1: Basic grammar and vocabulary
2: Sentence composition
3: Reading comprehension
4: Listening comprehension
Classes are available on the following schedule
Regular Track (Monday to Thursday)- 2 hours
Weekend Track (Saturday- Sunday)- 4 hours
- Lectures 16
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 15 hours
- Skill level Beginner
- Language English
- Students 7
- Assessments Yes
Week 1: Speaking & Listening
- Part 1: Personal information: Responding on questions on familiar matters.
- Part 2: Situational role plays: Initiating and responding appropriately in social situations.
- Part 3: Exchanging information: Exchanging information around a given image / set of images.
- Part 4a: Listen and Respond: Answering questions on a short monologue delivered by the interlocutor. Part 4b: Long turn: Delivering a short, uninterrupted talk on a relevant topic, provided by the interlocutor.
Week 2: Reading test
- Part 1 consists of five short texts, for example, signs, messages, notes, emails. Each text s followed by a multiple-choice question. This part tests the ability to read real-world notices and other short texts for the main message.
- part 2This consists of five short descriptions of people and eight short texts. The task is to match each person with the correct text. This part tests the ability to read multiple texts for specific information and detailed comprehension.
- part 3This consists of a text, taken from a newspaper, a magazine, a review, etc. The text was followed by five multiple-choice questions, each with four options. This part tests the ability to understand attitude, opinion and the purpose of the writer.
- part4This part of the reading test is a longer text that has five numbered spaces where sentences have been removed. Following the text, there are eight sentences. You have to choose the correct missing sentences to fill the gaps. This means that there are three extra sentences which you do not need to use.
- In Part 5 of the reading test, you have to read a short text with six numbered spaces. Then, you will be given four words to choose from, to find the correct word to fill the space. These words will be testing your vocabulary, mostly, rather than your grammar skills. Quite often they will be similar in meaning or they will look similar, so be careful when you choose your answer.
- Part 6 of the reading test is similar to Part 5 in that you have a text with 6 missing words. However, in Part 6 you are not given a choice of 4 answers to choose from. You need to find the missing word by yourself; without any help.
Week 3: Writing Exam Structure
- Part 1. Email Reason for writing, the task will give you the context, who you are writing to, why are you writing them and four key content points. You must include the FOUR content points in a response of around 100 words.
- Part 2 You will have to choose between an article or a story (100 words). Story Reason for writing,1- Telling a short story. 2- You will be given the first line. Style 3- Use informal language. 4- Pay attention to verb tenses
Week 4: 2 Mock Tests