Basic English for Adults
Our Survival Course of Necessary English is based on Common European Framework and personal attention is given to each participant to expertise his literary skills in English
Entry Test on inscription.
A1.1. - Understand Imperatives for common actions, Question words. What? How many? How old? - Demonstratives this, that. Understand and use The Present Simple tense of the verb to be Common nouns in singular and plural. Simple adjectives. Determiners. Pronouns.
Vocabulary; Personal information - Immediate surroundings. Basic parts of the face and body. Common animals Cardinal numbers up to 20 – Colours - Everyday items of clothing.
6th lesson Revision Test.
A1.2. - Indicate the position of people and objects. Describe people, animals, objects and places. Inform about possessions. Ask very simple questions about personal details. Understand Present simple and Present continuous tense questions. Give yes/no answers to questions. Determiners some, any. There is/are, has/have got. Do you have? Prepositions of place. Vocabulary; Rooms in the home - Household objects - Family and friends - Pets. Days of the week and months of the year - Cardinal numbers up to 50.
12th lesson Revision Test.
A2.1. - Describe daily routines and times (frequency adverbs). Give dates (Prepositions of time on, in, at). Expressing ability and inability (can/can`t). Describe current activities of real people or those in pictures. Present continuous tense. Give very simple directions and locations (Prepositions of movement/ Prepositions of place). Describing states in the past using the Past tense of the verb to be. Link words and, then etc. Vocabulary; Jobs - Places in the local area - Place of study - Home life – Weather - Free time. Times and dates - Ordinal numbers up to 31st for dates.
18th lesson Revision Test.
A2.2. - Talk about past events. Talk about future plans and intentions (will/going to etc.) Expressing simple comparisons (comparatives/superlatives) - Expressing likes and dislikes (state + verb+ing) Link word but - Adverbial phrases of frequency - Expressions of past time. Past simple tense of regular and common irregular verbs. How to pronounce ‘ed’ in past tense endings. Vocabulary; Holidays – Food – Shopping - School and work - Hobbies and sports - Weekend and seasonal activities. Revision
24th lesson Final Test
No. of students in a class
We restrict class size to a maximum of 5 students per class for Basic English Classes for Adults.
We try to asses every student at the end of each concept. We conduct a test after each concept to ascertain that they have understood and acquired the new skill. They will then feel at ease to use it when required in the appropriate manner.
This course follows the Common European framework of English taught to foreigners