These lessons cover important grammar and speaking topics. These videos use simple explanations and give many examples to help you learn and improve your English quickly.
These lessons will show you how to speak natural and fluent English for work situations and business related topics. Each lesson includes a short conversation video with vocabulary.
Try listening to the conversation and following along with the subtitles. After that, listen again without the subtitles. If you want to practice your speaking, then watch the video again and try reading along aloud with the subtitles.
Practicing with these video lessons with improve your speaking skills, expand your vocabulary, help you get better at listening, and review important English grammar that you have learned before.
Bienvenue dans ce cours.
Apprendre une nouvelle langue peut être difficile à tout âge, mais c'est particulièrement vrai en ce qui concerne l'apprentissage de l'anglais. Que vous essayiez d'apprendre l'anglais vous-même ou que vous connaissiez quelqu'un qui veut apprendre, cette ressource est destinée à vous aider. Il couvrira tout, de la façon d'apprendre la langue à l'application de ces connaissances pour vous aider à réussir vos examens ou dans la vie professionnelle. Il listera également les ressources disponibles pour les étudiants apprenant l'anglais comme langue seconde.
Pourquoi est-il important d'apprendre l'anglais comme langue seconde?
- L'anglais est la langue des affaires
- L'anglais est la langue de l'université et la recherche
- Il permet de S'engager dans une communauté mondiale
Welcome to Beginning English as a Second Language
Improve your English! Learn new words and how to use active reading, grammar, and writing strategies to read and write English better at the A2 level.
Effective reading and writing skills are important for college and career success. This course is designed for those seeking to improve their Standard American English reading and writing skills in order to move forward with other academic courses. ESL001 coursework addresses grammar concepts, expanding your vocabulary, reading actively, and basic writing strategies.
In Unit 1, you will learn about the eight parts of speech and when each is used. You will learn how to recognize each part of speech and why using them appropriately improves your communication skills. In Units 2 and 3, you will learn how to read actively by using context clues and prediction, and see how reading more can help you expand your vocabulary. Unit 4 focuses on taking those reading skills and using them to help you write. By the end of ESL001, you'll be able to write a few sentences about your favorite activity using the lessons on parts of speech, reading actively, and vocabulary to help you communicate clearly. Successful completion of ESL001 will prepare you for ESL002, where you will continue to strengthen your English reading and writing skills.
This course includes the following units:
Unit 1: Understanding What I Read: Parts of Speech
Unit 2: What is Reading Actively?
Unit 3: Reading More: Learning More Words
Unit 4: Reading to Write
Course Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to:
recognize the 8 parts of speech and demonstrate when to use each;
apply active reading skills using context clues, pre-reading, and prediction;
enlarge your vocabulary of Standard American English terms commonly used in academic contexts; and
recognize sentence order and write a cohesive series of sentences on personal narrative topic.
Throughout this course, you will also see learning outcomes in each unit. You can use those learning outcomes to help organize your studies and gauge your progress.
The primary learning materials for this course are readings, lectures, and videos.
All course materials are free to access, and can be found in each unit of the course. Pay close attention to the notes that accompany these course materials, as they will tell you what to focus on in each resource, and will help you to understand how the learning materials fit into the course as a whole. You can also see a list of all the learning materials in this course by clicking on Resources in the navigation bar.
Evaluation and Minimum Passing Score
There are end-of-unit assessments and a final exam in this course. You can take these as many times as you want to, until you understand the concepts and material covered. You can see all of these assessments by clicking on Quizzes in the course's navigation bar.
Tips for Success
Beginning Lower-Intermediate English as a Second Language is a self-paced course, which means that you can decide when you will start and when you will complete the course. There is no instructor or set schedule to follow. We estimate that the "average" student will take 12 hours to complete this course. We recommend that you work through the course at a pace that is comfortable for you and allows you to make regular progress. It's a good idea to also schedule your study time in advance and try as best as you can to stick to that schedule.
Learning new material can be challenging, so we've compiled a few study strategies to help you succeed:
Take notes on the various terms, practices, and theories that you come across. This can help you put each concept into context, and will create a refresher that you can use as you study later on.
As you work through the materials, take some time to test yourself on what you remember and how well you understand the concepts. Reflecting on what you've learned is important for your long-term memory, and will make you more likely to retain information over time.
Although you may work through this course completely independently, you may find it helpful to connect with other students through the discussion forums.
This course is delivered entirely online. You will be required to have access to a computer or web-capable mobile device and have consistent access to the internet to either view or download the necessary course resources and to attempt any auto-graded course assessments and the final exam.
Une personne ayant un niveau d'anglais intermédiaire comprend les points essentiels abordés dans un dialogue ou un texte, il comprend dans son ensemble la signification de tout message oral, mais une expression rapide d'un locuteur natif peut provoquer une incompréhension ainsi l'anglais pour être compris d'une personne ayant ce niveau doit être clair et standard.
La personne peut se débrouiller dans la plupart des situations rencontrées en voyage dans les pays anglophones car elle s'exprime plus ou moins correctement avec une certaine fluidité mais ne peut utiliser la langue dans un cadre professionnelle ou prétendre être bilingue.Si vous êtes de niveau anglais intermédiaire vous avez le niveau nécessaire pour entamer la conversation avec un professeur natif et progresser sans même que celui-ci parle votre langue pendant votre cours d'anglais.
Ce cours va vous aider à progresser. Il est composé de lecons de conjugaison, grammaire et de vocabulaire.
Learning the TOEFL iBT is a challenge because it is not simply about knowing English, but actually requires test strategy and tactics that have proven results. The TOEFL iBT is an online exam and so your taking this course will allow you to study in the format that is best for the exam.
By the end of the Understanding TOEFL training course, you will:
be familiar with all parts of the TOEFL test
have some useful tips to help you achieve your TOEFL goals
understand how the TOEFL test is assessed
This TOEFL Course is organized by skill: Reading, Writing, and it will be completed by Reading and Speaking section.