Social English Course
 
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2013 Inter-Link Language Centre (Pusat Bahasa Gabungan)



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Most people who learn a second language would like to master enough of that language to be able to engage in basic conversations when meeting people in social settings. This social English course will help our students to improve their social English language skills so that they will be able to communicate confidently with people in social settings.

The course starts by showing our students how to meet and greet people and how to engage in small talk. Our student will also learn how to make suggestions, requests, and offers, how to talk about what you do in your spare time, and give opinions on different topics. This social English course will give all our students much greater confidence when communicating with people in social settings and allow our students to engage in conversations that are fun and meaningful.

This course will be of great interest to all students who have completed intensive English course or students who want to learn English for social interest setting and who would like to further improve their English language skills.

Learning outcomes: - Engage in basic conversations when meeting people in social settings; - Communicate confidently with people; - How to meet and greet people; - How to engage in small talk; - How to make suggestions, requests and offers; - How to talk about what you do in your spare time; - How to give opinions on different topics;

In this course students will learn how to improve their English language skills.

· Greetings
· Meeting People
· English for socializing
· Small talk in English
· Making Suggestions
· Requests and Offers
· Spare Time vocabulary
· Giving Opinions

Class Size
· Maximum of 20 pupils in a class
· Limited numbers of pupils is available

Course Structure
· Beginner, Elementary, Intermediate and Advance which comprises of 12 levels .
· Each stage is 3 months while each level is 3 weeks.
· 2 hours of teaching in a day
· 2 times in a week - Wednesday and Friday.
· 4 hours in a week, 16 hours in a month and total 48 hours to complete one stage

Requirement
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