English conversation classes at Languages4Life
Our English conversation classes at Languages4Life are designed so that every student can enjoy spending some time talking. The main objective is to improve your oral fluency in English through interesting topics that generate good conversation. We take into account students’ interests while preparing the classes, such as culture, politics, social issues, current events, etc.
You can choose between the following timetables:
We will run the course in the following trimesters:
30th September – 20th December 2019
7th January – 3rd April 2020
14th April – 26th June 2020
You can join the course any time throughout the year.
Why do English conversation classes?
This course is ideal for you if:
- You want to improve your oral fluency.
- You love speaking in English.
- You want to work on your conversation skills.
- You like studying in small groups (6 students maximum).
The classes are relaxed and laid-back; we invite you to have a cup of coffee (included in the price) while you practise and enjoy the conversation.
Moreover, we keep the groups small (6 maximum) to foster good conversation and assure every student has enough time to participate.
The classes are fun, engaging and dynamic and led by qualified teachers with lots of experience.
What will I learn in each level?
Our Spanish course levels follow the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). The boxes below give a description of what you will learn at each level, once you complete level test we’ll know exactly which course to place you in.
A1 - BEGINNER
- Introduce yourself and other people. Give and ask for basic information.
- Describe people’s apperances, objects, places and situations.
- Express your likes and dislikes.
- Describe your family and friends.
- Talk about clothes, stores and shopping.
- Make suggestions.
- Ask for and give the time. Talk about dates and numbers.
- Describe the seasons and the weather.
- Describe transportation methods, cities and countries.
- Talk about possessions.
A2 - LOWER INTERMEDIATE
- Describe habits and routines.
- Describe and narrate experiences and past events.
- Discuss eating habits and lifestyles.
- Give advice.
- Talk about future plans.
- Give directions and instructions.
- Describe people’s characters and personalities.
B1 - INTERMEDIATE
- Tell anecdotes and stories.
- Express wishes and feelings.
- Talk about hypothetical situations.
- Discuss fictional stories.
- Express and justify your opinions.
- Describe emotions and give advice.
- Discuss the news and current events.
- Talk about achievements.
- Talk about the environment and social issues.
B2 - UPPER INTERMEDIATE
- Participate in discussions and describe your point of view.
- Retell stories in other peoples’ words.
- Express hypothetical conditions.
- Give detailed and accurate explanations of preferences, descriptions and personal experiences.
- Tell anecdotes.
- Talk about wishes and regrets.
- Discuss future hopes and plans.
- Discuss art and culture.
C1 - ADVANCED
- Express yourself with ease, spontaneity and effectiveness in social, academic and professional scenarios.
- Make jokes and use double meanings or irony.
- Be able to understand a wide variety of discourses: literary texts, films, scholarly articles, television, etc.
- Produce clear, fluent and well-structured speech with controlled use of organisational patterns, connectors and cohesive devices.
- Speculate and use vague language.
- Discuss controversial topics.
- Use language of persuasion, frustration, criticism, evaluation and negotiation.
C2 - PROFICIENCY
- Participate in any conversation or discussion with ease.
- Be able to understand virtually everything you hear or read with ease.
- Use idiomatic expressions and colloquialisms.
- Express yourself fluently and accurately while conveying nuances.
- Learn to overcome communication problems with discretion.
Why choose Languages4Life?
Frequently asked questions
What will the classes be like?
You will be in a small group of students (6 maximum) and do a mixture of activities from both the textbook and interactive whiteboard. Our classes are student-centred, which means that the focus is on the students speaking and practising. They are structured and led by our experienced teachers, with each lesson focussed on one or two language points. There will also be plenty of time to review and recycle what you have learned, giving you the necessary practice to achieve fluency in English.
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You’ll also enjoy our excellent customer service – all our coordination and reception staff are friendly and helpful and are here to make your time at the school as pleasant and stress-free as possible!
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