English Grammar & Vocabulary Course
Improve your communication skills in spoken & written English
school. Maybe you realise this, maybe you don’t. Perhaps you studied English a long
time ago and you want to refresh your understanding for use at work? The point is that
if your English is not correct you may be suffering and not even know about it.
Ask yourself the following questions?✓ Do you want to become more fluent in English?
✓ Want to develop a solid foundation in the English language?
✓ How would you feel to find it easier to improve your communication skills in both spoken and written English?
✓ Have you ever wanted to express yourself better in written English at work?
✓ Have you ever found it difficult to truly express yourself in a letter or email?
✓ Has your English writing ever been misunderstood?
If you answered YES to any of the above questions then this course should be for you.
Why is this English grammar course so popular?
This grammar course will assist you in making meaningful sentences. It helps all English students of beginner levels to learn English grammar for the long term. No more learning and forgetting. If you want to speak or to write well, you need to make correct sentences with solid grammar.
This course gives you the foundation of all the basic English grammar rules. Step by step, we guide you so that everything will become very easy for you.
After completing this course, you’ll be able to:
- Improve your writing structure and style
- Convey your meaning understandably and accurately
- Speak & write more expressively and with confidence
- Use a more varied and more expressive vocabulary
- All of these aims are also applicable to business writing – letters, email and reports
- General English purposes
This course focuses on the core principles of punctuation, spelling & grammar. Sorting out some of the universal problems including words that get misused and confused, such as ’that’ or ’which’. Lessons are fun which allows you to use your English more confidently in everyday life and in the workplace.
|2 Mar - 29 Apr 2020||