Course Details

Online Conversational English

Starting at 3,000.00


Professionals and adults with different lifestyles can always make learning English fun. In this course, you will develop your confidence and ability to understand real-life English. In this course, you will improve your grammar, vocabulary, conversation strategies and pronunciation.

Online  | Per month  |  Monday – Friday  |  Group: 7-10 students



30mins / 1 hours per lesson

A practical experiential course to help you use English with greater ease and confidence, whether for business, travel, or daily social interactions. Using communicative methods, students undergo real-life and simulated exercises to build vocabulary of useful lexis, improve grammar, and apply quick strategies to overcome difficulties.

By the end of the course, participants will have:

  1. Gain greater confidence and ease in using English in Social and business interactions
  2. Learn a wider active vocabulary of English words, phrases, expressions, and sentences
  3. Gain range of conversation strategies to overcome challenges


Module Module
Module 1

  • Say hello and good-bye
  • Introduce yourself
  • Ask for, give, and spell names
  • Use the verb be with I, we, and you
  • Exchange email addresses, phone numbers, etc.
  • Complete an application form
  • Ask How about you?
  • Use expressions like Thanks or Thank you

Module 6

  • Say what’s in a neighborhood with There’s / There are
  • Describe places
  • Tell the time and ask questions with What time . . . ?
  • Make suggestions with Let’s
  • Say Me too or Me neither to show things in common
  • Say Right or I know to agree
  • Read a guide to New York City
  • Write a city guide using prepositions
Module 2

  • Ask and say where people are
  • Use be with he, she, and they
  • Talk about things you take to class using a / an
  • Ask about things using this and these
  • Ask where things are in a classroom
  • Say who owns things using possessive ’s and s’
  • Ask for help in class
  • Respond to I’m sorry and Thanks
Module 7

  • Describe the weather
  • Talk about ongoing activities with the present continuous
  • Talk about sports and exercise
  • Ask about current activities using the present continuous
  • Ask follow-up questions to keep a conversation going
  • React to news with That’s great, That’s too bad, etc.
  • Read an article about exergaming
  • Write an article about exercise using imperatives
Module 3

  • Talk about celebrities using my, your, his, her, our, and their
  • Describe people’s personalities
  • Ask and answer yes-no questions
  • Say the ages of your family members
  • Ask information questions about family members
  • Show interest in a conversation
  • Say Really? to show interest or surprise
Module 8

  • Talk about clothes
  • Say what you like to, want to, need to, and have to do
  • Talk about accessories
  • Ask about prices using How much . . . ?, this, that, these, and those
  • Take time to think using Uh, Let’s see, etc.
  • Use Uh-huh and Oh in responses
  • Read a review of a shopping mall
  • Write a review of a store using because
Module 4

  • Describe a typical morning using the simple present
  • Describe weekly routines
  • Ask and answer yes-no questions about your week
  • Say more than yes or no to be friendly
  • Say Well to get more time to think
  • Read an article about American habits
  • Write about a classmate for a class website
Module 9

  • Give sightseeing information with can and can’t
  • Talk about international foods, places, and people
  • Say what languages you can speak
  • Explain words using kind of and kind of like
  • Use like to give examples • Read a travel website
  • Write a paragraph for a travel website
Module 5

  • Talk about your free time
  • Ask simple present information questions
  • Say how often you do things
  • Talk about TV shows you like
  • Ask questions in two ways to be clear or not too direct
  • Say I mean to say more or repeat ideas
  • Read an article on technology addicts
  • Email a friend for advice
Module 10

  • Talk about eating habits using countable and uncountable nouns, How much, and How many
  • Talk about food
  • Make offers using Would you like . . . and some or any
  • Use or something and or anything in lists
  • End yes-no questions with or . . . ? to be less direct
  • Read a restaurant guide
  • Write a restaurant review


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