Start: 20.09.2023, kl. 19:00
AOF Lyngby , AOF Gentofte Gladsaxe Lyngby-Taarbæk
Engelsborgskolen, Engelsborgvej 66, 2800 Kongens Lyngby
Priser for hele kurset
- Fuldt betalende 1800 kr/person
20-09-2023Onsdag19:00 - 20:40
04-10-2023Onsdag19:00 - 20:40
11-10-2023Onsdag19:00 - 20:40
25-10-2023Onsdag19:00 - 20:40
01-11-2023Onsdag19:00 - 20:40
08-11-2023Onsdag19:00 - 20:40
15-11-2023Onsdag19:00 - 20:40
22-11-2023Onsdag19:00 - 20:40
29-11-2023Onsdag19:00 - 20:40
06-12-2023Onsdag19:00 - 20:40
13-12-2023Onsdag19:00 - 20:40
20-12-2023Onsdag19:00 - 20:40
10-01-2024Onsdag19:00 - 20:40
17-01-2024Onsdag19:00 - 20:40
24-01-2024Onsdag19:00 - 20:40
Would you like to speak like a native American or Englishman? Absolute perfection is not what we are after but rather precise understanding and correct usage with an improved and continually growing vocabulary.
You will encounter a very modern and everyday use of English, including popular slang, dialect, common idiomatic expressions, etc.
This is a fun and highly effective course for students who wish to do more than simply brush up their English and conversational skills… but rather expand upon them greatly in a relaxed and informal atmosphere.
Each week we will read together and discuss a new and interesting text- sent by email- that you will have read at home. Each text is originally created by the teacher for this specific level.
The texts will be about... well... nearly anything. However, the focus is never upon the continually changing- and widely varied- subject matter but rather the vocabulary used within the texts.
A highly effective method- unique to this class and teacher- will be employed to assist students in learning and remembering new and challenging vocabulary every session. Students will learn up to 250 new words- of their own choice, taken from the texts- during a season.
Grammar occasionally happens... but learning many new words, correct pronunciation and developing a growing confidence in your spoken, conversational English will be of far greater importance.
David is a native English speaker. English is primarily spoken in class. E-mail is needed.