MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 25 lectures (6h 6m) | Size: 4.98 GB
English Language Idiomatic Expressions
What you’ll learn
Goal #1: We aim to build overall knowledge of the English language.
Goal #2: We aim to integrate professional conversation with everyday conversation.
Goal #3: We aim to build confidence through video learning, material learning, improved listening skills and outside the box thinking.
Goal #4: We aim to help you provide another benefit for yourself so that you can attract better employment opportunities.
You must have the minimum of a basic knowledge of English at the A-1 or A-2 level to be able to participate in this set of videos.
As a private English teacher for over a decade, the creator of these courses found that many students expressed their frustration at feeling locked and insecure with their English language abilities. They felt that they were losing opportunities to present and to excel in their respected company. It is our desire, as it has always been, to give English learners the ability to improve on what they have already learned while growing in their knowledge and confidence. Idiomatic Expressions are a form of art and entertainment. They give words emotions and paint a picture of wonder and intrigue. Your knowledge of Idioms is a key part of your English language skills.We expect that you will grow in your knowledge and confidence regarding the English language. It is important for you to access the lessons and work through each one. You will be challenged to complete the assigned homework at the end of each lesson video and another answer video will review the completed material. We have seen many students pass through our program and have fine-tuned the lessons over the years to make this possible. Individual results may vary, but you are giving yourself the green light to prosper and to find success.
Who this course is for
Individuals that want to improve their knowledge, recognition, understanding and use of English Idiomatic Expressions