Beginning and Intermediate English Courses
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The 1st English Course is a video-based online English course for beginner students. Learn English with the video stories of the beginner students in an adult education class. Online activities using video, photos, sound, charts and text teach vocabulary, grammar, spelling, and life skills, and give you practice in English listening, speaking, reading and writing. There are 20 units in this English course covering basic topics like time, clothes, weather, places in the neighborhood and more.
English 1 Plus is a beginning high / intermediate low course based on videos from the Voice of America Let's Learn English series. Learn English with fun videos about Anna, who works in Washington, D.C. Watch stories about her work, friends, and activities while you learn English vocabulary, listening, grammar, writing, reading, and spelling. This English course has 5 units, with six lessons each. We recommend that you complete this course after the 1st English Course.
The 2nd English Course is a video-based English course for Intermediate students. This English course includes five engaging video stories about the situations of different characters living in the U.S. There are 20 units covering topics like Workers and the Workplace, Housing and Family Life, Taxes, Law and Community Issues and more. Interactive practice activities combine video, sound, charts and pictures to teach vocabulary, grammar, and life skills in all language skills – listening, speaking, reading and writing.
The Practice English and Reading course contains Intermediate level readings on a variety of topics. The stories originally came from news reports. Besides reading the story yourself, you can also listen to a native speaker read the story. Each unit contains a reading, vocabulary and spelling practice, comprehension questions, and a writing activity. Pronunciation practice is also part of the vocabulary section. In this intermediate English course there are dozens of stories in 11 different topics.
The USA Learns Citizenship course helps immigrants prepare for all parts of the naturalization interview, including the steps to becoming a U.S. citizen; who needs legal help and where to get it; how to avoid immigration fraud; preparation for the oral review of the N-400 application, section by section; U.S. history and government for the Civics test, including practice with speaking, reading and writing; what to expect at the interview, including making small talk with the interviewer and following instructions; vocabulary and grammar for answering interview questions; and what to do after becoming a U.S. citizen.
The Skills for the Nursing Assistant course teaches the language and academic skills to help you successfully communicate with patients and co-workers on the job. This course is ideal for students with English skills that are High Intermediate and above. It will help you prepare for a career as a Certified Nursing Assistant or other jobs in the health care field.
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A simple sentence has a subject and a verb and completes a thought.
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Shewent to the store. (subject = she / verb = went)
However, some people choose not to use a subject, as in this example: New car phrases list.
Question: Where did she go?
Answer: Went to the store.
'Went to the store,' is not good English. If you want your English to improve, avoid making this kind of mistake. Always try to use a subject and a verb when making a sentence.In this exercise you can practice identifying subjects and verbs in sentences.
Starting with simple sentences in this level, we will study sentence structure and if you go through all of the lessons in order, hopefully, your writing and speaking will get better.
Here are some examples:
|She’s afraid of spiders.|
|She loves her baby.|
|He’s sitting on the ground.|
|The bridge fell down.|
The vacuum cleaner
He eats rice with chopsticks.
To improve your writing, try to keep your sentences short like the ones shown above. Until you become a better writer, this is a good approach because you’ll have more control over what you want to say.
In the next lesson, we’ll learn about clauses and phrases.
Next: Lesson Two