ESL English: Strong English for Good Jobs, Beginning
What you'll learn
- POWERFUL LISTENING skills – Strong listening is the foundation of strong conversation, pronunciation, and grammar.
- CONVERSATION – Conversation is 50% listening. STRONG LISTENING SKILLS equal stronger conversation skills.
- PRONUNCIATION – Written English and spoken English sound different. Learn the rules of spoken English and how to sound like a native English speaker!
- GRAMMAR – If you can hear correct English grammar, you can use correct grammar in your own conversation.
- POWERFUL LISTENING is Step 1 to all skills in our interconnected world.
- High beginning English level or higher
If you have sixty minutes, you can change your English forever.
You could spend hundreds of hours learning English. But, why? Your teacher, Nina Weinstein, has taught English to some of the most powerful international executives in the world -- at Toyota, Microsoft, Mitsubishi, Tatung, Sumitomo, and others. The takeaway -- busy people need to learn English fast. In one entertaining hour, Nina will give you many of the same listening lessons she gives to employees of these major companies.
Nina wrote the most widely used book of spoken English, "Whaddaya Say", published by one of the biggest publishers in the world, Pearson Education. Oxford University, Stanford University, UCLA and many other libraries include Nina Weinstein's famous listening book, "Whaddaya Say".
"ESL English: Strong English for Good Jobs, Beginning" is the "magic sauce" of English listening. In each lesson, you'll enjoy many practice exercises written by Nina, the author of twenty English textbooks for major New York publishers.
The beginning level, "ESL English: Strong English for Good Jobs"; intermediate listening class, "More ESL English"; and advanced listening class, "(How to Get) Your Best English" are all in the elite Udemy for Business program.
Nina has a Master of Arts in Applied Linguistics/Teaching English from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), and she taught her listening program at Harvard University as a teaching fellow. "ESL English: Strong English for Good Jobs, Beginning", "MORE ESL English, Popular Listening Practice, Intermediate", and "(How to get) Your Best English" are Steps 1, 2 and 3 of her very popular English listening skills program.
"Easy, natural way to listen to native English speakers. I would absolutely recommend it. Before taking this English course, I went through many English courses, but none of them were as comprehensive as 'ESL English: Strong English for Good Jobs, Beginning'. It takes you by the hand and teaches you the real secrets to understanding native English speakers. Easy to follow and entertaining. I would absolutely recommend it." Salvatore Scaniglia
"Exactly what I wanted to learn! I couldn't recognize those English sounds before going through these lessons." Vadim Dzyuban
"This English course helps you a lot on your listening, 5-star recommended." Sant Cheung
*Lots of practice exercises!
*Listen to many different native speakers!
*Strong listening ability is the foundation for EVERY area of English -- pronunciation, conversation, vocabulary, grammar, etc.
*Those who listen more accurately speak more accurately!
Note: There are three courses. "ESL English: Strong English for Good Jobs, Beginning" is the beginning listening course. "MORE ESL English: Popular Listening Practice, Intermediate" and "(How to Get) Your Best English" are the intermediate and advanced levels. Please choose the right level for you. For the best results, take the whole listening program, but Nina suggests taking "ESL English: Strong English for Good Jobs, Beginning" first.
Cải thiện nói tiếng Anh Mỹ / 음성 미국 영어를 향상 / 話されているアメリカ英語を向上させる / Улучшите свой американский акцент / Meningkatkan berbicara bahasa Inggris Amerika / Melhorar a fala Inglês Americano / Mejorar el habla Inglés Americano / 提高口语的美式英语 / बात अमेरिकी अंग्रेजी में सुधार / تحسين محادثة اللغة الإنجليزية
İngilizce, английский, Inglés, Anglais, Englisch, Inglese, Inggris, angleščina, Anh
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who wants to speak English more like a native speaker
- Udemy for Business learners who want to understand English speakers better -- focus on listening
- Non-native English speakers who work in or want to work in an English-speaking company -- focus on pronunciation
- English as a Foreign Language learners
- International students
- English learners who want to sound more like native speakers -- focus on accent reduction
- Test preparation -- TOEFL, TOEIC, etc.
Nina Weinstein has a Master of Arts in Applied Linguistics/Teaching English as a Second Language from the University of California, Los Angeles. She wrote twenty English textbooks that are held in libraries such as MIT, Oxford University, New York University, Kyushu University, etc. She was "the English Doctor" for Voice of America Radio, where she was one of the first people to teach English live on Facebook to thousands of people in countries around the world.
She was a teaching fellow at Harvard University, where she taught all skills, and an early version of her custom course in listening to real spoken English. She tested the first edition of her real English listening book, "Whaddaya Say", while she was at Harvard. "Whaddaya Say" is a bestselling book (Pearson Education, about 45 printings) and is used all over the world.
She's created all-skills English programs and taught custom listening courses at companies such as Toyota Motor Sales, Mazda Motors of America, Tatung, Sumitomo, and various universities and online programs. She's spoken all over the world on real spoken English and written many academic articles.
Recently, Nina Weinstein wrote, designed, and produced an interactive, English-learning website, Nina's Easy English. It teaches beginning through advanced learners all skills, including how to understand real spoken English.
Currently, she's writing a TOEIC preparation book for an Asian publisher.
Nina Weinstein cares about her students, and always has. If you have a goal, a question, or you'd just like to say, "Hello", please contact her.