Basic English Module 1
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Basic English Module 1

Learn the basic concepts of the English Language: Introductions, the alphabet, numbers, and basic grammar tenses.
3.8 (33 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
1,789 students enrolled
Created by Joe Saenz
Last updated 1/2017
English
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  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Introduce yourself and others.
  • Ask for and give basic personal information about your home, your belongings and the people you know.
  • Name objects, ask for and give locations of common objects.
  • Talk about cities and countries.
  • Ask and give information about a place of origin, nationality, first language and age.
  • Describe people using adjectives.
  • Describe clothes and colors.
  • Talk about the weather and the seasons of the year.
Requirements
  • None
Description

Basic English Module 1 is a course for non-native speakers of English which focuses on developing your  speaking, pronunciation, basic grammar, listening & reading skills. 

By the end of this Course you will be able to

  • Introduce yourself and others.

  • Ask for and give basic personal information about your home, your belongings and the people you know.

  • Name objects, ask for and give locations of common objects.

  • Talk about cities and countries.

  • Ask and give information about a place of origin, nationality, first language and age.

  • Describe people using adjectives.

  • Describe clothes and colors.

  • Talk about the weather and the seasons of the year.


The course is structured into 4 different sections each emphasizing : Speaking, Pronunciation, listening, reading & writing. And it is designed to be taken in a period of 4  weeks with an estimated effort of 10 hours per week. 

You should take this course in order to understand the basic concepts of the English language and become successful in other English courses offered.

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone interested in improving your English skills in order to succeed in your Academic and professional life.
  • Anyone who wants to join a multinational, pursue studies abroad, or simply gain greater confidence expressing yourself in day to day life.
Course content
Expand all 22 lectures 01:02:38
+ It's nice to meet you
5 lectures 19:07

By the end of this lecture participants will be able to use “my, your, his & her” in order to introduce their names or to introduce a friend or classmate.

Preview 02:21
Knowledge Check.
3 questions

By the end of this lecture participants will be able to spell their names and of others. 

Preview 05:15

By the end of this class you will learn how to form statements and questions using the verb to be. 

Preview 07:43
Knowledge Check.
4 questions

By the end of this class students will be able to exchange phone numbers. 

1.12 Numbers 1 - 10 & Phone numbers.
03:03
+ Section 2: What's this?
4 lectures 11:01

By the end of this class you will become familiar with common object language that people have their bags.

2.1 What's in your bag?
00:30

By the end of this class you will become familiar with the usage of this & these.

2.3 This/These Grammar Video.
03:15

By the end of this class you will learn how to form yes/no and where questions with be.

2.6 Yes / No & Where Questions with Be.
05:21
Knowledge Check:
4 questions

In this class you will learn how to use prepositions in order describe the location of different objects.

2.9 Prepositions: in, in front of , behind, on, next to, under.
01:55
+ Section 3: Where are you from?
6 lectures 11:43

In this class you will listen to a conversation titled “ Are you from Seoul?” this conversation illustrates Yes/No questions and Wh questions which we will learn in future lessons.

3.1 Are you from Seoul conversation.
00:46

In this class you will learn how to form negative statements and yes/no questions with be. 

3.3 Negative statements and yes/no questions with be.
03:01
Knowledge Check:
4 questions

By the end of this class you will become familiar with syllable stress. 

3.6 Syllable Stress.
01:57

In this class you will become familiar with the numbers from 11 - 103 and talk about your age and the age of relatives and friends.

3.8 Numbers and ages.
02:11

In this class you will learn how to form Wh-questions with be.

3.10 Wh-questions with be.
02:09
Knowledge Check:
3 questions

In this class you will learn adjectives which describe the personality and appearance of people.

3.13 Adjectives.
01:39
+ Section 4: Whose jeans are these?
7 lectures 20:47

In this class you will learn clothes vocabulary, particularly clothes which you wear for work and for leisure.

4.1 Clothes Vocabulary.
02:05

In this class you will learn the colors and how this topic is used in daily life

4.3 Colors and conversation "it's a disaster!"
02:05

In this class you will learn how to use possessives in order to describe belonging of things.

4.5 Possessives (Grammar).
07:00
Knowledge Check:
4 questions

In this class you will become familiar with the weather seasons

4.8 Weather and Seasons Around The World.
01:21

By the end of this class you will be able to form statements using the present continuous.

4.10 Present continous statements.
03:57
Knowledge Check:
4 questions

By the end of this class you will be able to form yes/no questions in the present continuous tense.

4.13 Present continous yes/no questions.
02:58

In this concluding class; I provide a summary of the course and the next step to follow to continue learning. 

Course Summary
01:21