Learn English Fast - Part 2

People, Places, Numbers and Time
Rating: 3.2 out of 5 (49 ratings)
6,892 students
Learn English Fast - Part 2
Rating: 3.2 out of 5 (49 ratings)
6,892 students
Beginner students will learn a wide range of prepositions and become familar with the naming conventions relating to size and numbers. The visual approach of the course will force intermediate students to break a way from the habit of translating by demanding timed, fast, responses. to questions.

Requirements

  • Students should of course have access to a computer and preferably a headset. No previous knowledge of English is required but it is advisable for the student to have studied part 1 of the course
Description

Part 2 of Learn English Fast follows on from Part 1. While Part 1 was mostly concerned with the naming of objects, Part 2 is concerned with naming the position of objects and undersanding their relationship to each other. There are also sections on numbers, quantities and time.

The teaching system is the same as Part 1, The course content is presented visually and the student is encouraged to retrieve vocabulary at speed in order to break the habit of translating.


Who this course is for:
  • The course can be taken by complete beginners, new to the English language but will also be useful to intermediate students who wish to start 'thinking' in English rather than translating from their native language
Course content
1 section • 13 lectures • 2h 32m total length
  • Test Yourself.
    10:32
  • Lesson 2 Camping
    09:45
  • Lesson 3 The Apartment 1
    08:10
  • Lecture 4 The Apartment 2
    12:19
  • Lecture 5 The Apartment Test
    11:56
  • Lecture 6 The Park 1
    10:00
  • Lecture 7 The Park 2
    16:37
  • The Park Test
    12:54
  • Numbers 1
    11:32
  • Numbers 2
    10:21
  • Time
    08:03
  • Quantities
    16:28
  • Sizes
    13:36

Instructor
The English Language Guy
Andrew Stone
  • 3.6 Instructor Rating
  • 242 Reviews
  • 16,586 Students
  • 2 Courses

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