This is a fun course, based on the adventures of Susan on one of her mornings - well, a morning that doesn't go very well...
The course uses attractive cartoon-style pictures to help you visualise the story. It also provides illustrations of the new words.
Each episode is about 4 minutes long, and shows you how to use at least 7 upper-intermediate words, and a few bonus words as well. The words are first presented in the story, then explained later on in the video, and finally tested in the quiz.
To help you remember the words even better, the course comes with a closed Facebook group, where you can ask any questions related to course content. Also, in the group you will have the opportunity to chat in English every day, learn even more vocabulary, take part in challenges, and much more!
All of that is offered to you by Kasia Sielicka, PhD - a highly qualified and experienced teacher of English with her own language school and hundreds of satisfied students!
What to wear in the morning - some clothes words!
Test your clothes vocab!
Hat, bag, shoes - how to accessorize?
Do you remember the accessories?
The parts of your car, how to start it, and what can go wrong.
Test your knowledge of car words!
Using public transport.
Check how many bus words you remember!
The way your office looks, and office equipment.
Check how many office words you remember!
All the delicious things you can eat in the morning.
How much yummy vocab do you remember?
When a woman likes a man... :)
Test how romantic your English is!
I have been a teacher of English as a Second Language for over 20 years. I love teaching and enjoy seeing the progress my students make.
English is the love of my life. I completed an MA in English Studies, and then did a PhD in that area. I also have an MA in American Studies. My level of English is confirmed by Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English – grade A. This means that I know English on the level of an educated native speaker – and a well-educated one, for that matter ;).
My great advantage over native teachers is that I have learnt all of my English on my own, as a second language, without English-speaking family. I know what is easy and what is hard for learners. I’ve met both good and bad teachers. I have gone through the difficult path that you are taking right now – and I am here to offer my experience, expertise and help.
I have full teaching qualifications issued by Warsaw University (equivalent of CELTA/DELTA). I teach English to adults in online courses, via skype, and in my school (Warsaw, Poland).