Free Online Course on Life English Listening – Conversational English Skills

Are you finding it difficult to start the conversation, or find the right words when communicating in English? Do you know how to start and end conversations in a polite way?

Do you want to communicate with a native speaker? Do you want to learn more about American, British, Canadian, Australian, South Korean, Colombian, and Chinese cultures? If so, you’ve come to the right course!

Learn how to express communicate in English and improve your conversational language skills. Let Chinese and foreign teachers and more than 50 friends from the United States, Britain, Ireland, Canada, Australia, and Colombia take you on a different English learning journey.

The most important function of language is communication. In communication, we need to know how to start a topic of interest to the other party, answer other people’s questions, and complete a dialogue naturally and smoothly.

  • Length:8 Week
  • Effort:2 to 4 hours per week
  • Price: Free (Add a Verified Certificate for $49 USD)
  • Institution: Tsinghua University
  • Subject: communication
  • Level: Introductory
  • Language: English
  • Video Transcripts: English
  • Course Start Date: Self-Peace

What you’ll learn

Enhance your learning experience via weekly interactive small-group sessions with a live mentor. In this course you will learn:

  • Develop conversational English skills
  • Listen to dialogues and group discussions to better understand spoken English and cultural norms
  • Learn keywords and expressions
  • Engage in activities to help you better understand the meaning of conversations
  • Learn to initiate your own conversations in English on a variety of topics

This course selects 8 themes, with more than 50 teachers from the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Colombia, China, and students of all ages, in the real scene, using the most authentic expression and the purest English, Take you to talk about all aspects of daily life and learning.

The course is divided into eight modules, each with a theme, which are:

  1. Introduction and exchange of personal information
  2. Our family and friends
  3. Diet and meals
  4. The purpose and method of English learning
  5. Holiday activities and unforgettable experiences
  6. Hobbies
  7. Emotional expression
  8. Stay healthy

Each topic consists of more than ten groups of dialogues and group discussions, foreign teachers’ introductions of Chinese and Western cultural differences, Chinese teachers’ key vocabulary, sentence pattern explanations, listening comprehension exercises, and oral tests.

Through study and practice, you will be able to talk freely with English-speaking friends and discuss any issues related to the topic. There are many ways to learn this course. English learners can continuously accumulate language materials during repeated listening and reading conversations, and conduct dialogue exercise with friends around you or with learners of the same course.

English teachers can use the appropriate topics in this course to organize students. I heard about training and organized efficient classrooms. Maybe you can’t understand the whole content of each conversation, just understand the general idea, as the course progresses, you will understand more and more content. Let us realize a leap in English listening and speaking.

Who Will Teach You?

  • Wenxia Zhang: Professor, Foreign Languages and Literatures at Tsinghua University
  • Fang Yang: Associate Professor, Foreign Languages and Literatures at Tsinghua University
  • Glenn M. Davis: Glenn M. Davis has been working in the Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures at Tsinghua University since 2013, and currently teaches courses in oral communication, research paper writing, and foreign language acquisition.
  • Thomas H. Piachaud: Thomas H. Piachaud worked in the Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures, Tsinghua University, over the course of three years.

Prerequisites: None

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Online Courses of Intermediate Grammar English

Teach English: Intermediate Grammar

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Adjectives and Adjective Clauses

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Tricky English Grammar

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Perfect Tenses and Modals

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Business English Communication Skills

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Business English: Meetings

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Academic Discussions in English

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Advanced Writing

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Business English: Networking

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Free Online Courses English@Work: Basic Job Interview Skills

Based on advice from accomplished professionals in the business, HR and academic field, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University has created a course that helps you build a solid foundation to succeed in job interviews and get that ultimate call.

This course will change the way you prepare for and perform in job interviews. This course will help you build a solid foundation to succeed in job interviews and get that ultimate call.

  • Length: 3 Week
  • Effort:  to 3 hours per week
  • Price: Free (Add a Verified Certificate for $50 USD)
  • Institution: The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  • Level: Intermediate
  • Language: English
  • Video Transcripts: English
  • Course Start Date: Self-Peace or Start on September 2, 2019

Course Deadlines: There is no weekly deadline for the assessment components. You just need to complete them before 11:29 p.m. UTC, Monday 2nd December 2019.

What you’ll learn

By the end of this course, Audit track learners will have learned how to:

  • achieve interview success in six steps
  • stand out from the crowd using four strategies
  • avoid common mistakes
  • highlight soft and hard skills using appropriate vocabulary and expressions
  • structure impressive answers using four steps
  • express opinions and delaying answers effectively

Learners on the Verified track will be able to:

  • identify effective and ineffective answers
  • access instructor feedback and comments
  • evaluate their own answers
  • watch full-length interview videos with industry professionals

Course Syllabus

General information:

  • This two-part job interviews course guides you on the path to success.
  • Based on interviews with industry professionals and experienced recruiters, Part 1 focuses on Basic Job Interview Skills and Part 2 focuses on Advanced Job Interview Skills.
  • The course will run self-paced and will end on the 2nd of December 2019.

Goals and outcomes:

  • This job interviews course is for both native and non-native speakers of English. Native speakers will learn from industry professionals and recruiters about how to effectively answer interview questions. Non-native speakers will also benefit from the English language input.
  • Once you have your professional knowledge and gained your experience, how you persuade others to believe that you are as good as you say you are in the challenge. Our instructors have had a 100% success rate in getting interviews and landing a job and we hope to share that experience with you. The course materials are designed based on our expertise as well as advice from accomplished professionals in the business, HR and academic field.
  • Taking this course will bring you closer to getting that job. There is no prerequisite requirement for this course. You just need to be interested in improving your job interview skills and helping your fellow students’ in their learning journey. In every section, the length of the teaching videos will not exceed 30 minutes. In addition, there are some simple online games, quizzes, and assignments. You are expected to spend about 2 hours in each section.
  • Keywords: job search, job seekers, common interview questions, researching the company, firm handshake, copies of your resume, body language, interview tips, preparing your answer, interview skills, arrive early, and eye contact

Learning objectives:

By the end of the course, you‘ll have learned how to:

  • Achieve interview success in six steps
  • Stand out from the crowd using four strategies
  • Avoid common mistakes
  • Structure impressive answers following four simple steps
  • Express opinions and delay answers appropriately

Who Will Teach You?

  • Jessica Xia: English Language Instructor, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  • Bee Dy: English Language Instructor, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Prerequisites: None

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Free Online Courses @ English@Work: Advanced Job Interview Skills

Once you have successfully grasped the foundation of interview success by completing English@Work: Basic Job Interview Skills course, how you persuade others to believe that you are as good as you say you are is now the challenge.

This job interviews course is for both native and non-native speakers of English. Native speakers will learn from industry professionals and recruiters about how to effectively answer interview questions. Non-native speakers will also benefit from the English language input.

  • Length: 3 Week
  • Effort: 1 to 3 hours per week
  • Price: Free (Add a Verified Certificate for $50 USD)
  • Institution: The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  • Level: Intermediate
  • Language: English
  • Video Transcripts: English
  • Course Start Date: Self-Peace or Start on September 2, 2019

What you’ll learn

By the end of this course, Audit track learners will have learned how to:

  • prepare precise and persuasive answers to challenging questions
  • use verbal and non-verbal skills to impress the interviewers
  • perform professionally during and after interviews

Learners on the Verified track will be able to:

  • identify effective and ineffective answers
  • access instructor feedback and comments
  • evaluate their own answers
  • watch full-length interview videos with industry professionals

Course Syllabus

General information:

  • This two-part job interviews course guides you on the path to success.
  • Based on interviews with industry professionals and experienced recruiters, Part 1 focuses on Basic Job Interview Skills and Part 2 focuses on Advanced Job Interview Skills.
  • The course will run self-paced and will end on the 2nd of December 2019.

Goals and outcomes:

  • Once you have your professional knowledge and gained your experience, how you persuade others to believe that you are as good as you say you are is the challenge. Our instructors have had a 100% success rate in getting interviews and landing a job and we hope to share that experience with you. The course materials are designed based on our expertise as well as advice from accomplished professionals in the business, HR and academic field. Taking this course will bring you closer to getting that job.
  • The recommended course to take before this course is English@Work: Basic Job Interview Skills.
  • Keywords: job interview questions, practice your answers, extra copies, firm handshake, researching the company, good fit, interview tips, maintain eye contact, pay attention, minutes early, and answer questions
  • English@Work: Advanced Job Interview Skills focuses not only on improving your job interview skills but hanhandling challenging interview questions more effectively. In every section, the length of the teaching videos will not exceed 30 minutes. In addition, there are some simple online games, quizzes, and assignments. You are expected to spend about 2 hours in each section.

Learning objectives: By the end of the course, you‘ll have learned how to:

  • Give impressive answers
  • Use non-verbal communication skills, intonation and word stress effectively to
  • persuade and engage the interviewers
  • Handle challenging questions
  • Ask appropriate questions
  • Act professionally after interviews

Who Will Teach You?

  • Jessica Xia: English Language Instructor, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  • Bee Dy: English Language Instructor, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Prerequisites: None

Course Deadlines: There is no weekly deadline for the assessment components. You just need to complete them before 11:29 p.m. UTC, Monday 2nd December, 2019.

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Free Online Courses Sign Language Structure, Learning, and Change

What myths and truths about sign languages have been revealed through research? Whether you are fluent in sign language or simply interested in learning more, join us on a journey through the history and evolution of American Sign Language!

This course is a four-week self-paced course. Lecture videos are delivered in ASL with English subtitles and voiceover. The course will introduce all of these students to the science of sign language research and, for fluent ASL signers, the history and structure of their own language. It will also expose students at the intermediate level to the fields of linguistics and the cognitive sciences.

  • Length: 4 Week
  • Effort: 5 to 6 hours per week
  • Price: Free (Add a Verified Certificate for $49 USD)
  • Institution: Georgetown University
  • Level: Intermediate
  • Language: English
  • Video Transcripts: English
  • Course Start Date: Self-Peace

What you’ll learn

  • Historical origins in a natural gesture for the emergence of ASL grammar
  • Degree and types of structural variation within ASL, considering the possible influences from its contacts with other signed and spoken languages
  • Role of visual analogy in learning ASL, considering the possible linguistic universals for signed languages
  • Ways in which language-specific variation and historical change for signed languages may compare and contrast to those for spoken languages
  • Visual, motoric, and cognitive constraints which may give rise to these phenomena

This course aims to integrate the history of ideas about American Sign Language (ASL) with research that has been done on the structure, learning, and historical change of ASL and other sign languages.

  • The structure is crucial to languages. There are several layers of grammatical structure in all languages. We will learn about these and examine how sign languages are structured.
  • Learning is how children and adults acquire the ability to understand and use a sign language.
  • Change takes place over time in all languages. Recent research on historical change in ASL and other sign languages has begun to reveal how sign languages come into existence and how they change as they are used over generations among deaf and hearing users. We will look at historical change in depth, especially the historical heritage of ASL.

Course Syllabus

Module 1

  • Fundamental issues for language status
  • Emergence and evolution of sign language
  • History of American Sign Language
  • Variation and change within ASL
  • Lexical representation and annotation
  • Cognitive processing
  • From transparent to opaque morphology
  • Literary innovation constrained by grammar
  • Framework for Sign Language Structure, Learning and Change

Module 2

  • Sign features and syntactic packaging
  • Co-articulation and timing of suprasegmentals
  • Interaction of syntax and prosody
  • The spatial architecture for linguistic scaffolding
  • Reference frame and spatial verb typology
  • Core lexemes and frozen derivatives
  • Layering of lexical representation and articulatory operations
  • Linear template and syntactic agreement slots
  • Optimizing loan words for syntactic agreement
  • Split between inflectional space and lexicon

Module 3

  • Biological and environmental factors for language acquisition and evolution
  • Challenge of designing a visual language based on English morphology
  • Potential impact of visual analogy on grammar
  • Morphological typology and complexity
  • The neurobiology of sign language processing
  • Reframing ASL as a classifier predicate language
  • Acquisition of ASL morphology
  • Best-fit architecture and cognitive scaffolding
  • Factors affecting homogenous use of sign language
  • Natural experiment for language evolution

Module 4

  • Sign language archaeology
  • Emergence of grammar
  • Gestural discourse dynamics and collective memory
  • Historical sociolinguistics
  • History of polyglottism and diglossia in Deaf community
  • Reconstructing early ASL grammar
  • From syntax to bound morphology
  • Development of bound morphology
  • The current state of sign language structure, learning and change

Who Will Teach You?

Ted Supalla: Professor of Neurology, Linguistics, and Psychology, Georgetown University

Prerequisites: None

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Free Online Courses Life English Listening – Conducting an Informational Interview

Are you finding it difficult to start the conversation, or find the right words when communicating in English? Do you know how to start and end conversations in a polite way? Do you want to learn more about American, British, Canadian, Australian, South Korean, Colombian, and Chinese cultures? If so, you’ve come to the right course!

Learn how to express communicate in English and improve your conversational language skills. Do you want to communicate with a native speaker? Let Chinese and foreign teachers and more than 50 friends from the United States, Britain, Ireland, Canada, Australia, and Colombia take you on a different English learning journey.

The most important function of language is communication. In communication, we need to know how to start a topic of interest to the other party, answer other people’s questions, and complete a dialogue naturally and smoothly.

  • Length: 10 Week
  • Effort: 2 to 4 hours per week
  • Price: Free (Add a Verified Certificate for $49 USD)
  • Institution: Tsinghua University (TsinghuaX)
  • Level: Intermediate
  • Language: English
  • Video Transcripts: English
  • Course Start Date: Self-Peace

This course selects 8 themes, with more than 50 teachers from the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Colombia, China, and students of all ages, in the real scene, using the most authentic expression and the purest English, Take you to talk about all aspects of daily life and learning.

The course is divided into eight modules, each with a theme, which are:

  1. Introduction and exchange of personal information
    2. Our family and friends
    3. Diet and meals
    4. Purpose and method of English learning
    5. Holiday activities and unforgettable experiences
    6. Interests and interests
    7. Emotional expression
    8. Stay healthy

Each topic consists of more than ten groups of dialogues and group discussions, foreign teachers’ introductions of Chinese and Western cultural differences, Chinese teachers’ key vocabulary, sentence pattern explanations, listening comprehension exercises, and oral tests.

Through study and practice, you will be able to talk freely with English-speaking friends and discuss any issues related to the topic. There are many ways to learn this course.

English learners can continuously accumulate language materials during repeated listening and reading conversations, and conduct dialogue exercise with friends around you or with learners of the same course.

English teachers can use the appropriate topics in this course to organize students. I heard about training and organized efficient classrooms. Maybe you can’t understand the whole content of each conversation, just understand the general idea, as the course progresses, you will understand more and more content.

Let us realize a leap in English listening and speaking.

What you’ll learn

  • Develop conversational English skills
  • Listen to dialogues and group discussions to better understand spoken English and cultural norms
  • Learn keywords and expressions
  • Engage in activities to help you better understand the meaning of conversations
  • Learn to initiate your own conversations in English on a variety of topics

 Who Will Teach You?

  • Wenxia Zhang: Professor, Foreign Languages and Literatures, Tsinghua University
  • Fang Yang: Associate Professor, Foreign Languages and Literatures, Tsinghua University
  • Glenn M. Davis
  • Thomas H. Piachaud

Prerequisites: None

Apply Now

UWashington Free Online Courses Conducting an Informational Interview

This is the capstone networking course. Put all the skills that you have learned into practice. You’ll introduce yourself, write an effective email, highlight your best qualities, and conduct an informational interview with a person of your choice.

In this final course of the English for Business Networking Professional Certificate program, you’ll put your knowledge into practice by preparing for and conducting an informational interview.

First off, you’ll clarify your goals and set up a practice informational interview. You’ll practice talking on the phone to make arrangements to meet.  Then, you’ll set up a second informational interview. You’ll learn how to research a person and write questions to learn more about them or their career. You’ll also learn the parts of an interview.

Finally, you’ll learn the key steps for following up with a person after your interview. You’ll successfully complete a whole cycle of networking activities.

  • Length:6 Week
  • Effort:3 to 5 hours per week
  • Price: Free (Add a Verified Certificate for $99 USD)
  • Institution: University of Washington (UWashingtonX)
  • Level: Intermediate
  • Language: English
  • Video Transcripts: English
  • Course Start Date: Self-Peace

What you’ll learn

Enhance your learning experience via weekly interactive small-group sessions with a live mentor. In this course you will learn how to create:

  • Research a person you would like to interview using LinkedIn and other tools.
  • Prepare for and conduct an informational interview with someone you already know, and follow up with a thank-you note.
  • Prepare for and conduct an informational interview with a new contact
  • Follow up with a thank-you note.
  • Share your lessons learned about informational interviews and networking

 Who Will Teach You?

  • Joel Ozretich: Instructor, University of Washington
  • Richard Moore: Instructor, University of Washington

Prerequisites: Students should have an Intermediate level of English language proficiency

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Free Online Course on Using Email for Networking in English

Improve your writing skills. Write effective emails including great subject lines, greetings, and closings. You’ll be more confident as you communicate for business, send messages, expand your network, and search for jobs in English.

Effective writing is an important business skill, especially for networking, and most communication takes place using email.  In this course, you’ll learn important vocabulary and strategies for writing effective emails, starting with the subject line.

You’ll learn how to write messages for different audiences and understand when to be formal or direct. You’ll also learn how your choice of words can change the way people view your message. You’ll practice writing emails to follow up with people in your network.

Key Information

  • Length: 4 weeks
  • Effort: 3 to 5 hours per week
  • Price: FREE or Add a Verified Certificate for $99 USD
  • Institution: University of Washington
  • Subject: Language
  • Level: Introductory
  • Language: English
  • Video Transcripts: English
  • Start date: Starts on April 23, 2019, or Self-Paced
  • Prerequisites: Intermediate level of English language proficiency.
  • Associated Programs: Professional Certificate: English for Business Networking

What you’ll learn

  • Create and use email messages, including greetings, the body of message, format, and closing
  • Use appropriate tone and formality in your emails
  • Use email to invite a person in your network to meet with you
  • Write follow-up emails

Course Syllabus

  • Week 1: Subject Lines & Openings: This week you’ll learn the parts of an effective subject line and know what common mistakes to avoid. You’ll also know how to use greetings like “Dear” and when to use titles or first names.
  • Week 2: Tone: When to be Formal or Direct: This week introduces the idea of the tone. The words you use and the way you say it makes your writing more or less formal and more or less direct. You need to make choices about these things depending on who you are writing to.
  • Week 3: Effective Beginnings and Endings: The first and last lines of an email are super important to success. We’ll point out how to write good openings and closings and provide a useful vocabulary for these parts. We’ll also practice the language of making arrangements to meet.
  • Week 4: Writing Follow Up Emails: In the final week of the course, you’ll look specifically at the language of following up. This is an important step in making your network bigger. You’ll practice writing your own email and get feedback from your fellow classmates.

Meet the instructors

  • Daphne Mackey: Instructor, University of Washington
  • Richard Moore: Instructor, University of Washington

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Free Online Course on Academic Writing Made Easy

Struggling with writing an academic text? This MOOC will ease the pain – and make your writing shine. The course requires upper-intermediate (B2) to advanced English (C1).

This MOOC takes you through the basics of academic writing step by step. From structuring and organizing an academic text to avoiding common pitfalls that can negatively affect your credibility, this 6-week course offers a guide for those who want to improve their writing.

It looks at various components that will make your academic writing stand out for all the right reasons, including paragraphing, style, tone, paraphrasing and punctuation. Using samples of student writing it also gives you tips on what to avoid and explains why.

Key Information

  • Length: 6 weeks
  • Effort: 2 to 3 hours per week
  • Price: FREE or Add a Verified Certificate for $49 USD
  • Institution: TUMx
  • Subject: Language
  • Level: Intermediate
  • Language: English
  • Video Transcripts: English
  • Course Start Date: Start on April 29, 2019
  • Prerequisites: Upper-intermediate to advanced knowledge of English.

What you’ll learn

You’ll learn:

  • to understand the basic tenets of academic writing
  • to identify the different genres and the expectations of each one
  • to overcome writer’s block
  • to structure your ideas cohesively
  • to write reader-friendly sentences
  • to use appropriate tone to gain credibility
  • to avoid plagiarism and
  • to ensure your text respects the rules of general punctuation in English.

Course Syllabus

Each week is comprised of video lessons, followed by exercises and peer-review tasks, taking you through various aspects of academic writing. The MOOC “Academic Writing Made Easy” covers the following topics to help you improve your writing:

  • Week 1 Rhetorical Preferences: Meeting the expectations of your target group
  • Week 2 Genre: Differentiating between types of scholarly texts
  • The Writing Process: Overcoming writer’s block
  • Week 3 Cohesion: Making your ideas flow logically
  • Week 4 Sentences: Writing reader-friendly sentences
  • Week 5 Credibility: Convincing your peers to accept and believe what you write
  • Week 6 Punctuation: Polishing your text
  • Putting it all together: Overcoming the last hurdles

Meet the instructors

  • Heidi Minning: Lecturer, Technische Universität München
  • Jeremiah Hendren: Lecturer, Technische Universität München
  • Stephen Starck: Lecturer, Technische Universität München
  • Aparna Bhar: Lecturer, Technische Universität München
  • Susan O’Byrne: Lecturer, Technische Universität München
  • Rose Jacobs: Lecturer, Technische Universität München
  • Ruth Shannon: Lecturer, Technische Universität München
  • Huma Abid: Teaching Assistant, Technische Universität München

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Free Online Course on Upper-Intermediate English

Take your language skills and career to the next level by advancing your knowledge and fluency of the English language.

This English language Professional Certificate program is aimed at students with an intermediate level of English (based on the B1 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) wishing to advance their language skills to an upper-intermediate level (B2).

This program will cover interesting topics such as food, business, modern life, globalization, and technology today. You will learn to write different types of formal and informal texts, including reports, reviews, complaints and more. You will also enhance your vocabulary and grammar and better understand how to use verbal tenses in context.

This program also includes preparatory materials and recommendations to successfully pass the Cambridge University First Certificate in English Examination (FCE).

  • Average Length: 4 weeks per course
  • Effort: 4 hours per week, per course
  • Number Of Courses: 4 Courses in Program
  • Subject: Language
  • Institution: Universitat Politècnica de Valencia
  • Language: English
  • Video Transcripts: English
  • Price (USD): Free to learn of each course or $180 USD for the entire program

Job Outlook

  • Any job with an international outreach
  • Any job seeking employees with good communication skills
  • Any job seeking employees with a good command of English

What You’ll Learn:

  • How to write a formal and informal letter in English
  • How to use English verb tenses in context
  • English vocabulary and grammar
  • Listening and speaking in English
  • Prepare for an interview in English

Free Online Course on Upper-Intermediate English

Courses

Upper-Intermediate English: Business: Take your English language skills to the next level. Learn how to write letters use appropriate verbal tenses and enhance your vocabulary and grammar, all within the context of business.

Upper-Intermediate English: Modern Life: Advance your English language skills as you learn how to rephrase sentences and prepare for an interview.  Topics such as films, sports, and natural resources will also be discussed.

Upper-Intermediate English: Globalization: Learn how to write letters use appropriate verbal tenses and enhance your English vocabulary and grammar, all within the context of globalization.

Upper-Intermediate English: Technology Today: Take your English language skills to the next level. We will discuss technological innovations as you enhance your English vocabulary and grammar and learn how to write a business plan. Starts on January 29, 2019 – Self-Paced

  • Length: 4 weeks
  • Effort: 3 to 5 hours per week
  • Subject: Language
  • Price: FREE or Add a Verified Certificate for $50 USD
  • Prerequisites: Lower Intermediate or Intermediate level of English
  • Meet the Instructor: Ana Gimeno: Full Professor, English, UPValencia
  • Starts on: Self-Paced

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