Free English Class

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What Will You Learn?

  • Accessibility for All Levels
  • Expert-Led Instruction
  • Tailored Curriculum
  • Interactive Learning
  • Flexibility in Schedule
  • Varied Learning Resources
  • Support and Feedback
  • No Cost Involved
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  • Community Building

Course Content

Unit 1: Introduction to English
Alphabet and Pronunciation: Learn the English alphabet and how each letter is pronounced to establish a foundation for reading and speaking. Basic Greetings and Introductions: Master essential phrases for greeting people and introducing yourself in various social situations.

  • Alphabet and Pronunciation
  • Basic Greetings and Introductions

Unit 2: Vocabulary Building
Objective: In this unit, you will learn essential words and phrases to expand your vocabulary and improve your ability to communicate in English. Topics Covered: Common Words and Phrases: You will start by learning everyday words and phrases that are commonly used in English conversations. These include greetings like "hello" and "goodbye," expressions like "please" and "thank you," and basic questions like "How are you?" and "What's your name?" Numbers, Colors, and Days of the Week: Next, you will learn numbers to help you count and express quantities. You'll learn numbers from one to ten initially and then expand from there. Colors are also important to describe objects, so you'll learn basic color names such as red, blue, green, etc. Additionally, you'll learn the names of the days of the week to help you understand and talk about time and schedules.

Unit 3: Grammar Fundamentals
Nouns, Pronouns, and Articles: Explanation: In English, nouns are words that represent people, places, things, or ideas (e.g., "cat," "house," "love"). Pronouns are words used in place of nouns to avoid repetition (e.g., "he," "she," "it"). Articles (a, an, the) are small words used to specify or introduce nouns (e.g., "a cat," "an apple," "the house"). Example: "I have a cat. The cat is black." Simple Present Tense and Basic Sentence Structure: Explanation: The simple present tense is used to describe actions that are habitual, routine, or generally true. It's formed by adding '-s' or '-es' to the base form of the verb for third-person singular subjects (e.g., "He eats," "She works"). Basic sentence structure in English follows the pattern subject-verb-object (SVO). Example: "She eats an apple every day."