Learn the language you need to communicate successfully in a variety of everyday situations.
Understand the English used in a range of everyday situations.
Learn the appropriate English expressions to use in similar situations.
Learn over 500 words of vocabulary.
Have a better understanding of a of basic English grammar.
Do you already have a basic knowledge of English, but want to improve your ability to communicate in real-life situations? And do so in a fun, enjoyable way? Then Everyday English for ESL is just the course for you!
Each lesson begins with a fully-animated dialogue, which presents the vocabulary, grammar, and expressions you need to know in order to communicate successfully in English in a wide range of everyday situations.
The situations include:
The dialogue is presented with and without speech bubbles, and is followed by:
All the audio material has been recorded by professional voice actors with British or American accents, and each lesson comes with a ten-page downloadable PDF, which contains:
Several of these activities can also be done online, and the extra resources include Quizlet flashcard sets featuring the vocabulary used in each lesson.
At the end of the course, there’s a Final Quiz, to test what you have learnt.
Course Published By Jeffrey Hill (Average rating- 0.0/5, Total Ratings- 0 )
Short Biography of Instructor:
My name is Jeffrey Hill and I teach English at the EM Normandie Business School in Le Havre, France. Although I’ve lived in France since 1981, I was born and grew up in Plymouth, in the South West of England.
After obtaining a BA (Hons) degree in Hispanic Studies from Liverpool University, and a PGCE from Sheffield University, I spent two years teaching Spanish. I then obtained a Trinity College Licentiate Diploma in TESOL and worked as an ESL teacher in Spain for two years.
I’ve been working at the EM Normandie Business School since 1991, teaching general and business English, and preparing students for the TOEIC, TOEFL and IELTS exams. In 2004 I was awarded an MBA from Liverpool University.
In 2004, I started The English Blog, which now has over 9,000 posts and several million page views. Since 2011, I have been project manager for the EM Normandie’s iTunes U site, where I have published several top-ranking courses. More recently, I created the Crossword English website, which features a free daily ESL crossword. I have also had two ESL crossword books published and self-published three others. In 2016, I was responsible for producing the school’s free English-learning app, SmartEnglish by EM Normandie, which features my own Essential Business English course.
I have a life-long love of teaching and learning languages, and look forward to being able to share my experience with you.
Free Everyday English for ESL course