This course aids in the development of elementary-level conversational skills, and one of the most crucial of these abilities is learning how to introduce oneself in English. This includes stating your name, age, nationality, studies or occupation, etc. Along with a focus on proper pronunciation, specific attention will be paid to words and phrases that will be helpful to you in these circumstances.
Learning English: Conversational Skills for Beginners (1) provides brief videos for a group of Arabic-speaking students enrolled in an English language course at the British Council, building on the institution’s experience in learning and teaching the language. As a result, you can observe the kind of language that students acquire in this course and learn English for free.
You will thus have laid the cornerstone for your journey to learning one of the most significant languages in the world, which is used in many fundamental dealings in areas of daily life, from introducing yourself in English to having a full conversation in any Subject matter, after completing the course on Learning English: Conversational Skills for Beginners (1).
You will learn in this course
- An audio and video conversation on the value of learning English
- Conversation is the best way to learn English so that you may use it in a variety of settings throughout your daily life.
- How to say hello in English and describe your daily activities and future plans
- Tips for correctly pronouncing words and speaking a foreign language
- Beginning English conversations using basic concepts like numbers, telling time, and more
- Examples of how the English language is different from the Arabic language that can aid with understanding
- Advice on the most effective language-learning techniques to increase your proficiency
- This course is for you if you are just beginning to learn English because it is designed for beginners. Although this course will provide you the chance to practise the language, even if your level is higher, you will still learn a lot of helpful tips from it.
- Please be aware that due to the British Council’s global child protection policy, we are unable to accept young people (18 years or under) for any face-to-face or online adult training courses.
- We are therefore sorry to notify you that if you are 18 years of age or younger, you will not be able to continue in the course.