EFL - Conversation & Pronunciation - Beginner

Feel good when using everyday English.

This course will help you to practise speaking in general English e.g. when you go shopping, go to the doctor, collecting your children from school, speak to the neighbours etc.

?Real? material is used for example from newspapers, magazines, forms and leaflets to improve your level of speaking and confidence.

In the lessons we will talk about the topics that interest you and are important to you.

You will also learn some useful everyday expressions, and your pronunciation should become clearer.

At the same time your other skills such as listening and reading should improve along with speaking.

Course Content

This course will help you with:


Understand and enter into straightforward discussions with other people.
Listen to others? opinions and be able to say what you think using a wider range of vocabulary.
Improve your pronunciation in English language
Use more accurate grammar to express yourself in informal English conversations and discussions.

You will be given the opportunity to use websites to help with your English and to use the college intranet system to access work set by your tutor.

Entry Requirements

You are a beginner user of English e.g. ESOL Level E2 or A1/A2 CEFR

You are can communicate using basic English and can hold straightforward conversations on everyday topics.

You should an Advice and Guidance session to assess your level of English; in some cases your tutor can advise you.

First Class Requirements

Pen & lined paper. File or folder. Dictionary or smartphone

Attendance Requirements

You must come to every class. Please arrive on time.

Assessment Methods

Your teacher will check your progress in speaking, reading and listening, on the course and give you advice on how to improve.

Further Study Options

At the end of the course you can continue to study on our wide range of ESOL or EFL courses at RHACC including Cambridge Certificate courses, or progress onto our GCSE English courses and our range of vocational and leisure courses.

Additional Information

If you would like to discuss any additional learning needs contact our Additional Learning Support Co-ordinator on 020 8891 5907 x 5032

For information on course fees and how to get additional help to pay for them look at our How to Pay for Your Course section.Classes include a 10-15 minute comfort break. Minimum age is 16. Classes are held during term time only. Class sizes are a minimum of 12 and a maximum of 19 (depending on classroom size).