Learners will be able to use a limited range of simple words and sentences to form statements and questions in familiar situations. They will be able to give a short talk on a familiar topic and take part in short dialogues in familiar situations. A wide range of topic areas will be covered, including: Personal information, home and surroundings; Studying/working and health; Free time and entertainment, holidays and travelling; Using the new alphabet (for non-Roman script languages); Distinction between formal and informal language if appropriate; Positive / negative structures; Basic connectors (e.g. therefore), prepositions; Adjectives / adverbs to create simple descriptions; Modal verbs (e.g. can, must, would like), requests for information; Permission to act (e.g. may I, can I); Basic knowledge of simple structures to express past, present and future tenses/timeframes where appropriate; Simple numerical data. This is not an exhaustive list. Other topics and language functions may be added/replaced according to the needs of the language and the learners.
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Birmingham Adult Education Service
At Birmingham Adult Education Service their aim is to make a difference. Offering courses such as English, Math, Health & Social Care and Art, BAES has a vision to become an outstanding provider of community learning and skills. Whether you're...
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