By the end of the course, learners will be able to understand and use simple phrases and questions to exchange information in familiar situations in the target language. Over part 1 and part 2, learners will acquire basic knowledge of: Personal information (e.g. nationality, family, occupation); Eating and drinking (e.g. ordering food and drinks in cafés and restaurants); Shopping and services (e.g. post office, hotel booking, directions, travelling); Introduction to the language alphabet (for non-Roman script languages); Formal and informal language if appropriate; Negative structure; Words used to link ideas, e.g. and, but, also; How to ask questions; The basic rules of pronunciation; Simple structures to express like / dislike; Present tense / timeframe with frequently used verbs / structures; Basic numerical data. Please note that the above topics and language functions may vary according to the needs of the learners.
Outcome / Qualification etc.
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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