English in Moscow - Pre-intermediate level A2+
Build upon your fundamental English language leading to success!
If you are just joining us, Lexicon’s Pre-intermediate General English Course is designed to expose, correct and strengthen your basic weaknesses, while conforming your strengths to complement a well-rounded fundamental English language foundation. Your personal, one-on-one, bilingual professional native English-speaking instructor will revise and extend your grammar skills, while cultivating your reading, writing and listening capabilities. Our approach to these key elements, coupled with native pronunciations will focus your direction to a confident and successful future!
We offer a variety of both tiered and exclusively designed General English Courses. The A2+ Pre-Intermediate General English Course is part three of Lexicon’s most fundamental General English courses and is a private, one-on-one course that is designed for non-native English speakers. The instructors are bilingual (Russian-English) fluent native English-speaking educated professionals.
The duration of this course is 6-9 months, depending on the frequency of arranged lessons.
This course provides the opportunity for the student to be challenged and develop their basic English skills by utilizing a standard balance of reading, writing, speaking and listening. However, this balance can be adjusted to supplement each student’s deficiencies.
The course syllabus includes the following main topics:
Youth and Culture – Conversational English, Communicational Phrases, Words Easily Confused, etc.
What an Experience – Adjective Endings, Adverbs and Adverbial Phrases, Phrases for E-mails, etc.
Going Places – Words Related to Travel, Word Building, Geographical Features, etc..
Nowadays – Money, Abbreviations, Collocations, etc.
Help – Medical words, Phrasal Verbs, Prepositional Phrases, etc.
Time Out – Collocations, Compound Nouns, Words related to Entertainment, etc.
Good Job – Words Related to Jobs, Banks, Money, etc.
Way of Life – Words related to Cooking, Music, Celebrations, Verbs + Prepositions, etc.
Homework is an integral part of this course unless declined by the student.
Exams are executed to monitor the student’s progress.
Placement is determined during the initial introduction / consultation, the student’s needs and is based on the current fluency level of each student.