This course program is ideal for those who want an effective introduction to the English language. Our Super-intensive English course will provide you with an accelerated introduction to the language, as well as encourage you in your continued learning. You will learn the fundamentals of English grammar and pronunciation rules and at course completion, you will have completed level A2. This course is recommended for beginners and students with some previous knowledge. Begin to speak with confidence!
Through this course, you will be able to present yourself, express what you like and dislike, lead simple conversations about familiar topics in their daily lives. It will also focus on the written so that one will be able to understand and write simple texts.
The teaching takes place in a small group of 3 to 6 students. The small teaching groups will contribute to give you a unique personal approach, in addition, to provide an effective learning process.
The teaching classes are held in the morning from Monday through Thursday from 10.00 – 14.15.
To see a more detailed overview of available course dates, please visit our booking page.
If you prefer an intensive course in the afternoon, we recommend you to take a look at our English intensive course.
This course is suitable for beginners (level A1).
What will I learn?
In this course we use the book “Face2Face” which covers both level A1 and level A2.
During these two intensive weeks, beginners will have studied topics such as:
- To present yourself
- Job hunting
- Daily routines
- Food and drink
- Transport and traffic
- Weather and seasons
- Leisure time
- Body and health
- Housing, education and work
|Duration:||2 weeks, 42 teaching hours à 45 minutes
From Monday through Thursday
|Tuition group:||From 3 to 6 students|
|Course material:||Kr. 950,-|
|Course fee:||Kr. 5950,-|
Upon course completion you will receive a course certificate which states the number of teaching hours completed and the level attained. This certificate can be used to document your English skills for applications to schools and universities abroad.
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