B1+ Conversation and Grammar
Improve your spoken fluency and grammar
On this course, you will improve your spoken fluency and the accuracy of your grammar. You will also broaden your vocabulary so that you will not have to search for the right words. After the course, you will be able to discuss topics that you found difficult to talk about previously.
The topics will be selected depending on the needs and interests of the students, but we usually focus on some of the following topics: cooking, recycling, festivals, parties, music, health, visiting the doctor and buying things for a new home.
We will study some more challenging grammar like the past perfect, prepositions and possession, but the main focus will be on conversation and speaking. Improving your grammar means that you will be able to communicate more precisely.
There will not be any written exercises on the course, but you will write when you take notes or when you are preparing for a specific task.
The course is not based on a course book. Instead your teacher will provide all the teaching material, which is taken from a variety of interesting and relevant sources and is included in the price. Throughout the course, you will have the opportunity to share your opinions and ideas with your class. You will develop your linguistic skills in a relaxed and friendly environment.
Preparation time: 1-2 hours.
Overview of the course layout and material
You will receive access to our online digital platform, Moodle. Moodle provides a comprehensive overview of the entire course. You will also be able to contact your classmates and discuss the activities taking place in your class.
On Moodle you can:
- see the plan for the course, the individual teaching sessions and homework
- see teaching materials including extra materials such as videos
- communicate with your teacher and your fellow students
- follow up and catch up on lessons missed if you are absent during the course
Note! We expect that we can run the course as normal classroom instruction. However, we always follow the authorities' recommendations. Therefore, in August we will take stock of the situation and make any necessary adjustments to the courses. For example, in relation to how many students can sit in a room or whether or not we need to change a course to online teaching and the like.