English training courses Good English
Communication Practice in English
Standard Brief Curriculum
— how to introduce yourself, name, surname, profession, place of birth, residence, occupation;
— how to ask another person for introduction, dialogs at first meeting.
2. Your profession.
— what are you;
— your experience, what exactly you are doing at work, interesting experience, funny stories about your job.
3. Your country, your city.
— history, political system, places of interest.
— how to buy tickets for train, ferry, airplane;
— time-tables, travel guides;
— check-in, customs, immigration control;
— driving yourself;
— travel specific in English-speaking countries.
5. Asking the way.
— how to ask the way in unknown place, most useful fraises about city infrastructure, time-tables;
— city transport in English-speaking countries – busses, coaches, taxis, underground, trams, etc.
— making reservation (on-line, by telephone);
— check-in the hotel, how to ask about service available, details, rules of the hotel;
— check-out, bills, disputes.
— restaurant, café, fast-food – menus, prices, special requests;
— how to ask the bill, tips;
— specific in English-speaking countries.
8. Emergency situations.
— how to call emergency service – how to describe the situation, which telephone to dial;
— various emergency situations;
— how to deal with police.
9. Medical assistance.
— how to ask medical assistance;
— how to describe your problem;
— medical insurance;
— specific of medical assistance in English-speaking countries.
— invitation to forum, how to accept/decline the invitation;
— registration, programme of the forum, participation, discussions.
— theatres, cinemas, exhibitions, galleries, show, sportive events – tickets, accommodation plans;
— dress code;
— specific of attending mentioned events in English-speaking countries.
— your free time – what you like to do;
— sports, arts, etc.