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Advanced English Language Program

Course Description: This course is designed for those students who already have a strong background in the English language, but still need extra help in achieving the level of skill expected by higher academic courses and institutions or at a professional workplace in Canada as well as English-speaking corporate environments around the world. In other words, this level caters to upper intermediate and advanced learners of English who need vocabulary for business and professional purposes.

Areas of study:

•        Grammar

•        Vocabulary

•        Sentence Structure

•        Pronunciation

•        Advanced level of listening

•        Essay writing

•        Vocabulary and advanced lexicon

•        Speaking skills, discussion-acting-simulation

•        Writing skills: Formal/informal letters, story-telling, business reports

•        Public speaking

•        Technology and technical writing

Students will receive help perfecting their abilities in essay writing, research and thesis writing, oral debates and presentations as well as report writing through reading and analyzing a wide variety of sources, such as newspapers, academic references, magazine and online articles, textbook materials and various media sources.

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JANUARY 2014

30 August, 2013

2 January, 2014

MARCH 2014

31 October, 2013

3 March, 2014

MAY 2014

31 December, 2013

5 May, 2014

JULY 2014

28 February, 2014

7 July, 2014

SEPTEMBER 2014

30 April, 2014

2 September, 2014

NOVEMBER 2014

28 June, 2014

3 November, 2014


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Prerequisites: This course is designed for those students whose oral skills and knowledge may be higher than a beginner's, but lack of a strong foundation in English