CIP Online English Learning - Power Speaking Course

Power Speaking

Course Overview

This course is for people who want to enhance their speaking capability for daily conversation, or to use English when traveling abroad. This course will improve your speaking by providing suitable vocabulary and tasks for improved speaking.

Age17 Years Old or Above
Minimum LevelA1
Entry RequirementTrial Class
Progress Test~
Start DateEvery Monday (Combination) / Immediately Upon Enrollment (Session
 Available Upon Request.
Course Duration30 Hours Per Skill
ClassOnline 1:1
Day Theme Grammar Vocabulary
1 – 3 “Meeting people”
“Countries and nationalities”
To be: subject pronouns.Name, address, telephone
number; country, nationality
Possessive adjectives
Yes/No questions
Short answers
4 – 6 “Family”
“Describing people”
Wh-questions; Have F Haemigihlyt,rweleaitgiohnt,sahgipes; adjectives:
7 – 9 “In a classroom”
“In an electronics store”
This/that;
These/those
Classroom objects: book, pen,
pencil; small electronics: MP3
player, laptop, cell phone
Preposition “on”
Plurals
10 – 12 “Everyday activities”Present continuous:
Statements.
Daily activities: studying, eating,
Sleeping: locations and places
Yes/No questions
Wh-questions
Preposition “at”
13 – 15 “Foods and drinks”Simple present;
Agreeing and disagreeing
Food and drink, meals, restaurant
Vocabulary; snack foods, a lot
Count and noncount nouns
How much / How many
16 – 18 “Housing”
“In an apartment”
There is / there areHouse, apartment, rooms;
Furniture
Prepositions of place

 

19 – 21 “Free time activities”
“Popular sports”
Information questionsLeisure activities;
Sports, exercise, hobbies
Adverbs of frequency
Can for ability
22 – 24 “Life events”
“Weekend plans”
Be going to future;
Wh-questions
Life events; special occasions:
Weekend activities
25 – 28 “Movies”
“TV programs”
Wh-questions Types of movies;
Types of TV programs
Adverbs of frequency
29 – 32 “Health problems”
“Getting better”
Feel + adjectiveAilments, illnesses, and health;
Remedies
Have + Noun
Imperatives
33 – 36 “On vacation”
“Past events”
Simple past
Questions and statements
Vacation locations and activities;
Life event
To be: simple past
37 – 40 “Telephone language”
“Things to do”
Requests with “can” and “could”Telephone language;
taking and leaving messages;
Chores
Object pronouns
Would verb + to

 

Day Theme Grammar Vocabulary
1 – 3 “Meeting people”
“Countries and nationalities”
To be: subject pronouns.Name, address, telephone
number; country, nationality
Possessive adjectives
Yes/No questions
Short answers
4 – 6 “Family”
“Describing people”
Wh-questions; Have F Haemigihlyt,rweleaitgiohnt,sahgipes; adjectives:
7 – 9 “In a classroom”
“In an electronics store”
This/that;
These/those
Classroom objects: book, pen,
pencil; small electronics: MP3
player, laptop, cell phone
Preposition “on”
Plurals
10 – 12 “Everyday activities”Present continuous:
Statements.
Daily activities: studying, eating,
Sleeping: locations and places
Yes/No questions
Wh-questions
Preposition “at”
13 – 15 “Foods and drinks”Simple present;
Agreeing and disagreeing
Food and drink, meals, restaurant
Vocabulary; snack foods, a lot
Count and noncount nouns
How much / How many
16 – 18 “Housing”
“In an apartment”
There is / there areHouse, apartment, rooms;
Furniture
Prepositions of place

 

19 – 21 “Free time activities”
“Popular sports”
Information questionsLeisure activities;
Sports, exercise, hobbies
Adverbs of frequency
Can for ability
22 – 24 “Life events”
“Weekend plans”
Be going to future;
Wh-questions
Life events; special occasions:
Weekend activities
25 – 28 “Movies”
“TV programs”
Wh-questions Types of movies;
Types of TV programs
Adverbs of frequency
29 – 32 “Health problems”
“Getting better”
Feel + adjectiveAilments, illnesses, and health;
Remedies
Have + Noun
Imperatives
33 – 36 “On vacation”
“Past events”
Simple past
Questions and statements
Vacation locations and activities;
Life event
To be: simple past
37 – 40 “Telephone language”
“Things to do”
Requests with “can” and “could”Telephone language;
taking and leaving messages;
Chores
Object pronouns
Would verb + to