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Berlitz Esl Grammar Fundamentals II

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The course materials present the language used in both social and business contexts; as it is spoken and written in the United States; in twenty, short, goal-oriented chapters. Photos and illustrations provide visual support for better understanding of the material the students are reading. The themes and language functions chosen for this course address the students' day-to-day language needs and help students increase their vocabulary. The grammar explanations and practice exercises help the students improve their accuracy through controlled practice. The discussion questions, individual assignments, free-writing practices, and weekly summaries motivate students to interact with each other and allow them to apply the language to their own lives. The central goal of the course is to develop the students' writing skills.

This is 6 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 0
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 6 weeks

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    Do you have investments?

    • Demonstrate appropriate use of vocabulary and writing skills related to giving financial advice
    • Prepare a report on personal expenditures
    • Plan an itinerary

    Can we still meet the deadline?

    • Compare competing companies
    • Extend invitations with the appropriate level of formality
    • Report the status of a project

    I'd like to open an account.

    • Identify vocabulary specific to air travel.
    • Describe personal finances.
    • Conduct a survey.
    • Present results of a survey.

    Tell me about yourself.

    • Use vocabulary specific to one's health
    • Describe one's employment skills, qualifications, and qualities
    • Compare leisure time activities or vacation options

    I accepted the job offer.

    • Demonstrate appropriate use of vocabulary and writing skills related to negotiate terms of employment
    • Report on current events
    • Analyze employment options

    It's a deal!

    • Demonstrate appropriate use of vocabulary related to negotiating a real estate deal
    • Develop writing skills appropriate for use in business relationships
    • Demonstrate appropriate use of vocabulary related to arranging a business lunch
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