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English 96 Hours per Level

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English A1 Course Outline

  • Course Price Kshs 36,000/$360
  • Location Physical and Online
  • Level of Study Basic 1
  • Available Programs Regular/Intensive/Super-Intensive
  • Intake Ongoing


This English Course Outline provide a learning schedule curated to give you a glimpse of what you will go through over a 96-Hour duration. The classes are adjustable allowing the students to choose their timetable to the specific specific time and days. The following topics give an overview of what you expect to learn by the end of the level.

Topics & Vocabulary:

  • 1. The verb "to be"
  • 2. Revision of possessive adjectives: my, your, her, his.
  • 3. Basic greetings
  • The new language items introduced will include:

  • 4. The use of names of countries.
  • 5. Expansion of lexical set: basic greetings.
  • 6. Expressions including countries and nationalities.
  • 7. Spelling skills
  • 8. Revision of letters of the alphabet
  • 9. The use of questions and negatives with the verb "to be"
  • 10. The use of determiners: this, that, those and these
  • 11. The use of articles: "a" and "an"
  • 12. Expansion of lexical set: "everyday objects" (singular and plural)
  • 13. Expressions including basic opposite adjectives
  • 14. Singular and plural nouns
  • 15. Numbers 1–100, phone numbers
  • 16. The use of the verb "to be" for giving personal information
  • 17. Giving personal information: name, marital status, phone number, address, age
  • 18. Asking for and telling the time, prepositions used for telling the time "at," "past," "to"
  • 19. Expansion of lexical set: "jobs"
  • 18. Times of the day, the 12-hour clock—a.m. and p.m.
  • 19. The use of the present simple (1)
  • 20. Expansion of lexical set: "daily routines"
  • 21. The use of the first, second, and third-person singular in the present simple
  • 22. Expressions including verbs and nouns that go together, prepositions used for times of the day—in the morning, afternoon, evening/at night
  • 23. Continuation of the present simple (2)
  • 24. Revision of basic verbs used to describe work tasks
  • 25. The use of negative and question forms in the present simple
  • 26. The use of the first, second, and third-person plural in the present simple
  • 27. The use of adverbs of frequency
  • 28. Prepositions of place and movement: "to," "in," "at"
  • 29. Expansion of lexical set: "daily work routines"
  • 30. Expressions including asking for help and asking someone to repeat
  • The new language items introduced will include:
  • 31. Greetings and informal discussion about work tasks
  • 32. Revision of seasons, months, and days of the week
  • 33. Expansion of lexical set: "means of communication"
  • 34. Expressions including terms used for talking about the relationships between people in an office
  • 35. Revision of lexical set: "things in the office"
  • 36. The use of "there is" and "there are" for descriptive purposes and in the interrogative form
  • 37. The use of "some" and "any" in the positive, negative, and interrogative form
  • 38. Expansion of lexical set: "furniture" to include items commonly found in an office
  • 39. Expressions including prepositions of place including: on, in, near, next to, in front of, and between
  • 40. Verbs expressing skills and abilities
  • 41. The use of "can" to express ability
  • 42. The use of "to have"
  • 43. Expansion of lexical set: "skills and abilities"
  • 44. Expressions including verb-noun collocations (words that go together)

Sociocultural knowledge:

  • 1.Life in English Speaking countries
  • 2.Simple expressions to express politeness
  • 3.Religion and beliefs
  • 4.Culture & society
  • 5.Social etiquette and customs
  • 6.Talks and discussions on economic and cultural issues.
  • 7.Reading and analysing English literature: poetry and prose.
  • 8.Watching and discussing films; Reading and analysing newspapers.
  • 9. The “coffee culture” in Italy
  • 10. Meals as a family ritual