English Speaking Course: Speak English Now for Beginners

 

Learn English for Beginners: English Speaking, English Grammar, English Pronunciation, English Listening

Hi! I’m Jejette Nocum

Instructor

 

 

Teacher Jet, as her students call her, is from the Philippines who started speaking English at the early age of four.

For eight years, she has taught English to Chinese, Indonesian, Korean, Indian, Japanese, and Russian students. She uses engaging materials and techniques both online and offline to develop her students’ listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills.

She’s a well rounded person who loves books, writing, music, movies, nature, and adventure. She’s a mountaineer, a photographer, an advocate for children’s rights and welfare.

She  loves the color green and  yellow and her idea of relaxation is either spending some quiet time on the beach or having a strong coffee overlooking the city lights at night.

She has passion and enthusiasm for teaching and believes that what every student wants is to be inspired and to have some fun while studying English. She hopes that her passion and enthusiasm come through in the courses she works hard to make.

For you to reach your English goals, take one of her courses today!

 

Is this Course Right for You?

Your course is not for everybody, you can use this section to pre-select the customers that will get the best results.

Who is this for?

 

  • This course is for beginners who want to learn basic English the fun and easy way.
  • This course is for foreigners in an English-speaking country.
  • This course is for kids and adults alike who are beginning to learn English.
  • This course is for those who want to learn English as their second or third language.

Who is this not for?

 

  • This course is not for those who want to learn British English.
  • This course is not for those in the intermediate and advanced levels of English.

GOALS PER COURSE

  • Want to Improve your English Skills?
  • Do you have difficulty reading English words? 
  • Does English not make sense to you?
  • Do you heavily rely on Google to translate your documents?
  • Do you heavily rely on subtitles just to understand a foreign movie?

Section 1. Greetings and Introduction

Dialogue – Hello, (It’s) Nice To Meet You!

We start this Section with a conversation by Jin-woo, a   professor from South Korea, and Natalia, a dentist from Russia. After the  dialogue, you will learn Useful Phrases that are used in the conversation, and the Different Ways to Greet People.

Jobs and Work Vocabulary

In this English Vocabulary lecture, you will learn about some jobs and work through fun clip art images. You will surely remember these vocabulary words because they would be mentioned in other sections.

The Magic Phrase To Ask Where Someone Grew Up

What’s the “Magic Phrase” to ask where someone grew up? Watch this video to know the answer.

The Magic Phrase To Ask What Someone’s Job Is.

Learn the simple phrase to ask a new friend what his/ her job is by watching this video.

Nouns (Grammar)

Learn English Grammar: Through this short dialogue between a monkey and a man, you will learn about Nouns in a fun way.

Subject Pronouns. Object Pronouns (Grammar)

In this English grammar lecture, you will learn about Pronouns, Subject Pronouns and Object Pronouns.

Contractions (Grammar)

We use contractions in everyday speech and informal writing. Learn more about Contractions in this lecture.

Is he? Is she? Are they?

Learn how to use “Is he?”, “Is she? and”Are they? ” in sentences. Learn English: Survival English, English Course, English Grammar for Beginners

Verb To Be Simple Present Tense (Grammar)

The verb To Be is the most important verb in the English language. In this lecture, we will present the simple present of the verb To Be.

Verb To Be. Past Tense ( Grammar)

The past tense of To Be in English has two forms: WAS and WERE. You will learn the simple past of the verb To Be.

The Magic Phrase To Ask What Someone’s Job Is.

Learn English through these two short movie clips. Relax and enjoy studying! 

Section 2. Filling out A Form

Do you heavily rely on Google to translate your documents?

This course will help you… To learn how to fill up any form

Dictation Exercise

Let’s start the Section 2 with an exercise. To test your ability to hear and write the words correctly, I made this Dictation Exercise for you. I would say the words aloud and you would write them down.

Forms Vocabulary

A Form is usually a paper that has spaces for you to write your personal information. The second lecture of this Section is about the vocabalary words that you can find on a form.

Possessive Adjectives.Possessive Pronouns (Grammar)

In this lecture, you will learn how to use Possessive Pronouns and Possessive Adjectives

The Family Tree

This English lecture focuses on basic Family vocabulary. Studying about the Family Tree is really fun and easy.

The Alphabet

Let’s refresh your memory by studying the English Alphabet.

Let’s Count in English! Cardinal Numbers

This English lecture focuses on basic Family vocabulary. Studying about the Family Tree is really fun and easy.

 

Let’s learn how to count.

Cardinal Numbers are used to show how many of something there are. Learn the Cardinal Numbers in this English lecture.

Ordinal Numbers

We use an Ordinal Number to  show the order of something, or the place of that thing in a list. Let’s learn about Ordinal Numbers in this 19th lecture.

Let’s fill out a form

Practice completing a form with the correct information in this writing and vocabulary activity.

Movie Clip Without Subtitles

We conclude this Section with another movie clip. Have fun!

 

Section 3. At The Office

Dialogue- Hana Goes to Her Brother Ruki’s office

You will learn the WH-Questions and some Useful Phrases by studying this Dialogue- Hana Goes to Her Brother Ruki’s office. Remember to Read the sentences aloud.

Office Things Vocabulary

In this lecture, you will learn the vocabulary for items you could find in an office. You might have used some of these things in your home or school. Can you remember these words?

Demonstrative Pronouns- This |That| These | Those (Grammar)

In this next English lesson, we are going to show you how to use the words this, that, these or those.

Indefinite Articles A and AN
In English, there are three articles:

a, an and the. In this short lecture, let’s study the Indefinite Articles: A and AN

Definite Article The

The most frequent word in English is the definite article the. In this video lecture, you will learn when do we use the article “THE.”

The Magic Word to Use if You’re Looking For Something

Your pen is missing. Do you know the magic word to ask your friends if you are going to look for it? 

The Magic Word to Use if You’re Looking For Something

Your pen is missing. Do you know the magic word to ask your friends if you are going to look for it?

Prepositions

This lesson is connected to the previous lecture. Have fun studying Prepositions.

Question Words

We use Question Words to ask some types of questions. Learn about them in this lecture.

Video Clip Without Subtitles

We’re going to end this Section with a Youtube Video. A video blogger shows us a tour of her office. Let’s practice listening through this video. Enjoy!

Section 4. Time, Date and Month

To learn how to say and write the dates, the 7 days of the week, the 12 months of the year, and the time in English.

Dialogue What time Is it?

In this easy Dialogue, you will learn some Useful Phrases about time.
Practice reading the sentences with me.

How to tell time

Learning how to tell time in English is not really difficult. Let me teach you how in this lecture.

Simple Verb Tense – (Grammar)

Verbs come in three tenses: past, present, and future. In this lecture, you will learn about the Simple Present Tense, Simple Past Tense and Simple Future Tense alongside with telling time.

The Magic Phrase To Ask How Much Time Is Needed to Go To One Place

In this lecture, you will learn an interesting phrase that you could use to begin a conversation between you and another person. The Magic Phrase To Ask How Much Time Is Needed to Go To One Place.

Dialogue – What day is it today? What’s the date today?

What day is it today? and “What’s the date today?” are two useful questions to study in the English language.

Months of the Year

You will learn the 12 months of the year in English-speaking countries and other parts of the world in this lecture.

Days of the Week

You will surely memorize this question: “What day is it today?” and how to answer it. Let’s study the 7 days of the week in this lecture.

Prepositions of Time

In this Grammar lecture, you will learn how to use the correct prepositions when it comes to time, days and dates, seasons and so on.

A Movie Clip Without Subtitles

Let’s test your listening skills with this short movie clip. Enjoy!

Section 5. At A Restaurant

Dialogue – Jin-woo and His Wife Shin-hye

Eat At A Restaurant

Here’s a short dialogues to help you learn common questions and answers used at a restaurant.

Would you like to..- – I would like to… Would you like..- – I would like…

Learn how to sound polite and respectful in ordering food at a restaurant or in any situation with this important English lesson- Would you like to..?, I would like to… Would you like..?, I would like…

The Magic Phrase for Ordering food At A Restaurant

After studying this lecture, you would be more confident in ordering food at a restaurant.

Can I…-, Could I..- May I…-

It’s sometimes confusing that English has these different ways of asking for permission. This lecture would guide you on the use of ” Can I”, “Could I” and “May I”

The Conjunctions And Or But (Grammar)

To join parts of sentences, we use Conjunctions. Let’s explore the uses of these three little words – And, Or, But

Food and Restaurant Vocabulary

Through pictures, you’ll learn 20 new Vocabulary words about Food and Restaurant.

Adjectives How do you like the food.
Why are adjectives important?

We need adjectives to describe something. This lecture focuses on the question, “How do you like the food?” To answer this question, we use Adjectives. Learn more about Adjectives through Food.

Movie Clip Without Subtitles.
Have you watched White Chicks?

Let’s improve your listening skills by watching its short movie clip. You will first be presented with some new words for you to recognize the words when you hear them.

Section 6. At A Hotel

Dialogue- Ruki, the Software Engineer

Makes A Hotel Reservation

Ruki, the software engineer, wants to stay at a hotel. Let’s listen to this dialogue and learn they key words and phrases in making a hotel reservation over the phone.

The Magic Phrase For Booking A Room

There’s a simple phrase that you can use for booking a room. Have fun studying the Magic Phrase for Booking A Room.

Dialogue- Ruki Checks In At Awesome English Hotel

Now that Ruki has made a hotel reservation over the phone, he is now ready to check in. Let’s follow his story by watching this video lecture, Dialogue-Ruki Checks In At Awesome English Hotel.

Yes, there is. No, there isn’t. Yes, there are. No, there aren’t .

In English grammar, we use “there is” or “there are” to talk about things we can see or exist. Watch this lecture video to study this simple grammar in detail.

Hotel Vocabulary

This video lecture will help you learn the vocabulary concerning the hotel room, hotel features, and the people working in a hotel.

Video Clip Without Subtitles

Before we end this Section, let’s watch a short video clip about checking in at a hotel.

Section 7.  Around Town

Dialogue- Adam, the Chef,

Asks for Direction

Adam, the chef, would like to go to the supermarket. It seems that he doesn’t know the way. Let’s watch this video lecture and learn how somebody helped him.

The Magic Phrase for Asking Directions

You will find this lecture useful if you want to get to a particular place or if you are lost while traveling.

Excuse Me I’m Sorry

Knowing how to apologize is an important part of being polite.”Excuse Me” and “I’m sorry” are two of the ways to apologize.
Learn these two phrases in this lecture.

Useful Phrases for Giving Directions

Giving directions is equally important as asking for directions. Let’s explore the useful phrases for giving directions in this lecture.

Around Town Vocabulary

In this lecture, we will study the English names for places you are likely to find in a Town or City.
We hope the words in this video will enlarge your travel vocabulary and make you comfortable enough to ask and give directions.

Dialogues on Giving Directions

Practice with me these English dialogues that give directions to different locations around town.

Video Clip Without Subtitles

Practice and improve your listening skills through watching this short video clip about asking and giving directions.

Useful Phrases for Giving Directions

Giving directions is equally important as asking for directions. Let’s explore the useful phrases for giving directions in this lecture.

Around Town Vocabulary

In this lecture, we will study the English names for places you are likely to find in a Town or City.
We hope the words in this video will enlarge your travel vocabulary and make you comfortable enough to ask and give directions.

Dialogues on Giving Directions

Practice with me these English dialogues that give directions to different locations around town.

Video Clip Without Subtitles

Practice and improve your listening skills through watching this short video clip about asking and giving directions.

Section 8.  Shopping 

Dialogue- Carmen, The Photographer,

Goes To A Shopping Mall

This short practice dialogue will help you learn useful shopping phrases. Try to familiarise yourself with the key words and phrases, and you would definitely improve your English.

Magic Phrases For Shopping

In shopping, what do you say to the clerks or shop assistants when you need to to buy something? Find out the magic phrases here!

Adverb (Grammar)

Adverbs modify (change) a verb, an adjective, or another adverb.
To learn more what an adverb is and how to use them in a sentence, watch this video. 

Too So

After this lesson, you will confidently know how to use “So” and “Too” in your sentences.

Shopping Vocabulary

What are you going to wear today? Colors What’s Your Favorite Color?

Next, let’s study about Colors. In this lecture, we will practice asking the question, “What’s your favorite color?”
and the different ways to answer it.

Numbers How Much Is It?

This lecture will guide you to read numbers. You will also be able to use the question” How much is it?” and how to answer it by knowing how to read numbers. 

 A Movie Clip Without Subtitles

Let’s end this Section with a short movie clip to make you relax while you practice listening skills.
Have fun!

Gain more confidence in watching English movies without subtitles:

Do you heavily rely on subtitles just to understand a foreign movie?

This course will help you…

To learn how to watch a movie without subtitles

Bonus Section

In this Section,  I’ll give you a Bonus.

What is it about?

It’s a surprise!

 

What you’ll Learn

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Improve your English speaking;

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identify and write numbers and letters of the Alphabet;

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fill out forms with the appropriate personal information;

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gain more confidence in watching English movies without subtitles;

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confidently order a meal at a restaurant;

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ask for the prices of items at a department store

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introduce yourself, a friend or a family member;

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ask for and tell addresses and phone numbers;

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tell the date, days, months and time in English;

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make a reservation at a hotel;

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give and follow directions;

Requirement is just

Basic Reading Skills

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6 hours on-demand video

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68 downloadable resources

Full lifetime access

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Certificate of Completion

Headline: Why is this course so Great

Benefits
  • This course is an easy step-by-step process to learn basic English.
  • This course is an easy way to learn practical phrases one can use over and over again.
  • This course is an easy way to learn basic grammar.
  • This course is a fun way to speak confidently.
  • This course is a fun and easy way to learn the right vocabulary.
  • This course is a fun and easy way to enhance one’s listening skills.
Teacher Jet is here to guide you!

Worry no more!

Welcome to the Complete English Course – Survival English- English Grammar

Beginner Level course!

This course is created for you who would travel to a country where English is the primary or secondary language and you would  easily learn  Survival English.

Survival English is about the essential English someone needs to know in order to survive – stay or work in an English-speaking country.

In this English course, you will be guided with these skills – Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing.

Format of this Course:

This course consists of 8 Sections. Each Section introduces you to different themes, day to day scenarios and includes the following:

Dialogue – This is a useful learning method to prepare you for real life needs of English communication.

Grammar – Learn simple grammar concepts. The concepts have some application with the theme of each section and flows with the rest of the lesson.

“Magic Word or Phrases” – fun lectures wherein you get to learn short phrases to deal with different scenarios.

Short Exercise – After every lecture, you will be given one or two questions to arouse your enthusiasm in studying. (They are super easy!)

Quiz – To check your understanding of the lesson, you will be given a quiz/quizzes after every section and you will get results after every item. (Relax!- Most questions are in multiple choice.)

Short Videos and Movie Clips – For you to feel more comfortable watching English movies without subtitles, here are short exercises to improve your listening and speaking skills.

 

I’m so excited to have you here!

Have fun!!

 

Teacher Jet

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