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This class will help non-English speaking students learn English in a friendly, supportive environment. No registrations will be allowed after the second class.
This class is for senior students who are more fluent in English but who would benefit from advanced grammatical studies and more attention to advanced conversational skills. No registrations will be allowed after the second class. ESL III students may register for ESL IV - Conversation English.
This class is geared for senior students who are proficient in English but who would benefit from practicing conversational skills with other students in a friendly and supportive setting.
This class is designed for students who have already participated in a beginning level ESL class or who have rudimentary English skills. No registrations will be allowed after the second class.
This class will introduce beginning learners of Arabic to the basic essentials of Modern Standard Arabic. The first lessons will cover the basic alphabet as well as simple conversational phrases. Upon completion of learning the alphabet, students will begin to learn basic words, such as pronouns, common objects, and description words. Students will explore the Arab culture and world through simple Arabic songs and videos, and be encouraged to practice Arabic in class and seek out of classroom activities.
This class is for anyone who has ever had an interest in learning the beautiful French language but may have felt intimidated or just didn't have the time to commit. In this class, students will learn basic communication skills they can use when traveling in Paris, Montreal, the lovely island of Martinique, or anywhere that French is the dominant language. Students will learn useful vocabulary and expressions for greeting someone in French, for making a purchase, and eating out at a restaurant. No prior knowledge or experience in French is necessary.
This class is designed for students who have taken French for Beginners level I. Students who have some knowledge of French at the beginners' level are also welcome. We will review and reinforce proper pronunciation and useful expressions learned in level one to give students a stronger grasp of the language. We will also continue our focus on the spoken word and on French culture. We will put special emphasis on subjects like the weather, the seasons and telling time among others.
This club allows participants to brush up on their Japanese conversation skills and to socialize in Japanese. The club will make traditional Japanese crafts and foods. Participants are required to sign in at each meeting. This group will meet on the third Saturday of the month. This is not a course for Japanese language instruction.
This class is designed for the novice speaker with no previous classroom or workplace learning or experience speaking Spanish. Participants will be introduced to the language and culture through the use of fun, authentic materials and will learn basic communication skills.
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