2016. május 27., péntek

Enrolling in a language course

       Enrolling in a language course
  • Good morning.
  • Good morning. Can I help you?
  • Yes, please. I'd like to inquire about the English language courses you organize at your language school. I have decided to take part in an intensive course because my knowledge of English is rather poor and needs to be improved.
  • What would you like to get to know?
  • What levels of English courses are there at your language school?
  • There are courses for students at beginner, pre-intermediate, intermediate and advanced levels, too. Anyway, all the students are asked to write a test beforehand so as to ascertain what level they should attend.
  • What language exams do you prepare students for?
  • We prepare students for oral and written examinations of different types including state and international exams as well. We also teach English for special needs such as specialist language of foreign trade, finance or economics.
  • How many students are there in a group?
  • We have small groups. Each group of ours consists of only six or maximum eight students, so you can make good progress if you are hard-working enough.
  • On which days are the lessons held?
  • The lessons are held either on Mondays and Thursdays or on Tuesdays and Fridays.
  • What time do the classes start and finish?
  • There are four classes a day. They last from two to hold past five with a half of an hour's break between them.
  • What about the fee?
  • It costs £180 for a term. I'd like to let you know that it can be paid not only in a lump sum but in monthly installments, too.
  • When does the next course begin?
  • At the beginning of September.
  • When can I enroll? Would now be all right?
  • Yes, of course. I will give you an application form to fill 

  • Why are you studying English?
I am studying English because I think English is a pleasant sounding and useful language. English is spoken all over the world and if you speak it too you will be understood wherever you go. You can make friends easily during your travels.

  • What are your plans for the future?
  • What would you like to become?

After leaving primary school I would like to study in a good secondary grammar school. I don't know what to take up as a career yet but I think I would like to go on to a university or college. I love children so I may want to become a teacher either in a nursery or in a primary school.
After leaving this grammar school I would like to study at one of the universities, either the university of law or medicine. I would like to become a lawyer or a doctor.

  • Situation 1
  • Hello. I haven't seen you for ages. How are you doing at school?
  • Very well, thank you. I make good progress at school, my annual school report is excellent from year to year.
  • You are a school-leaver, aren't you?
  • Yes, I am.
  • What are you plans for the future?
  • 'm in for a hard period of time. First I would like to take my school-leaving exam with the best possible results and after leaving secondary school I would like to go on to higher education.
  • Where do you intend to continue your studies?
  •  I want to apply for admission to the university of medicine in Bristol.
  • Do you want to become a doctor?
  • That's right.
  • Have you decided what you want to specialize in later?
  • My pipedream is to be a pediatrician. You know, I'm fond of dealing with children and looking after them.
  •  I do hope your efforts will be crowned with success and you will be admitted. Best of luck.
  • Thank you.
  • Situation 2
  • Hello. How lovely to see you. What's the news?
  •  Just imagine! I have just been informed that I have been admitted to the Faculty of Arts at          university in Bristol.
  • Congratulations! What are you going to read?
  • English and History.
  • Do you want to qualify as a teacher?
  • Yes, I do. Believe it or not, I have wanted to become a teacher since my childhood.
  • Well, I'm sure you will make a food teacher. I wish you good luck.
  • Thanks.

  • Situation 3
  •         Hello. How are you doing at university? I hear you have been admitted.
  •         Very well, thanks. I'm getting accustomed to the requirements.
  •        What are you exactly studying?
  •        I go to the faculty of law at university in Bristol. I'm reading civil law, actually.

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