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English for General Communication

ABOUT THIS COURSE

Amideast's English for General Communication course develops your ability to communicate confidently and effectively in everyday situations. As the most popular type of English language training Amideast offers, these courses help tens of thousands of adult English learners yearly develop the spoken and written skills commonly needed today for work, study, and leisure.

Our expert teachers stress both fluency and accuracy as they help you improve your speaking, listening, reading, and writing through engaging activities addressing contemporary topics.

Our English language courses are aligned to the internationally recognized Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) and cover six proficiency stages, from beginning to advanced.

WHY STUDY ENGLISH WITH Amideast?

Our approach to teaching in English is based on the needs of learners. Here are 10 reasons to study English at Amideast:

  1. Small class sizes
  2. Individualized instruction and support
  3. Interactive, communicative approach
  4. Contemporary topics with a global focus
  5. Emphasis on practical, real-life communication
  6. Classes for all ages, levels, and purposes
  7. Learner-centered materials for in-class or distance learning
  8. Multimedia tools to enhance all language skills
  9. Taught by expert, certified teachers of American English
  10. Welcoming environment with comfortable facilities and friendly staff
     

Our English for General Communication courses are offered at the following levels:

LevelCEFRLevelCourseDescriptionAvailable OnlineAvailable in-person
Level 1A1Basic introductions, talk about self & family, tell date & time, share job information   
Level 2A1

Sentence structures, parts of the body, sports & hobbies, shopping

 
Level 3A2

Adding on to introductions, family, self, hobbies, and shopping; discusses neighborhoods

 
Level 4A2Talk about appearances, health, the weather, and food; work on past tense.
Grammer ReviewA2+Focus on count/noncount nouns, comparatives, and differences in present / past tenses.
Level 5: Conversation CourseB1You’ll talk about personal info, what things look like, travel & tourism, food and entertainment!
Level 6B1Explore memories, transportation, household chores, and technology; touch on future tense
Level 7B1+Discover vocabulary around geography, storytelling, and requests; look at nonverbal cues
Level 8B1+Discuss personality types, making complaints, the environment, and media news
Level 9B2Discuss qualities, social media/entertainment, historical events, and challenges
Level 10: Conversation courseB2Express opinions using complex grammatical structures, use linking words effectively to produce clear and connected discourse
Level 11: Conversation courseC1Through practice of the four skills - listening, speaking, reading and writing - students will effectively explore new topics and produce clear discourse using advanced grammatical structures. 

*The corresponding CEFR level is shown in parentheses

 

 

Before registering, students are required to take a placement test to ensure placement in the appropriate course and level. 

SCHEDULE 2023–2024 

Sessions

Dates

Fall 1

September 4 - October 23

Fall 2

September 25 - November 13

Fall 3

October 30 - December 19

Winter 1

November 20 - January 16

Winter 2

January 3 - February 20

Winter 3

January 22 - March 7

Spring 1

February 26 - April 25

Spring 2

March 18 - May 20

Spring 3

May 6 - June 27

Summer 1

June 3 - June 27

Summer 2

July 8 - July 26

Summer 3

August 5 - August 23

Summer 4

August 26 - September 12

The registration fee for every course is 620 TND, including books and certificate.

Each level consists of two courses, with each course totaling 42 hours of instruction. Public courses are offered 2 or 3 times a week. Classes last 2-3 hours depending on study days chosen. Courses and schedules can also be customized for business employees or other groups.

For more information about the English Language Program, please contact us at tunisia@amideast.org or at 71 145 700.

Time slots

Monday/WednesdayTuesday/Thursday

9:00 -12:00

9:00 -12:00

12:00 - 3:00

12:00 - 3:00

3:00 - 6:00

3:00 - 6:00

6:00 - 9:00

6:00 - 9:00

 

If you are interested in the SAT®, TOEFL®, GRE®, or GMATTM courses*, please click here.

* A minimum number of students is required to open each class.

ABOUT THIS COURSE

Amideast's English for General Communication course develops your ability to communicate confidently and effectively in everyday situations. As the most popular type of English language training Amideast offers, these courses help tens of thousands of adult English learners yearly develop the spoken and written skills commonly needed today for work, study, and leisure.

Our expert teachers stress both fluency and accuracy as they help you improve your speaking, listening, reading, and writing through engaging activities addressing contemporary topics.

Our English language courses are aligned to the internationally recognized Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) and cover six proficiency stages, from beginning to advanced.

WHY STUDY ENGLISH WITH Amideast?

Our approach to teaching in English is based on the needs of learners. Here are 10 reasons to study English at Amideast:

  1. Small class sizes
  2. Individualized instruction and support
  3. Interactive, communicative approach
  4. Contemporary topics with a global focus
  5. Emphasis on practical, real-life communication
  6. Classes for all ages, levels, and purposes
  7. Learner-centered materials for in-class or distance learning
  8. Multimedia tools to enhance all language skills
  9. Taught by expert, certified teachers of American English
  10. Welcoming environment with comfortable facilities and friendly staff
     

Our English for General Communication courses are offered at the following levels:

LevelCEFRLevelCourseDescriptionAvailable OnlineAvailable in-person
Level 1A1Basic introductions, talk about self & family, tell date & time, share job information   
Level 2A1

Sentence structures, parts of the body, sports & hobbies, shopping

 
Level 3A2

Adding on to introductions, family, self, hobbies, and shopping; discusses neighborhoods

 
Level 4A2Talk about appearances, health, the weather, and food; work on past tense.
Grammer ReviewA2+Focus on count/noncount nouns, comparatives, and differences in present / past tenses.
Level 5: Conversation CourseB1You’ll talk about personal info, what things look like, travel & tourism, food and entertainment!
Level 6B1Explore memories, transportation, household chores, and technology; touch on future tense
Level 7B1+Discover vocabulary around geography, storytelling, and requests; look at nonverbal cues
Level 8B1+Discuss personality types, making complaints, the environment, and media news
Level 9B2Discuss qualities, social media/entertainment, historical events, and challenges
Level 10: Conversation courseB2Express opinions using complex grammatical structures, use linking words effectively to produce clear and connected discourse
Level 11: Conversation courseC1Through practice of the four skills - listening, speaking, reading and writing - students will effectively explore new topics and produce clear discourse using advanced grammatical structures. 

*The corresponding CEFR level is shown in parentheses

 

 

Before registering, students are required to take a placement test to ensure placement in the appropriate course and level. 

SCHEDULE 2023–2024 

Sessions

Dates

Fall 1

September 4 - October 23

Fall 2

September 25 - November 13

Fall 3

October 30 - December 19

Winter 1

November 20 - January 16

Winter 2

January 3 - February 20

Winter 3

January 22 - March 7

Spring 1

February 26 - April 25

Spring 2

March 18 - May 20

Spring 3

May 6 - June 27

Summer 1

June 3 - June 27

Summer 2

July 8 - July 26

Summer 3

August 5 - August 23

Summer 4

August 26 - September 12

The registration fee for every course is 620 TND, including books and certificate.

Each level consists of two courses, with each course totaling 42 hours of instruction. Public courses are offered 2 or 3 times a week. Classes last 2-3 hours depending on study days chosen. Courses and schedules can also be customized for business employees or other groups.

For more information about the English Language Program, please contact us at tunisia@amideast.org or at 71 145 700.

Time slots

Monday/WednesdayTuesday/Thursday

9:00 -12:00

9:00 -12:00

12:00 - 3:00

12:00 - 3:00

3:00 - 6:00

3:00 - 6:00

6:00 - 9:00

6:00 - 9:00

 

If you are interested in the SAT®, TOEFL®, GRE®, or GMATTM courses*, please click here.

* A minimum number of students is required to open each class.