Oxford Language Institute - Over 10 years of experience in teaching English.
Our courses have been prepared by professional Native Speakers.
The GOAL of our language course is to help YOU achieve concrete improvements in YOUR ability to speak English and obtain an International Language Certificate!
Oxford Language Institute is the most effective way to learn English online:
We offer 6 levels of studyClick at each of the boxes to see more details
- definite and indefinite articles
- basic vocabulary in various categories
- basic grammar rules
- vocabulary of greetings, introductions, personal questions
- countable and uncountable nouns
- the verb "to be"
- names of countries and continents
- possessive pronouns
- the use of "have got"
- this/that - these/those
- modal verbs
- ordinal numbers
- adverbs of time
- the Present Simple Tense
- the use of "would like"
- the use of "there is/there are"
- adverbs of frequency
- the past form of the verb "to be"
- the Simple Past Tense
- more vocabulary related to home and home furnishings
- adverbs of place
- the past tense of verbs
- definition of dates/points in time
- use of everyday expressions
- synonyms and antonyms
- informal letter writing
- the Present Continuous Tense
- vocabulary used during domestic and international trips
- adjectives - gradation, comparisons
- countable and uncountable nouns
- construction "be going to"
- the Present Perfect Tense
- the past participle of verbs
- questions and proposals
- infinitive and gerund
- the use of "what like"
- directions, distances, location
- personal questions
- special section about social meetings
- pronouns, prepositions
- "have/have got" - common features and differences
- special section about methods of payment (cash, credit cards, cheques, etc.)
- the Past Continuous Tense
- differences between Present Simple/Present Continuous
- differences between Simple Past/Past Continuous
- differences between Simple Past/Present Perfect
- differences between Present Simple/Present Perfect
- question tags
- confirming and negating
- phrasal verbs
- Conditional I (conditional sentences, conditional mood)
- verb patterns
- the Present Perfect Continuous
- various forms of Present Perfect Simple and Present Perfect Continuous
- accepting and rejecting proposals
- writing letters and about their structure
- additional modal verbs
- short answers
- more about The Future Simple Tense
- Conditional II (conditional sentences, conditional mood)
- various forms of will/going to
- means of transport
- the use of "used to"
- the passive voice
- the Past Perfect verb form
- "have something done", "get something done"
- subject and Object questions
- open/closed questions, use of various interrogative pronouns (Wh- words and how)
- the passive voice (more information about the use of additional verb forms)
- types of sports disciplines, interests, hobbies
- review of all verb forms
- the passive voice and its use in various tenses and grammatical forms
- money, currency, fractions, percentages, numbers, data
- modal verbs; various forms
- relative clauses
- review of past tense forms
- means of transport; continued
- various forms of the past tense
- time clauses
- all types of conditional sentences: 0, I, II, III (conditional sentences, conditional mood)
- detailed discussion of conjunctions
- various forms of perfect tenses
- zodiac signs
- question tags: variations and exceptions
- the sequence of tenses
- special section - shopping
- special section - staying at a hotel
- special section - at the doctor's office
Our Program has been developed in close cooperation with the British Language Centre - a leading Adult Language Education Centre with multiple facilities, and an official English Language Testing Centre for London Chamber of Commerce and Industry, TELC (The European Language Certificates), and by Pearson - the largest Educational company in the world (Financial Times Group).
Our primary Educational Consultant has a Delta (the senior-most achievement) in Adult Language Education from Trinity College London- one of the most prestigious Universities in the United Kingdom- or the world!