Basic English 2: Pre-Intermediate


Develop your Basic English skills for use in everyday situations and build more confidence in your reading and listening skills.


  • Price of the course: Free all the time.
  • Type of the course: %100 online.
  • Platform: Future Learn.
  • Weekly study: 4 hours.
  • Duration: 4 weeks.

What topics will you cover?

  • Talking about your daily routine and activities.
  • Language for shopping and other daily tasks.
  • Describing your town and where you live.
  • Language for preparing for University.
  • Talking about technology.
  • Asking for directions.

What will you achieve?

By the end of the course, you will be able to:

  • Identify language associated with everyday situations, such as studying, shopping, and talking about time.
  • Develop confidence in key language items useful in a range of different scenarios.
  • Demonstrate understanding of relevant language that can help the learner to studying at a university.
  • Apply language skills for everyday conversations.

Who is the course for?

  • This course is designed for refugees, and the (Middle East and Northern Africa) region who want to learn English for studying and for work.
  • However, it will also be of interest to anyone looking to develop their skills in Basic English.
  • We recommend learners have a minimum of CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) A2 to get the most from this course.
  • Supported by UK aid – Strategic Partnerships for Higher Education, Innovation and Reform.

Learn to use and understand everyday English

Are you looking to improve your English language skills so you can study or work in an English-speaking country?

On this 4-week course from King’s College London, you will build your English skills, develop your use of English in a wider range of everyday situations and grow your listening ability.

By the end of the course, you will feel more confident in your ability to speak and understand Basic English.

  • Learn how to describe your town, ask for directions and talk about activities.
  • You’ll learn how to talk about what you did at the weekend and learn lots of new vocabulary.
  • You’ll also discover how to ask for directions and read a map correctly.
  • You’ll experience going to a shop and learn what to say to the shop assistant.
  • You’ll learn how to form the past tense, and use irregular verbs.
  • You’ll practice prepositions of place and movement when asking for directions.
  • You’ll have many opportunities to listen to others speak in English.
  • Boost your English listening skills.

If you think this course sounds a bit difficult, please try Basic English Elementary.

Who developed the course?

King’s College London:

King’s College London, established in 1829 and a founding college of the University of London, is one of the world’s leading research and teaching universities, based in the very heart of London.

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