As part of communication, English Language rules play major roles by accessing the users of English language in communication.

This course present the rules of communication in the usage of English Language. Examinations set in English language is to test the different basic skills of communicating in English using the mediums of speech and writing. The examination will test the receptive and productive abilities of candidates. These abilities will be demonstrated in the following forms: reading, comprehension, summary, vocabulary, lexis and structure, listening comprehension and recognition of different aspects of spoken English.

In this course, students will learn how to

  • use correct English;
  • write about incidents in English that are appropriate to specified audiences and situations;
  • organize material in paragraphs that are chronologically, spatially and logically coherent;
  • control sentence structures accurately;
  • exhibit variety in the use of sentence patterns;
  • comply with the rules of grammar;
  • spell and punctuate correctly;
  • comprehend written and spoken English;
  • recognize implied meaning, tones and attitudes;
  • use an acceptable pronunciation that can be comprehended by others;
  • recognize the physical characteristics of English sounds and the letters that represent them.
  • pick out and summarize relevant information from set passages

In each units, questions are provided to test the understanding of subjects and all necessary assessment is given at the end of the course.

Course Curriculum

Essay Writing
Letter 00:00:00
Narration 00:00:00
Description 00:00:00
Argument/Debate Writing 00:00:00
Exposition 00:00:00
Article 00:00:00
Speech Writing 00:00:00
Report Writing 00:00:00
Creative Writing 00:00:00
Comprehension
Finding Appropriate Equivalents for selected Words or Phrases 00:00:00
Understanding the Factual Content 00:00:00
Making Inferences from the Content of the Passage 00:00:00
Understanding the use of English Expressions that reveal/reflect sentiments/emotions/attitudes 00:00:00
Identify and label basic grammatical structures, words, phrases or clauses and explain their functions as they appear in the context 00:00:00
Identify and explain basic literary terms and expressions 00:00:00
Recast phrases or sentences into grammatical alternatives 00:00:00
Summary
Summary 00:00:00
Lexis and Structures
Aspects of Lexis 00:00:00
Vocabulary 00:00:00
Idiomatic Expression 00:00:00
Structural elements of English 00:00:00
Figurative Usage 00:00:00
Oral English
Vowels 00:00:00
Consonants & Clusters 00:00:00
Rhymes 00:00:00
Word stress/Sentence Stress 00:00:00
Emphatic Stress/Intonation Patterns 00:00:00
Phonetic Symbols 00:00:00
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