Young Learners

As a young talented individual ...

1. What goals regarding your education do you have?

2. How are you planning to achieve these goals?

3. What roadblocks might stand in your way?

4. Who will you ask for help?

We offer online courses for young learners aged 5-18 years. Our solutions are the combination of online learning tools and good old pen and paper. 

We use a unique and innovative approach to learning that is specifically designed to master your language skills in a fun and effective way. In our one-to-one classes, we will give you enough time to express yourself. You will be encouraged to make corrections. After only a few weeks of regular training, you will experience a noticeable improvement in your confidence, intonation, pronunciatoin and fluency. Your parents will get regular updates on your progress and lesson content. 

Our English language consultants teaching young learners are EvaMisa and Martin.

Ages & Lesson Duration

Language Skills

Content

 
  • 5-7 (30-45 mins.)
  • 8-10 (30-45 mins.)
  • 11-13 (45-60 mins.)
  • 14-18 (60 mins.)
Language Skills
  • Speaking
  • Reading
  • Listening
  • Writing
Content

Verbs

Tenses

Modals

Supplementary

Functions

Vocabulary

Expressions

  1. Be
  2. Have
  3. Want
  4. Need
  5. Like
  1. Present Simple
  2. Past Simple
    • Regular and irregular verbs
    • Pronunciation
  3. Present Continuous
    • At the moment & Future arrangements
  4. Be going to
  5. Future Simple
  6. Present Perfect Simple
    • Have you ever...?
    • Unfinished past - Indefinite past - Announcements
  1. Can/can’t
  2. Could/couldn’t
  3. May/might
  4. Should/shouldn’t
  5. Must/have to
  1. British/American English Pronunciation
  2. Subject pronouns: I, you, he, she, it, we, you, they
  3. Object pronouns: me, you, him, her, it, us, you, them
  4. Imperatives
  5. Comparisons using adjectives and nouns: “She's as pretty as a picture.” “It's faster than a plane.”
  6. It’s + adjective + infinitive: “It's good to learn English.”
  7. Adjective word order: “I bought a beautiful, long, red, Italian, woolen scarf.”
  8. Possessive pronouns: mine, yours, his, hers, ours, yours, theirs
  9. Possessive adjectives: my, your, his, her, our, your, their
  10. Too/enough
  11. A/an/the/some
  12. Demonstrative pronouns: this, that, these, those
  13. Prepositions of place and time
  14. Countable/uncountable nouns
  15. Prefixes/suffixes
  16. Wh-questions: who, what, where, why, when, how
  17. Adverbs of frequency: always, usually, sometimes, rarely, never
  18. Adverbs of manner: quickly, slowly, fast, nervously
  19. Very/too + adjective: “It’s very expensive.” “It’s too expensive.”
  20. Linking words: unless, in case, as long as, although
  21. Phrasal Verbs: get up, take off, put on, stand up
  1. Describing people/places/things
  2. Giving directions
  3. Giving advice/opinions
  4. Making plans
  5. Apologizing
  6. Making excuses
  7. Agreeing/disagreeing
  8. Asking questions
  9. Expressing likes and dislikes
  10. Making predictions
  11. Recommendations
  1. Houses
  2. People
  3. Clothes
  4. Food
  5. Personal data
  6. Music/festivals
  7. TV/cinema/films
  8. Books/magazines
  9. Family
  10. British and American schools
  11. My future (university/work)
  12. Love/relationships
  13. Holiday/traveling
  14. Technology
  15. Hobbies/sports
  16. Animals
  17. Social Work / Charity
  18. Fashion
  19. Body parts
  20. Cardinal numbers
  21. Ordinal numbers
  22. Telling time
  23. Days of the week
  24. Months of the year
  25. Seasons
  26. Professions
  27. Family tree
  28. Countries
  29. Means of transport
  30. British/American English
  1. What's it like?
  2. I'd like to ...
  3. There is/are ...
  4. Didn't need to / needn't have
  5. How can I put it?
  6. What shall we do?
  7. In my opinion, ...
  8. I'd better ...
  9. I'd rather ...

Contact us for a short intro discussion so we can determine a customized course of action.

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