Intermediate S-2

Intermediate-level English refers to a stage in language learning where the learner has a basic understanding of the language and is able to use it in everyday situations. Some key points to remember at the intermediate level include:

  1. Vocabulary: An expanded vocabulary is a key aspect of intermediate-level English, with a focus on common and practical words and expressions used in daily life.
  2. Grammar: The intermediate learner should have a good grasp of the grammatical structures of English, including verb tenses, subject-verb agreement, and sentence structure.
  3. Listening and Speaking: At this level, learners should be able to understand and participate in simple conversations, and respond to questions with more fluency and accuracy.
  4. Reading and Writing: Intermediate-level learners should be able to understand and write simple texts, such as emails, letters, and short articles.
  5. Pronunciation: A focus on pronunciation is important at this level to help learners improve their intelligibility and sound more natural when speaking English.

Why do you need better communication?

  1. Improved Communication: English is a widely spoken language and is often used as a common language for communication between individuals from different countries. Being able to speak English fluently can help you communicate effectively with a wider range of people, both personally and professionally.
  2. Career Advancement: In many industries, particularly in multinational corporations, a good command of spoken English is a highly valued skill. It can help you get better job opportunities, higher salaries, and more exposure to global networks.
  3. Education: English is the language of instruction in many universities and is also a language that is widely used in academic research and publication.
  4. Cultural Exchange: Being able to speak English opens up opportunities for cultural exchange and understanding. It allows you to connect with people from different backgrounds and learn about their cultures.

Overall, speaking English can help you be more competitive in today’s globalized world and open up new opportunities for personal and professional growth.

The below-mentioned activities will help the learners to kick off the journey of speaking. Use the following prompts as discussion, debate, extempore, etc.

Prompts for Speaking Activities