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Basic English Skills

Duration: 2 days


During the course of the 20th century, English developed into the language of business. In our "global village", we need to communicate so that we are understood  - first time.

The basics of English Grammar will be explained and then practiced. Learners are encouraged to share their concerns and confusions.  A great deal of practical group work will take place so that new skills can be practiced in a relaxed manner.   

At the end of this course participants will have learned: 

Words - their importance, jargon and colloquialisms

Dictionary use - limitations of the computer

Grammar - what is correct and why it must be correct:

  • Subject / verb relationships
  • Spelling - computer limitations
  • Common errors and why they are incorrect
  • Sentences
  • Paragraphs
  • Tone
  • Inappropriate language


  • Formal letters
  • Memo's
  • Faxes E-mails
  • Formal reports
  • Minutes of meetings


At the end of this course participants will have learned:

  • More confident use of the English language as a communication tool
  • Discerning between phonetics and spelling as unrelated entities in written English
  • Mastering the basic rules of English grammar and punctuation - Using tenses, plurals and paragraphs in written English
  • Correcting their own mistakes
  • How to avoid jargon, clichés and the use of complicated language

Who will benefit:

People whose first language is not English and yet are expected to function in English at work.

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Fax: 011 452 0138
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