Conversational English Skills | 生活英语听说

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English
20 h
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  • Introductive Level

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Syllabus

  • Develop conversational English skills
  • Listen to dialogues and group discussions to better understand spoken English and cultural norms
  • Learn key words and expressions
  • Engage in activities to help you better understand the meaning of conversations
  • Learn to initiate your own conversations in English on a variety of topics

Prerequisite

None.

Instructors

Fang Yang
Associate Professor, Language Center
Tsinghua University

Wenxia Zhang
Professor, Foreign Languages and Literatures
Tsinghua University

John Olbrich
Language Center
Tsinghua University

Glenn M. Davis

Jason Driskill
Language Center
Tsinghua University

Thomas H. Piachaud

Editor

Tsinghua University is a Chinese university in Beijing, considered to be one of the most prestigious in the People's Republic of China. When it was founded in 1911, it was a preparatory school for students wishing to do postgraduate studies in American universities. 

In 1925, Tsinghua developed into a university and now offers four-year undergraduate degrees (bachelor's degree) and graduate degrees (master's degree and doctorate).

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