Welcome English Pont propose deux cours de niveau en Anglais

Speaking English fluently means being able to express your thoughts, feelings and ideas. Your goal is to speak English in full sentences, so why not learn it in full sentences? You’ll find that English is more useful in your everyday life if you study whole phrases, rather than just vocabulary and verbs. Start by thinking about phrases that you use frequently in your native language, and then learn how to say them in English.

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cours pour l’exercice 2018-2019 :

Les deux cours de langue Anglaise auront lieu le Lundi.

Le premier s’adresse plus particulièrement aux débutants de manière générale. Il débutera le Lundi 10 Septembre 2018 de 17h30 à 19h00, toujours salle n°9 Place d’Armes « Maison des Associations », (ce nouveau cours a été programmé à la demande des Apprenants à la suite d’une assemblée générale de fin d’année) .

Ensuite , le deuxième cours prend le titre de niveau Intermédiaire selon la nomenclature Européenne et concerne les Apprenants possédant de bonne base de compréhension de la langue, il sera présenté le Lundi 10 Septembre de 19h00 à 20h30 salle n° 9 Place d’Armes « Maison des Associations »

Nous ouvrirons un cours pour Apprenants avancés (stade B2-C1) en fonction des inscriptions (minimum 14 élèves/classe) tout au long de l’année. En 2018 seulement quatre personnes suivaient ce cours, c’est la raison pour laquelle nous ne l’avons pas reconduit systématiquement, mais nous restons ouvert pour l’avenir, c’est vous qui décidez.

You don’t have to only learn English from textbooks and teachers – anyone who speaks English can help you practice. Imagine how you would feel if someone asked you, in your native language, how to pronounce something? Would you be angry? No! You’d probably be happy to help, just like most English-speakers are happy to help you. If you know any English-speakers, whether it’s a friend or co-worker, take advantage of the opportunity to practice and learn from them.

 

Why learn English

So, you already know why we learn English. Today, it isn’t about being trendy – speaking English is a must! I mean, everyone (and their Grandma) uses English. It is practically impossible to avoid it – at work, during our leisure time at home or on holiday. That being so, English is THE foreign language to learn.

  • It’s the Most Widely Spoken Language in the World

 

What’s more, English is the rest of the world’s “second language”. While Chinese Mandarin and Spanish are the mother tongues of more people overall, most people in the world choose to learn some English after their native language. In fact, one in five people on the planet speak or understand at least a little bit of English.

This makes English one of the most useful languages you can learn. After all, you can’t learn all 6,500 languages in the world, but at least you will be able to communicate with people from all different countries using English.

Language is the essential tool needed by people to obtain their desired needs and to be acquainted with their and other people’s past and contemporary experience, while living in a society.

Considering the importance of being bilingual or trilingual in our society, we will realize the role played by being so in the ideal development of our human capital. Therefore, it is important to study other languages and use them effectively. Studying and speaking English is the first need of today’s literacy. English is the one and only global language. It had spread all over the world, and we can hardly find a country, which does not use it, regardless of its civilization rank.