About the course
"Small Talk Basics for English Language Students" is an e-learning course created specifically for improving communication skills.
The course provides best tips and vocabulary for having small talk. Our tips can be used if you would like to speak with new people. These best practices are usable in any situation e.g. work, conference, holiday, meeting, etc.
The course will help you to:
- significantly improve your communication and networking skills,
- have a better contextual awareness, using the right words and expressions,
- start conversations with new people when you most need it.
By learning with us you will be more confident in establishing new connections.
What are the requirements?
- Students will need to have a minimum pre-intermediate level of English.
- Motivation to further improve speaking skills.
What am I going to get from this course?
- Ideas and vocabulary how to start a great networking conversation.
- Use real-life expressions like the native speakers, and increase your credibility.
Who Should Attend?
What is the target audience?
- Do take this course if you intend to speak more confidently when meeting new people.
- The course is ideal if you are using English in a professional or private environment.
- Students should be at a pre-intermediate level.
- Do not take this course if your level is beginner (A1) because the course uses more advanced vocabulary.
- This is a course for ESL (English as a Second Language) speakers with pre-intermediate to proficiency level English (B1 to C2).
Enroll today and take the very next step towards excellent small talk skills, and successful networking.
Lesson 1: Small talk basics introduction
Lecture 1: Small talk basics introduction
Lesson 2: Small talk general knowledge
Lecture 1: General cultural tips
Lecture 2: Vocabulary for small talk
Lesson 3: Weather
Lecture 1: Weather as your first topic
Lesson 4: Name
Lecture 1: The name can help
Lesson 5: Work
Lecture 1: Work as a great topic
Lesson 6: Location
Lecture 1: Location is a good start
Lesson 7: Current affairs
Lecture 1: Current affairs
Lesson 8: Grammar - news
Lecture 1: Mind your grammar - news
Lesson 9: Family
Lecture 1: Family