Subject: English for Academic Purposes
Credit units: 6
College: Office of the Provost
Department: The Language Centre


Intermediate English will build strong communicative language skills by integrating reading, writing, listening, speaking and grammar. Students will develop their language skills with activities that simulate real-world interactions – discussing opinions, participating in small talk, finding main ideas, and writing summaries. This course is designed to move students toward the more formal advanced academic English of the next course: EAP 50.0 University Preparation.

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