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What you’ll learn

  • You will learn over 1000 vital English words, expressions and idioms, and how to use them in real life.
  • You will learn the most important English grammar with tons of English speaking practice.

  • You will learn to think in English and to speak English fluently. (in Intermediate level)

  • You will learn to read in English and to spell English words intuitively
  • You will learn to understand movies and TV shows in English.
  • After the course, you can travel the world freely, without a language barrier
  • After the course, you can start preparing for English language tests like TOEFL, IELTS, GMAT etc.

Requirements

  • A computer, or a tablet, or a phone with good speakers or headphones. (So you can hear the pronunciation very clearly).
  • Absolutely no previous knowledge of English is necessary.
  • 4 hours a week to speak English when you won’t be disturbed.
  • Very positive attitude 🙂

Description

Introducing LOGUS

Your most powerful and intensive online English language course.

It is a must-have English language course for complete beginners in English, who want to reach theintermediate level of spoken English language in the shortest time possible.

 

The killer advantages of English language course LOGUS that blow the competition out of the water:

  • It is not a short basic course of English      language. It is a full beginner to intermediate course of spoken English.      It is specifically designed to help you build all the necessary skills for      the real life day-to-day use.
  • It is a 100% animated and interactive spoken      English language course, which makes it very fun to use.
  • You get over 60 hours of intensive spoken English language practice. Each English language lesson lasts about 1 hour.
  • It is 100% communicative intensive spoken English language course. You speak English language all the time and you say over 2000 English words      in each lesson.
  • LOGUS doesn’t teach you separate English words.      You learn everything only in the context.
  • LOGUS is the only online video course obsessed      with perfecting your speech fluency. What good is your knowledge of      English grammar and words if you can’t speak English fluently? Your fluency is our      number 1 priority.
  • English grammar is explained in extremely simple and      intuitive way, with tons of examples and many hours of listening and      speaking practice.

What is included in this course:

  • Over 60 hours (!) of intensive English language speaking practice. All lessons are 100% animated and really fun.
  • Downloadable PDFs, and lots of other useful things.

Needless to say, all English words and English grammar are translated into your native language.

Currently, the following captions for this English language course are available: English, Spanish and Russian. Very soon there will be captions in Portuguese and Hindi. Much more languages will be coming later.

Who is the target audience?

  • It is a must-have English course for complete beginners, who want to reach the intermediate level of spoken English in the shortest time possible.

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This is according to Shakespeare’s imagery.

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Here are a few pointers; hope this is useful)

Ovation-by definition- is show of appreciation from an audience, for a person’s accomplishments or flaw.

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Thus, regardless of a person’s achievement or flaw- a person deserves an applause for, not the least, living in this society and this world that we are all living together and dying together.

That was just the introduction.. the best part is yet to come.. now it’s your turn!!

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This is according to Shakespeare’s imagery.

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