This course explores the structure and meaning of grammar in an interactive way. Students study the major grammar points in-depth and learn about exceptions to rules. Practice is both oral (speaking) and written. The oral practice is intended to improve fluency and pronunciation, and the written practice is to help with spelling and punctuation.
- Have proven English proficiency of at least a Canadian Language Benchmark of 3+ (lower intermediate level).
Before registering for a course students will need to provide proof of English proficiency. This can be done by providing a valid IELTS, TOEFL, CLBPT or CELPIP score or by taking LCC’s English Assessment.
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Use proper grammar in spoken and written communication
Understand the structure and meaning of grammar points
Know how grammar structures are related to each other
- All students must take an English level test before registering. Students must have at least Canadian Language Benchmark 4 to enter.