Intermediate English Writing Course
Askademic’s intermediate writing course with Alex allows students a unique opportunity to practice vital writing skills, learn English writing rules, as well as tap into their own creativity. The student will learn the overall style of writing in English, how to link ideas, how to use various tenses, and will build vocabulary. Alex offers two creative writing assignments that receive personalized feedback, so the student is guaranteed to finish this class with pride and appreciation for their newfound skills!
Completing this course will help you:
Who is the course for?
This course is for students who need some intermediate-level guidance on English writing rules and then want to actually try out what they’ve learned. The course goes over some common rules, English phrasing, mistakes to avoid, new vocabulary, etc., and then provides creative writing prompts so students can put the lessons to use. With personalized feedback on the assignments, students are guaranteed to have learned and improve their writing skills by the end of the course.
Hello, welcome to Askademic's intermediate writing course. I am Alex and I am so excited that you decided to take this course with me.
We'll be talking about the English style. Now, this might sound a little basic, but it's super important. This is one of those things that will help you sound more natural and more fluent when you write in English.
Welcome back to Askademic's English Writing course. I am Alex. And today this is a little bonus lesson on extra notes for English style.
Okay, welcome back. This is lesson two. Today, we're going to be talking about how we can link ideas together, how we can make them flow from one to the next. Very important for making our writing sound natural and fluent.
This is lesson three. Today we'll be using our imagination. Specifically we'll be looking at a new kind of the phrase we can use to discuss imagined events in the past and what might have happened because of it.
This time, we're going to be doing something a little bit different for this course. We have two writing assignments and this is the first one. So for this writing assignment, we want you as our next film critic, let's take a look at what that means specifically.
This is section five. So we've talked about some different phrasing that we can use, and now want to spend a little bit of time building our vocabulary. There are so many words, so little time, so let's get started.
Okay, welcome back. This is lesson six and we were talking about building vocabulary in our previous lesson.We're going to return one more time, try out one different activity that you can use to also build some more advanced vocabulary.
Good job making it this far. Keep working at it. Just a couple more to go. This lesson, we will be talking about a new phrase we can use, uh, which is get used to, or be used to.
You are in the last writing assignment for Askademic's intermediate writing course. I am so proud of you for making it this far. Today we're doing a writing assignment that's a little creative. I think it's going to be a good test of what we've learned so far up to this point.
Congratulations. This is the end. You made It all the way through Askademic's intermediate writing course. Excellent job. I knew you could do it.