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English is the most widely spoken language in the world, with over 1.3 billion speakers¹. It is the official language of more than 50 countries, and the lingua franca of business, science, technology, and entertainment. Learning English as a second language (ESL) can open up new opportunities for personal and professional growth, as well as enrich your cultural understanding and global awareness.

 What is ESL?

ESL stands for English as a Second Language, which means learning English when your native language is not English. ESL courses are designed to help you improve your English skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing, as well as grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation. ESL courses can also help you prepare for standardized tests, such as the TOEFL, IELTS, or Cambridge exams, which are often required for academic or immigration purposes.


Professional benefits of ESL courses

Taking ESL courses can have many benefits for your career, such as:


– Enhancing your communication skills and confidence in English

– Expanding your network and connections with people from different backgrounds and cultures

– Accessing more information and resources in English, such as books, journals, websites, and media

– Increasing your chances of getting a job or promotion in a global market

– Developing your intercultural competence and cross-cultural awareness


Course type: KAI Live English

KAI Live English is an online ESL course offered by KAI Global School, a leading provider of language education and cultural exchange programs. KAI Live English is a live, interactive, and personalized course that allows you to learn English from anywhere in the world, at your own pace and schedule. You can choose from different levels, topics, and formats, depending on your goals and interests.

What you’ll learn

By taking KAI Live English, you will:


– Improve your English skills in all four areas: listening, speaking, reading, and writing

– Learn from experienced and qualified teachers who are native or near-native speakers of English

– Interact with other students from different countries and cultures

– Receive feedback and guidance from your teacher and classmates

– Practice your English in real-life situations and scenarios



The syllabus of KAI Live English is based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), which is a standard for measuring language proficiency. The CEFR has six levels: A1 (beginner), A2 (elementary), B1 (intermediate), B2 (upper intermediate), C1 (advanced), and C2 (proficient). Each level has a set of learning outcomes and descriptors that define what you can do in English at that level.


The syllabus of KAI Live English covers the following topics:

– Grammar: the rules and structures of English, such as tenses, modals, conditionals, etc.

– Vocabulary: the words and phrases that you need to communicate effectively in English, such as idioms, collocations, synonyms, etc.

– Pronunciation: the sounds and patterns of English, such as stress, intonation, rhythm, etc.

– Listening: the ability to understand and respond to spoken English, such as dialogues, conversations, lectures, etc.

– Speaking: the ability to express yourself and communicate in spoken English, such as greetings, introductions, opinions, etc.

– Reading: the ability to comprehend and analyze written English, such as texts, articles, stories, etc.

Writing: the ability to produce and organize written English, such as emails, letters, essays, etc.

Ways to take this course

You can take KAI Live English in different ways, depending on your preferences and availability. You can choose from:


– Group classes: you will join a small group of students (up to 6) who have the same level and goals as you. You will have regular sessions (usually once or twice a week) with your teacher and classmates, where you will practice your English skills through various activities and tasks. You will also have access to online materials and resources that you can use for self-study and homework.

– Private classes: you will have one-on-one sessions with your teacher, where you will focus on your specific needs and objectives. You will have more flexibility and control over your learning pace and schedule. You will also have access to online materials and resources that you can use for self-study and homework.

– Hybrid classes: you will combine group and private classes, where you will benefit from both the social and individual aspects of learning. You will have some sessions with your group and some sessions with your teacher alone. You will also have access to online materials and resources that you can use for self-study and homework.


How do you know your ESL level?

Before you start your KAI Live English course, you will take a placement test, which will assess your current level of English. The placement test consists of two parts: a written test and an oral test. The written test is an online multiple-choice quiz that covers grammar, vocabulary, and reading. The oral test is a live interview with a teacher, where you will have a short conversation in English. Based on your test results, you will be assigned to the appropriate level for your course.

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