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美聯英語現有的教學中心的面積在1000-3500平方米之間,教學設施完備,環境優雅。外教來自歐美母語國家,發音純正、國際視野,具備TESOL、TEFL等教學資格認證。
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商務英語課

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  • 2019-08-15
零基礎英語培訓

據統計,當今世界以英語為母語的人口已達三億兩千萬以上,差不多每十個人中就有一個人講英語。此外,世界上多還有六億人,即每五個中就有一個在一定程度上懂英語。從使用范圍來看,英語也是也是當今世界上主要通用語。英特網上四分之三的信息是用英語寫的,世界上百分之七十以上的郵件用英文書寫,或用英文注明地址;全世界的廣播節目中,百分之六十以上用英語進行;國際政治、經商、文化、貿易、交通運輸等領域,無不以英文為其交往工具。

美聯英語提供英語培訓,英語口語培訓,商務英語口語培訓,零基礎英語培訓,企業英語培訓,純英語母語外教4人小班等課程,目前已在北京、廣州、深圳、東莞、惠州、佛山、中山、合肥、泉州、成都、重慶、長沙、江門、紹興、沈陽、蘇州、昆明、昆山、武漢、無錫、綿陽、廈門、西安、南京、南昌、寧波等地開設分校。
 

在線免費測試 找出你的英語出發點在哪里
美聯專業評估系統 教你先學會如何剖析自己的不足,測評后更有專業的老師進行點評指導,并給出合理建議


英語發音是否標準?
英語單詞知道意思,但就是發音不標準,有口說不出,不能自信開口說英語?

詞匯量是否達標?
最基本的2000個英語單詞,你記住了多少?記住的都可以準確發音和拼寫嗎?

英語聽力聽不懂?
聽說讀寫中,“聽”是永遠排在第一位的,聽不懂,就更加說不出,你的聽力過關了嗎?

 
在線預約水平測試

 課程簡介

雅思考試(IELTS),全稱國際英語語言測試系統,外文名International English Language Testing System,由劍橋大學考試委員會外語考試部、英國文化協會及IDP教育集團共同管理,是一種針英語能力,為打算到使用英語的國家學習、工作或定居的人們設置的英語水平考試。雅思考試分學術類和培訓類兩種,分別針對申請留學的學生和計劃在英語語言國家參加工作或移民的人士。考試分聽、說、讀、寫四個部分,總分9分。


美聯雅思培訓課程雅思課程
現在預約,尊享好禮

· 雅思真題模考并一對一問題剖析

· 出國留學考試個性化方案制定

· 雅思考試提分資料1份


課程特色:√ 小班 √ 資深中/外教 √ 快速提分 √ 全程跟蹤 √ 技巧
 

美聯英語課程側重于個人口語技能的訓練,從而確保學員掌握交流技巧,幫助學員打造純正英語發音,真正打破語言障礙,擺脫啞巴英語。北京美聯英語口語課程經過數年課程研發和教學實踐,美聯英語于2010年成功推出“4D英語動力系統”,從興趣,目標,科技,方法等方面全方位解決了中國人學不好英語的行業難題。

適合人群:備考雅思的各階段考生

申請試聽:有

總課時數:短期按月,長期按年

學習目標:由淺入深掌握雅思必備技巧

每次課時長:1小時

上課人數:小班/一對一/多人


對于每項課程的分類,美聯英語培訓中心都有細致的劃分
以美聯商務英語課程為例,來了解一下美聯課程級別的細致劃分:

美聯通用英語培訓課程級別
入門級:面向完全零起步者或有過英語學習經驗但無法開口者。在此級別,學員將初步感受并習慣與純美語外教的應答(如有必要,可提供雙語老師的教學);并學習美語的發音特點,并能基本應對簡單基礎的日常對話。

基礎級:面向能夠基本應對外教的簡單問題,但需經常重復或對答不合適不流利者。在此級別,學員將學習掌握美音的發音、語調和節奏;學習掌握300個常用詞匯;能夠說出簡單、典型、眾所周知的英文短語,例如英文的自我介紹。

中級:在此級別,學員將掌握并靈活應用1500個常用詞匯,能夠聽懂并理解外教語速較慢時的表達;擁有基本的詞匯量并能基本應對日常交流所需。

進階級:在此級別,學員將掌握并靈活應用2500個常用詞匯;就熟知的生活的領域可以進行日常交流;能夠運用更為復雜的句式和語法結構;能夠通過組織基礎的合適的語法來自如地表達所思所想。

高級:在此級別,學員將掌握并靈活應用3500個常用詞匯;雖有極少的語法差錯,但仍能夠在不引起誤解的情況下表達觀點;語言技能得到更大的提高;能夠閱讀、收聽并理解英文新聞,報刊內容。

特級:在此級別,學員將掌握并靈活應用5000個常用詞匯;掌握充足的詞匯,能夠運用地道的語句,近乎完美的語法結構傳情達意,在各典型的工作環境中毫無語言上的困難;聽說讀寫譯都達到高級水平。

 



他們是這樣一群人,他們,多才多藝又懂得嵌入學生HIGH點,他們,時尚多元還能幽默爽翻學員,他們,讓枯燥的英語學習變得有趣

美聯英語Jeremy老師  Jeremy 國 籍:美國
 中 文 名:楊家成
 教學年限:10年
 畢業院校:舊金山大學教育心理學專業
 英語能力:母語
 2014年CCTV“希望之星”英語風采大賽評委
 資深欄目制作人、美聯英語首席男主播

 美聯英語明星老師
 教學特色:口語致勝、寓教于樂、風趣搞怪

授課方式


人數:1-4人
教學重點:關注學員的語音、發音、用詞等
教學目標:鞏固和掌握英語詞匯和表達

人數:1-10人
教學重點:關注語言的流利度,問答、討論、角色扮演為主要形式
教學目標:培養英語思維和英文交流能力,拓展學員應用能力

人數:不限
教學重點:聽力、發音、語法、詞匯課、音樂課、電影課等
教學目標:滿足學員興趣所在的主題,幫助學員查缺補漏

人數:不限
教學重點:通過設計好的游戲、小組討論、角色扮演等
教學目標:讓每個學員充分練習英語開口表達的能力
 

在這里,你學到的不只是知識
美聯,全力打造星級的英語學習環境,
在這里輕輕松松、快快樂樂學英語,
提升英語能力的同時
又拓展見識,廣交朋友,拓展人脈... ...

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  In a poet's room, where his inkstand stood on the table, the remark was once made, “It is wonderful what can be brought out of an inkstand. What will come next? It is indeed wonderful.”

  “Yes, certainly,” said the inkstand to the pen, and to the other articles that stood on the table; “that's what I always say. It is wonderful and extraordinary what a number of things come out of me. It's quite incredible, and I really don't know what is coming next when that man dips his pen into me. One drop out of me is enough for half a page of paper, and what cannot half a page contain? From me, all the works of a poet are produced; all those imaginary characters whom people fancy they have known or met. All the deep feeling, the humor, and the vivid pictures of nature. I myself don't understand how it is, for I am not acquainted with nature, but it is certainly in me. From me have gone forth to the world those wonderful descriptions of troops of charming maidens, and of brave knights on prancing steeds; of the halt and the blind, and I know not what more, for I assure you I never think of these things.”

  “There you are right,” said the pen, “for you don't think at all; if you did, you would see that you can only provide the means. You give the fluid that I may place upon the paper what dwells in me, and what I wish to bring to light. It is the pen that writes: no man doubts that; and, indeed, most people understand as much about poetry as an old inkstand.”

  “You have had very little experience,” replied the inkstand. “You have hardly been in service a week, and are already half worn out. Do you imagine you are a poet? You are only a servant, and before you came I had many like you, some of the goose family, and others of English manufacture. I know a quill pen as well as I know a steel one. I have had both sorts in my service, and I shall have many more when he comes—the man who performs the mechanical part—and writes down what he obtains from me. I should like to know what will be the next thing he gets out of me.”

  “Inkpot!” exclaimed the pen contemptuously.

  Late in the evening the poet came home. He had been to a concert, and had been quite enchanted with the admirable performance of a famous violin player whom he had heard there. The performer had produced from his instrument a richness of tone that sometimes sounded like tinkling waterdrops or rolling pearls; sometimes like the birds twittering in chorus, and then rising and swelling in sound like the wind through the fir-trees. The poet felt as if his own heart were weeping, but in tones of melody like the sound of a woman's voice. It seemed not only the strings, but every part of the instrument from which these sounds were produced. It was a wonderful performance and a difficult piece, and yet the bow seemed to glide across the strings so easily that it was as if any one could do it who tried. Even the violin and the bow appeared to perform independently of their master who guided them; it was as if soul and spirit had been breathed into the instrument, so the audience forgot the performer in the beautiful sounds he produced. Not so the poet; he remembered him, and named him, and wrote down his thoughts on the subject. “How foolish it would be for the violin and the bow to boast of their performance, and yet we men often commit that folly. The poet, the artist, the man of science in his laboratory, the general,—we all do it; and yet we are only the instruments which the Almighty uses; to Him alone the honor is due. We have nothing of ourselves of which we should be proud.” Yes, this is what the poet wrote down. He wrote it in the form of a parable, and called it “The Master and the Instruments.”

  “That is what you have got, madam,” said the pen to the inkstand, when the two were alone again. “Did you hear him read aloud what I had written down?”

  “Yes, what I gave you to write,” retorted the inkstand. “That was a cut at you because of your conceit. To think that you could not understand that you were being quizzed. I gave you a cut from within me. Surely I must know my own satire.”

  “Ink-pitcher!” cried the pen.

  “Writing-stick!” retorted the inkstand. And each of them felt satisfied that he had given a good answer. It is pleasing to be convinced that you have settled a matter by your reply; it is something to make you sleep well, and they both slept well upon it. But the poet did not sleep. Thoughts rose up within him like the tones of the violin, falling like pearls, or rushing like the strong wind through the forest. He understood his own heart in these thoughts; they were as a ray from the mind of the Great Master of all minds.

  “To Him be all the honor.”

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