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English Class

Wednesday, 5pm – 6pm

We run a weekly group online English class for our members who want to improve their English listening, reading, and speaking skills in a fun and relaxed way.

Beginner class, Saturday 11:30—12:30 (for people with little or no experience of the English language)

Intermediate class, Wednesday, 5pm-6pm (for people who can speak and understand reasonably well and can use basic tenses but have problems with more complex grammar and vocabulary)

Capacity : 20 people per class, the first 20 people to sign up will receive a link by Friday evening*

To sign up email: uvwenglishcafe@gmail.com

All learning materials provided! Only need pen and paper

Please only sign up for one class a week and say which class (beginner or intermediate) that you want to attend.

This is very important for logistical reasons.

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Wednesday

5pm – 6pm

English Class

We run a weekly group online English class for our members who want to improve their English listening, reading, and speaking skills in a fun and relaxed way.

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