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EFLL 1405
ESL Level 5: Listening, Speaking, and Grammar
Four semester hours
Low-advanced. Review and expansion of English grammar: verb tenses and modal auxiliaries in active and passive voice, count and non-count nouns, various types of noun modifiers, and adjective clauses/phrases. Students practice strategies to listen and speak clear and appropriate English in a variety of academic situations through audiovisuals, in-class discussions and presentations. Pronunciation skills are addressed as needed, and successful aural comprehension and oral production of targeted grammar points are assessed. Students completing course successfully will earn University credit but not credit towards graduation. Lab requirement: 10 hours. Prerequisite: test placement or completion of ESL Level 4.

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