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Super Intensive English Course

All students take our core fundamental skills needed to achieve proficiency in English: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. To complete the day, students can take our skill oriented curriculum with specialized classes in General, Academic, Business and Test Preparation courses.

Super intensive English Course 30 ( 30 Lessons Per Week/ 50 Minutes Per Lesson/ 25 Hours)

super intensive english program

The Super Intensive English Course is designed for professionals and serious academics who seek a highly effective English immersion program to enhance their professional credentials or to prepare for an academic career in the United States, Canada, Great Britain, or other English speaking countries.

The classes integrate reading, writing, listening, and speaking lessons in activities that improve the learners' communicative skills and provide the continuing practice that will enhance the learners' ability to express themselves in English in a wide variety of situations. Students receive intensive classroom practice in real-life applications of the lessons, with two specialized classes every day.

Individualize Your Super Intensive English Course

The Boston School of English offers the students a diverse list of specialized courses that are skill oriented: Conversation, Speaking Drills, Pronunciation, TED Talks, TOEFL and test Preparation, Verb Tenses, Chorus, Writing, Super Idioms, Drama, University Skills, Academic and Business Writing, Business Reading, Dictation, Grammar Review, and Prepositions.

Important Facts

  • Classes start any Monday.
  • Available for all English levels: Beginner, Elementary, Intermediate, and Advanced.
  • Classes are 50 minutes each.
  • Offered for all tracks: General, Academic, Business and Test Preparation.
  • Student visa required.



Students will critically read and analyze texts.

Students will be able to:

  • Pre-read and scan reading materials to develop a sense of a text’s scope and emerging
  • Determine the author's purpose, intended audience, tone and the text’s general context.
  • Summarize, paraphrase, synthesize ideas from what they have read.
  • Evaluate the evidence presented and state an opinion about what they have read.


Students will demonstrate basic competence in managing the writing process and producing effective written products including college essays and similar types of academic writing.

Students will be able to:

Demonstrate effective word choice, vocabulary, idioms, grammar and sentence structure
allowing accurate communication of meaning in written work.

  • Brainstorm, draft, and outline ideas for essays and other forms of academic writing.
  • Develop a thesis and supporting topics and organize evidence using basic rhetorical
  • Revise the organization of written work to increase unity, coherence and emphasis.
  • Integrate material from outside sources logically and gracefully with their own writing.


Students will develop effective speaking skills such that they can be understood for academic and social purposes including conversations, classroom discussions and oral presentations.

Students will be able to:

• Converse with general clarity using pronunciation, stress, and intonation patterns which
allow for overall intelligibility.
• Demonstrate effective word choice, vocabulary, idioms, grammar and sentence structure
allowing accurate communication of meaning in written work.
• Articulate in conversation and oral presentations clearly organized ideas and
supporting evidence in a vocabulary appropriate to the target audience.
• Recognize their own verbal mistakes and correct them.


Students will be able to listen to and understand the main ideas and significant relevant details in various listening contexts.

Students will be able to:

  • Understand and discuss ideas delivered in academic lectures and social conversations.
  • Develop and ask questions appropriate to a given listening context.
  • Understand and respond appropriately to the speech of multiple speakers.
  • Paraphrase the ideas of classroom lessons and turn them into coherent and well
    developed notes.
  • Understand and discuss ideas delivered through various media.

Typical Day

30 lessons


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