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These Happy Days are yours and mine Happy Days. It’s a beautiful day in this neighborhood a beautiful day for a neighbor. Would you be mine?

It’s a neighborly day in this beautywood a neighborly day for a beauty. Would you be mine? Could you be mine. Now the world don’t move to the beat of just one drum.

I have never been to a place so serene in my entire life before. Swimming in clear waters opened my mind to nature and reminded me of my and eveybody everybody else’s mortality.

What might be right for you may not be right for some. And we know Flipper lives in a world full of wonder flying there-under under the sea.

Fish don’t fry in the kitchen and beans don’t burn on the grill. Took a whole lotta tryin’ just to get up that hill. Baby if you’ve ever wondered – wondered whatever became of me.

Serenity Beach

Happy Days

Beautywood

Heaven of time

Speed Racer

Forever this

Lovely Green

Wonderful

Love Addict

Friendship

White Nights

Serendipity

Pure Soul

Winds of Peace

Shades of blue

Lightness

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BASIC I (Beginning English, level 1)

Basic I students learn greeting and introductory skills, how to talk about their daily routines and about things happening in the moment or in the future.  They learn to make and answer commands and polite requests. Other lessons include how to pronounce and write the English alphabet, the cardinal and ordinal numbers, the days of the week, months of the year, and the date.

Vocabulary lessons include a broad spectrum of words to everything from emotional states and physical characteristics of people to the weather, places in town, and job descriptions.

Life skill lessons include how to answer the phone, spell first and last names, ask for and fill out applications, tell the time, pronounce common street names, say and write phone numbers, and how to give and receive oral and written directions and instructions using short phrases.

Students practice listening, reading, writing, and speaking skills from the first class onward.

BASIC II (Beginning English, level 2)

In Basic II, students are introduced to additional basic grammar and vocabulary dealing with everyday situations.  They learn how to initiate and carry on simple conversations during in-class practice.   We discuss relevant news stories and events using the present, past, and progressive tenses together. Students are encouraged to speak clearly and concisely. Additionally, lesson plans include reading, spelling, printing practice, and writing workshops so that students receive a well-rounded education and are confident communicating in English.

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INTERMEDIATE I

At this level, the student receives an in-depth lesson on the different ways to express the future tense, as well as how to use English modal verbs like “could”, “should”, and “would”, in everyday speech.  Students continue to practice conversation, listening and understanding, reading, and writing skills.  Question and answer formation, as well as other grammatical points are part of the overall lesson plan.  At this level, the student is able to carry on an intelligible conversation and readily understand simple stories, news articles and dialogue in English.

INTERMEDIATE II

Students at this more advanced level review and apply the grammar lessons and vocabulary learned at the lower levels to a concentrated and in-depth writing, reading, and conversational program.  We evaluate the individual progress of each student on an on-going basis and, if necessary, supplement each student’s lesson plan with additional worksheets and computer practice to reinforce areas of study in which the student demonstrates a continued lack of understanding.  Students may repeat Intermediate II as many times as necessary to achieve their desired level of fluency.

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Classes to Pass the Utah Driver's Exam

Take an intensive, private course at The Language Zone to learn about Utah traffic laws and road signs.  We teach you in English and Spanish to ensure that you understand everything before you take the written exam.  You will also take several practice exams to prepare for the real test.  We review any mistakes and the study manual with you until you pass the test and receive your permit.  We teach at your pace, so the number of classes you need depends on how fast you can learn the material.   Normally, students need about three 2.5-hour study sessions, followed by two one-hour sessions to review their completed practice tests.  Private classes are $20 per hour.  You must know some English to take this course, or you will need to take Basic I and Basic II prior to starting.

Classes of two or more students are $12 per hour, per student. Call to sign up for a group class.

Classes to Pass the U.S. Citizenship Exam

Take an intensive, private course at The Language Zone to prepare for the U.S. Naturalization Test.  Practice general conversation skills, how to respond to general commands and requests, spelling practice, reading practice, as well as lessons that will prepare you to correctly respond to questions about U.S. government and history.  You could be our next U.S. citizen!  We teach at your pace, so the number of classes you need depends on how fast you can learn the material.   Private classes are $20 per hour.

The U.S. Naturalization Test requires that you be able to pass an oral interview to determine whether you can speak basic English, a reading test to determine whether you can read basic English, and a writing test to determine if you can write sufficient English to be understood by an U.S. immigration officer.  In addition, you must correctly answer six of 10 questions about U.S. government and history from a pool of 100 possible questions.  Therefore, you must know some English in order to take this course, or you will need to take Basic I and Basic II prior to starting.

Classes of two or more students are $12 per hour, per student. Call to sign up for a group class.

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