Elevate your ability to speak in the “Xhosa” language to its very highest level by taking this IsiXhosa: Everyday Conversation Advanced course. This tutorial is designed to finish a complete learning curve in attaining the ability to speak this Bantu dialect and enable you to initiate and contribute to complex discussions and meetings.
The completion of this Advanced IsiXhosa tutorial will see you gain an acute understanding of the grammatical rules of communication in this language and be empowered to construct complex answers and questions in all tenses and tones. You will soon become fluent in expressing a wide range of quantities, using adjectives, incorporating participles, making passive statements, describing parts of the body, and participating in interviews.
This is an excellent way to complete a full masterclass in IsiXhosa speaking or add to existing knowledge of this important language with expert tuition and complete support.
The course is delivered through our online learning platform, accessible through any internet-connected device. There are no formal deadlines or teaching schedules, meaning you are free to study the course at your own pace.
You are taught through a combination of
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After successfully completing the course, learners will be able to order an endorsed certificate as proof of their new achievement. Endorsed certificates can be ordered and get delivered to your home by post for only £109. There is an additional £10 postage charge for international students.
CPD Certificate from One Education
After successfully completing the assessment of this course, you will qualify for the CPD Certificate from One Education as proof of your continued expert development. Certificate is available in PDF format, at the cost of £9, or a hard copy can be sent to you via post, at the cost of £15.
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In order to ensure the Quality Licensing scheme endorsed and CPD acknowledged certificate, learners need to score at least 60% pass marks on the assessment process. After submitting assignments, our expert tutors will evaluate the assignments and give feedback based on the performance. After passing the assessment, one can apply for a certificate.
It doesn’t matter if you are an aspiring professional or absolute beginner; this course will enhance your expertise and boost your CV with critical skills and an accredited certification attesting to your knowledge.
The IsiXhosa: Everyday Conversation Advanced is fully available to anyone, and no previous qualifications are needed to enrol. All One Education needs to know is that you are eager to learn and are over 16.
|Section 01: The First Pronoun|
|The First Pronoun||00:08:00|
|The functions of the First Pronoun||00:09:00|
|Section 02: Expressing Superlatives|
|How to express Superlatives in isiXhosa||00:11:00|
|Section 03: Expressing "This, That, Etc in Isixhosa|
|This, that pronoun||00:10:00|
|Section 04: Expressing Quantities in Isixhosa|
|Referring to nouns using words such as “all”, “every”, “the whole”, etc||00:09:00|
|Expressing quantities using numbers||00:07:00|
|Section 05: Putting Together "How to Describe" Using the Two Groups of Isixhosa Adjectives|
|Introducing the small group of adjectives||00:08:00|
|Analysing the small group||00:09:00|
|Introducing the large group of adjectives||00:12:00|
|Comparing the two groups of adjectives||00:07:00|
|The larger group – sub-group 2||00:09:00|
|The larger group – sub-group 3||00:07:00|
|The larger group – sub-group 4||00:06:00|
|Section 06: Questions and Answers Using "Which"|
|Section 07: Putting Together Actions "That Take Place"|
|Verbal Relative 1||00:05:00|
|Verbal Relative 2||00:08:00|
|Verbal Relative 3||00:06:00|
|Verbal Relative 4||00:06:00|
|Verbal Relative 5||00:07:00|
|Verbal Relative 6||00:05:00|
|Section 08: Verbs Ending In "-Ing" (Also Known As the Participle)|
|Section 09: What People "Were Doing" (Also Known As the Past Participle)|
|Past continuous 1||00:05:00|
|Past continuous 2||00:06:00|
|Section 10: Changing the Verb Meaning Using Suffixes|
|Reciprocity (each other)||00:02:00|
|For, on behalf of||00:02:00|
|The Applicative – Doing for||00:06:00|
|Causing an action to happen||00:12:00|
|Section 11: The Passive|
|The verb categories||00:04:00|
|The Sound changes||00:05:00|
|The agent noun||00:03:00|
|Application – Rewriting in the Passive||00:05:00|
|Section 12: Infixes|
|Using infixes to modify the verb||00:04:00|
|Section 13: The Indirect Relative|
|The Indirect Relative – 1||00:05:00|
|The Indirect Relative – 2||00:04:00|
|Section 14: Interview|
|Section 15: The Body|
|The Human Body – 1||00:05:00|
|The parts of the body – 2||00:03:00|
|The parts of the body – 3||00:04:00|
|The parts of the body – 4||00:04:00|
|Assignment – IsiXhosa: Everyday Conversation Advanced||2 weeks, 1 day|
|Order Your Certificate|
|Order Your Certificate QLS||00:00:00|