Beginner English Classes
English At Large free Beginner English classes are for learners who speak little or no English.
Classes focus on basic English survival skills: greetings, introductions, vocabulary for people, activities, and places in the community, asking and answering questions, numbers, time and money.
Classes follow a traditional academic year schedule (September to May) and are hosted on campus at Tufts University in Medford.
Please note: The Beginner English Class is currently full, with a long waitlist. For this reason, no additional registrations will be accepted.
Beginner English Learners are also encouraged to apply for the One-to-One Tutoring Program. There is currently a 12-month wait to enroll in the program.
Register for the Tutoring Waitlist here:Register for Tutoring Waitlist
Questions? Please call the English At Large office at 781-395-2374
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