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WELCOME!

VETP is for MSU International Students and Scholars and their adult family members. 

Classes are conversation and discussion.  They are NOT formal English instruction.

Classes are "drop-in".  You do not need to register. Just come to a class when it is convenient for you!  Classes are held in Room 307 International Center

You may attend as many classes as you'd like, but please contact the tutor before attending to let them know you are coming.

Email VETP at vetp(at)msu.edu if you have questions.

 Class cancellations and notices will be posted on our Facebook page:   /vetpmsu

 


Monday                            

  •  1:00 - 2:30 PM 
  • Conversations about American culture and news, use of idioms and vocabulary
  • Dr. Winder  dwinder(at)valdosta.edu
  • Room 307 International Center

Tuesday

  • 10:00 - 11:30
  • Conversation, pronunciation, grammar - and whatever the class wants to talk about!  Come to participate, practice, and play some games too.  

  • Mr. Bob Tobey   rjtobey(at)juno.com

  • Room 307 International Center

 

 

  •  1:00 - 2:30 PM
  • Our most frequent activity is to read a current newspaper article, usually from the New York Times.  The article is used as a basis for discussion, vocabulary,  and pronunciation. I like for the participants to ask questions and talk about  experiences. Advance email notice is appreciated, but not  required. No class on the 4th Tuesday of the month

  • Ms. Foss   fossjk(at)gmail.com
  • Room 307 International Center

            NO CLASS ON   March 26

 

    

 


Wednesday 

 

  •  10:00 - 11:30  
  • Everyday life in America: "How do I order food when I go to a restaurant?"  "How do I ask and answer questions at the grocery store?" "I'm scared to go to the doctor - I don't know how to tell him what's wrong." In this class we will talk about what you need to know for situations like these, explain some common idioms and answer questions you may have
  • Schedule of topics:

     

    March

  • 20 - (Easy English) Life in the U.S. Who makes the laws? Levels of government

    27 - April Fools Day

     

    April

    3 - Heteronyms

    10 - The "L" sound

    17 - Easter

    24 - Summer vacation. Also, questions and answers. Thoughts about the class this semester.

                          What are your plans for the summer?

  • JoAnn and Larry Woods   woodslj(at)msu.edu
  • Karen Carpenter    carpenterant48(at)gmail.com
  • Room 307 International Center

 

         12:30 - 4:30    CLASSROOM RESERVED

 

  • 6:30 - 7:30
  • Discussion, vocabulary, pronunciation.  Email tutor to see if there is room in the class.
  • Ms. Sue Carpenter   susaelena(at)gmail.com
  • Room 307 International Center

 

 


Thursday

  •  10:00 - 11:30  AM
  •  Conversations about American culture and society, with attention to English pronunciation, idioms, and everyday speech.
  • Room 307 International Center
  • Dr. Steve Stowe   sstowe(at)indiana.edu

 

  • 1:00 -2:30 PM
  • Come practice your conversational English in a fun, relaxed environment. We focus on idiomatic expressions and American culture. The goal of this class is to increase language confidence through real life experiences.
  • Room 307 International Center
  • Mr. Tom Almer   tomalmer(at)msn.com

 

  •   3:30 - 6:30   CLASSROOM RESERVED

 


Friday

 

 LORIE WALTON'S CLASS  IS POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE!

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