Online course introductions-CEFR

Learn how to introduce yourself on an online course.

Are you a beginner (CEFR level A1) English learner? This section provides writing practice to assist you in writing short, simple texts about well-known topics and filling out forms. Messages, emails, and forms are examples of texts. 

How to write?

1. Keep your introduction brief and to the point. 

2. Introduce yourself and give some background information. Don't say anything too personal or private. 

3. Describe what you hope to gain or learn. 

4. Good luck to everyone. 

5. You are not required to write complete sentences. 

6. You may use more exclamation marks (!) than in formal writing to make it appear more friendly.


New messages 

Israa Al Ahmadi on September 10, 00:04 

Hello everyone! I'm originally from Qatar. It's a pleasure to meet you. This is my first experience studying online. I'm looking forward to learning a lot from the course and from all of you! 

9 September 2015, 15:04 - Jonathan Davies 

Everyone is invited. I am Canadian but currently reside in Scotland. I haven't studied anything in forty years... I'm a little worried! Everyone, good luck! 

9 September, 11:21 a.m. 

Hello. I'm overjoyed to be taking this course. I've completed two other online courses this year and am excited to begin my third. By the way, I'm from Vietnam. I can't wait to meet you all! 

9 September, 10:43 a.m. - Carlos Garcia Gonzales 

Hi! I appear to be the first one here, so... hi


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