Uganda as a multilingual country has over forty local languages. English being the official language, bridges the gap between all the local languages in Uganda. At IMLS English is taught to children and adults who did not earlier get a chance to attain formal education.
We focus a beginner English student on learning essential vocabulary such as family names, household objects, basic adjectives, and place names. Beginners are also becoming familiar with subject pronouns, frequently used verbs, and modal expressions. They may study some grammar and syntax, but these lessons will mostly focus on basic concepts, such as asking questions or constructing simple sentences.
From experience, we have noticed that most of our English students are not total beginners, as they have had some exposure to English, whether through movies and music or basic school lessons during younger years.
English lessons are conducted on Tuesday and Thursday at 04:00p.m.