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For the record, the word that Obama used wasn't bemused but bemusement. Here is the transcript of his relevant remark from April 27, 2011: THE PRESIDENT: As many of you have been briefed, we provided additional information today about the site of my birth. Now, this issue has been going on for two, two and a half years now. I think it started during ...
The most unambiguous wording for your intended meaning (thanks for clarifying, BTW) is "Classes in spoken English". Any other variant can be interpreted in more than one way.
You are correct with English Speaking Classes (this has the same meaning as Spoken English Classes). English is an adjective that describes the type of speaking, and speaking is an adjective that describes the type of classes. For the words English spoken to make any sense at all, you'd have to insert a colon (or possibly something similar) in the middle ...
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