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English Conversation

What is it about?

Every level follows one simple concept… To teach you the most important skills that make a leading difference with your speaking and listening abilities. The lesson may include activities which will be assigned to you, in order to spend most of the time spent in class speaking. By studying a naturally spoken conversation, through our proven method, you can improve your listening and speaking abilities.

Who is it for?

Level 1 – Starter – 12 lessons

This level is for speakers of little or no English.

Reading and Writing – You should be able to read and/or write at a basic level.

Speaking – you find it difficult to use sentences in speaking

Listening – You may be able to understand words when spoken, but comprehending the meaning or understanding sentences is difficult.

Level 2 – Novice – 14 lessons

This level is for speakers who have the basic understanding of English.

Reading and writing – You should be able to read and/or write at a basic level.

Speaking – you can make greetings, give directions and order food or go shopping, and generally talk about everyday occurrences like the weather.

Listening – You can understand some words when spoken, and are able to understand basic English sentence if spoken clearly and slowly.

Level 3 – Advanced Beginner – 20 lessons

This level is for speakers who have a lower intermediate understanding of English.

Reading and writing – You should be able to read and/or write English, be able to understand basic everyday text, and follow instructions.

Speaking – you should be able to have basic conversations about everyday topics. You may mispronounce words, or not be able to remember word order or sentence structures.

Listening – You should be able to understand basic everyday sentence, particularly with non-native speakers, who have the same tones and intonations as yourself. You may have difficulties with different accents.

Level 4 – Pre Proficient – 20 lessons

This level is for speakers who have an intermediate understanding of English.

Reading and writing – You should be able to read and/or write English, be able to understand everyday text, and follow instructions.

Speaking – you should be able to have a conversation about everyday topics. You may mispronounce words, but are able to self-correct. In most cases, word order or sentence structures should be developed rather than perfect.

Listening – You should be able to understand basic everyday sentence, particularly with non-native speakers. You may have difficulties with different accents.

Level 5 – Proficient – 20 lessons

This level is for speakers who have an intermediate understanding of English.

Reading and writing – You are able to read and/or write English, be able to understand everyday text, and follow instructions.

Speaking – you should be able to discuss everyday topics. You can pronounce with confidence words which are familiar. In most cases word order or sentence structures should be developed and used proficiently.

Listening – You should be able to understand with confidence everyday sentences, listen to music lyrics and understand movies with subtitles. You may have difficulties with, or not recognise, different accents.

Level 6 – Competent – 20 lessons

This level is for speakers who have advanced English, but would not be recognised as a native, or near-native speaker

Reading and writing – You are able to read and/or write English, be able to understand long text including academic subjects. You have a good understanding of grammar structures and use.

Speaking – you should be able to discuss topics which may not be familiar using transferable language. You can pronounce with confidence words and guess the pronunciation of words you are not familiar with. Word order and sentence structures should be developed and used proficiently.

Listening – You should be able to understand with confidence everyday conversations, listen to music lyrics and understand movies. You may be able to understand and recognise different accents.

Level 7 – Advanced – 20 lessons

This level is for speakers who have advanced English, but would not be recognised as a native, or near-native speaker

Reading and writing – You are able to read and/or write English, be able to understand long text including academic subjects. You have a good understanding of grammar structures and use.

Speaking – you should be able to discuss topics which may not be familiar using transferable language. You can pronounce with confidence words and guess the pronunciation of words you are not familiar with. Word order and sentence structures should be developed and used proficiently.

Listening – You should be able to understand with confidence everyday conversations, listen to music lyrics and understand movies. You may be able to understand and recognise different accents.

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