Here is an outline of what is typically covered at each level.

All our courses include Skills work (Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing) and a lot of English for real life situations.
Please note that different students improve at slightly different rates. These are just loose guidelines.

3 hours a day = 15 hours per week = AClass General English Course 20 lessons. 1 lesson = 45 minutes long
• • • • • • ( – A1) Absolute Beginner to Elementary takes approximately 100 hours of instruction (A1-A2) Elementary to Pre- Intermediate takes approximately 180 hours of instruction (A2- B1) Pre- Intermediate to Intermediate takes approximately 350 hours of instruction (B1-B2) Intermediate to Upper Intermediate takes approximately 500 hours of instruction (B2-C1) Upper intermediate to Advanced takes approximately 700 hours of instruction (C1- C2) Advanced to Proficiency takes approximately 1,000 hours of instruction

The Common European Framework divides learners into three broad divisions which can be divided into six levels: A Basic User – This is equivalent to AClass’ Elementary to Pre-Intermediate level. A1 Breakthrough A2 Waystage B Independent User- This is equivalent to AClass’ Intermediate to Upper Intermediate level. B1 Threshold B2 Vantage C Proficient User – This is equivalent to AClass’s Advanced to Proficiency level. C1 Effective Operational Proficiency C2 Mastery

Levels A1= Elementary, A2 = Pre-Intermediate, B1= Intermediate, B2= UpperIntermediate, C1 =Advanced and C2 =Proficiency level

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The CEFR describes what a learner is supposed to be able to do in reading, listening, speaking and writing at each level. The following is copied from: http://www.coe.int/t/dg4/linguistic/CADRE_EN.asp to help give a clear indication of what students ‘can do’ at each level.

level Description Can understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases aimed at the satisfaction of needs of a concrete type. Can introduce him/herself and others and A1 can ask and answer questions about personal details such as where he/she lives, people he/she knows and things he/she has. Can interact in a simple way provided the other person talks slowly and clearly and is prepared to help. Can understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to areas of most immediate relevance (e.g. very basic personal and family information, shopping, local geography, employment). Can communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring a A2 simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and routine matters. Can describe in simple terms aspects of his/her background, immediate environment and matters in areas of immediate need. Can understand the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc. Can deal with most situations likely to arise whilst travelling in an area where the language is spoken. Can produce simple connected B1 text on topics which are familiar or of personal interest. Can describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes & ambitions and briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans. Can understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics, including technical discussions in his/her field of specialisation. Can interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with native speakers B2 quite possible without strain for either party. Can produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects and explain a viewpoint on a topical issue giving the advantages and disadvantages of various options. Can understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts, and recognise implicit meaning. Can express him/herself fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions. Can use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and C1 professional purposes. Can produce clear, well-structured, detailed text on complex subjects, showing controlled use of organisational patterns, connectors and cohesive devices. Can understand with ease virtually everything heard or read. Can summarise information from different spoken and written sources, reconstructing arguments and accounts in a C2 coherent presentation. Can express him/herself spontaneously, very fluently and precisely, differentiating finer shades of meaning even in more complex situations.

Levels A1= Elementary, A2 = Pre-Intermediate, B1= Intermediate, B2= UpperIntermediate, C1 =Advanced and C2 =Proficiency level

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General English

A1 Elementary General English – covering 20 lessons per week a typical class would cover: • From Week 1 up to Week 3

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meeting people talk about your country with the verb to be ask questions with the verb to be talk about the people in your family ask and tell the time describe everyday activities with the present simple ask questions with do talk about things in your house with some, any and a say where things are with in, on, under, next to, between... describe jobs with the present simple ask questions with does use always, sometimes, usually, hardly ever and never pronounce new sounds talk about ability with can ask for directions give directions with in front of, across from, on, next to and between use the, a and an talk about foods you like and dislike use countable and uncountable nouns use some, any, much, and many talk about things in the kitchen talk about sports and free time activities talk about "now" with present continuous describe people talk about health hear and pronounce weak vowel sounds and some consonant sounds improve intonation

Levels A1= Elementary, A2 = Pre-Intermediate, B1= Intermediate, B2= UpperIntermediate, C1 =Advanced and C2 =Proficiency level

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A1 Elementary General English - covering 20 lessons per week a typical class would cover: From week 3 up to week 5 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • use was and were use the past simple ask questions with did talk about clothes use 's use his, her, their, our... buy clothes in a shop talk about time with at, in and on talk about food order food in a restaurant describe places with -er and more describe places with -est and most learn to pronounce 'ed' endings learn word stress in numbers and verb talk about future arrangements with present continuous invite people to do things talk about future plans with going to talk about possible future with might make questions in present, past and future offer to help people with will give directions with out of, down, into, up, along, through and past use have to, don't have to, can and can't talk about past experiences with present perfect ask for things in a hotel sound polite using intonation sound more natural using connected speech pronounce weak sounds

Levels A1= Elementary, A2 = Pre-Intermediate, B1= Intermediate, B2= UpperIntermediate, C1 =Advanced and C2 =Proficiency level

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A2 Pre-Intermediate: covering 20 lessons per week a typical class would cover: From week 1 up to week 3 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • talk about extended family with present simple talk about people at work and friends with the present simple and continuous use go and play to talk about sports discuss free time activities with read, do, listen, go, play and watch order food and take orders talk about the past with past simple ask questions with the past simple use countable and uncountable nouns talk about food with some, any, much, many, a lot of, a little and a few talk about the past with used to describe past actions with past continuous use correct intonation with questions to pronounce weak vowel sounds talk about future intentions with will and going to speak on the telephone describe people with what's...like / what does...look like talk about body parts compare things with comparatives -er, more and much describe cities with superlatives -est and most describe likes and dislikes with can't stand, hate, adore… talk about sizes with too and not enough use present continuous to talk about future arrangements make suggestions with let's, shall, what about, and how about contract sounds to sound more natural improve intonation when complaining improve pronunciation of vowel sounds

Levels A1= Elementary, A2 = Pre-Intermediate, B1= Intermediate, B2= UpperIntermediate, C1 =Advanced and C2 =Proficiency level

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A2 Pre-Intermediate: covering 20 lessons per week a typical class would cover: From week 3 up to week 5

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talk about life experiences with present perfect and past simple use English at the airport discuss news with the present perfect start a conversation with a new person use new words to talk about business around the world describe some things different countries sell with passives talk about your education with -ing and to ask for and give advice with should and shouldn't learn exercise vocabulary use modals of obligation and permission in the present have to, don't have to, must, mustn't, can and can't use modals of obligation and permission in the past had to, didn't have to, could and couldn't improve intonation to show interest improve sounds and stress patterns with 'tion' word talk about future predictions with will and going to learn about extreme adjectives use a, an, the and zero article talk about relationships with present perfect, since and for talk about actions with present perfect simple and continuous interview for a job talk about future possibilities with first conditional, if and when ask for things politely talk about unreal or impossible situations with the second conditional use narrative tenses past simple and past perfect to tell stories in the past talk about past events report things people say improve intonation in conditional sentences improve pronunciation of sounds talk about permanent and temporary situations using present simple and continuous use present continuous talk about future arrangements

Levels A1= Elementary, A2 = Pre-Intermediate, B1= Intermediate, B2= UpperIntermediate, C1 =Advanced and C2 =Proficiency level

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B1 Intermediate: covering 20 lessons per week a typical class would cover: From week 1 to week 3 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • use new vocabulary to talk about government policies review past simple and continuous learn to describe people and things using ing/ed adjectives learn to use articles a, an, and the review this, that, these, those learn about negative comparatives using isn't as...as talk about big and small differences using just a bit, slightly, much, and a lot ask for, give, and receive directions politely talk about your life using used to, still and not anymore talk about quantity using a few, a lot of, much, many, a little, a bit of pronounce difficult vowel and consonant sounds stress words correctly use intonation to sound polite talk about your experiences using past simple and present perfect use some new education vocabulary talk about work using the present perfect continuous talk about education and work using for, since and ago describe experiences using when, as soon as, while, just as and until describe the background to a scene or story using past continuous talk about sequential events using past simple use was / were going to to talk about something you intended to do, but didn't talk about instant decisions using will talk about future plans using going to learn about negative prefixes describe people and places using some new adjectives learn about word families pronounce difficult consonant and vowel sounds

Levels A1= Elementary, A2 = Pre-Intermediate, B1= Intermediate, B2= UpperIntermediate, C1 =Advanced and C2 =Proficiency level

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B1 Intermediate General English : covering 20 lessons per week a typical class would cover: From week 3 + • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • use passives in questions, positive and negative statements talk about winter sports and competitions make predictions using will, going to and might talk about certainty how sure you are using will and the adverbs definitely, probably and almost certainly talk about customs and culture using must, have to, mustn't and don't have to use didn't have to and had to to talk about obligation in the past speak about your obligations in the present and past learn water vocabulary about bodies of water and kinds of water give your teacher advice with should, shouldn't, ought to, I think, I don't think learn TV and film vocabulary review question form learn about subject questions pronounce common vowel sounds and 'ed' endings stress words correctly use correct intonation for questions use the prefix -im use public transport vocabulary learn to be polite when using public transport learn to speak with a bus driver use banking and money vocabulary use 1st and 2nd conditionals ask questions using 1st and 2nd conditionals report what people say using reported speech use say and tell make and ask reported questions talk about types of movies and describe them use the past perfect to describe movies and tell stories use narrative tenses with the past simple, past continuous and past perfect tell stories using when, while and during ask your teacher questions using verbs with to and -ing use verbs that take both to and -ing with a change in meaning use new phrases with the word drive pronounce difficult consonant sounds use new adjectives to describe food give formal and informal opinions express agreement and disagreement practice agreeing or disagreeing use new vocabulary to describe stages of life

Levels A1= Elementary, A2 = Pre-Intermediate, B1= Intermediate, B2= UpperIntermediate, C1 =Advanced and C2 =Proficiency level

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B1 Intermediate General English continued:

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use the future continuous use new vocabulary to talk about crime and criminals use modals of speculation - may, might, could, must - to make guesses about present and past situations express regret with should have talk about childhood with common phrasal verbs use the suffixes -hood, -ish, and -less to make nouns and adjectives describe mishaps using common verbs and nouns that go together use the 3rd conditional to talk about imaginary past situations describe people's personalities using some new adjectives talk about past wishes using I wish + past perfect review relative pronouns - that, which, who, when, where, those make sentences with defining relative clauses using that, which, who, when, where, whose talk about inventions add extra information to sentences use non-defining relative clauses use cleft sentences to make what you say stronger to emphasize what you say describe geographical features contract speech to sound natural stress words in sentences use future perfect to describe actions that will already be completed by a specific time in the future describe people with the suffixes -er, -or and -ist use question tags to confirm information or ask questions recognize verbs and nouns that go together use words for music make suggestions use new vocabulary to rent a house or apartment use verb patterns with the prepositions for and about learn new words to talk about services and tradespeople use have something done to arrange for someone else to do something for us talk about customer service make polite requests stress words correctly use intonation to correctly pronounce difficult sounds use new adjectives to describe food give formal and informal opinions express agreement and disagreement practice agreeing or disagreeing

Levels A1= Elementary, A2 = Pre-Intermediate, B1= Intermediate, B2= UpperIntermediate, C1 =Advanced and C2 =Proficiency level

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B1 Intermediate General English continued: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

use new vocabulary to describe stages of life use the future continuous use new vocabulary to talk about crime and criminals use modals of speculation - may, might, could, must - to make guesses about present and past situations express regret with should have talk about childhood with common phrasal verbs use the suffixes -hood, -ish, and -less to make nouns and adjectives describe mishaps using common verbs and nouns that go together use the 3rd conditional to talk about imaginary past situations describe people's personalities using some new adjectives talk about past wishes using I wish + past perfect review relative pronouns - that, which, who, when, where, those make sentences with defining relative clauses using that, which, who, when, where, whose talk about inventions add extra information to sentences use non-defining relative clauses use cleft sentences to make what you say stronger to emphasize what you say describe geographical features contract speech to sound natural stress words in sentences use future perfect to describe actions that will already be completed by a specific time in the future describe people with the suffixes -er, -or and -ist use question tags to confirm information or ask questions recognize verbs and nouns that go together use words for music make suggestions use new vocabulary to rent a house or apartment use verb patterns with the prepositions for and about learn new words to talk about services and tradespeople use have something done to arrange for someone else to do something for us talk about customer service make polite requests stress words correctly use intonation to correctly pronounce difficult sounds use new adjectives to describe food give formal and informal opinions express agreement and disagreement practice agreeing or disagreeing use new vocabulary to describe stages of life use the future continuous use new vocabulary to talk about crime and criminals

Levels A1= Elementary, A2 = Pre-Intermediate, B1= Intermediate, B2= UpperIntermediate, C1 =Advanced and C2 =Proficiency level

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B1 Intermediate General English continued: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • use modals of speculation - may, might, could, must - to make guesses about present and past situations express regret with should have talk about childhood with common phrasal verbs use the suffixes -hood, -ish, and -less to make nouns and adjectives describe mishaps using common verbs and nouns that go together use the 3rd conditional to talk about imaginary past situations describe people's personalities using some new adjectives talk about past wishes using I wish + past perfect review relative pronouns - that, which, who, when, where, those make sentences with defining relative clauses using that, which, who, when, where, whose talk about inventions add extra information to sentences use non-defining relative clauses use cleft sentences to make what you say stronger to emphasize what you say describe geographical features contract speech to sound natural stress words in sentences use future perfect to describe actions that will already be completed by a specific time in the future describe people with the suffixes -er, -or and -ist use question tags to confirm information or ask questions recognize verbs and nouns that go together use words for music make suggestions use new vocabulary to rent a house or apartment use verb patterns with the prepositions for and about learn new words to talk about services and tradespeople use have something done to arrange for someone else to do something for us talk about customer service make polite requests stress words correctly use intonation to correctly pronounce difficult sounds

Levels A1= Elementary, A2 = Pre-Intermediate, B1= Intermediate, B2= UpperIntermediate, C1 =Advanced and C2 =Proficiency level

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B2 Upper-Intermediate General English Depending on the level and the needs of the class the following areas will probably be covered: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • use common slang and phrasal verbs talk about activities, results, and the duration of actions using the present perfect simple and continuous express needs, reasons and results use 'do' and 'make' make comparisons using 'as' and 'the' emphasize what you say with 'so' and 'such' talk about quantities and amounts use 'enough' and 'too' correctly express obligation and necessity agree and disagree politely contrast ideas with linking words talk about the future using all the future tenses and 'about to' listen to telephone conversations and take messages use polite telephone language and intonation use suffixes to change verbs and adjectives into nouns pronounce weak forms ask for, give and refuse permission formally and informally use linking phrases to talk about reasons and purpose start, maintain and end conversations correctly use adjectives that take '-ed' and '-ing' endings review and ask subject / object questions use common idioms, slang and phrasal verbs ask questions using question tags with correct intonation review the uses of present simple and continuous use the present continuous to complain describe habits using 'tend to', 'keep', 'will' and 'always + present continuous' talk about thoughts, opinions, emotions, senses and possessions using state verbs use the past perfect continuous to emphasize duration and describe repeated past actions with past results use the sequencers 'first', 'next', 'then', 'after that', and 'finally' to describe steps use defining and non-defining relative clauses correctly describe past habits using 'used to' and 'would always' talk about changing situations using 'get / be used to' talk about environmental issues use linking words to discuss cause and effect talk about activities and abstract ideas using gerunds use common adjectives / verbs and prepositions that go together describe personality characteristics using new adjectives use suffixes to make nouns and adjectives explain why you do things using infinitives of purpose use common adjectives and nouns with infinitives

Levels A1= Elementary, A2 = Pre-Intermediate, B1= Intermediate, B2= UpperIntermediate, C1 =Advanced and C2 =Proficiency level

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B2 Upper Intermediate General English continued:

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use verb patterns with 'to' and '-ing' emphasize what you say using 'absolutely', 'completely', 'so' and 'really' describe things using extreme adjectives use zero, first, second and third conditionals avoid saying the source of information using the passive + an infinitive use common phrasal verbs and phrases with the word 'get' use common slang say you're unhappy about a present or past situation using 'I wish' and 'if only' express annoyance or complain using 'wish + would' apologize and accept apologies use the words 'apologize', 'sorry' and 'forgive' add information using linking words use pronouns correctly use common phrases with the word 'time' talk about imaginary results in the present using mixed conditionals report statements and questions using reported speech summarize what someone has said using reporting verbs use prefixes to change the meaning of words describe abilities in the past, present and future using 'can', 'could', and 'able to' talk about successes using 'succeed' and 'manage' ask for, give, accept and reject advice use polite intonation to accept and reject advice use common phrases with the word 'take' describe how people look describe what you feel, hear, taste and smell make guesses about the present and past using modals of speculation use some new phrasal verbs talk about world affairs ask for and give your opinion use 'a', 'an', 'the' and zero article pronounce 'the' correctly

Levels A1= Elementary, A2 = Pre-Intermediate, B1= Intermediate, B2= UpperIntermediate, C1 =Advanced and C2 =Proficiency level

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English For Specific Purposes
Business English Weeks 1-2 will help you: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • introduce yourself and others at work say goodbye to colleagues talk about different business departments describe your job and responsibilities using the present simple read and understand job advertisements describe your skills using action verbs in the past simple write a resume leave and take messages politely use telephoning vocabulary ask for repetition, clarification and spelling on the telephone learn some common job interview vocabulary, questions and answers interview for a job say and write numbers and prices show understanding towards your customers and suppliers on the phone ask for payment practice common consonant sounds use stress words correctly use intonation to sound friendly

Business English Weeks 3-4 will help you : • • • • • • • • • use new vocabulary to make and change business appointments ask for, accept and reject meeting times make formal and informal suggestions to co-workers and bosses use tourism and hospitality vocabulary use travel vocabulary from the US and UK ask questions at the station, hotel and airport compare products and services using comparatives and superlatives talk about big and small differences use new vocabulary when talking to people in HR

Levels A1= Elementary, A2 = Pre-Intermediate, B1= Intermediate, B2= UpperIntermediate, C1 =Advanced and C2 =Proficiency level

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tal k abo ut your future career using 'will' and 'going to' describe salespeople and their techniques talk about marketing identify a businesses strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats write a business report use intonation with questions and to sound polite stress words in sentences pronounce consonant sounds presentation skills giving a short presentation

Business English 2 Weeks 1-2 will help you: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • use new vocabulary to discuss international trade talk about changing and continuing situations using 'still', 'yet', 'already', 'any more' and 'no longer' connect people and deal with common problems on the telephone use new vocabulary to help you make long distance/ conference calls describe successful teams use phrasal verbs to talk about and to teammates offer, refuse and accept help from your colleagues use new vocabulary to talk about modern management get people to do things by building rapport and making polite requests agree and disagree politely negotiate deals using 1st and 2nd conditionals learn security vocabulary review passives learn vocabulary for placing and filling orders writing an email stress phrasal verbs use linking sounds stress words in sentences small talk different cultures and their different business models idioms related to business & economics

Levels A1= Elementary, A2 = Pre-Intermediate, B1= Intermediate, B2= UpperIntermediate, C1 =Advanced and C2 =Proficiency level

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Business English 2 Weeks 3-4 will help you : • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • describe parts of your computer use printer vocabulary write a letter of complaint use visual aids in presentations use language for giving presentations describe up, down and sideways trends talk about changes using 'slightly' and 'dramatically' complain about typical business problems threaten to take your business elsewhere negotiating deal with complaints write a letter of apology linking words and phrases giving a short presentation discuss problems at business meetings learn business meeting vocabulary lead a business meeting participate in a business meeting abbreviate common business words listen and write action minutes stress words in sentences correctly practice vowel sounds stress words correctly

Levels A1= Elementary, A2 = Pre-Intermediate, B1= Intermediate, B2= UpperIntermediate, C1 =Advanced and C2 =Proficiency level

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B1 + Medical English - can include any of the following areas: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • How to build medical words Symptom description Physical Examination (theory and practice) Telephone skills Review of anatomical structures Describing the patient Hospital admissions Giving advice to patients using proper modal construction Human body Common/medical diseases (common and medical descriptions) Patient condition (with phrasal verbs) A look at problem oriented care plans Understanding the patient Terminology History taking (with interrogative construction) History and note taking Giving instructions (with use of proper imperatives) Musculo-skeletal system review Female Reproductive System Male Reproductive system The Urinary System Musculo-skeletal examination Case studies Letter writing and communication Diagnostic tools and investigations Terminology Types of drugs and medicines Types of illnesses Using medical documents Confusing words Drug application Case studies Nutrition and health Communication skills Drug culture Culture and medicine Giving examination results to patients Effects of drugs (contextual vocabulary) The Blood system

Levels A1= Elementary, A2 = Pre-Intermediate, B1= Intermediate, B2= UpperIntermediate, C1 =Advanced and C2 =Proficiency level

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Medical English continued:

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The Digestive System Reading comprehension (analyzing medical content) Agreeing/disagreeing (in a sensitive but firm manner) Emergency care and First aid Reading and understanding case histories Surgery- preparation ER assessment Geriatric care Surgery equipment/tools Dental examination People and places in the hospital Chronic conditions Pre Op/Post Op Dental tools and equipment Respiratory System The Lymphatic System Ear and Eye The Skin Psychiatric care Oncology Psychiatric conditions and symptoms Alternative health care Using prepositions in describing patients’ conditions Pain management Community health care Palliative health care Medical Terminology Role Playing Emergency vocabulary Interview techniques and dialogues in an English-speaking culture Talking to patients in terms they can understand Inferring meaning of unfamiliar words from context Medical communication with other professionals

Levels A1= Elementary, A2 = Pre-Intermediate, B1= Intermediate, B2= UpperIntermediate, C1 =Advanced and C2 =Proficiency level

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Aviation English: (usually 4 weeks long but can be taken for 1-8 weeks) : • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Basics of radio communication Introduction to non-routine situations ICAO Alphabet and numbers Asking for repetition Questions and short answers Talking about imaginary situations Pre Flight Checks. Delays and Problems. Local Conditions. Asking for more time. Giving reasons Expressing intentions. Saying there’s a problem Airport markings and airside vehicles. Taxiing and holding. Weather problems. Permission, obligation, prohibition. Explaining problems. Saying a problem has been solved Take-Off Encountering Traffic Warning about hazards Checking and asking for an alternative Using prepositions of position Saying how much Warnings and requests Time expressions Operational Situations. Unusual Events. Medical Situations. Comparing things Talking about probability Descent Approach and landing problems. Talking about time Explaining changes in plans Talking about cause and effect

Levels A1= Elementary, A2 = Pre-Intermediate, B1= Intermediate, B2= UpperIntermediate, C1 =Advanced and C2 =Proficiency level

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Aviation English continued:

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Requests Landing Incidents Runway Conditions Landing Hazards Reported Speech Making suggestions Offering help Giving advice and opinions Taxiing Getting to the gate Clear communication Explaining what happened Saying what will happen

Levels A1= Elementary, A2 = Pre-Intermediate, B1= Intermediate, B2= UpperIntermediate, C1 =Advanced and C2 =Proficiency level

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Levels A1= Elementary, A2 = Pre-Intermediate, B1= Intermediate, B2= UpperIntermediate, C1 =Advanced and C2 =Proficiency level

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