A1 Courses

Level 1 (Starter)

This English course is for those with no background in English. Students will begin to learn English by speaking basic words and phrases which would range from introducing themselves to telling stories in everyday life by incorporating basic grammar content.

Level 2 (Beginner 1)

In this course, the students will begin to learn English from the basics. This course includes topics about their favorite activities and important events in life. The students will learn to talk about cooking, shopping, and many other topics.

Level 3 (Beginner 2)

The students will learn to talk about their problems personal life and/or future plans in English, even on the phone. The students will also learn to describe their skills and talents. They will learn to talk about generations or about the past. They will be able to engage in small talk about topics such as holidays and the weather.

Level 4 (Elementary 1)

The student can describe their friends’ characteristics and appearance in detail. They know how to express obligation and necessity. They know how to agree or disagree. They know how to easily describe their place of living or order their favorite meal in a restaurant. They can express requests and use simple future tense with no problems.

Level 5 (Elementary 2)

The student can suggest and express requests in English. They can share their experience with others. They can show their emotions, especially joy, admiration, disbelief, and astonishment. They know how to ask for information and give recommendations. They can describe their lifestyle, surrounding environment and their hobbies in an interesting way.

Level 6 (Pre-Intermediate 1)

They can describe feelings, emotions, attitudes, and memories from their childhood in English. They can talk about literature, theatre, traveling, or technical development. They can describe how machines work. It’s easy for them to express their feelings in English.

Level 7 (Pre-Intermediate 2)

The student can give their opinions on media and advertisements. They can express emotions and give advice. They can justify their complaint regarding services. They can discuss discoveries, research, and achievements from the past. They can describe people, places, and events in formal and informal conversations, they can express opinions on current events.

Level 8 (Intermediate 1)

The student can start and sustain a simple conversation. They can express opinions on different lifestyles and subcultures, cultural differences and discuss climate changes and natural phenomena. They can also discuss about future trends.

Level 9 (Intermediate 2)

The student can express opinions on films and television. They can describe illnesses and health problems. They can speak about topics connected to experiences in education and sports. Speaking about professional life, employment and the future will not be a problem for them.

Level 10 (Upper-intermediate 1)

The student can easily approach abstract topics, describe their feelings, emotions, hopes and plans. They can share their experiences in detail and share information precisely. Leading a conversation, developing thoughts, forming clear statements, expressing their opinion and discussion are a piece of cake for the student.

Level 11 (Upper-intermediate 2)

The student can express and fully justify their opinions. Topics connected with banking and finance are no problem for the students. They can express certainty, probability, and doubts. They know how to react, express interest, compassion, and surprise. They can use colloquial language. They can assess and review.

Level 12 (Advanced 1)

The student can precisely express attitudes, feelings, and points of view. They can review and express constructive criticism. They know how to defend their point of view, express different shades of reaction and stages of certainty. They can notice hidden meaning in texts or while in a conversation. They can speak their mind on topics connected with household chores.

Level 13(Advanced 2)

The student can express hypotheses on reasons and consequences of occurrences. They can form specific opinions on complex matters. They can use various register levels adjusted to the situation. They can speak their mind on the topic of scientific achievements.