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A2 Level – Pre-Intermediate L3

Get a start in English by speaking without fear


You will focus on achieving the ability to read, write, listen, and understand with some fluency!

You will use the vocabulary, expressions, modal verbs, phrasal verbs, action verbs, collocation of verbs and narrative tenses.

You will interact at a basic level with some confidence speaking and a good understanding of the main points.



Having a basic conversation.

You will be able to:

  • Deal with most situations when travelling anywhere in an English-speaking area.
  • Talk about anything from family to various experiences and events, dreams, hopes and ambitions.
  • Give reasons and explanations.

Narrate a story from a book or film and describe your reactions.



Understanding speech, expressions, puns, euphemisms, connotations, pronunciations, accents, sentences vocabulary.

You will be able to:

  • Understand the main points of clear speech, such as a radio interview, a lecture at school or a conversation.
  • Understand the main point on many radio or TV programs on current affairs or familiar topics when the speaker speaks slowly and clearly.



Understanding language and literature that are simple and complexed, specialized, and technical, factual, and fictional.

You will be able to:

  • Understand common, basic, or work-related language.
  • Understand description of events, feelings and wishes in personal letters.



Ability to write simple, complex, and compound sentences

You will be able to:

  • Write simply about familiar topics.
  • Write personal letters describing experiences and impressions.

A2 Level – Pre-Intermediate L3



  • Verbs:  Present Simple, Continuous, and passive
  • Verbs:  Present perfect
  • Verbs: Past simple and Continuous
  • Going to and Will for Predictions, Future events, and Spontaneous decisions
  • Adverbs of frequency and manner
  • Reflexive pronouns
  • Use of So and Such
  • Have to / Need to for obligation  
  • Use of When and While
  • Must / Might for deductions  
  • Use of – As soon as / Be able to / Good at / Although / However
  • First Conditional / Used to + Verb
  • Relative clauses


  • Family and friends
  • Leisure venues: Restaurants, Café bars, Cinemas and Social clubs
  • Buildings and monuments
  • Biographical information
  • Weather, climate, and seasons
  • Clothes, shoes, and accessories
  • Travel and Tourism
  • Hobbies, interests & sports
  • Events and entertainment activities
  • Large numbers and numerics
  • Education and educational systems
  • Life changes and events
  • Political systems and change
  • Nature, Animals, Birds, Pets and Wildlife
  • Descriptions of people, health, fitness, and illnesses
  • Types of music, musical instruments, and concerts
  • Household equipment


  • Asking personal questions
  • Talking about personal experiences
  • Asking and giving directions
  • Describing personality
  • Making travel arrangements
  • Ordering food and drinks at a restaurant, café bar or a takeaway
  • Talking about and expressing preferences
  • Making deductions and predictions
  • Offering and suggesting
  • Requesting and asking favours
  • Talking about obligations
  • Demanding and complaining
  • Giving reasons and excuses


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