English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)- Henry Harvin®

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)

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Improve your English Language skills with ESOL course offered at Henry Harvin® | The course is available at beginner, intermediate, and advanced level | Boost your confidence and communicate in English with ease | Learn from professionally-qualified ESOL trainers and get guidance to ace ESOL examinations

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Key Highlights

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Live Interactive Sessions
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Dedicated ESOL Exam Preparation
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Top Notch Faculty
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Active Engagements of Teaching
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Interview Prep Session
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1-year Gold Membership

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You Get 10-In-1 Program

Two-way Live Training Course

Two-way Live Online Interactive Classroom Sessions

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Certification

Distinguish your profile with global credentials and showcase expertise with our Hallmark Completion certificate

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Projects

Facility to undergo various projects along with the course.

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Guaranteed Internship

Get a guaranteed Internship with Henry Harvin® and in top MNCs like J.P. Morgan, Accenture & many more via Forage.

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Placement

Get 3 in 1 Placement support through Placement Drives, Premium access to Job portal & Personalized Job Consulting

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Student Engagement & Events

Free Access to #AskHenry Hackathons and Competitions & many other facilities from Henry Harvin®

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Masterclass

Access to 52+ Masterclass Sessions for essential soft skill development

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Get Free Gold Membership of Henry Harvin®

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E-Learning Access

Free access to the E-learning Portal and future updates. Get access to PPTs, Projects, Quizzes, self-paced Video-based learning, a question bank, a library, practice tests, final assessment, a forum, and doubt sessions.

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Mentorship from Young Successful Entrepreneurs to set up a sustainable & scalable Business from scratch at both Freelance and entrepreneur levels

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About the ESOL Course

ESOL Course

The English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) course is specifically designed for non-native English speakers who are willing to learn English or to improve their skills. The course focuses on all areas of the English language including reading and writing comprehension, as well as grammar. It also includes conversational skills including listening and responding appropriately, including proper pronunciation. The ESOL course is ideal for adults who have recently moved to the UK or want to start learning the English language.

Who Should Attend the Course?

  • Non native speakers of English
  • English Teacher
  • English Language Trainer
  • Soft Skill Trainer

Takeaways of the Course

  • Training: Two-way Live Online Interactive Sessions

 Level A1:  60 Hours 

 Level A2:  60 Hours 

 Level B1 : 60 Hours

 Level B2:  60 Hours (40 hrs Training + 8 hrs GD + 8 hrs Exam Prep)

 Level C1:  60 Hours 

 Level C2 : 60 Hours          

  • Mock Test: Get access to quality study materials to practice series of mock test
  • Certification: Get course completion Certification of ESOL Training from Henry Harvin® Govt of India recognized & Award-Winning Institute, and showcase expertise
  • E-Learning: Access to Abundant Tools and Techniques, Video Content, Assessments, etc
  • Masterclass: Access to 52+ Masterclass Sessions for essential soft skill development
  • Hackathons: Free Access to #AskHenry Hackathons and Competitions
  • Membership: 1-Year Gold Membership of Henry Harvin® Study Abroad Academy for the ESOL Course

Trainers at Henry Harvin®

  • Most respected industry experts with 13+ years of working experience
  • Carefully selected by our training partners and recognized by numerous organizations over the years for their work
  • They have delivered 190+ keynote classes for the ESOL Course
  • Have delivered 300+ lectures and are currently empaneled as domain experts with Henry Harvin® Study Abroad Academy

Alumni Status

Become a part of the Elite Study Abroad Academy of Henry Harvin® and join the 4,60,000+ large Alumni Network Worldwide

Gold Membership Benefits

  • Avail 1-Year Gold Membership of Henry Harvin®️ Study Abroad Academy that includes E-Learning Access through recorded Videos, Games, Projects, CPDSPe Studies
  • Free Masterclass Sessions for 1-Year
  • Earn the Prestigious Henry Harvin®️ Alumni Status and become one of the reputed 4,60,000+ Alumni across the globe.
  • Guaranteed Internship with Henry Harvin®️ or partner firms
  • Weekly 10+ job opportunities offered.
  • Experience Industry Projects during the training

Benefits of Enrolling in ESOL Course

  • Learn various tips to enhance your Language Skills
  • Improve your Listening, Speaking, Reading & Writing in English
  • Upgrade your English language Vocabulary
  • Become familiar with the Test Format
  • Get access to practice series of Mock Test
  • Learn to Solve tricky questions in no time
  • Learn and practice English Grammar
  • Communicate and understand Ideas, Concepts, and Topics with ease
  • Consider ESOL training as a proof of English language Proficiency
  • Get chance to do Writing Practice for both parts of the writing exam
  • Improve  Reading and Speaking practice for ESOL exam
  • Earn opportunity to practice all the Different Sections of the exam
  • ESOL training will help you get into International Universities
  • ESOL provides High Recognition in the society

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ESOL Course Curriculum

  • Level A1

    At this level, learn about personal identification, travel, language, daily life routine, personal environment, and much more.

    1. Personal Identification
    • Name
    • Address
    • Date and place of birth 
    • Age
    • Sex
    • Marital status
    • Nationality
    • Origin
    • Occupation 
    • Family
    • Likes & dislikes
    • Physical appearances
    • Title 
    • First language
    1. House, Home & Local Area
    • Accommodation, rooms 
    • Furniture, furnishing 
    • Services
    • Amenities
    • Region
    • Flora and fauna 
    1. Daily Life
    • At home 
    • At work 
    1. Free time, Entertainment
    • Leisure
    • Hobbies and interests 
    • TV, radio, computer, etc
    • Cinema, theater 
    • Intellectual pursuits 
    • Sports
    • Press
    • Internet
    • Music
    • Holidays
    1. Travel
    • Public transport 
    • Private transport 
    • Traffic
    • Holiday accommodation 
    • Luggage
    • Travel documents, signs and notices   
    1. Language
    • Foreign language ability 
    • Spelling and the alphabet 
    1. Relation without other people
    • Relationships
    • Correspondence
    • Behavior
    • Friends
    1. Health and Bodycare
    • Parts of the body 
    • Personal comfort 
    • Hygiene
    • Ailments, accidents 
    • Medical services
    1. Shopping
    • Shopping facilities 
    • Foodstuffs
    • Clothes, fashion 
    • Household articles 
    • Prices
    1. Food and Drink
    • Types of food and drink 
    • Eating and drinking out 
    1. Services
    • Post
    • Telephone
    • Banking
    • Police
    • Hospital, surgery 
    • Garage
    • Petrol station 
    • Emergency
    1. Places
    • Asking the way and giving directions
    • Location 
    1. Weather
    • Obtain information from weather forecast 
    • Climate and weather 
    1. Measures and Shapes
    • Digits and cardinal numbers up to 31  
    • Telephone numbers 
    • Height, length, weight, capacity, temperature 
    • Dates, times, days 
    • Shape 
    1. Education
    • Schooling
    • Subjects
    1. Personal Environment 
    • Asking for and giving personal information 
    • Describing where one lives (accommodation, area, etc.) 
    • Asking and answering questions for confirmation, information, identification 
    • Describing familiar people, places and things 
    • Correcting information 
    • Explaining daily routines
    1. Expressing thoughts and feelings 
    • Expressing agreement or disagreement 
    • Stating knowledge or ignorance of something or someone 
    • Stating and asking about ability or inability to do something 
    • Seeking, granting or denying permission 
    • Expressing wishes 
    • Expressing a preference 
    • Expressing likes and dislikes 
    • Offering and accepting an apology
    1. Getting things done 
    • Responding to a request 
    • Requesting something or requesting someone to do something 
    • Inviting someone to do something 
    • Accepting or declining an offer or invitation 
    • Giving single-step instructions 
    • Accounting and using numbers
    1. Social Contact 
    • Getting someone’s attention 
    • Greeting people and responding to greetings 
    • Expressing thanks 
    • Addressing somebody 
    • Introducing oneself, family and close friends 
    • Opening, closing a conversation 
    • Indicating lack of understanding 
    • Asking someone to clarify something 
    • Asking for and giving the spelling and meaning of words 
    • Asking for and telling people the time, day, date 
    • Taking leave
  • Level A2

    At this level, learn about personal identification, travel, language, daily life routine, personal environment, and expression, thoughts, making things happen, and much more.

    1. Personal Identification
    • Name
    • Address
    • Date and place of birth 
    • Age
    • Sex
    • Marital status
    • Nationality
    • Origin
    • Occupation 
    • Family
    • Likes & dislikes
    • Physical appearances
    • Title 
    • First language
    1. House, Home & Local Area
    • Accommodation, rooms 
    • Furniture, furnishing 
    • Services
    • Amenities
    • Region
    • Flora and fauna 
    1. Daily Life
    • At home 
    • At work 
    1. Free time, Entertainment
    • Leisure
    • Hobbies and interests 
    • TV, radio, computer, etc
    • Cinema, theater 
    • Intellectual pursuits 
    • Sports
    • Press
    • Internet
    • Music
    • Holidays
    1. Travel
    • Public transport 
    • Private transport 
    • Traffic
    • Holiday accommodation 
    • Luggage
    • Travel documents, signs and notices
    1. Language
    • Foreign language ability 
    • Spelling and the alphabet 
    1. Relation without other people
    • Relationships
    • Correspondence
    • Behavior
    • Friends
    1. Health and Bodycare
    • Parts of the body 
    • Personal comfort 
    • Hygiene
    • Ailments, accidents 
    • Medical services
    1. Shopping
    • Shopping facilities 
    • Foodstuffs
    • Clothes, fashion 
    • Household articles 
    • Prices
    1. Food and Drink
    • Types of food and drink 
    • Eating and drinking out 
    1. Services
    • Post
    • Telephone
    • Banking
    • Police
    • Hospital, surgery 
    • Garage
    • Petrol station 
    • Emergency
    1. Places
    • Asking the way and giving directions
    • Location 
    1. Weather
    • Obtain information from weather forecast 
    • Climate and weather 
    1. Measures and Shapes
    • Digits and cardinal numbers up to 31  
    • Telephone numbers 
    • Height, length, weight, capacity, temperature 
    • Dates, times, days 
    • Shape 
    1. Education
    • Schooling
    • Subjects
    1. Personal Environment 
    • Asking for and giving personal information 
    • Describing where one lives (accommodation, area, etc.) 
    • Asking and answering questions for confirmation, information, identification 
    • Describing familiar people, places and things 
    • Correcting information 
    • Explaining daily routines
    1. Expressing thoughts and feelings 
    • Expressing agreement or disagreement 
    • Denying something 
    • Expressing views and feelings with reasons 
    • Stating and asking about knowledge or ignorance of something or someone 
    • Stating and asking about ability or inability to do something
    • Stating and asking about  certainty or uncertainty of something
    • Seeking, granting or denying permission
    • Expressing and asking about wishes and hopes 
    • Expressing and asking about wants, desires, needs 
    • Stating and asking about intention
    • Stating a preference 
    • Expressing and asking about likes and dislikes, with reasons
    • Expressing and asking about (dis)pleasure, (un)happiness 
    • Expressing Gratitude 
    • Offering and accepting an apology
    • Expressing approval or appreciation
    • Expressing regret
    1. Making things happen 
    • Responding to a request 
    • Requesting something or requesting someone to do something
    • Inviting someone to do something
    • Accepting or declining an offer or invitation 
    • Giving instructions 
    • Giving advice 
    • Warning others to be careful or to stop doing something 
    • Offering and requesting assistance
    • Suggesting a course of action
    1. Social Contact
    • Getting someone’s attention 
    • Greeting people and responding to greetings 
    • Expressing thanks 
    • Addressing somebody 
    • Introducing oneself, family and close friends 
    • Opening, closing a conversation 
    • Congratulating someone 
    • Indicating lack of understanding
    • Asking someone to clarify or explain something 
    • Asking someone to repeat all or part of something 
    • Asking someone to speak to speak more slowly
    • Asking for help in finding words or phrases 
    • Asking for and giving the  spelling and meaning of  words
    • Counting and using numbers 
    • Asking for and telling people the time, day, date 
    • Interrupting politely 
    • Summing up 
    • Taking leave 
    • Observing telephone conventions
  • Level B1

    At this level, learn about personal identification, travel, language, daily life routine, personal environment, and expression, thoughts, making things happen, and much more.

    1. Personal Identification
    • Name
    • Address
    • Date and place of birth 
    • Age
    • Sex
    • Marital status
    • Nationality
    • Origin
    • Occupation 
    • Family
    • Likes & dislikes
    • Physical appearances
    • Title 
    • First language
    • Character, disposition 
    1. House, Home & Local Area
    • Accommodation, rooms 
    • Furniture, furnishing 
    • Services
    • Amenities
    • Region
    • Flora and fauna
    • Types of accommodation 
    • Cost
    1. Daily Life
    • At home 
    • At work 
    • Income
    • Prospects 
    1. Free time, Entertainment
    • Leisure
    • Hobbies and interests 
    • TV, radio, computer, etc
    • Cinema, theater 
    • Intellectual pursuits 
    • Sports
    • Press
    • Internet
    • Music
    • Holidays
    • Exhibitions, museums 
    • Artistic pursuits 
    1. Places
    • Asking the way and giving directions
    • Location
    1. Measures and Shapes
    • Digits and cardinal numbers 
    • Telephone numbers 
    • Height, length, weight, capacity, temperature 
    • Dates, times, days 
    1. Travel
    • Public transport 
    • Private transport 
    • Traffic
    • Holiday accommodation 
    • Luggage
    • Travel documents, signs and notices
    • Entering and leaving a country
    1. Relationship without other people
    • Relationships
    • Correspondence
    • Behavior
    • Invitations
    • Club membership 
    • Government and politics 
    • Crime and justice 
    • Social affairs 
    • Friends 
    1. Health and Bodycare
    • Parts of the body 
    • Personal comfort 
    • Hygiene
    • Ailments, accidents 
    • Medical services
    1. Shopping
    • Shopping facilities 
    • Foodstuffs
    • Clothes, fashion 
    • Household articles 
    • Prices
    1. Food and Drink
    • Types of food and drink 
    • Eating and drinking out 
    1. Services
    • Post
    • Telephone
    • Banking
    • Police
    • Hospital, surgery 
    • Garage
    • Petrol station 
    • Emergency
    1. Language
    • Foreign language ability 
    • Spelling and the alphabet 
    1. Weather
    • Obtain information from weather forecast 
    • Climate and weather 
    1. Education
    • Schooling
    • Subjects
    1.  Personal Environment
    • Asking for and giving personal information 
    • Describing where one lives (accommodation, area, etc.) 
    • Asking and answering questions for confirmation, information, identification 
    • Describing familiar people, places and things 
    • Correcting information 
    • Explaining daily routines
    • Narrating and describing past, present and future events 
    • Comparing things, people 
    • Reporting facts, actions
    1. Expressing thoughts and feelings 
    • Expressing agreement or disagreement 
    • Denying something 
    • Expressing views and feelings with reasons 
    • Stating and asking about knowledge or ignorance of something or someone
    • Stating whether a person, thing or action is remembered or forgotten
    • Enquiring of someone else whether a person, thing or  action is remembered or  forgotten
    • Stating and asking about degrees of probability 
    • Expressing, denying or asking about necessity (including  logical deduction) 
    • Stating and asking about one’s certainty or uncertainty of something 
    • Stating and asking about one’s ability or inability to do something
    • Stating and enquiring about one’s obligation (or lack of) to do something
    • Seeking, granting or denying permission
    • Stating and asking about the permissibility of doing something
    • Expressing and asking about wishes and hopes 
    • Expressing and asking about wants, desires, needs 
    • Stating and asking about  intention
    • Stating, responding to and asking about preference 
    • Expressing and asking about likes and dislikes, with reasons
    • Expressing and asking about (dis)pleasure, (un)happiness
    • Expressing and asking about satisfaction or dissatisfaction 
    • Expressing disappointment 
    • Expressing gratitude 
    • Expressing and asking about interest or lack of it 
    • Expressing surprise or lack of it
    • Expressing and asking about fear or worry 
    • Giving reassurance 
    • Expressing regret, sympathy
    • Offering and accepting an apology
    • Granting forgiveness 
    • Expressing approval or appreciation
    • Expressing regret 
    • Expressing indifference 
    • Expressing and asking about approval or disapproval 
    • Expressing moral obligation 
    1. Making things happen 
    • Responding to a request 
    • Requesting something or requesting someone to do something
    • Inviting someone to do something
    • Accepting or declining an offer or invitation 
    • Giving instructions 
    • Giving advice
    • Responding or rejecting an advice, with reasons
    • Warning others to be careful or to stop doing something 
    • Offering and requesting assistance
    • Insisting politely 
    • Persuading someone to do something
    • Suggesting a course of action 
    • Asking for, responding to or rejecting suggestions with  reason/alternative 
    • Encouraging someone to do something
    • Making and agreeing on plans and arrangements
    • Reaching a compromise 
    • Prohibiting someone from doing something 
    • Making a complaint 
    1. Social Contact
    • Getting someone’s attention 
    • Greeting people and responding to greetings 
    • Expressing thanks 
    • Addressing somebody 
    • Introducing oneself, family and close friends 
    • Opening, closing a conversation 
    • Congratulating someone 
    • Indicating lack of understanding
    • Asking someone to clarify or explain something 
    • Asking someone to repeat all or part of something 
    • Asking someone to speak to speak more slowly
    • Asking for help in finding words or phrases 
    • Asking for and giving the  spelling and meaning of words
    • Counting and using numbers 
    • Asking for and telling people the time, day, date 
    • Interrupting politely 
    • Summing up 
    • Taking leave 
    • Observing telephone conventions
    • Observing letter-writing conventions
  • Level B2

    At this level, learn about personal identification, travel, language, daily life routine, personal environment, and expression, thoughts, making things happen, and much more.

    1. Personal Identification
    • Personal details
    • Occupation
    • Family
    • Likes and dislikes
    • Physical appearance
    • First language
    • Character
    1. House, Home and Local Area
    • Types of accommodation
    • Interior design
    • Local & regional services/amenities
    • Regional geographical features
    • Local flora and fauna
    1. Daily Life
    • At home
    • At work
    • Income
    • Prospects
    1. Free time, Entertainment
    • Leisure, hobbies & interests
    • TV, radio, cinema, theater
    • Computer, internet
    • Intellectual/artistic pursuits
    • Sports
    • Press
    • Music
    • Photography
    • The written word (reading, letter-writing, diaries etc.)
    • Exhibitions, museums
    1. Travel
    • Public & private transport
    • Traffic & traffic control
    • ‘Green’ travel
    • Holidays
    • Accommodation
    • Entering and leaving a country
    1. Relation with others
    • Family relationships
    • Friendship
    • Manners
    • Social conventions
    1. Health and Body Care
    • Parts of the body
    • Personal comfort
    • Hygiene
    • Ailments, accidents
    • Medical services
    1. Shopping
    • Shopping facilities
    • Foodstuffs
    • Clothes, fashion
    • Household articles
    • Prices
    1. Food and Drink
    • Eating habits
    • Sourcing food locally
    • Fast food
    • Organic food
    • Year-round availability
    • Diets
    1. Services
    • Communications
    • Financial services
    • Emergency services
    • Leisure facilities
    • Care for the elderly
    •  IT in the community
    1. Place and Location
    • Satellite navigation systems
    • World Heritage sites
    • Locations for motorways & airports
    • protecting open spaces
    1. Language
    • Foreign language ability
    • Accents & dialects
    • Preserving minority languages
    • Bilingualism
    1. Weather
    • Climate and weather
    • Weather forecasting
    • Climate change
    • Extreme weather
    1. Measures and Shapes
    • Statistics
    • Processes
    1. Education
    • Schooling
    • Subjects
    • Qualifications and examinations
    1. The Environment
    • Recycling
    • Pollution
    • Global warming
    1. Beliefs
    • The paranormal & supernatural
    • Superstitions
    • Unexplained phenomena e.g. UFOs, coincidences etc.
    1. Arts
    • Modern art, theater
    • Classical art, theater
    1. Science and Technology
    • Scientific development
    • Space exploration
    • Power of the computer
    • Important inventions
    1. Society
    • Individual rights
    • Family life
    • Parental responsibilities
    • Social responsibilities
    • Equal opportunities
    1. Personal Environment
    • Asking for and giving personal information
    • Describing where one lives (accommodation, area etc.)
    • Asking and answering questions for confirmation, information, identification
    • Describing people, places, things
    • Correcting information
    • Explaining routines
    • Narrating and describing past, present and future events
    • Comparing things, people
    • Reporting facts, actions
    • Stating facts, actions
    • Giving descriptions and specifications
    1. Expressing thoughts, feelings and attitudes 
    • Expressing and asking about agreement or disagreement
    • Denying something
    • Expressing agreement reluctantly or with reservations
    • Conceding a point or argument, demurring
    • Expressing views and feelings with reasons
    • Asserting and asking about knowledge or ignorance of something or someone
    • Stating whether a person, thing or action is remembered or forgotten
    • Enquiring of someone else whether a person, thing or action is remembered or forgotten
    • Stating and asking about degrees of probability/possibility
    • Expressing, denying or asking about necessity (including logical deduction)
    • Stating and asking about one’s certainty or uncertainty of something
    • Reminding someone to do something
    • Expressing doubt, incredulity, bewilderment
    • Hypothesising
    • Stating and asking about one’s ability or inability to do something
    • Stating and enquiring about one’s obligation (or lack of) to do something
    • Seeking, granting or denying permission
    • Stating and asking about the permissibility of doing something
    • Expressing and asking about wishes, hopes, expectations
    • Expressing and asking about wants, desires, needs
    • Stating and asking about intention
    • Stating, responding to and asking about preference
    • Expressing and asking about likes and dislikes, with reasons
    • Expressing and asking about (dis)pleasure, (un)happiness
    • Expressing and asking about satisfaction or dissatisfaction
    • Expressing disappointment
    • Expressing gratitude
    • Expressing and asking about interest or lack of it
    • Expressing surprise or lack of it
    • Expressing and asking about fear, worry, anxiety
    • Giving reassurance
    • Expressing regret, sympathy, condolence
    • Expressing fellow-feeling, empathy
    • Expressing and asking about pain, anguish, suffering
    • Expressing relief
    • Expressing indifference
    • Expressing fatigue, resignation
    • Offering and accepting an apology
    • Granting forgiveness
    • Expressing and asking about approval, appreciation or disapproval
    • Expressing moral obligation
    • Expressing regret
    • Accepting, attaching or denying blame for something
    1. Making things happen 
    • Responding to a request
    • Requesting something, or requesting someone to do something
    • Inviting someone to do something
    • Accepting or declining an offer or invitation
    • Giving instructions or orders
    • Giving and asking for advice
    • Responding to or rejecting advice, with reasons
    • Warning others to be careful or to stop doing something
    • Offering and requesting assistance
    • Insisting politely
    • Persuading someone to do something
    • Suggesting a course of action
    • Asking for, responding to, agreeing to or rejecting suggestions with reason/alternative
    • Making and agreeing plans and arrangements
    • Encouraging someone to do something
    • Reaching a compromise
    • Prohibiting someone from doing something
    • Making a complaint
    • Refusing to do something, expressing defiance
    • Pleading with someone to do something
    1. Social contact
    • Getting someone’s attention
    • Greeting people and responding to greetings
    • Expressing thanks
    • Addressing somebody
    • Making and responding to formal and informal introductions
    • Opening, closing a formal or informal conversation
    • Congratulating someone
    • Praising someone
    • Paying someone a compliment
    • Asking someone’s opinion
    • Making someone feel welcome
    • Indicating lack of understanding
    • Giving and asking for clarification, explanation or definition of something
    • Confirming one’s own or another’s understanding
    • Asking someone to repeat all or part of something
    • Asking someone to speak more slowly
    • Asking for help in finding words or phrases
    • Asking for and giving the spelling and meaning of words
    • Counting and using numbers
    • Asking for and telling people the time, day, date
    • Interrupting politely
    • Objecting, protesting
    • Exemplifying or emphasizing a point
    • Classifying, generalizing, defining something
    • Encouraging another speaker to continue
    • Indicating a wish to continue or finish speaking
    • Summing up
    • Taking leave
    • Observing telephone conventions
    • Observing letter-writing conventions
  • Level C1

    At this level, learn about personal identification, travel, language, daily life routine, personal environment, and expression, thoughts, making things happen, and much more.

    1. Personal Identification
    • Personal details
    • Occupation
    • Family
    • Likes and dislikes
    • Physical appearance
    • First language
    • Character
    • Image
    1. House, Home and Local Area
    • Types of accommodation
    • Interior design
    • Local & regional services/amenities
    • Regional geographical features
    • National flora and fauna
    • Region-specific phenomena
    1. Daily Life
    • At home
    • At work
    • Income
    • Prospects
    • Stress
    • Money management
    1. Free time, Entertainment
    • Leisure, hobbies & interests
    • TV, radio, cinema, theater
    • Computer, internet
    • Intellectual/artistic pursuits
    • Sports
    • Press
    • Music
    • Photography
    • The written word (reading, letter-writing, diaries etc.)
    • Exhibitions, museums
    • Leisure/work ratio 
    1. Travel
    • Public & private transport
    • Traffic & traffic control
    • ‘Green’ travel
    • Holidays
    • Accommodation
    • Entering and leaving a country
    • Common currency e.g. the euro
    • Migration
    1. Relation with others
    • Family relationships
    • Friendship
    • Manners
    • Social conventions
    • Anti-social behavior
    1. Shopping
    • Shopping facilities
    • Foodstuffs
    • Clothes, fashion
    • Household articles
    • Prices
    • Ethical shopping
    • Retail therapy
    1. Food and Drink
    • Eating habits
    • Sourcing food locally
    • Fast food
    • Organic food
    • Year round availability
    • Diets
    • Food fashions
    1. Services
    • Communications
    • Financial services
    • Emergency services
    • Leisure facilities
    • Care for the elderly
    •  IT in the community
    • Diplomatic services 
    • Employment agencies 
    1. Place and Location
    • Satellite navigation systems
    • World Heritage sites
    • Locations for motorways & airports
    • Protecting open spaces
    • How geography affects people
    • Alternative places to live e.g. underwater, on Mars
    1. Language
    • Foreign language ability
    • Accents & dialects
    • Preserving minority languages
    • Bilingualism
    • Universal languages e.g. Esperanto
    • Body language
    1. Weather
    • Climate and weather
    • Weather forecasting
    • Climate change
    • Extreme weather
    • Weather and mood 
    1. Measures and Shapes
    • Statistics
    • Importance of math in everyday life
    1. Education
    • Schooling
    • Subjects
    • Qualifications and examinations
    • Education systems
    • Teaching and learning
    1. The Environment
    • Recycling
    • Pollution
    • Global warming
    • Endangered species
    • Future of the planet
    1. Beliefs
    • The paranormal & supernatural
    • Superstitions
    • Unexplained phenomena e.g. UFOs, coincidences etc.
    1. Arts
    • Modern art, theater, architecture
    • Classical art, theater, architecture
    • Literature
    • Popular culture
    1. Science and Technology
    • Scientific development
    • Space exploration
    • Power of the computer
    • Important inventions
    • Genetic modification
    • Ethics
    • Animal testing
    1. Society
    • Individual rights
    • Family life
    • Parental responsibilities
    • Social responsibilities
    • Equal opportunities
    • Human rights
    • Citizenship
    • The global village
    1.  Personal Environment
    • Asking for and giving personal information
    • Describing where one lives (accommodation, area etc.)
    • Asking and answering questions for confirmation, information, identification
    • Describing people, places, things
    • Correcting information
    • Explaining routines
    • Narrating and describing past, present and future events
    • Comparing things, people
    • Reporting facts, actions
    • Stating facts, actions
    • Giving descriptions and specifications
    1. Expressing thoughts, feelings and attitudes 
    • Expressing and asking about agreement or disagreement
    • Denying something
    • Expressing agreement reluctantly or with reservations
    • Conceding a point or argument, demurring
    • Expressing views and feelings with reasons
    • Asserting and asking about knowledge or ignorance of something or someone
    • Stating whether a person, thing or action is remembered or forgotten
    • Enquiring of someone else whether a person, thing or action is remembered or forgotten
    • Stating and asking about degrees of probability/possibility
    • Expressing, denying or asking about necessity (including logical deduction)
    • Stating and asking about one’s certainty or uncertainty of something
    • Reminding someone to do something
    • Expressing doubt, incredulity, bewilderment
    • Hypothesising
    • speculating
    • Stating and asking about one’s ability or inability to do something
    • Stating and enquiring about one’s obligation (or lack of) to do something
    • Seeking, granting or denying permission
    • Stating and asking about the permissibility of doing something
    • Expressing and asking about wishes, hopes, expectations
    • Expressing and asking about wants, desires, needs
    • Stating and asking about intention
    • Stating, responding to and asking about preference
    • Expressing and asking about likes and dislikes, with reasons
    • Expressing and asking about (dis)pleasure, (un)happiness
    • Expressing and asking about satisfaction or dissatisfaction
    • Expressing disappointment
    • Expressing gratitude
    • Expressing and asking about interest or lack of it
    • Expressing surprise or lack of it
    • Expressing and asking about fear, anxiety
    • Giving reassurance
    • Expressing regret, sympathy, condolence
    • Expressing fellow-feeling, empathy
    • Expressing and asking about pain, anguish, suffering
    • Expressing relief
    • Expressing indifference
    • Expressing fatigue, resignation
    • Offering and accepting an apology
    • Granting forgiveness
    • Expressing and asking about approval, appreciation or disapproval
    • Expressing moral obligation
    • Expressing regret
    • Accepting, attaching or denying blame for something
    1. Making things happen
    • Responding to a request
    • Requesting something, or requesting someone to do something
    • Inviting someone to do something
    • Accepting or declining an offer or invitation
    • Giving instructions or orders
    • Giving and asking for advice
    • Responding to or rejecting advice, with reasons
    • Warning others to be careful or to stop doing something
    • Offering and requesting assistance
    • Insisting politely
    • Persuading someone to do something
    • Suggesting a course of action
    • Asking for, responding to, agreeing to or rejecting suggestions with reason/alternative
    • Making and agreeing plans and arrangements
    • Encouraging someone to do something
    • Reaching a compromise
    • Prohibiting someone from doing something
    • Making a complaint
    • Refusing to do something, expressing defiance
    • Pleading with someone to do something
    1. Social contact
    • Getting someone’s attention
    • Greeting people and responding to greetings
    • Expressing thanks
    • Addressing somebody
    • Making and responding to formal and informal introductions
    • Opening, closing a formal or informal conversation
    • Congratulating someone
    • Praising someone
    • Paying someone a compliment
    • Asking someone’s opinion
    • Making someone feel welcome
    • Indicating lack of understanding
    • Giving and asking for clarification, explanation or definition of something
    • Confirming one’s own or another’s understanding
    • Asking someone to repeat all or part of something
    • Asking someone to speak more slowly
    • Asking for help in finding words or phrases
    • Asking for and giving the spelling and meaning of words
    • Counting and using numbers
    • Asking for and telling people the time, day, date
    • Interrupting politely
    • Objecting, protesting
    • Exemplifying or emphasizing a point
    • Classifying, generalizing, defining something
    • Encouraging another speaker to continue
    • Indicating a wish to continue or finish speaking
    • Summing up
    • Taking leave
    • Observing telephone conventions
    • Observing letter-writing conventions
  • Level C2

    At this level, learn about personal identification, travel, language, daily life routine, personal environment, and expression, thoughts, making things happen, and much more.

    1. Personal Identification
    • Personal details
    • Occupation
    • Family
    • Likes and dislikes
    • Physical appearance
    • First language
    • Character
    • Image
    • Personal learning style
    1. House, Home and Local Area
    • Types of accommodation
    • Interior design
    • Local & regional services/amenities
    • Regional geographical features
    • National flora and fauna
    • Region-specific phenomena
    • Demographics
    1. Daily Life
    • At home
    • At work
    • Income
    • Prospects
    • Stress
    • Money management
    • Life Plans
    1. Free time, Entertainment
    • Leisure, hobbies & interests
    • TV, radio, cinema, theater
    • Computer, internet
    • Intellectual/artistic pursuits
    • Sports
    • Press
    • Music
    • Photography
    • The written word (reading, letter-writing, diaries etc.)
    • Exhibitions, museums
    • Leisure/work ratio 
    • The social importance of leisure
    1. Travel
    • Public & private transport
    • Traffic & traffic control
    • ‘Green’ travel
    • Holidays
    • Accommodation
    • Entering and leaving a country
    • Common currency e.g. the euro
    • Migration
    • Travel restrictions & border controls 
    1. Relation with others
    • Family relationships
    • Friendship
    • Manners
    • Social conventions
    • Anti-social behavior
    • Tolerance & respect
    1. Shopping
    • Shopping facilities
    • Foodstuffs
    • Clothes, fashion
    • Household articles
    • Prices
    • Ethical shopping
    • Retail therapy
    • Consumerism
    1. Food and Drink
    • Eating habits
    • Sourcing food locally
    • Fast food
    • Organic food
    • Year round availability
    • Diets
    • Food fashions
    • Food fashions
    • Genetically modified food
    • Cookery
    1. Services
    • Communications
    • Financial services
    • Emergency services
    • Leisure facilities
    • Care for the elderly
    •  IT in the community
    • Diplomatic services 
    • Employment agencies 
    • Government
    1. Place and Location
    • Satellite navigation systems
    • World Heritage sites
    • Locations for motorways & airports
    • Protecting open spaces
    • How geography affects people
    • Alternative places to live e.g. underwater, on Mars
    • Living in hostile environments
    1. Language
    • Foreign language ability
    • Accents & dialects
    • Preserving minority languages
    • Bilingualism
    • Universal languages e.g. Esperanto
    • Body language
    • Language and culture
    1. Weather
    • Climate and weather
    • Weather forecasting
    • Climate change
    • Extreme weather
    • Weather and mood
    • Effect of weather on lifestyle
    1. Measures and Shapes
    • Statistics
    • Importance of math in everyday life
    • Design
    1. Education
    • Schooling
    • Subjects
    • Qualifications and examinations
    • Education systems
    • Teaching and learning
    • Knowledge versus skills
    • A basic human right
    1. The Environment
    • Recycling
    • Pollution
    • Global warming
    • Endangered species
    • Future of the planet
    • Individual’s/society’s responsibilities
    1. Beliefs
    • The paranormal & supernatural
    • Superstitions
    • Unexplained phenomena e.g. UFOs, coincidences etc.
    1. Arts
    • Modern art, theater, architecture
    • Classical art, theater, architecture
    • Literature
    • Popular culture
    • Youth culture
    1. Science and Technology
    • Scientific development
    • Space exploration
    • Power of the computer
    • Important inventions
    • Genetic modification
    • Ethics
    • Animal testing
    • The limits of human endeavor
    1. Society
    • Individual rights
    • Family life
    • Parental responsibilities
    • Social responsibilities
    • Equal opportunities
    • Human rights
    • Citizenship
    • The global village
    • World events
    • World economy
    1.  Personal Environment
    • Asking for and giving personal information
    • Describing where one lives (accommodation, area etc.)
    • Asking and answering questions for confirmation, information, identification
    • Describing people, places, things
    • Correcting information
    • Explaining routines
    • Narrating and describing past, present and future events
    • Comparing things, people
    • Reporting facts, actions
    • Stating facts, actions
    • Giving descriptions and specifications
    1. Expressing thoughts, feelings and attitudes 
    • Expressing and asking about agreement or disagreement
    • Denying something
    • Expressing agreement reluctantly or with reservations
    • Conceding a point or argument, demurring
    • Expressing views and feelings with reasons
    • Asserting and asking about knowledge or ignorance of something or someone
    • Stating whether a person, thing or action is remembered or forgotten
    • Enquiring of someone else whether a person, thing or action is remembered or forgotten
    • Stating and asking about degrees of probability/possibility
    • Expressing, denying or asking about necessity (including logical deduction)
    • Stating and asking about one’s certainty or uncertainty of something
    • Reminding someone to do something
    • Expressing doubt, incredulity, bewilderment
    • Hypothesising
    • speculating
    • Stating and asking about one’s ability or inability to do something
    • Stating and enquiring about one’s obligation (or lack of) to do something
    • Seeking, granting or denying permission
    • Stating and asking about the permissibility of doing something
    • Expressing and asking about wishes, hopes, expectations
    • Expressing and asking about wants, desires, needs
    • Stating and asking about intention
    • Stating, responding to and asking about preference
    • Expressing and asking about likes and dislikes, with reasons
    • Expressing and asking about (dis)pleasure, (un)happiness
    • Expressing and asking about satisfaction or dissatisfaction
    • Expressing disappointment
    • Expressing gratitude
    • Expressing and asking about interest or lack of it
    • Expressing surprise or lack of it
    • Expressing and asking about fear, anxiety
    • Giving reassurance
    • Expressing regret, sympathy, condolence
    • Expressing fellow-feeling, empathy
    • Expressing and asking about pain, anguish, suffering
    • Expressing relief
    • Expressing indifference
    • Expressing fatigue, resignation
    • Offering and accepting an apology
    • Granting forgiveness
    • Expressing and asking about approval, appreciation or disapproval
    • Expressing moral obligation
    • Expressing regret
    • Accepting, attaching or denying blame for something
    1. Making things happen
    • Responding to a request
    • Requesting something, or requesting someone to do something
    • Inviting someone to do something
    • Accepting or declining an offer or invitation
    • Giving instructions or orders
    • Giving and asking for advice
    • Responding to or rejecting advice, with reasons
    • Warning others to be careful or to stop doing something
    • Offering and requesting assistance
    • Insisting politely
    • Persuading someone to do something
    • Suggesting a course of action
    • Asking for, responding to, agreeing to or rejecting suggestions with reason/alternative
    • Making and agreeing plans and arrangements
    • Encouraging someone to do something
    • Reaching a compromise
    • Prohibiting someone from doing something
    • Making a complaint
    • Refusing to do something, expressing defiance
    • Pleading with someone to do something
    1. Social contact
    • Getting someone’s attention
    • Greeting people and responding to greetings
    • Expressing thanks
    • Addressing somebody
    • Making and responding to formal and informal introductions
    • Opening, closing a formal or informal conversation
    • Congratulating someone
    • Praising someone
    • Paying someone a compliment
    • Asking someone’s opinion
    • Making someone feel welcome
    • Indicating lack of understanding
    • Giving and asking for clarification, explanation or definition of something
    • Confirming one’s own or another’s understanding
    • Asking someone to repeat all or part of something
    • Asking someone to speak more slowly
    • Asking for help in finding words or phrases
    • Asking for and giving the spelling and meaning of words
    • Counting and using numbers
    • Asking for and telling people the time, day, date
    • Interrupting politely
    • Objecting, protesting
    • Exemplifying or emphasizing a point
    • Classifying, generalizing, defining something
    • Encouraging another speaker to continue
    • Indicating a wish to continue or finish speaking
    • Summing up
    • Taking leave
    • Observing telephone conventions
    • Observing letter-writing conventions
  • Complementary Module 1: Soft Skills Development

    • Business Communication
    • Preparation for the interview
    • Presentation Skills
  • Complimentary Module 2: Resume Writing

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