Intensive General English
This course enables students to enhance and acquire English language skills in reading writing, listening and speaking. In addition, it supports each skills-based lesson with speaking activities designed to give students the opportunity to acquire and practice vocabulary and grammar.
The table below shows the number of hours required to move from one level of English to the next according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
A1 - 100 - 150 hours
A2 - 100 - 150 hours
B1.1 - 100 - 120 hours
B1.2 - 100 - 120 hours
B2 - 100 - 200 hours
CEFR is the abbreviation for Common European Framework of Reference. It is an international standard for describing language ability. It is used around the world to describe learners' language skills. The CEFR was designed to give learners and teachers an indication of what should be taught in each level and how long students approximately need to study for in each level. See below the average number of study hours needed to successfully complete each level.
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