ES1 – ADULTS – BEGINNERS
This is the introduction to an intensive course in the English language. Students are taught, through specialized and appropriate books for their age, the basic rules of grammar and the necessary vocabulary for daily communication. Emphasis is placed on the presentation and consolidation of structures through a clearly communicative approach. The program addresses beginner adult students with basic (1 year) or no knowledge.
ES2 (BEGINNER ADULT STUDENTS WITH BASIC KNOWLEDGE OF ENGLISH)
The course addresses students that have completed the ES1 level, which is actually the elementary level for adults. The objective is the acquisition of key element phrases in order to communicate either in spoken and written English. It offers practice of all skills while recycling previous knowledge. Students are exposed to topics such as health, nutrition, sport, entertainment, etc. and are capable of writing a letter, a descriptive essay as well as an e-mail. Students can also sit the Cambridge KET exams in order to certify their knowledge.
CERTIFICATION: The Cambridge English: Key, also known as Key English Test (KET), is a basic level qualification that proves someone’s ability to use English and communicate in simple situations. It also demonstrates that someone has made a good start in learning English.
ES3 (ADULTS WITH BASIC KNOWLEDGE OF ENGLISH)
This course addresses adult learners that understand the basic concepts of English (A2). Students of this level can improve their linguistic skills in order to communicate in spoken and written English in more complex situations.
ES4 (ADULTS WITH BASIC KNOWLEDGE OF ENGLISH)
It is a course that addresses adult learners who have completed the ES3 course and are at B1 level.
Students can also sit the Cambridge Pet Exam in order to certify their knowledge.
CERTICICATION: The Cambridge English: Preliminary, also known as Preliminary English Test (PET) is an intermediate level certification. It demonstrates that learners can use their linguistic skills in English to communicate at work and social encounters.