The student will be able to express themselves fluently in meetings and other conversations with native speakers and will have the necessary linguistic resources to participate in a social situation. They can use appropriate vocabulary, with some grammatical mistakes that do not affect communication. When necessary, they are able to handle situations in writing, prepare work plans and reports with occasional errors.
English B2 Course Goals
You will be able to understand the nuances and general and specific vocabulary related to meetings and conversations with native speakers. You will be able to distinguish fairly well between types of language intended for different audiences and will generally only have difficulty with unusual accents or speed of expression. You will be able to ask moderately complex questions to gather the information you need on a wide variety of topics and will be able to use varying degrees of formality according to the situation.
Use of modal verbs to talk about possibility and abilities.
The formation of adverbs. Most common ways to emphasize what is being said.
Position of adverbial sentences or simple adverbs.
Indirect style (2) questions.
Indirect style (3) modifications of verb tenses.
Relative sentences in descriptions.
Sentences in the passive voice.
The use of “need” + “ing” to say that something is necessary. Special constructions to give instructions or ask for help.
Infinitive constructions after adjectives.
The First Conditional (1). The use of “In case” to justify facts.
Talking about the future without using will. Describing a sequence of events in the future.
- Using both basic and more complex structures, as well as the corresponding verb constructions
Using a fairly large and complex vocabulary
Participating in a conversation, giving opinions and justifying ideas
Communicate fluently on a personal and professional level in a wide range of situations, such as requesting professional services or resolving a disagreement.
Listening Comprehension Skills
- Understanding numbers and quantities
Understanding the causes of a specific problem
Understanding the reason for a decision made or a proposal made
Understanding the explanation of a corporate strategy communicated by management
- Understanding moderately complex newspaper articles.
- Understanding a description of a professional activity.
- Summarizing the content of a long report.
- Reading moderately difficult reports about complex subjects.
- Writing meeting summaries.
- Writing a report.
- Responding to letters and emails.
- Carrying out complex writing tasks.
Prices for online sessions
3 hours per weekQuarterly course
- 3 hours per week, two 90-minute sessions or
- 3 hours per week, three 60-minute sessions
- Max 4 people per group
2 hours per weekQuarterly course
- 2 hours per week, two 60-minute sessions
- Max 4 people per group
What will I achieve by attending a quarterly course?
Consolidate your knowledge about complex grammar structures and expand your technical and cultural vocabulary. You will be able to express yourself with more clarity and precision and speak with more fluency and confidence.
How many trimester courses would I need to take to move up a level?
It depends on several factors, including the intensity with which you study. There is a general rule that it takes approximately 200 hours to move up from B2 to C1.
Do I have to take a placement test?
Each participant needs to take an oral placement test before starting the course. This can be done by telephone or virtually.
What people are saying about us
I took a virtual course on job preparation with Emma. She helped me to talk about my skills and professional experience, and she gave me ideas about how to answer questions that I might hear in an interview. On the day if the interview, I felt calm and confident. I got the job! Then I decided to continue with my English classes. Thank you so much for all your help!
Have been having business English classes with Margit, for the past three years. Her classes are interesting and lots of fun. We laugh a lot in class, and I have learnt so much new vocabulary and grammar. We always deal with subjects and topics that are very useful for my job. I am really happy with my classes and plan to continue studying next year.
When I got a job in a British company, I was really nervous. I decided to take some English classes so that I would feel more confident and also to improve my fluency. My teacher, James, was very patient. He helped me to write better emails, he taught me lots of vocabulary relevant to my sector, and he helped me to prepare presentations for video conferencing. After one year, I find it much easier to write complex emails and I have much better working conversations with my international colleagues.
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