English C1

The student uses the language fluently and accurately in all areas related to their professional and social needs. They easily understand native speakers with different accents and groups of people speaking quickly with each other. Their accumulated vocabulary allows them to deal with a wide range of specialized language areas and idioms without significant problems. They are also able to interpret nuances and details. They sometimes express themself with the fluency of a native speaker. They easily understand most of the styles and forms of written language.

English C1 course goals

The student is able to converse with fluency and range that sometimes approaches that of a native speaker. They can adapt appropriately to the levels of linguistic formality required by different social situations and make few grammatical errors. The student is able to make clear, concise and comprehensive presentations on general and professional topics. The phonetic quality of such presentations is good and they can answer with confidence if they have to clarify a point. They can produce systematic and accurate reports, even when the information is very complex, and are able to write a wide range of business or personal texts with very few errors.



Grammar points

  • Participle sentences using verbs ending in -”ing”.

  • Use of verbs related to sensations (feel, hear, etc.).

  • Use of modal verbs to indicate necessity, obligation, probability.

  • Sentences of intention using to / in order to.

  • Intention with the noun/ adjective + to+ infinitive.

  • Use of conditionals (first, second). The particles if, when. Most  frequent particles in Conditionals: unless, even, if, etc.

  • Third conditional statement, ways of expressing desires and regrets.

  • The use of the Passive Voice in infinitive and gerund.

  • Types of “Phrasal Verbs” found in English.

  • Countable and uncountable nouns. Different ways of talking about quantities.

  • The uses of the Future Continuous and the Future Perfect. The use of the future speaking about something that was going to happen in the past.

  • Constructions in Passive Voice using “believe” .

  • Making speculations about the past with past modal verbs.


Speaking Skills

  • Participate in a negotiation process.
  • Make an effective presentation with the use of audiovisual materials.
  • Perform comfortably in work meetings.
  • Make presentations on topics of interest and take part in conversations with native speakers about current events.
  • Describe a sequence of events that occurred in the past.

Listening Comprehension Skills

  • Respond correctly to requests and demands.
  • Follow the main ideas of a TV show, radio program or podcast.
  • Understand telephone conversations related to marketing and advertising strategies.
  • Understand the content of an interview or a recorded conference.
  • Understand explanations given about the habits and behaviors of other people.

Reading Comprehension Skills

  • Understand the content and recognize different styles of advertisements.
  • Read the text of an interview or a dialogue.
  • Understand the content of a business report.
  • Identify the key points of a descriptive text.

Writing Skills

  • Write about topics that are familiar to you (the agenda for a monthly meeting, an invitation to a conference, etc.).
  • Outline data to be included in a graph.
  • Write a draft for a long report expressing oneself clearly, and with minimal grammatical mistakes.
  • Prepare texts with a coherent structure and a clear distribution of ideas. 

Prices for online sessions

2 hours per week

Quarterly course
  • 2 hours per week, two 60-minute sessions
  • Max 4 people per group


What am I going to achieve by attending a quarterly course?

The course plan is designed to help you advance beyond C1. It will take more than a trimester to reach the next level, but you can learn a lot in one trimester.

How many quarterly courses would I need to take to move up a level?

It depends on several factors, including the intensity with which you study. 

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! 

Carla, Madrid


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.

Miguel, Madrid


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. 

Nico, Amsterdam


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