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All Levels of the Courses

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Beginner (Starter, Levels 1, 2, 3)


It offers more than 400 hours of online English learning for those who do not know how to use English at all or for those who are on the basic level. After you have finished this level, you will be able to take part in the examinations for TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages), A1, A2.

Some special features of QEnglish Basic:

  • Recognition of the main parts of a sentence
  • Comprehension of the basic meaning of a radio or TV show
  • Interpretation of essays with the everyday language
  • Expression of the feelings and wishes
  • Participation in conversations that have to do with usual topics
  • Description of experiences and events
  • Narration of stories
  • Writing short texts of letters that have to do with known issues



Intermediate (Levels 4, 5, 6)

Some special features of QEnglish Intermediate:


  •     Comprehension of extensive discussions and lectures
  •     Ability to watch the dialogs in the movies and the TV news
  •     Reading articles on newspapers and magazines
  •     Communication with fluency and spontaneity with people whose native language is English
  •     Active participation on discussions and expressing every point of view
  •     Explanation of a view, expanding advantages and disadvantages
  •     Composing a neat, detailed essay, text or report of proposals or views
  •     Composing extensive personal letters


    It offers more than 200 hours of online English learning and it has been designed for the advanced students. After you have finished this level, you will be able to take part in the examinations for TESOL, C1.

Advanced (Levels 7, 8, 9)

Some special features of QEnglish Advanced:


  •     Comprehension of an extensive speech even when it has no clear structure
  •     Reading and understanding of extensive and complicated texts
  •     Expressing ideas and points of view with fluency and spontaneity in discussions
  •     Effective use of language for social purposes
  •     Presentation of neat, detailed descriptions of complicated matters and organization of ideas
  •     Composing complicated ideas and views using plain and well-structured text
  •     Writing texts in a great variety of styles, depending on the target group that we are referring to