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English Level 3 Proficient to Advanced

Advanced skills: public speaking, presentations, writing

  • Ended
  • 299 US dollars
  • Tadaca Platform: Online Session

Service Description

C1 and C2 At this level, you can understand the vast majority of English, spoken or written, that you encounter. Though you may make rare errors, your proficiency is near or equal to that of a native English speaker. C1 – Advanced (Proficient) Once you have reached the C2 level, you are considered an advanced student of the English language. You now have a firmer grasp of more complex grammar structures, implicit meaning in both text and speech, as well as the ability to speak English fluently in almost any environment. Though you will naturally make some errors from time to time, they are likely small and infrequent. In order to reach the C1 level, you will likely need to study English formally for several years and practice speaking or reading English on a regular basis. This level of English proficiency is common among those who have lived in an English-speaking country for an extended period of time. C2 – Advanced (Proficient) C2 is the highest assessment of all 6 CEFR levels. At this level, you can understand the vast majority of English, spoken or written, that you encounter. Though you may make rare errors, your proficiency is near or equal to that of a native English speaker. You can understand the finer nuances of tone, pacing, and word choice, even in complex texts or situations. C2 level speakers have likely been studying English for many years, practicing the language regularly or even on a daily basis with native speakers. About Payment $299 USD a month, for 2 months. *It is the student's responsibility to pay for their course at the beginning of each month (from the first to the fifth) *It is completely necessary to contact TADACA Educational Solutions LLC back office in order to receive detailed instructions about the enrollment policies and contract.


Contact Details

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