This course aims at the C1 level of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR). The course includes reading, writing, listening and speaking components that draw on new trends in educational technology and language teaching.
At this level, students are typically expected to be able to:
- understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts, and detect both the implicit meaning and subtle conceptual nuances,
- express themselves fluently and spontaneously using language flexibly and effectively for social, academic, and professional purposes,
- produce clear, detailed, and well-structured texts on complex topics, showing controlled use of organizational patterns, connectors, and cohesive devices.
This course provides practice in vocabulary, grammar, speaking, listening, reading and writing.
- The listening component typically consists of listening to radio interviews and commentaries, conversations, discussions, lectures etc.
- The speaking component typically includes pronunciation practice, discussions and presentations on a variety of topics, descriptions of events, dialogues and role-playing, giving both sides of an argument, etc.
- The reading component typically includes various genres and text-types, such as: articles from magazines and newspapers, scientific and academic articles, interviews, essays, website articles, reviews, excerpts from literary books, etc.
- The writing component typically consists of writing formal and informal e-mails, descriptive and opinion essays, descriptive narratives, articles, essays with cohesion and coherence, etc.
- The grammar component includes: the complete verb system, noun and adjective inflections-subcases, complex conditional forms, passive voice, types of sentences, etc.
- The vocabulary component focuses on phrases, connotations, synonyms-antonyms, word building, idioms, collocations, and sophisticated vocabulary associated with the topics under discussion, etc. It also includes terms, expressions, proverbs from Ancient Greek and the purist variety of Modern Greek that are also used in Modern Greek and in everyday colloquial expressions.
- Remedial Lessons
- Support Lessons
- Discount for Speaking classes