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The Pre-Intermediate (Entry Level 2) ESOL course is taught in London at our WAES Centres. The courses on offer focus on popular topics related to living and working in Britain. They designed for those who need to be able to speak and understand English at home or at work.

If you are settling or living in England, your first language is not English and you want to develop your English language and grammar skills then these courses are for you.

Is this the right level for you? 

For Pre-intermediate (Entry Level 2) course you should already be able to speak and write everyday English. This course covers the four primary language skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking as well as grammar development.

At this level, of course, you will take nationally recognised exams covering reading, writing, listening and speaking. Your teacher will decide when you are ready to take the ESOL exam.

 

 

 

 

ESOL Pre Intermediate Entry Level 2 Speaking and Listening

Next Starts: 26/02/2019
This course is suitable if you already speak and write everyday English. It covers the four language skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking, although the main focus is on improving your speaking and listening skills. By the end of the course you will be able to obtain information from verbal communication, be able to speak English to communicate, be able to convey information and be able to engage in discussion with others.
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ESOL Pre-intermediate Entry Level 2 Intensive

Next Starts: 25/02/2019
This course is suitable if you already speak and write everyday English. It covers the four language skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking. Grammar is included as an integral part of the course.
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ESOL Pre-intermediate Entry Level 2 Speaking and Listening

Next Starts: 25/02/2019
This course is suitable if you already speak and write everyday English. It covers the four language skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking, although the main focus is on improving your speaking and listening skills. By the end of the course you will be able to obtain information from verbal communication, be able to speak English to communicate, be able to convey information and be able to engage in discussion with others.
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