It is acquired when the student is able to understand the main ideas of complex texts that deal with both concrete and abstract subjects, even if they are of a technical nature as long as they are within their field of specialization; When it can relate to native speakers with a sufficient degree of fluency and naturalness so that communication is carried out effortlessly by any of the interlocutors, and when it can produce clear and detailed texts on various subjects, as well as defend a point Of general issues indicating the pros and cons of the various options.
To complete this level, an average of 150 hours of training is required.
We divide this level into five courses:
B2.1 – Upper Intermediate I (30h)
B2.2 – Upper Intermediate II (30h)
B2.3 – Upper Intermediate III (30h)
B2.4 – Upper Intermediate IV (30h)
B2.5 – Upper Intermediate V (30h)
Students at this level are able to communicate almost fluently, though not always without errors. They have quite a wide vocabulary and have awareness and control of all the basic grammatical structures. They can use the Target language in different contexts and should gradually be looking into using much more complex language and a broader range of vocabulary.
Before starting a course, you will be doing a “level test” that will help you choose the right level course..