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 what level am I?

I’m taking English classes with Jill and she is helping me a lot. I have noticed that I have more confidence speaking English because the classes are focused on exactly what I need. I recommend these classes if you need to learn English or if you need to improve for your occupation.

Jorge Aguilar, Guatemala

STUDENT

Studying pronunciation is so important for many reasons. The first reason is that your talking would be more understandable. Also there are some identical words in their spelling but their pronunciation is different, for example, luck, look, and lock. About Miss Jill, she is so helpful. She is good. She wants all of the students to be good at English.

Ahmed, Saudi Arabia

STUDENT

Jill is the best teacher I have ever had (serious!). She takes the time to really get to know her students, I was not shy when I spoke in her classes, because she made me feel comfortable. I learned a lot in Jill’s pronunciation course. She knows a lot about the English language and delivers the material in a very easy-to-learn way. I still remember when she told us to record our presentation, and when I saw it again I could see how I have improved my pronunciation!

Bruna, Brazil

Beginner (Level A1):

You have very little or NO English.

Beginning Intermediate (A2):

You can use basic English grammar and have basic situational comprehension.

Intermediate (B1):

You can use English easily about everyday matters but have a limited range of style.

High Intermediate (B2):

You have a strong understanding of English and conversation topics. You have strong understanding of English grammar.

Advanced (C1/C2):

You are a confident English speaker and have full use of functional language.

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