General English C2 online lessons

Minimum entry level: Intermediate

Online lessons with a qualified British teacher: General English C2 level

Our General English C2 online course with a qualified native English teacher is for people with a high Advanced level of English (mastery) who wish to make progress in the language. Typical learners at C2 level are able to use the language to a similar degree as an educated native speaker, and are able to use the language in a range of culturally appropriate ways.
The main focus of a C2 level course is therefore on lexical and pragmatic features, rather than grammatical features of the language.

 

 

 

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General English C2 online course outcomes:

By the end of this course you will be able to:

– When reading, writing, listening or speaking: analyse rhetorical situations so as to understand that different purposes and contexts call for different strategies, different conventions and different techniques
– Recognise and discuss propositions that can not be merely demonstrated: to analyse, evaluate, and argue matters of opinion and interpretation as well as to describe matters of fact
– Develop effective processes for writing in different contexts and to use a variety of strategies for discovering, developing and analysing data and ideas, for making sense, revising and editing

 

Sample syllabus:

Listening:
Specialised lectures and presentations which use a high degree of colloquialism, regional usage or unfamiliar terminology

Reading:
All forms of written language including abstract, structurally complex or highly colloquial literary and nonliterary writings

Speaking:
Idiomatic expressions and colloquialisms
Idioms and phrasal verbs
Word formation: suffix endings
Prepositional phrases
Phrases: nouns with related verbs
Homophones
Abstract nouns
Pronunciation: contrastive clauses
Aspects of the future
Degrees of likelihood

Writing:
Complex reports, articles that present a case or give critical appreciation of proposals / literary works

 

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