All European languages follow the CEFR, Common European Framework of References for languages. The CEFR organizes language proficiency in six levels, A1 to C2. Currently we offer each level from A1 to B2. If you are looking for a higher level, please write to us with your specific requirements.

We recommend A1 if you are just exploring the language.

We recommend a B2 or C1 if you are looking to teach or secure a job in which the language will be your primary mode of communication.


This course includes:

A1 - B2

4 Levels

Course duration


Course Material

Study pack

Access to Online Resources

Why English with IFLAC?

1. Stand out in the job market

With certification from IFLAC, students gain the opportunity to enrol in universities abroad, become language trainers at multinational companies and international schools, as well as relocate for better job opportunities. Additionally, we offer career counselling services to help students plan their move abroad for studying or working purposes

2. Proven experience

Over the past 15 years, we have taught foreign languages to thousands of students. We believe in a holistic approach to language teaching, encompassing reading, writing, listening, speaking, and grammar. Our creative pedagogy engages students on all fronts, and our learners demonstrate consistency and a willingness to invest the time needed to master the language.

3. Join a community of IFLAC learners

Upon graduating from the English tutorial class at IFLAC, students become part of a community of language enthusiasts with diverse experiences. Whether it's learning about study abroad programs, forming travel groups, or simply finding new friends to practise language skills, IFLAC provides a space for like-minded individuals to connect through language.

4. Well- Equipped Classes

Our classrooms are equipped with audio and video equipment, fully furnished, and offer ample space for interactive lessons. Our centre features a library with books in multiple languages, audio resources, and an archive of materials for exam preparation. Students are welcome to use the space for post-class studying or to meet with students from other courses.

5. Our innovative virtual learning platform

Our online platform is data compliant and pre-loaded with books, games, activities, and study materials, providing students with easy access at their fingertips. Our platform also includes a forum, eliminating the need to use multiple social media platforms to connect with other students and teachers. It offers a space for language learners to interact with their peers and professors.
To know the fee for this course, Contact us for details

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Oral Communcations

  • using familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases
  • describing work and school
  • asking for and giving opinions
  • asking about the day, time and the date and telling time
  • describing schedules and routines
  • talking about activities in the free time, sports and hobbies
  • discussing preferences and likes
  • making comparisons
  • buying and selling things
  • making excuses
  • being able to talk about family
  • talking about past events, past experiences
  • describing the neighborhood
  • describing people’s appearance,
  • describing hometowns, cities & countries and talking about the climate
  • ordering a meal
  • talking about plans in the future
  • writing a postcard and an invitation
  • filling in a form


  • the alphabet and pronunciation
  • articles – definite and indefinite
  • subject and object pronouns
  • statements (affirmative and negative) and questions
  • w-questions
  • h-questions
  • yes/no questions
  • time expressions
  • possessives and demonstratives
  • comparisons (comparative adjectives) and simple superlatives (best)
  • verbs in the simple present tense
  • verbs in the past simple tense
  • verbs in the simple future tense
  • verbs in the present perfect tense
  • there is/there are
  • modal verbs
  • verbs + infinitive
  • simple adverbs and adjectives
  • prepositions of place
  • conjunctions (and, but, if…)

Socio-Cultural Aspects

  • introducing oneself and others and ask and answer simple questions about personal details
  • using polite forms of greetings and farewells
  • apologising
  • differentiating between I want and I would like

Oral Communcations

  • talking about oneself, ones’ educational background, ones’ job, ones’ family, ones’ neighbourhood
  • talk about hobbies and daily activities
  • asking for goods in a shop where goods are displayed
  • ordering a meal in a restaurant and appreciating food
  • reading and writing recipes
  • booking a hotel room
  • asking for basic services in a post office or bank
  • indicating the nature of a medical problem
  • making inquiries about a journey and reservations at a travel agency
  • asking for the way and giving directions
  • reading notices, posters, catalogues, timetables, brochures, menus, advertisements, signs
  • writing notes and simple messages
  • describing events and daily activities


  • complex subject and object pronouns
  • complex statements
  • time expressions(for, since…)
  • comparatives and superlatives
  • verbs in the past simple tense
  • verbs in the past perfect tense
  • verbs in the imperative mood
  • modal verbs for necessity, requests and suggestions
  • complex adverbs and adjectives, adverbs before adjectives
  • prepositions
  • can, could, should, may…
  • reporting speech (with tell and ask)
  • if conditionals
  • gerunds
  • imperative

Socio-Cultural Aspects

  • Listening to a radio talk-show
  • Watching a TV Game-show
  • Leaving telephone messages
  • Writing an article for the magazine
  • Writing a review for a restaurant
  • Cellphone and telephone numbers, etiquette and manners
  • Describing and writing about carnivals, monuments, countries and cities
  • Talking about changes in the world

Oral Communcations

  • understanding the main points of texts, conversations and input of standard topics
  • dealing with situations likely to arise whilst travelling
  • describing experiences and events, dreams, hopes & ambitions
  • giving reasons, opinions, justifications and explanations
  • reacting to opinions
  • giving advice
  • describing movies, books and art
  • expressing regret
  • making predictions
  • expressing the future in the past
  • asking for permissions


  • verbs in the conditional tense
  • verbs in the present perfect continuous tense
  • simple past vs. past perfect
  • past continuous vs. simple past
  • simple present vs. present progressive
  • verbs in the subjunctive mood
  • modal verbs in the past
  • clauses with because
  • passive voice
  • unreal if conditionals
  • can, could, should, may…
  • reporting speech requests, statements, invitations and excuses
  • two or more adjectives
  • two adverbs (quite well, really fast…)
  • if I were…
  • ‘do’ for emphasis
  • contractions (won’t, wouldn’t…)
  • complex prepositions

Socio-Cultural Aspects

  • understanding interviews of famous people
  • reading interpersonal interviews and news reports
  • reading autobiographies
  • presenting research papers
  • presenting a speech
  • conducting a debate
  • understanding jokes and humour
  • watching simple Ted talks
  • etiquette followed by the Royal Family

Oral Communcations

  • understanding the main ideas of texts, conversations and input of concrete and abstract topics; sometimes technical and specialised
  • expressing their own viewpoints and sharing advantages and disadvantages
  • dealing with a wide range of situations and domains
  • reacting to and reviewing magazines, internet articles, biographies, fictional excerpts and online newspapers
  • developing informal and formal content in the form of letters, articles, etc.,
  • discussing controversies, crimes and issues
  • talking about habits in the present compared to the past


  • verb system in the English language
    • verb forms in the future
    • verbs in the future perfect tense
    • simple and continuous aspects
    • narrative verb forms
    • uses of auxiliaries
    • uses of modal verbs (in the perfect tense)
    • prepositional verbs
    • suffixes
    • state verbs
    • phrasal verbs
    • reflexive pronouns
  • clauses (defining, non-defining and reduced relative clauses)
  • second and third conditionals
  • passive voice
  • compound nouns and adjectives
  • homonyms
  • deductions and conclusions

Socio-Cultural Aspects

  • understanding idioms
  • understanding colloquial speech
  • using business and domain specific collocations
  • preparing for a detailed debate, speech or presentation
  • differentiating between formal, informal and semi-formal forms of speech and writing

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