Levels of English Courses

Your level will be determined using The Council of Europe global scale of English language levels. Our levels are described as follows:

A1 – Starter

You can understand and use everyday expressions and basic phrases in a simple way. You can introduce yourself and others and ask and answer simple personal questions. You can interact in a simple way provided the other person talks slowly and clearly and helps.

A2 – Elementary to Pre – Intermediate

You can understand sentences and frequently used expressions on areas of immediate relevance. You can communicate in simple and routine tasks on familiar matters. You can describe your background and immediate environment needs in simple terms.

B1 – Pre-Intermediate to Intermediate

You can understand the main points of clear input on familiar matters that you regularly encounter. You can produce simple connected text on familiar topics. You can describe experiences and events and give brief reasons and explanations for opinions and plans.

B2 – Intermediate to Upper Intermediate

You can understand the main ideas of complex text, including technical discussions in your field of specialisation. You can interact with fluency and spontaneity, making regular interaction with native speakers possible without any strain.

C1 – Advanced

You can express ideas fluently and spontaneously without searching for expressions. You can use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes. You can produce clear, well structured, detailed text on complex subjects.

C2 – Proficiency
This is the highest level of English fluency, comparable with native speakers of English.

How much do English Lessons Cost?

In the UK, English language lessons cost an average of £20 to £30. This national average can vary depending on the location of your lessons, the length, and frequency of lessons. If you plan to book multiple English lessons, inquire if your teacher offers English language lesson packages. 

Learning English can give you an advantage in your literature and language studies. Whether you’re new to the English language or you’re hoping to improve your skills, a tutor can guide you as you learn. A tutor can also help you understand grammar rules to improve your use of English.


Whether you’re starting out or already know a bit of English, lessons are a great way to improve your skills.

Are you hoping to improve how well you speak English? Lessons are a great way to get more comfortable with casual conversations.

Or perhaps you hope to become fluent in English. A tutor will help you expand your understanding of English through regular lessons that lead to fluency.

You may also plan to use English in a professional or academic setting. You’ll need to have a firm grasp on advanced concepts with a larger vocabulary. Keep your goal in mind as you learn to motivate you and help you focus on the right approach as you learn.

Distance vs. In-Person

You can choose to meet your tutor in person or online for language lessons. These options are sure to make learning easy. Pick the type that works with your own goals and learning style.

Distance lessons are a great option if you have time to set aside for dedicated work at home. If you have some knowledge of English, this can help you improve your reading and writing skills.

Meeting with your tutor is a great way to work on dialogue and speaking skills. As you learn, you’ll receive guidance. Your tutor can also help you stay on task and focused.

Student’s Experience

Make sure to let your tutor know of your current experience and skill level. This can help them plan more effective lessons. With more effective, tailored lessons you’ll reach your goals faster!

Include information on speaking, writing, and reading. Do you have a certain area where you’re looking for more focused help? If you’re preparing for exams, perhaps you’re hoping for a tutor’s help with your writing skills.

If the language is brand new to you then your tutor will start you off with the essentials. They will design lessons to introduce the basic building blocks of English in an easily digestible way. That way you’re sure to succeed.

Learning Materials

As you get ready to start your lessons, consider investing in other materials to help you learn. It’s important to spend extra time practising. Workbooks can help you focus on grammar, spelling, and other important skills.

You may also want to choose short stories and books for learning English. Reading is another great way to become familiar with the language.

Ask your tutor to recommend titles to help find the right books for your needs. They can point you to general books or ones to help you work on specific skills.


If visions of long days behind a desk are intimidating, don’t worry!
It’s actually best to keep your lessons short and focused. That way, your mind will be fresh and ready to learn.

You’ll be able to book lessons for 30 minutes to 1 hour in length, depending on what works with your schedule.

Make sure to plan ahead for how often you’ll meet with your tutor. Try for at least once a week to stay on top of your studies and improve your skills. You’ll also want to determine how long you’ll need to take lessons. Use your goals as a guide!


Type of private classes

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Private English Lessons Daytime 
General English, Business English



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