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Study English Level C1

English level C1 (Advanced) is the fifth CEFR English language level.We provide the international CEFR description, followed by study targets. 

At the end of English level C1, you can:

  • Understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts, and recognize implicit meaning.

  • Express yourself fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions.

  • Use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes.

  • Produce clear, well-structured, detailed text on complex subjects, with controlled use of organizational patterns, connectors and cohesive devices.

Study Targets For English Level C1

Here are our study targets for the key components of English Level C1.       

English Communication (C1)

  • Expressing feelings and attitudes

  • Emphasizing an issue or a feeling

  • Expressing opinions tentatively

  • Developing an argument systematically

  • Negotiating and conceding

  • Describing cause and effect

  • Expressing empathy and sympathy

  • Expressing reservations

  • Speculating about events in past, present, future

  • Discussing complex subjects in detail

English Vocabulary (C1)

  • Life experiences and lifestyles

  • Books and literature

  • Money and business

  • News and current affairs

  • Global issues

  • Technology

  • Scientific developments

  • Vague language

  • Colloquial expressions

  • Idiomatic expressions

English Grammar (C1)

  • Futures (revision)

  • Passives (all forms)

  • Compound adjectives and modifying gradable adjectives

  • Adverbs and adverbial phrases: degree

  • Modals in the past

  • Mixed conditionals

  • Ellipsis and substitution

  • Adding emphasis - cleft sentences

  • Adding emphasis - inversion with negative adverbials

  • Multiword verbs

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