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Business Services: English Level 2A

Course Duration: 10, 12, 15, 20 weeks or upon request

Our courses are offered on an ongoing basis throughout the year and students can register at all times.


AFSL Pro English Level 2A
– Course Highlights

For whom is the class meant?
     AFSL Pro - Language Levels

The Low-Intermediate course is intended as a review of the basic structures of the language. Knowledge of the language is enlarged progressively and what has been learned is further developed. It deals with themes taken from everyday life and addresses students who are already familiar with basic speech acts such as introducing themselves, asking directions, etc., and who manage to pick out main ideas if expressed in clear, standard language.


What is the main content of the English
Level 2A Course?

The All Skills learning program for low intermediates allows students to work on all the skills and knowledge areas of the target language.

All the activities, resources and exercises of the Rosetta Stone® Advantage method are included, enabling students to establish a close link between comprehension and production.

This varied learning program allows students to review concepts and rules they have already learned, to maintain their current level, or to progress even further. Reading, writing, speaking and listening, as well as grammar, pronunciation and vocabulary, are all included.  


Highlights from English Level 2A (Low-Intermediate)

At the end of this course, you will be able to: 

  • ask questions about the weather forecast and name and describe the weather conditions encountered in the past
  • understand texts that consist mainly of high frequency everyday language
  • make plans to go on vacation and describe what you pack in your suitcases
  • describe your tastes in music and other leisure activities
  • talk about your plans to go out and state your likes and dislikes
  • understand the description of events, feelings and wishes in personal letters
  • enter unprepared into conversation on topics that are familiar, of personal interest or pertinent to everyday life (e.g. family, hobbies, work, travel and current events)
  • write simple connected text on topics which are familiar or of personal interest
  • learn to answer the questions you might be asked at the airport upon arrival
  • state where you are going, for how long and with whom
  • order breakfast and ask the waiter questions
  • send back something you ordered, order something else, and express your dissatisfaction
  • learn vocabulary to do with the postal service: sending a parcel, express delivery, registered mail, etc
     

What are the main grammar points covered in this class?

You will learn about: 

  • construction and use of the preterite (Simple Past)
  • the Simple Present and the Present Continuous
  • question tags
  • “The same . . . as”
  • “Everybody” – “Nobody”
  • adverbs of time
  • the adverb “that”
  • “To get” + adjective
  • the near future: BE + ING
  • possessive pronouns
  • construction of compound nouns
  • use of “so” to express a goal
  • “Also” – “As well” – “Too”
  • use of the Present Conditional​
  • regular and irregular comparatives 
  • regular and irregular superlatives
  • “Can” – “Could” – “To be able to”
  • the Present Subjunctive
  • construction and use of the Present Perfect Continuous
  • “Either . . . or” – “Neither . . . nor”
  • direct and indirect questions
  • “Would like:” expressing wishes
  • the use and omission of “the”
  • “Little” – “A little” – “Much”
  • adjectives ending in “–ing”
  • “Too” – “Too much”
  • placement of “enough”
  • “As much as” – “As many as”
  • more uses of the possessive
  • “For” – “Since” – “Ago”

English courses 2A

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Private English Course Level 2A

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Semi-Private English Course Level 2A

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Small-Group English Courses

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Customized Training 

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  • we will be happy to design a custom-made training formula that exceeds your expectations

Certification Policy

AFSL Pro is a training institution registered at Emploi-Québec (Commission des partenaires du marché du travail or CPMT) under the 1% law, which supports the development of the up-dating of manpower skills (certificate of registration # 0055661).

At the end of the course, you will receive two training certificates, one from AFSL Pro, in accordance with the regulations of the Quebec’s Competency Act, and the other from Rosetta Stone® Advantage
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