Wall Street English offers 20 English levels for students ranging from beginners to advanced, which are aligned with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). We offer the assurance of learning alongside these standards which are internationally recognized.
Survival stage: Levels 1 – 2
Survival is designed for learners who are at the very beginning of studying English. The content and exercises at the Survival stage provide you with the basic framework for recognizing and using the language, like asking and answering simple questions, telling the time, and ordering a meal.
Waystage stage: Levels 3 – 5
At Waystage, you will learn to express yourself in everyday situations to accomplish basic tasks, such as describing your daily routine, your preferences and asking for directions.
Upper Waystage stage: Levels 6 – 9
At this stage you can hold a conversation with a good degree of fluency, read simple books, newspapers, web content, and technical documents, and write short letters and business reports.
Threshold stage: Levels 10 – 13
At Threshold stage, you can converse with a high degree of fluency and are able to comprehend complex ideas expressed in English. You can communicate comfortably about everyday topics when travelling or socializing, and make your point confidently, such as when making a complaint. You can follow television shows and films, and express your opinion about them.
Milestone stage: Levels 14 – 17
At this stage you will reinforce your English proficiency through dialogues, role-plays, and reading texts designed to expand your vocabulary and introduce new sentence structures. You will be able to communicate more effectively with native speakers and defend your point of view on a wide range of topics, such as social problems or medical issues.
Mastery stage: Levels 17 – 20
This stage ensures you continue to improve your fluency and master complex expressions. You can communicate fluently with native speakers in any situation, and express your opinion about complex issues, such as the economy or technological advances. You can understand and use idiomatic expressions.
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