Is Q English Advanced the right level for you?
Q English Advanced offers you everything you need to master your English skills.Q English – Advanced is the right level for you if:
||you have an advanced level of English.|
||you have excellent reading skills – and can read detailed instructions, articles, and reports.|
||you want to obtain an expansive vocabulary and perfect your grammar.|
||you can understand conversations on a wide range of topics – and wish to expand this further.|
||you want to be able to write detailed essays, reports, and letters.|
||you want to be able to discuss complex issues – such as environmental problems, |
science, history, and natural disasters.
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What You Will Learn
Q English Advanced teaches you new vocabulary and helps you to perfect all four skills – reading, writing, speaking, and listening.
By the end of the course, you will be able to....
- newspaper articles that express complex opinions or arguments.
- texts quickly enough to succeed in an academic course.
- correspondence (letters, emails etc) expressed in high-level language.
- articles on difficult topics – such as genetics or anthropology.
- professional correspondence, letters, and business e-mails.
- academic essays on a range of topics – such as science or history.
- notes in a business meeting or lecture.
- letters to friends and colleagues on most subjects.
- in meetings and seminars on topics that you know.
- in everyday conversations for an extended period of time.
- about abstract or cultural topics with a good degree of fluency.
- about difficult or controversial subjects such as genetic engineering or bionics – and argue for
or against a case.
- essays, research, and articles on a range of topics.
- videos on current events and controversial topics – such as environmental issues.
- theoretical arguments and personal opinions.
- conversations on everyday subjects and abstract topics.