introduction

The International English language Testing System, or IELTS™, as it is popularly called, is an English Language proficiency test that opens doors to a world of academic and professional opportunity in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, UK, USA and many other countries around the world where English is a language in the workplace or the classroom. The IELTS test is co-owned by: IDP: IELTS Australia, the British Council and Cambridge English Language Assessment.

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Parul Manhas Managing Director MAKK
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Mrs. Parul Manhas

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CEFRL LEVELS:

Our courses are based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL) which is an international standard to describe language ability across reading, writing, listening and speaking.  In your consultation we will help you understand your current English language level, what you want to achieve and find which course is best for you.

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Courses Included
Everyday English
Business Communication Skills
Introduction to Creative Writing
IELTS Preparation – Regular (8 WEEKS)
IELTS Preparation – Intensive (4 WEEKS)
IELTS Preparation Crash Course (10 DAYS)

Listening

It has 4 sections and 40 questions in all. It lasts for 40 minutes including 10 minutes transfer time for the answers to the main answer sheet.

Reading

Reading has 3 passages, 40 questions in all. Candidates are given only 1 hour to complete reading.

Reading has 3 passages, 40 questions in all. Candidates are given only 1 hour to complete reading.

Writing

It has 2 writing tasks. Task 1 is primarily Report writing (explaining diagrams and charts). Essay on task 1 must not be less than 150 words. Students are advised to spend 20 minutes on this task.

It also has 2 writing tasks. Task- 1 presents a Letter Prompt (formal or informal). Students must write at least 150 words for the same. Task 2 is the same as that of the Academic Module.

Speaking

Speaking has 3 parts and lasts for 11-14 minutes. It is done on a one-to-one basis with the student and mostly on another day.

A0/A1 English (Beginner/Elementary)

• A0 is a beginner level, where a person is able to say and understand just a few words or phrases, or he/she may have no knowledge of English at all. A1 is elementary level.
• He/she can understand and use very frequently-used everyday expressions as well as simple phrases to meet immediate needs.
• He/she can interact in a simple way provided the other person talks slowly and clearly and is prepared to cooperate.

A2 English (Below Intermediate)

• Level A2 corresponds to those users who can understand basic expressions and communicate in a simple manner.
• He/she can understand sentences and frequently-used expressions related to the areas of experience most immediately relevant to him/her.
• He/she can communicate in simple, everyday tasks requiring no more than a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and routine matters.

B1 English (Intermediate)

• Levels B1 and B2 correspond to independent users of the language, i.e. those who can fluently communicate without effort with native speakers.
• Understand the main points of clear texts about familiar topics, such as work, study and leisure
• He/She should be able to describe experiences, events, wishes and aspirations, as well as briefly justifying opinions or explaining plans.

B2 English (Intermediate)

• Levels B1 and B2 correspond to independent users of the language, i.e. those who can fluently communicate without effort with native speakers.
• Understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics, including technical discussions in their field of specialization.
• Interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with native speakers possible without strain for either party
• Produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects and explain a viewpoint on a topical issue giving the advantages and disadvantages of various options.

C1 English (Advanced)

• Levels C1 and C2 correspond to proficient users of the language, i.e. those able to perform complex tasks in a wide range of scenarios.
• Understand a wide range of more demanding, longer texts, and recognise their implicit meaning
• Express themselves fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for the right expression
• Use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes
• Produce clear, well-structured, detailed texts on complex subjects.

C2 English (Advanced)

• Levels C1 and C2 correspond to proficient users of the language, i.e. those able to perform complex tasks related to work and study.
• Understand with ease practically everything they hear or read
• Summarize information and arguments from different spoken and written sources, and present them coherently and concisely
• Express themselves spontaneously, very fluently and precisely, differentiating subtleties of meaning even in more complex situations.

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