English Upper Intermediate 1
The language course English Upper Intermediate 1 is suitable for students with a reasonably advanced knowledge of English. For example, you should be able to discuss symptoms or complaints with a family doctor and to understand a television programme about a familiar topic.
This course focuses on reading, writing, speaking and listening. Grammar and vocabulary are also addressed as components of these skills.
During English Upper Intermediate 1, you will learn how to write and tell stories. In the process, you will use vocabulary to indicate cause and effect (caused by, effect and affect) and use descriptive language (disappointing, mind-blowing, dull and unforgettable).
Skills you will have mastered by the end of this course include being able to understand complex spoken instructions and being able to carry on a fluent conversation without having to think for long about your response. You will also be able to understand the content of a news report, article or blog with ease.
The grammar covered in English Upper Intermediate 1 includes the formation of positive and negative questions (Why isn’t my computer working?) and indirect questions (Can you tell me…?). By the end of this course you will be familiar with many different verb forms in the present and past tenses.
Boost your English before English Upper Intermediate 1
If you have completed English Pre-Intermediate 2, you can start English Upper Intermediate 1 without an intake assessment. If you feel that your active English-language skills after English Pre-Intermediate 2 could use a boost, you could also choose to first take the Everyday English course, which focuses primarily on active language usage (including speaking, conversation and vocabulary).
AssessmentThe intake procedure for this course comprises: intake interview, online test
After you have registered for this course, we will invite you for an assessment to determine your level. We recommend that you enrol at least two weeks before the start of the course. If you enrol later than this, we cannot guarantee there will be time for the intake procedure. If you have completed the English Pre-Intermediate 2 course at UvA Talen, an assesment will not be necessary.
Schedule and registration
This course is also available as a crash course in December.
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