PEARSON ENGLISH INTERACTIVE LEVEL 4

The final level in the English course delves into the more technical aspects of the language: how to add prefixes and suffixes to adjectives, suggesting possibilities with modals, understanding the difference between literal and figurative expressions and uncovering meanings behind common phrasal verbs.
The final level in the English course delves into the more technical aspects of the language: how to add prefixes and suffixes to adjectives, suggesting possibilities with modals, understanding the difference between literal and figurative expressions and uncovering meanings behind common phrasal verbs.

The final level in the English course delves into the more technical aspects of the language: how to add prefixes and suffixes to adjectives, suggesting possibilities with modals, understanding the difference between literal and figurative expressions and uncovering meanings behind common phrasal verbs. Upon mastery, it enables students to play with the flexibility of words in their dialogues or written works. This same flexibility in language can translate into better efficiency in terms of identifying problems and creating solutions, which is especially important in a professional setting. In the same vein, from giving compliments to resolving disagreements, students would have picked up the required abilities to carry out effective communication in English Interactive Level 4.

Course duration: 4 months
Lesson duration: 3 hours

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