Do you want to actively use the language and socialize while working intensively on your speaking skills?

Learn in a small group with soldiers from other NATO countries

Level 3 (Group 2), start date: January 19th 2022, 6:00-7:30 PM.  In Progress 
Level 3 (Group 1),  start date: January 18th 2022, 6:00-7:30 PM

How Does it Work?
  • Classes take place once a week on Zoom in a group of maximum 4 soldiers
  • Students are divided according to the exam levels (L2 or L3)
  • Breakout rooms for speaking in pairs
  • Discussions and debates
  • Classes focus both on FLUENCY and ACCURACY (recording weekly audio homework and receiving feedback on it as well as on writing tasks)
  • Writing tasks are submitted and marked on Google Classroom platform (you will receive a link to access it)
  • The curriculum was created according to STANAG 6001 requirements
  • Students receive weekly checklists with reading (articles, exam reading) and listening tasks (podcasts, TED TALKS, videos, exam listening)
  • Monthly mock exams
  • (LEVEL 3) Briefing practice and discussing world conflicts 
  • If you can’t be present and miss a class – no worries, I will send you the class recording so that you can catch up with the group.


279 / 12-week course
  • 90-minute classes
  • One payment in advance
  • Evening timetable
  • Based on Stanag Requirements
  • Level 3 Intensive course - in progress
  • Next course: AUTUMN 2022

In order to book your SPOT in a group – send me an email at: 

Break the language barrier in real communication.
LEVEL 3 classes take place once a week – on TUESDAYS at 6.00 PM.
They start on 18th January 2022 and end on 5th April 2022.
(=12 weeks of classes in total) 
LEVEL 3 classes take place once a week – on WEDNESDAYS at 6.00 PM.
They start on 19th January 2022 and end on 6th April 2022.
(= 12 weeks in total)
Interested in Level 2 group? Send me a message and we will see what we can do about it.

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