What is the minimal percentage (%) you need to pass the level?

You need 80%. 


How can I use the language I'm learning in my everyday life? 

Mention at least 3 ideas.

- Watch movies and series

- Read books

- Listen to audiobooks, podcasts, songs and news

- Sing! Karaoke!

- Change the language of your computer and phone

- Write down new words and look for them in the dictionary

- Write down your day tasks in the language

- Acquire study habits, less is more, get used to studying at least 10-15 minutes every day


Where can I find the class material?

- In the Dashboard.


What do we expect from you, as a student, outside the session? Mention at least 2 ideas.

- That you spend time, regularly, deepening your knowledge in the library and/or description of the session, even if they are 5-10 minutes a day.

- That you appropriate your learning process and guide yourself with the feedback you receive during the session

- That you take initiatives to soak the language and integrate it into your daily life, learn by doing!

- That you look to solve your doubts


What content can I find in the description of the session? 

Mention at least 2.

- Grammar explanations

- Infographics about grammar

- Videos about grammar

- Quizzes

- Tips to improve your skills

- Definition of Degrees of skillfulness


Describe the Pronunciation skill.

Is the ability to recognize the sound patterns of a language, enunciating and modulating the voice to adjust the speech correctly.


Does doing a course once mean level passing? Respond yes or no, and justify.    

No, 1 course is not equivalent to 1 level, therefore, it doesn't mean failing, it's normal and expected to repeat a level more than once. The amount of courses necessary per level depends on each student. The idea is to progress continuously and incrementally in each course.


How many language levels exist according to the Common European Reference Framework (MCER)? 

- There are 5 specific levels, they go from A1 (beginner) to C (advanced).

- They serve to define what the student ""can do"" in communicative terms according to their level.

- They serve to group students according to similar capacities and thus facilitate interaction.