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Help and Top Tips

FAQs

WHAT IS CEFR?

These are levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)–an international standard for describing language ability. Our teachers are all very familiar with all the different levels of CEFR

WHAT IS LEVEL A2/B1/B2/C1…?

These are key levels of the CEFR. Soon we will be adding more and more courses that follow that framework

WHAT IS IELTS?

International English Language Testing System. It is the most popular test for testing English language proficiency. All our teachers have experience of teaching and preparing students to take the different levels

WILL THERE BE MORE LESSONS?

Yes, LOTS more lessons at different levels and more specialised lessons.

CAN I CHANGE MY COURSE?

Yes. Simply click the enrol button for the course you want on your “MY PROFILE” page

CAN I DO MORE THAN ONE COURSE?

Yes. You can do ALL the courses if you want to! You need to enrol in one course at any one time. But, you can change courses as much as you like and you can see your progress with each course! To change course, just click the ‘enrol’ button each time on your profile page

CAN I WATCH ANY LESSON?

Yes of course. Go to the course page and watch any available lesson ..and do the test as well

But it won’t appear on your progress bar unless you enrol in that course

WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO LEARN WITH PERFECTLY SPOKEN?

Good question. Students can learn and improve their English in different ways because our system is so flexible. Have a look at these TOP TIPS to help you understand the best way for you to learn

Top Tips

How to make the most of Perfectly Spoken

Advice from students and teachers

Take the level test.

It’s free and takes just 10 minutes

It’s not perfect but it will give you a good idea of which course you should start your English language learning journey with at Perfectly Spoken

Focus

You can learn on your mobile on your laptop but like most things that are good for you,

You need to make sure you can focus on the lesson and not have too many distractions; so try and find somewhere quiet where you can concentrate

Watch and watch again

As with many things, the second (or even third ) time of us doing something, that thing becomes

easier to understand –easier to do! So watch and watch the lesson again, pause and think about the content.

Test yourself

Your teacher will often ask you questions during the lesson so stop the video, think about the answer and even write it down and then continue the recording

If you get something wrong, go back and watch again and test yourself again

Finally, when you are ready to do the lesson test, think very carefully about your answers. You can take most tests again but the FIRST time you do it is the most important one

Establish a routine

On average we suggest taking 2 lessons a week for you at your level, but remember you need to make sure you understand everything and do the lesson test before you move on to the next lesson.

Practice with us with Live lessons

At the moment we offer 2 free FB live lessons every week which gives students a chance to practice and interact with our teachers –your teacher. You should take advantage of these. Even if you can’t attend the live lesson, you can always watch the lesson at a later time

In the future we will be offering lots more exciting opportunities to practice..

Experiment

You need to enrol on one course at a time. It’s a good idea to watch each lesson in order in the course to make good progress. But, remember you can change courses at any time if the course is too easy or too difficult

And of course you can watch ANY lesson of at any level… so experiment!

Ask Us

If you have doubts, questions or you need some help with something you really don’t understand, just send us a message and either your course teacher or one of our experts at PS will try and help you