By the end of Level One, students are able to understand conversations on a variety of topics and speak at a more natural speed. They are also able to understand different tones and accents, and their pronunciation is more refined.
Throughout Level One, students build on the knowledge acquired in the Intro Level. The most important grammar points from Intro Level are briefly reviewed, and new key concepts are introduced, such as modal verbs and more complicated verb tenses. By the end of the level, students can express their opinions, tell stories, and react to what is said.
Students learn to add depth and subtlety to their writing by using expressions, vocabulary, and punctuation in a more efficient way. They are able to oppose, compare and contrast ideas, develop opinions, and be more organized.