By the end of this level, students can understand everyday life conversations and talk about them in a very comfortable way. Their English also enables them to briefly discuss more intricate topics and share their opinions on them.
At this level, students learn about and how to use a variety of modals, which makes their English sound more “natural” and idiomatic. They can also express themselves using almost any verb tense. They still make mistakes, but it doesn’t prevent them from being understood by native speakers. Students are getting closer to fluency.
After completing Level Two, students can write on a variety of topics and can do so in a fairly organized, coherent way. Good grammar skills and vocabulary knowledge have been acquired; therefore, they can focus on developing technical skills at the next level.