General English CEFR Level C1

General English Level C1

From this page, you can access all of our CEFR Level C1 lessons. To find out what skills you will have when you have completed CEFR Level C1, scroll down to the bottom of the page.

100 words for CEFR Level C1 list 4

100 words for CEFR Level C1 list 4 These 100 words for CEFR Level C1 list 4 are designed to help you improve your general English skills, but also to ...
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100 words for CEFR Level C1 list 3

100 words for CEFR Level C1 list 3 These 100 words for CEFR Level C1 list 3 are designed to help you improve your general English skills, but also to ...
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100 words for CEFR Level C1 list 2

100 words for CEFR Level C2 list 2 These 100 words for CEFR Level C2 list 2 are designed to help you improve your general English skills, but also to ...
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100 words for CEFR Level C1 list 1

100 words for CEFR Level C2 list 1 These 100 words for CEFR Level C2 list 1 are designed to help you improve your general English skills, but also to ...
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SKILLS: Internet English

Internet English NOTE: This lesson contains language that some may find offensive. Read on at your own discretion. Facebook, Twitter, emails - a lot of English conversations happen online these ...
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Essay writing – writing an introduction

There are three main sections to think about when essay writing - writing an introduction, the body and the conclusion. In this lesson, 'essay writing - writing an introduction' we ...
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GRAMMAR: Relative clauses – defining and non defining

Parts of a sentence that identify people, things or add some additional information are called relative clauses. They often begin with either a question word (who, what, where, which etc) ...
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GRAMMAR: Participle clauses – EXERCISES

Before attempting these exercises, we recommend you take a look at the introductory lesson first. Click here to read the lesson. Re-write the following into a single sentence using a ...
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GRAMMAR: Participle clauses

Participle clauses are used in some tenses, but they also have another use - they can combine information into one sentence. Participle clauses often express condition, reason, cause, result or ...
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GRAMMAR: Reported speech

Reported speech, also called indirect speech, is what happens when we are telling someone about what another person said. Here is an example of direct and reported speech: Direct speech: ...
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GRAMMAR: Reported speech – EXERCISES

Have you read the information page on reported speech? Click here to read it before you try the reported speech exercises. Remember to register to get email updates. Complete the ...
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GRAMMAR: Causative verbs – EXERCISES

Causative verbs exercises Have you read the information page on causative verbs? Click here to read it before you try the causative verbs exercises. Remember to register to get email ...
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GRAMMAR: Causative verbs

Causative verbs, as the name suggests, are used when we want to talk about somebody causing something to take place but not actually performing the action. In sentences including causative ...
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Using idioms in English exercises

Have you read the information page on English idioms? Click here to read it before you try the English idioms exercises. Remember to register to get email updates. Complete the ...
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GRAMMAR: The past perfect – EXERCISES

Have you read the information page on the past perfect simple and continuous tenses? Click here to read it before you try the past perfect simple and continuous exercises. Remember ...
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READING: Level C1 Reading practice – EXERCISE 1

The Populating of New Zealand There are many myths and legends surrounding New Zealand’s history, but what is certain is that Maori settled in the country long before the arrival ...
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SPEAKING: Direct and indirect questions

When asking for information in English you can use direct and indirect questions. There are differences in sentence structure and levels of politeness and formality. In English, a basic question ...
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TENSES: The past perfect

Past perfect simple and continuous are used to talk about an 'earlier' past when you are also talking about another (more recent) past situation. In general terms, while both past ...
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GRAMMAR: Transitive and intransitive verbs

Transitive and intransitive verbs have different rules when you use them to make sentences. Read the two sentences that follow. They contain examples of transitive and intransitive verbs. Do you ...
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GRAMMAR: The present perfect continuous

Present perfect tenses are used to talk about situations that connect the past to now. Present perfect continuous is formed using: have / has + been + [verb] + ing ...
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