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Express English and conversation classes

This course is grammar and vocabulary based. You will also practice conversation, listening, pronunciation, reading and writing. The class takes place 6 hours per week.

This class has 4 levels from beginner I to intermediate II. After completion, the student will be eligible for our upper level courses.

Call 513-702-9787 or email carment@conversa.edu

Private Tutoring

Customized experience for every student. Contact us for more information! Call 513-702-9787 or email carment@conversa.edu 

TOEFL Preparation

Prepare for the reading, writing, listening, and speaking tasks for the TOEFL. Learn valuable study skills for any university. 

*Available to students who test into Intermediate 2 (B1 level) or higher*

Limited availability. Please contact us to see if the course is open. Call us for pricing. Call 513-702-9787 or email carment@conversa.edu

English For Business

Improve your professional English through studying real-life businesses cases. Study grammar, vocabulary, listening, and speaking relating to doing business in the international marketplace.

We offer one level of Business English: Upper Intermediate. This course is open to students who test into B1 and above. 

Call us for pricing. Call 513-702-9787 or email: carment@conversa.edu

Take a placement Test

Take a free placement test here. If you have already submitted an application, email your test results to apply@conversa.edu.

Submit an Application

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English Level Guide

Beginner (A1-A2)

Students in Beginner typically have limited exposure to English. Students may struggle comprehend everyday speech and have difficulty reading anything other than the most basic texts.

Intermediate (B1-B2)

Students in Intermediate have had significant experience using English in their daily lives but still have difficulty with grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, reading, and overall communication.

Advanced (B2-C1)

Advanced students can independently live and work in an English-speaking country. They may be able to succeed at university course work or in a demanding, fast-paced career. Advanced students typically are looking to make progress in their English skills in order to reach a level of native-fluency or they feel that they have some weakness in writing, pronunciation, or communication.