FAQ: Series Description - Lower Intermediate
- Join Chihiro and Daniel and learn casual conversational English that you’ll hear if you’re living or working in the United States. In this series, you’ll learn how to make appointments, talk on the phone, shop in a store and more! You’ll also learn interesting cultural tips you won’t find in a textbook!
- Join Mike in this 25-lesson series and learn German for understanding apartment ads and job ads, writing a job application and CV, going to a job interview, filling out a visa form and more! This series is the perfect opportunity to test how far your German has progressed or to brush it up a little.
- In this 25-lesson series, you’ll follow the story of Giulia, an Italian woman living in Italy, and her friends and co-workers. You will learn how to talk about current actions, one’s opinions, hypothetical situations, and much more. You’ll learn conversational Italian geared towards those who have already studied Italian and are ready to break out of the previous level.
- This 25-lesson series continues on where the previous one left off. You’ll learn more complex usage of grammar learned previously. The conversations are longer and more Japanese is spoken between the hosts. You’ll learn how to express possibility, opinions, expectations, talk about giving and receiving (ageru/kureru/morau), and more! You’ll also learn cultural insight and tips you won’t find in a textbook!
- In this 25-lesson series, you’ll follow our cast of characters through a variety of situations. You will learn how to express doubt and emotion, how to connect clauses, and much more. You’ll learn conversational Korean geared towards those who have already studied Korean and are ready to break out of the previous level. You will hear more Korean spoken in these lessons both in the dialogues and between our hosts.
- This series is perfect for students who want to break out of the previous level. You will hear less English and more Spanish in these lessons. You will learn advanced usage of grammar learned previously, along with new grammar points such as the subjunctive and imperfect tenses. You’ll hear Spanish spoken in a variety of situations in Latin America, so you’ll learn both formal and informal speech.