What is the Oxford Online Placement Test?

http://www.oxfordenglishtesting.com

The Oxford Online Placement Test measures a test taker’s ability to communicate in English. It gives you the information you need to find out about a person’s language level.

Before enrolling in one of our courses, you have to take a level test which will help us identify your level of English .

Level Test OXFORD PLACEMENT TEST FROM OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

The Oxford Online Placement Test measures a test taker’s ability to communicate in English.

The Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR)

 

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Oxford Online Placement Test

 

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Oxford English Testing LMS


The virtual university has acquired from Oxford University Press online Toeic Listening and Reading practice tests and activities to help you prepare for Test.

What is the TOEIC Listening and Reading test?


The TOEIC (Test of English for International Communication) Listening and Reading test assesses your ability to listen and read in English in the workplace. You can visit www.toeic.com for more information about the TOEIC tests, and why they might benefit you.


What do the online TOEIC Listening and Reading practice tests consist of?


The TOEIC Listening and Reading practice tests reflect the content of the actual test. Each online practice test covers both sections of the exam. The practice tests are all full length.

You do not print the tests in order to do them. Instead you take them online and all questions can be marked automatically. In addition, there is a range of help features that you can use during the test. These include dictionary look-up, exam tips, audio scripts, the ability to mark and change individual answers, and get feedback on answers.

The combination of online marking and help features makes the practice tests ideal for self-study.

Read more: http://www.oxfordenglishtesting.com

 

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Toeic preparation

The virtual university has acquired from Oxford University Press online TOEFL iBT practice tests and activities to help you prepare for Test.

What do the online TOEFL iBT practice tests consist of?

“The TOEFL iBT online practice tests from Oxford University Press reflect the content of the actual test. Each online practice test covers every section in the exam. The practice tests are all full length.You do not print the tests in order to do them. Instead you take them online and the Reading and Listening sections can be marked automatically. In addition, there is a range of help features that you can use during the test. These include dictionary look-up, exam tips, audio scripts, the ability to mark and change individual answers, and get feedback on answers. The combination of online marking and help features makes the practice tests ideal for self-study.”

Read more: http://www.oxfordenglishtesting.com

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Toefl preparation

 

 

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Toefl IBT Test1

Ongoing Training in English for Law
This course is an introduction to the language and discourse of the legal profession. It focuses on developing the linguistic and rhetorical skills which are required to understand, analyze, and possibly produce key genres of immediate importance to the learners in the fields of law and political science.
This course has three major objectives:

  • Familiarizing students with the key academic genres which orchestrate the legal profession.
  • Recognizing the basic concepts which typify these academic genres in particular and the legal profession in general.
  • Familiarizing learners with the basic grammatical and discourse patterns occurring within those genres.
  • Developing and brushing up on the reading, listening, writing and speaking skills.

 

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English for Law


The online English course Connect, Communicate, Collaborate is an interactive online English course addressing adult learners wishing to improve their English communication skills. It aims at developing strategies for professional communication which are vital for interacting efficiently and fluently in English.
The main objectives of CCC are:

  • Developing general English skills to communicate in various situations and cope with main communication skills in the workplace.
  • Learning new vocabulary and idioms.
  • Developing your reading, listening, writing and speaking skills.
  • Revising grammar.
  • Practicing conversational and presentation skills with a focus on pronunciation and speaking.
  • Developing basic telephone skills.
  • Producing coherent texts, writing and replying to professional documents.

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Communication course: Connect, Communicate, Collaborate!

 

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Communication course: Introducing oneself/otheres using different registers-Part1

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