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INGLESE Livello C1- Corso e certificazione


Corso di formazione per il conseguimento della certificazione linguistica “Livello C1” tenuto da docenti madrelingua.


Il corso di formazione ha una durata di 40 ore in modalità webinar – 20 incontri da 2 ore ciascuno.

Se ti iscrivi dopo la data di inizio, o se non riesci a partecipare a tutte le dirette webinar, non preoccuparti, troverai tutte le registrazioni nella tua area riservata.

Per consultare il calendario delle dirette webinar vai al riquadro che trovi più in basso nella pagina.


La certificazione linguistica di livello C1 consente di ottenere 4 punti nelle graduatorie GPS.

LanguageCert è un Ente certificatore lingue straniere riconosciuto dal MIUR (clicca qui)


  • Can understand a wide range of demanding longer texts, both written and spoken, and recognise implicit meaning.
  • Can use the language fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions.
  • Can respond to extended information and narratives, follow detailed explanations and complex instructions, adapting response to audience, medium and context.
  • Can engage in discussion in a variety of situations making clear and effective contributions.
  • Can use language flexibly and understand a range of texts of varying complexity and length for social, academic and professional purposes.
  • Can produce clear well-structured, detailed text on complex subjects, showing controlled use of organisational patterns, connectors and cohesive devices.
  • Can communicate ideas and opinions effectively, using length, format and style appropriate to purpose, content and audience.

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The candidate will be able to:

  • follow extended speech delivered at natural speed even when it is not clearly structured and when the meaning may be implicit rather than explicit
  • follow short conversations both formal and informal in a range of situations, understanding gist, context, purpose, function, attitude, feelings, opinions and relationships
  • understand complex narratives, sequences and explanations
  • recognise the function of short utterances which may contain idiomatic English (see Grammar and Functions sections)
  • follow a discussion to identify gist, detail, purposes and key ideas and distinguish between fact and opinion
  • extract and reproduce key information from announcements, media broadcasts, presentations and lectures on abstract and concrete topics of general interest
  • follow a complex argument.

Phonological features

The candidate will be able to:

  • consistently recognise how intonation, pitch and/or stress affect meaning
  • consistently recognise feelings, moods, attitudes, important points and opinions expressed through stress, pitch and intonation.


The candidate will be able to:

  • understand ideas, arguments and descriptions expressed through a wide range of complex grammatical structures
  • understand a broad range of vocabulary including idiomatic and colloquial expressions.


The candidate will be able to:

  • consistently recognise degrees of formality in different types of utterances used by speakers in a wide range of situations.
Understanding gist
The candidate will be able to:
  • understand the main ideas of extended discourse even when the content is not clearly structured.
Understanding detail
The candidate will be able to:
  • extract most points of detail even from extended discourse on both concrete and abstract topics even when the content is not clearly structured.
The candidate will be able to:
  • understand long complex texts, appreciating distinctions in style and purpose
  • understand texts from authentic sources, identifying context, content and style
  • understand the main ideas of complex text on a wide range of texts on a wide range of professional, academic and social topics
  • gather specific information from different parts of a text or from different texts
  • understand descriptions and narratives in which language is used to create different sophisticated effects
  • understand lengthy texts containing complex instructions or explanations including technical or specialist texts such as instruction manuals and articles
  • understand texts concerned with contemporary issues in which the writers adopt particular viewpoints, identifying finer points of attitude and implied, as well as stated, opinions.
The candidate will be able to:
  • understand a broad range of vocabulary including idiomatic expressions
  • understand a very broad range of grammatical structures including those used to convey subtle distinctions in meaning.
The candidate will be able to:
  • understand the role of register even in emotional or allusive contexts.
Text structure
The candidate will be able to:
  • recognise how textual features are used to achieve purposes in a wide range of texts including those containing images, graphical and tabular data
  • understand the different ways in which meaning is built up in a range of texts of varying complexity
  • understand a range of logical markers and sequence markers.
The candidate will be able to:
  • write well-structured, detailed texts on complex subjects clearly communicating ideas, impressions, feelings and opinions
  • write complex narratives and descriptions varying style appropriately
  • write a well-structured, detailed argument emphasising important points, expanding and supporting relevant ideas
  • write formal letters, reports or articles to fulfil a wide range of functions including those requiring a tactful approach
  • use all punctuation marks accurately and effectively
  • spell correctly words used in work, study and daily life including commonly used technical words
  • consistently control grammar to communicate effectively with few errors even when complex structures are employed
  • use a wide range of vocabulary suitable for purpose
  • generally use idiomatic expressions appropriately and naturally
  • use a wide range of complex structures
  • adapt register effectively and appropriately according to purpose in most contexts
  • link and organise ideas using a range of linking words and cohesive devices
  • organise text effectively to reflect the structure of the ideas expressed.

Personal environment

  • asking for and giving personal information
  • describing where one lives (accommodation, area etc)
  • asking and answering questions for confirmation, information, identification
  • describing people, places, things
  • correcting information
  • explaining routines
  • narrating and describing past, present and future eventscomparing things, people
  • reporting facts, actions
  • stating facts, actions
  • giving descriptions and specifications

Expressing thoughts, feelings and attitudes

  • expressing and asking about agreement or disagreement
  • denying something
  • expressing agreement reluctantly or with reservations
  • conceding a point or argument, demurring
  • expressing views and feelings with reasons
  • asserting and asking about knowledge or ignorance of something or someone
  • stating whether a person, thing or action is remembered or forgotten
  • enquiring of someone else whether a person, thing or action is remembered or forgotten
  • stating and asking about degrees of probability/possibility
  • expressing, denying or asking about necessity (including logical deduction)
  • stating and asking about one’s certainty or uncertainty of something
  • reminding someone to do something
  • expressing doubt, incredulity, bewilderment
  • hypothesising
  • stating and asking about one’s ability or inability to do something
  • stating and enquiring about one’s obligation (or lack of) to do somethingseeking, granting or denying permission
  • stating and asking about the permissibility of doing something
  • expressing and asking about wishes, hopes, expectations
  • expressing and asking about wants, desires, needs
  • stating and asking about intention
  • stating, responding to and asking about preference
  • expressing and asking about likes and dislikes, with reasons
  • expressing and asking about (dis)pleasure, (un)happiness
  • expressing and asking about satisfaction or dissatisfaction
  • expressing disappointment
  • expressing gratitude
  • expressing and asking about interest or lack of it
  • expressing surprise or lack of it
  • expressing and asking about fear, worry, anxiety
  • giving reassuranceexpressing regret, sympathy, condolence
  • expressing fellow-feeling, empathy
  • expressing and asking about pain, anguish, suffering
  • expressing relief
  • expressing indifference
  • expressing fatigue, resignation
  • offering and accepting an apology
  • granting forgiveness
  • expressing and asking about approval, appreciation or disapproval
  • expressing moral obligation
  • expressing regret
  • accepting, attachingor denying blame for something

Making things happen

  • responding to a request
  • requesting something, or requesting someone to do something
  • inviting someone to do something
  • accepting or declining an offer or invitation
  • giving instructions or orders
  • giving and asking for advice
  • responding to or rejecting advice, with reasons
  • warning others to be careful or to stop doing something
  • offering and requesting assistance
  • insisting politely
  • persuading someone to do something
  • suggesting a course of action
  • asking for, responding to, agreeing to or rejecting suggestions with reason/alternative
  • making and agreeing plans and arrangements
  • encouraging someone to do something
  • reaching a compromise
  • prohibiting someone from doing something
  • making a complaint
  • refusing to do something, expressing defiance
  • pleading with someone to do something

Social contact

  • getting someone’s attention
  • greeting people and responding to greetingsexpressing thanks
  • addressing somebody
  • making and responding to formal and informal introductions
  • opening, closing a formal or informal conversation
  • congratulating someone
  • praising someone
  • paying someone a compliment
  • asking someone’s opinion
  • making someone feel welcome
  • indicating lack of understanding
  • giving and asking for clarification, explanation or definition of something
  • confirming one’s own or another’s understanding
  • asking someone to repeat all or part of something
  • asking someone to speak more slowly
  • asking for help in finding words or phrases
  • asking for and giving the spelling and meaning of words
  • counting and using numbers
  • asking for and telling people the time, day, date
  • interrupting politely
  • objecting, protesting
  • exemplifying or emphasising a point
  • classifying, generalising, defining something
  • encouraging another speaker to continue
  • indicating a wish to continue or finish speaking
  • summing up
  • taking leave
  • observing telephone conventions

Venerdì 13, 20, 27 novembre 2020 dalle 18.00 alle 20.00

Venerdì 4, 11, 18 – Mercoledì 23, 30 dicembre 2020 dalle 18.00 alle 20.00

Venerdì 8, 15, 22, 29 gennaio 2021 dalle 18.00 alle 20.00

Venerdì 5, 12, 19, 26 febbraio 2021 dalle 18.00 alle 20.00

Venerdì 5, 12, 19, 26 marzo 2021 dalle 18.00 alle 20.00


A tutti i partecipanti che completeranno il percorso formativo verrà rilasciato Attestato di partecipazione per 40 ore di formazione

Il percorso formativo può essere completato sia partecipando alle dirette webinar sia guardando le registrazioni.

Per completare il corso e ricevere l’attestato non ci sono scadenze, puoi organizzarti come meglio credi in funzione delle tue esigenze.




Questa sezione è riservata solo agli utenti che intendono conseguire la certificazione linguistica.

Sintab Srl è partner LanguageCert e vi assisterà in tutte le fasi necessarie per il conseguimento della certificazione linguistica online.

Per poter effettuare l’esame online di LanguageCert dovrai avere a disposizione un computer con sistema operativo Windows o MacOS e seguire attentamente le istruzioni riportate nelle linee guida.

Qui trovi la risposta alle principali domane poste dagli utenti LanguageCert

Qui trovi informazioni sul riconoscimento internazionale della certificazione LanguageCert


Il corso è erogato dalla SINTAB Srl, ente accreditato dal MIUR per la formazione del personale della scuola.

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