General English

Our general English courses are perfect for everyone.

The general English course is designed for all levels from A1 (beginner) to C2 (advanced). We run all our courses in tandem with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), which is an international standard for describing language ability.

The courses cover the four core subjects of reading, writing, listening and speaking. They are designed to ensure maximum progression and development throughout the length of the course.

This course will help you become more confident, improve your knowledge and enhance your language skills in everyday situations.

  • We like to keep our lessons engaging and fun at the same time
  • All our teachers are fully qualified, experienced and fun
  • We only use the best high quality books on all our courses
  • Our Teachers are from native English speaking countries

About the course

  • Course information
  • Course Levels
  • Course prices
  • FAQs


The general English beginners course is for students learning up to A1 -A2 levels, who want to build their language skills and gain greater confidence in understanding and using everyday language.  The course will help you build your knowledge of English and get a better idea of how the language works. There is an equal focus on all 4 core subjects.


The intermediate general English course is for students learning up to B1 – B2 levels, who wish to gain confidence in the 4 skills: writing, reading, listening and speaking. A key focus of the course will be to introduce students to more authentic texts, so they’re better able to cope with the kind of English they’ll meet outside the classroom.


The advanced English course is designed for students learning up to C1 and beyond, who want to improve all 4 skills: writing, reading, listening and speaking. The main focus will be on helping you become more confident at using language in everyday and less familiar settings. Fluency and accuracy will be given equal importance.

Our general English courses are aimed at CEFR levels A1 through to C2.

At the beginning of the course we will start with a small assessment, and what your own personal objectives are. This allows us to set out your realistic goals.

For a more in depth information on CEFR scroll to the bottom of the page, or visit our CEFR page.

  • How often do you run courses?

    All our courses are run according to you our students. Just tell us when you want to start studying.

    We are currently running courses from 4pm to 8pm during the week and 10am through to 8pm on Saturdays and Sundays.

     Lessons are 50 minutes long and are normally run in 2 lesson blocks. We suggest at least one 2 lesson block per week.

  • How do I book a course?

    Booking is easy, just fill out the form on the right or contact us via our contact page details. You can also purchase a course through our online course booking.

  • Can I postpone or freeze my course?

    Yes, as long as we receive notice before your next lesson. We are flexible and understand that students cannot come to lessons due to short notice commitments, such as family, work etc. We cannot for obvious reasons (teacher/room bookings etc) cancel less than 4 hours before the lesson starts. If you cannot make a lesson please inform us as soon as possible. We will try our best to reschedule missed lessons.

  • What is your refund policy?

    Please visit our terms and conditions page for our refund policy.

  • What are the payment terms?

    All courses are paid in full before the course starts. We do accept a 20% deposit on booking and the remainder payable on the 1st day of the course.

  • Do you supply all the materials for the course?

    Yes, we supply everything you need, including a notebook, dictionary and a word book. Just bring yourself and something to write with.


  • How can I pay for the course?

    We accept payment via:

    Bank transfer



    More about paypal here.

  • What else should I know?

    The general English course is designed for all students.

    We place students in age groups, so no student under 16 is placed within an adult group.

    Our general English courses have a maximum of 8 students per course.

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Course materials

Each teacher uses their own learning materials, which are designed around you and your learning objectives.

To supplement the course material we use the best student books to help enhance your learning experience. Click below to see a sample of the contents.

Sample content

Personal courses

Our personalised 1 on 1 courses are designed for you

Our private course are designed for student wishing a more personalised learning experience. Each course is designed around the student according to the needs and requirements of the individual.

Within this course you have the full and undivided attention of your teacher, who will guide and help you reach your goal.

Each course is setup and tailored to the individual and allows you to concentrate on your particular area of interest.

Course times and dates are not fixed. Please contact us to setup your personalised 1 on 1 course.

3 locations in Bangkok

490/5 Phahonyothin Rd,
Khwaeng Samsen Nai,
Khet Phaya Thai,
Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10400
5 อาคาร Fortune Ratchadaphisek Rd,
Khwaeng Din Daeng,
Khet Din Daeng,
Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10400
126/24 ถนน สุขุมวิท
Khwaeng Khlong Tan Nuea,
Khet Watthana,
Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110

Although our locations are easy to get to via the BTS or MRT. We remain very flexible at Kraboo. If the locations above are not suitable we can come to you within the Bangkok area.



The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, Teaching, Assessmentabbreviated in English as CEFR or CEF, is a guideline used to describe achievements of learners of foreign languages across Europe and, increasingly, in other countries.

It was put together by the Council of Europe as the main part of the project “Language Learning for European Citizenship” between 1989 and 1996. Its main aim is to provide a method of learning, teaching and assessing which applies to all languages in Europe.

In November 2001, a European Union Council Resolution recommended using the CEFR to set up systems of validation of language ability. The six reference levels are becoming widely accepted as the European standard for grading an individual’s language proficiency.

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