Legal English Higher Level Overview

The Higher Level includes over 1500 phrases and is best for students:

  • at the upper-intermediate level (B2) and higher
  • with some basic knowledge of legal words
  • preparing for the TOLES Higher examination
  • to test more advanced legal phrases.

The Higher level has different exercises:

  • sentences with gaps
  • multiple choice test
  • definitions of formal words
  • transformations into more formal phrases
  • sentences with prepositions to complete

Find more details about the types of exercises.


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This level is for you if you want to:

  • revise fast for the TOLES Higher exam
  • repeat over 1500 legal phrases
  • have all the necessary legal words in one place
  • check how professional your legal English is
  • recall words faster when you speak or write
  • increase your active vocabulary.

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You do not need any course books, formal courses or a teacher.

You buy access to Boost Your Legal English for 3 months. But you can prepare in 3 months or faster. You practise legal phrases in four types of exercises, grouped in 14 topic areas. Exercises are student-friendly and very effective.

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Table of Contents
  • Collocations A
  • Collocations B
  • Collocations C
  • Informal style practice
  • Formal style practice
  • Prepositions A
  • Prepositions B
  • Prepositions C
  • Collocations A
  • Collocations B
  • Collocations C
  • Informal style practice
  • Formal style practice A
  • Formal style practice B
  • Prepositions A
  • Prepositions B
  • Prepositions C
  • Collocations A
  • Collocations B
  • Collocations C
  • Informal style practice
  • Formal style practice
  • Prepositions A
  • Prepositions B
  • Prepositions C
  • Collocations A
  • Collocations B
  • Collocations C
  • Informal style practice
  • Formal style practice
  • Prepositions A
  • Prepositions B
  • Prepositions C
  • Collocations A
  • Collocations B
  • Collocations C
  • Collocations D
  • Collocations E
  • Collocations F
  • Informal style practice A
  • Formal style practice A
  • Formal style practice B
  • Formal style practice C
  • Prepositions A
  • Prepositions B
  • Prepositions C
  • Collocations A
  • Collocations B
  • Collocations C
  • Collocations D
  • Collocations E
  • Collocations F
  • Informal style practice
  • Formal style practice A
  • Formal style practice B
  • Prepositions A
  • Prepositions B
  • Prepositions C
  • Collocations A
  • Collocations B
  • Collocations C
  • Collocations D
  • Informal style practice A
  • Informal style practice B
  • Formal style practice A
  • Formal style practice B
  • Prepositions A
  • Prepositions B
  • Prepositions C
  • Collocations A
  • Collocations B
  • Collocations C
  • Informal style practice
  • Formal style practice
  • Prepositions A
  • Prepositions B
  • Prepositions C
  • Collocations A
  • Collocations B
  • Collocations C
  • Informal style practice
  • Formal style practice
  • Prepositions A
  • Prepositions B
  • Prepositions C
  • Collocations A
  • Collocations B
  • Collocations C
  • Informal style practice
  • Formal style practice
  • Prepositions A
  • Prepositions B
  • Prepositions C
  • Collocations A
  • Collocations B
  • Collocations C
  • Informal style practice A
  • Informal style practice B
  • Formal style practice
  • Prepositions A
  • Prepositions B
  • Prepositions C
  • Collocations A
  • Collocations B
  • Collocations C
  • Collocations D
  • Informal style practice
  • Formal style practice
  • Prepositions A
  • Prepositions B
  • Prepositions C
  • Collocations A
  • Collocations B
  • Informal style practice
  • Formal style practice
  • Prepositions A
  • Prepositions B
  • Family law
  • Taxes