Stage 10 is for learners of upper-intermediate ability, and also those entering a more advanced phase of learning. As always, there is a large amount of vocabulary to learn and practise, but there is also a focus on higher-level uses of already familiar language, such as the use of modals for probability (“you must have been exhausted”), the use of “would” for past habits (e.g. “I would ride my bicycle every day when I was a child”), and mixed conditionals (e.g. “If I hadn’t missed my flight, I would be enjoying myself in Paris now”). By the end of Stage 10, a Callan Method student will have covered all language structures that are directly tested in a B2-level English examination.