Stage 3 is the first of the two elementary stages of the Callan Method, and contains a great deal of useful vocabulary. It also offers further practice with comparative and superlative forms (e.g. “the furthest”, “as many as”), focuses on the use of various common adverbs (e.g. “quickly”, “often”, “never”), and covers the verb “be” in the past (e.g. “they were”) and the past simple of regular verbs (e.g. “we walked”). This stage is appropriate for learners who are at A1 and early A2 level according to the CEFR.