Stage 6 is for intermediate level students. It introduces a lot of new vocabulary appropriate for this level. In addition, Stage 6 covers many language areas appropriate for learners at B1 and B2 level according to the CEFR. These include indirect speech (e.g. “you told me that she would succeed”), causative structures (e.g. “he had his dinner cooked by his mother”), the future perfect (e.g. “you will have written”), and the past perfect continuous (e.g. “you had been writing”). By the end of Stage 6, a Callan Method student will have covered all language structures that are directly tested in a B1-level English examination.