¿Qué aprendés en este curso?
- Numbers 0-100.
- Personal pronouns.
- Saying hello, introducing people, phone numbers, saying goodbye.
- Possessive adjectives.
- The alphabet.
- Personal questions.
- People- things- plurals.
- Verb to be (affirmative-negative-interrogative).
- Possessive s’.
- Food and drink- Money – In a café.
- Present Simple (aff-neg-int).
- Days of the week- telling the time.
- Prepositions: on/in/at.
- There is/there are (some-any).
ELEMENTARY - LEVEL 1
Present simple (aff-neg-int/ Routines- wh-questions) On/in/at/every Months and dates Frequency adverbs Subject – object pronouns Free time activities Likes and dislikes – verbs + ing Requests and offers Food and drink/ how much? /prices Countable and uncountable nouns There is/there are (a/an- some-any) Shop language Past simple (aff-int-neg) Past simple phrases: ago/in/last Articles: a/an/the
ELEMENTARY - LEVEL 2
Can/Can’t for possibility Comparatives Preferences: I’d like/I’d rather/I want Verb collocations Present Continuous and Present Simple Adverbs and adjectives How often? / Frequency expressions Imperatives/ Should- Shouldn’t Describing appearance and character Questions with “like” Health problems and treatments- giving advice Be going to- might Verb patterns (-ing/to inf) Superlatives Present perfect
PRE-INTERMEDIATE - LEVEL 3
Review of tenses Noun/verb collocations: work Subject questions Frequency adverbs and expressions So do I/ neither do I Past simple and past continuous Connecting words: so, because, while, when, until Have to/had to Present continuous and present simple/ State and action verbs Present perfect Adjectives ending in ed/ing Future forms: will/might/will be able to/be going to Verbs + prepositions Comparisons: Comparatives and superlatives Prefixes – opposite adjectives
PRE-INTERMEDIATE - LEVEL 4
Present continuous for future aspects Quantifiers – possessive pronouns Making complaints and requests Present perfect (for/since/how long) Should/shouldn’t/ must/ infinitive of purpose Verb patterns (-ing/to infinitive) First condictional and time clauses Too, too much, too many (not) enough Phrasal verbs Passive voice (present and past) Anything, someone, no one, etc Articles: a/an/the Present perfect (yet/just/already) Relative clauses (who, which, that, where) Echo questions Reported speech Second conditional Connecting words: first, second, next, then, etc.
INTERMEDIATE - LEVEL 5
Adjectives to describe feelings Question tags Modal verbs: be able to, be allowed to, be supposed to Present continuous and present simple Strong adjectives and adverbs Phrasal verbs Present perfect simple Present perfect continuous Suffixes for adjectives/nouns Past simple, past continuous, used to Past perfect Adjectives to describe behavior Future forms Verb patterns: (ing/to infinitive) First conditional and future time clauses Zero conditional- conditionals with imperatives Ability: be able to, manage, etc Second conditional
INTERMEDIATE - LEVEL 6
Uses of the article: a/an/the/no article Indirect- direct questions Passive voice (all tenses) Quantifiers Word formation: prefixes and suffixes Relative clauses (who, that, which, whose, what, where) Present perfect active and passive Connecting words: although, even though, despite, in spite of, however Was/were going to – was/were supposed to Modal verbs: making deductions Phrasal verbs Wishes Third conditional Word formation: word families
UPPER INTERMEDIATE - LEVEL 7
Review of tenses Verb patterns (ing/to infinitive) Present and past habits and repeated actions Be used to/get used to Feelings and opinions Discussion language: agreeing and disagreeing Second and third conditional Crime and punishment Verbs+ prepositions Phrasal verbs Narrative tenses- past perfect continuous Defining, non-defining and reduced relative clauses Connecting words: reason and contrast Future forms- future continuous Modal verbs: certainty in the future
ADVANCED - LEVEL 8
Simple and continuous aspects – State and action verbs Present perfect simple and continuous Wishes- hopes- “it’s time…” Phrasal verbs Wishes- should have The passive (all tenses) As, like, such as, so, such Making and responding to suggestions Have/get something done Quantifiers Compound nouns and adjectives Future events- future perfect Reported speech Reporting verbs Modal verbs: deduction (present and past) Past modal verbs Idioms
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