English grammar course

English grammar course

OBJECTIVES

training of the English language through a review of the grammatical structures and the use of the English language in concrete situations of daily life

RECIPIENTS

Il English Grammar course is aimed at users who wish to make a general review of grammatical structures.

DURATION

20 hours. The duration indicated is to be considered indicative with respect to an average evaluation of use of the aforementioned courses.

CONTENTS

Il English Grammar course consists of 30 units, each developed on specific situations of everyday life.

Unit 1 A friend arrives "To be", "have got", regular verbs (affirmative), short answers ("to be", "have got"), question words ("to be", "have got")
Unit 2 Breakfast time Object pronouns, possessive adjectives, frequency adverbs, verbs: 3rd person singular spelling changes
Unit 3 Real English food Present simple, question words, short answers with "do", "some" / "any" (introduction)
Unit 4 A testing situation Adjectives and adverbs of quantity, "can"
Unit 5 The romance advisor Countable / uncountable, "some" / "any", quantifiers: "much", "many", "little", "a little", "few", "a few", expressing desires and preferences: "would like"
Unit 6 A room of her own Present continuous, building the -ing form, uses of the present continuous, spelling changes of verbs with –ing, present continuous vs present simple
Unit 7 Who's doing the chores? "To have", "have got", special expressions with "to have", "have to" for obligation
Unit 8 The big make-over Imperative, giving directions, giving instructions, instructions with impersonal "you"
Unit 9 Here comes David Past simple: "to be", time expressions with the past simple (on, in, last, when, ago, yesterday)
Unit 10 In good hands Past simple of regular and irregular verbs, spelling variations in past regular verbs
Unit 11 Mad about him Possessive pronouns, Saxon genitive, "what" / "which"
Unit 12 A father-daughter chat Adjectives, "seem" / "look" + adjective, "should"
Unit 13 A not-so-typical man The comparative form
Unit 14 A fancy dress Superlative: forms and exceptions
Unit 15 Too tired to do anything! Future with "will" and "shall", the future with "going to", difference between "will" and "going to"
Unit 16 Love sickness Question tags with “to be”, with present simple, asking about the subject and asking about the object, verbs with two objects
Unit 17 Just friends? Auxiliaries "be", "have" and "do" and other ways to avoid repetition ("I think so / I don't think so", "I hope so / I hope not"), emphatic "do",
Unit 18 Waiting for Lucy Talking on the phone, "hope" / "expect" / "wait for" / "look forward to", question words + prepositions at the end
Unit 19 Not a traitor Modal verbs expressing ability, permission, possibility, certainty, advice, responsibility and obligation, "to be good at" / "to be bad at"
Unit 20 A dream travel Review of the future tenses, prepositions of place and movement
Unit 21 The Tuscan sun Different uses of "like" ("to like", "would like", "to look like", "to be like" and "what is he like?" Vs "how is he?")
Unit 22 A welcome guest Past continuous, "let / make someone do something", "so" and "such" ("so that", "such that")
Unit 23 This is such a treat! Review of modal verbs that express probability, possibility and certainty, "can" and "be able to", "to be supposed to do something"
Unit 24 Neighbor or boyfriend? Habitual activities in the past ("used to" vs "to be used to + ing"), "going to" in the past, revision of question tags
Unit 25 Out of tune Review of comparative and superlative forms, comparing adverbs, nouns and verbs
Unit 26 The winner takes it all The present perfect + for / since, use of the present perfect
Unit 27 Jealousy Present perfect vs past simple, relative pronouns (also defining and non-defining relative clauses)
Unit 28 Heading to Australia Verb + infinitive / verb + -ing, zero conditional, first conditional, time clauses with present simple ("when" / "if" / "as soon as", "unless")
Unit 29 Looking for a new job Present perfect continuous, expressing duration with the present perfect and the present perfect continuous
Unit 30 Greetings and departures Phrasal verbs (classification, separable / non-separable), second conditional

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