Increase your level of knowledge of the English language within a well-defined framework.
|CEFR level||CEFR sub-level||ESOL equivalent level||TOEIC equivalent score||Course in the catalog
|A2||A2.2||Level 1 - KET||400||Beginner|
IIl English course A2 it is aimed primarily at users interested in the use of the language for work and study and who therefore requires rapid and systematic preparation with a linear progression of level.
20 hours. The duration indicated is to be considered indicative with respect to an average evaluation of use of the aforementioned course.
The course includes 10 multimedia lessons that develop starting from the situations of everyday life represented in the episodes of the sit-com with in-depth study of linguistic themes in the language focus (video lessons conducted by the teacher) and 8 lessons (Special Lessons) to further expand users' vocabulary on issues of general interest. Each of these lessons is centered on a theme, developed from an audiovisual scene created as an interview in the studio with an expert, on the model of in-depth journalistic TV programs.
|1||The American guy||The verb “to be” (affirmative, negative and interrogative form). Full forms and contracted form. Countries, nationalities and languages.|
|2||An old flame||Most common expressions to introduce yourself, to ask and give personal information (eg What is your name? Where are you from?). The English alphabet (letters, phonetics and pronunciation). English numbers from 0 to 100.|
|3||Hurry up!||The interrogative particles: the “wh-questions”. Question words. Questions with the verb "to be". The prepositions of place. The clock: expressions to say what time it is.|
|4||A bedroom with a difference||Use of "these is" and "there are". Use of the indefinite adjectives "some" and "any" (countable and uncountable nouns). Demonstrative adjectives and pronouns: this, that, these, those.|
|5||A time for a work and a time for a play||Expressions to describe habitual actions. Vocabulary relating to the world of work. The Present Simple: construction and use of the affirmative form. Adverbs of frequency: when and how to use them. Days of the week, months, dates and birthdays. Adjectives and adverbs of quantity (enough, so and too): when and how to use them.|
|6||Tell me about your job||Present Simple: the construction of the interrogative form and short answers. Present Simple: construction of the negative form (whole form, contracted form, the interrogative-negative form). Use of the adjectives "each" and "every".|
|7||What are your interests?||The modal verb "can" (affirmative, negative, interrogative form). The use of can to express skill.
Expressions to give advice and suggestions (why don't we / you… ?; how / what about…?). Other uses of "can" to ask, grant and refuse permission, to make requests and with verbs of perception.
|8||Two'company, three's a crowd!||Expressing wishes and preferences: use of “would like” in the affirmative, negative and interrogative form. Other uses of the adjectives "some" and "any".|
|9||Problems with father||The Present Countinuous: construction of the affirmative, negative and interogative form. Uses of Present Continuous. Construction of the "ing" form. Variations of verbs in the form in “ing”.|
|10||Clean up time!||Review of Present Continuous. The use of the Present Countinuous to express future actions. The verb “have to” to express duties and responsibilities (affirmative, negative and interrogative form). When to use Present Continuous and when to use Present Simple instead.|
|11||Let's start: Welcome to the team||Meeting for the first time: questions and expressions useful for introducing yourself.|
|12||Cinema: George Clooney||Vocabulary related to the world of cinema.|
|13||Let's talk: Low cost airlines||Useful questions and expressions for traveling by plane.|
|14||Sport: Football training||Vocabulary related to the world of football: expressions and related terminology.|
|15||Travel: Dubai, a new destination||Talking about travel: terminology and expressions useful for traveling.|
|16||Music: Sing a song||Listening to music: relative vocabulary.|
|17||Let's talk: Work-life balance||Discussion on the quality of life and the world of work.|
|18||Let's talk: Speed dating||Expressions and idioms relating to the affective sphere.|
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