INTERMEDIATE

 

Objectives:

  • Improve speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills
  • Master your ability to communicate in various situations
  • Participate in unprepared conversations on familiar topics
  • Explain and give reasons for your plans, intentions and actions
  • Speculate about causes, consequences and hypothetical situations
  • Use grammar accurately

Structure:  We will help you reach the course objectives through the introduction and practice of the following language points:

  • present, past and perfect tenses;
  • simple vs. continuous tenses;
  • used to; past perfect;
  • state verbs;
  • auxiliary verbs;
  • word formation;
  • collocations-words that go together;
  • modals for advice/obligation/permission;
  • ways of expressing future – will, be going to, present continuous;
  • future possibilities – may, might, could;
  • making suggestions;
  • passive voice in different tenses;
  • tag questions;
  • verb patterns;
  • conditional sentences;
  • if only / I wish + past perfect;
  • if and unless;
  • modals of probability–past&present;
  • ability – be able to, manage;
  • indirect and direct questions;
  • defining and non defining relative clauses with who, that, which, whose, where and when;
  • modals – deductions;
  • reported speech – statements, commands and questions, tell vs. say;
  • ed and –ing adjectives (amazed / amazing);
  • relevant vocabulary
  • correct pronunciation