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English Course

English Course - b2

The course effectively prepares students for Cambridge (KET, PET, First Certificate, etc.), Trinity College (ISE, GESE), TOEFL and TOEIC certificat The course was designed and written by English native speakers with long teaching experience and unites language learning with the most relevant aspects of the cultures of English speaking countries, paying particular attention to those linguistic and cultural elements that characterize and distinguish British and American culture.

In B2 level students develop the ability to express themselves fluently in all communicative situations, using appropriate language and register and an increasingly wide vocabulary. By the end of the course they are able to communicate effectively in a wide range of general and professional contexts.

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Module 1
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1 Interculture Breaking the Ice
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2 Listening Small Talk
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3 Speaking Exclamations
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4 Grammar Question Tags
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5 Pronunciation Intonation in Question Tags
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6 Vocabulary Phrasal Verbs
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7 Vocabulary Talking about Travelling
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8 Writing Postcards
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9 Revision Revision
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10 Evaluation Evaluation
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Module 2
# Type Title Status Time
1 Listening This year, I'm going to...
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2 Pronunciation Weak Forms
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3 Vocabulary Talking about Personality
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4 Grammar Present, Past and Future
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5 Reading Make a New Start
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6 Listening The Light at the End of the Tunnel
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7 Writing British and American Spelling
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8 Writing Introduction to Letters
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9 Revision Revision
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10 Evaluation Evaluation
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Module 3
# Type Title Status Time
1 Vocabulary Talk until the Cows Come Home
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2 Grammar Speculating about the Past
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3 Pronunciation 'Have' with Modals
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4 Reading She disappeared without a trace.
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5 Listening Without a Trace
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6 Listening You shouldn't judge a book by its cover.
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7 Vocabulary British and American Vocabulary
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8 Writing Covering Letters
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9 Revision Revision
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10 Evaluation Evaluation
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Module 4
Module 5
# Type Title Status Time
1 Listening What the future holds.
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2 Pronunciation D'ya know what I mean?
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3 Reading Life on Mars?
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4 Grammar Review of Future Tenses
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5 Vocabulary Formal and Informal Vocabulary
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6 Writing E-mails: Formality and Informality
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7 Vocabulary Idioms with Parts of the Body (1)
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8 Writing Written Reports
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9 Revision Revision
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10 Evaluation Evaluation
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Module 6
# Type Title Status Time
1 Listening Get a Bite to Eat
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2 Pronunciation Linking with 'r' and 'w'
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3 Vocabulary Idioms with Parts of the Body (2)
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4 Grammar Conditional Sentences
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5 Vocabulary Here is one we prepared earlier.
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6 Listening Celebrity Challenge
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7 Speaking Keep the Ball Rolling
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8 Writing Thank you Letters
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9 Revision Revision
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10 Evaluation Evaluation
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Module 7
# Type Title Status Time
1 Vocabulary Odd Jobs
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2 Grammar Have the Car Repaired
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3 Listening Are you good with your hands?
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4 Pronunciation Unstressed Syllables
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5 Reading The Great British Cup of Tea
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6 Writing Writing E-mails
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7 Vocabulary Word-Building: Nouns from Verbs
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8 Writing Email Invitations
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9 Revision Revision
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10 Evaluation Evaluation
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Module 8
# Type Title Status Time
1 Speaking Numbers
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2 Grammar Direct and Reported Speech
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3 Vocabulary Ways of Speaking
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4 Grammar The prisoners are thought to be hiding…
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5 Listening This is the 6 o'clock news.
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6 Vocabulary Money Makes the World Go Round
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7 Vocabulary Letter of Complaint
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8 Writing Narrating / Story-Telling
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9 Revision Revision
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10 Evaluation Evaluation
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Module 9
# Type Title Status Time
1 Writing Linking Words
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2 Vocabulary Honesty is the best policy.
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3 Vocabulary The Long Arm of the Law
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4 Listening Bending the Facts
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5 Pronunciation Whole lotta love!
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6 Reading Air Travel
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7 Listening At the Check-In Desk
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8 Writing Structuring and Signposting an Argument
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9 Revision Revision
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10 Evaluation Evaluation
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Module 10
# Type Title Status Time
1 Vocabulary Expressions with Parts of the Body
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2 Listening Food Fallacies
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3 Pronunciation Aspects of Connected Speech: Elision
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4 Vocabulary Common Sayings
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5 Writing Spotting Mistakes
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6 Reading Shakespeare: the Great Bard and Wordsmith
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7 Listening Parting is such sweet sorrow.
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8 Writing Limericks
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9 Revision Revision
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10 Evaluation Evaluation
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