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Inglés B2 (2ª parte)

Pre-requisitos

  • Saber utilizar cada tiempo verbal correctamente.
  • Aprender e futuro perfecto y futuro continuo.
  • Identificar las estructuras impersonales.

Contenido

1.1. Grammar Reference. Used to.
1.2. Grammar Reference. Would.
1.3. Grammar Reference. Narrative Tenses.
1.4. Grammar Reference. Gradation of adverbs.
1.5. Grammar Reference. About Prepositions.
1.1. Vocabulary. Leisure: Travelling.
1.2. Pronunciation Reference. Pronunciation of -ed.

2.1. Grammar Reference. Impersonal report structures.
2.2. Grammar reference. Characteristics headlines.
2.3. Grammar Reference. Clauses expressing contrast.
2.4. Pronunciation Reference. Contrastive intonation.

3.1. Grammar reference: Reported speech. Reporting statements and commands.
3.2. Grammar reference: Reporting questions and indirect ques¬tions.
3.3. Vocabulary tip: Ache, Pain and Hurt.
3.4. Writing tips.
3.5. Pronunciation reference: Homographs and Homophones.

4.1. Grammar Reference. I wish/if only.
4.2. Grammar Reference. Would rather/would sooner/had better.
4.3. Grammar Reference. Group Nouns.
4.4. Grammar Reference. It’s time/It’s about time/It’s high time.
4.5. Vocabulary. False Friends.
4.1. Pronunciation Reference. /s/ - /z/ - /?/.

5.1. Grammar reference: Future continuous and perfect.
5.2. Grammar reference: The future from past perspective.
5.3. Vocabulary reference: Compounds with -ever.
5.4. Grammar reference: Use of articles.
5.5. Writing tips.
5.1. Grammar reference. In short.
5.2. Vocabulary. Dictionary advice.

Duración

| 60 horas

Semanas

| 5 semanas

Modalidad

| Virtual

Certificado

|Aprobación

Curso

Inglés B2 (2ª parte)

Duración

| 60 horas

Semanas

| 5 semanas

Modalidad

| Virtual

Certificado

|Aprobación

Objetivos específicos del curso

  • Saber utilizar cada tiempo verbal correctamente.
  • Aprender e futuro perfecto y futuro continuo.
  • Identificar las estructuras impersonales.

Pre-requisitos

Contenido

1.1. Grammar Reference. Used to.
1.2. Grammar Reference. Would.
1.3. Grammar Reference. Narrative Tenses.
1.4. Grammar Reference. Gradation of adverbs.
1.5. Grammar Reference. About Prepositions.
1.1. Vocabulary. Leisure: Travelling.
1.2. Pronunciation Reference. Pronunciation of -ed.

2.1. Grammar Reference. Impersonal report structures.
2.2. Grammar reference. Characteristics headlines.
2.3. Grammar Reference. Clauses expressing contrast.
2.4. Pronunciation Reference. Contrastive intonation.

3.1. Grammar reference: Reported speech. Reporting statements and commands.
3.2. Grammar reference: Reporting questions and indirect ques¬tions.
3.3. Vocabulary tip: Ache, Pain and Hurt.
3.4. Writing tips.
3.5. Pronunciation reference: Homographs and Homophones.

4.1. Grammar Reference. I wish/if only.
4.2. Grammar Reference. Would rather/would sooner/had better.
4.3. Grammar Reference. Group Nouns.
4.4. Grammar Reference. It’s time/It’s about time/It’s high time.
4.5. Vocabulary. False Friends.
4.1. Pronunciation Reference. /s/ - /z/ - /?/.

5.1. Grammar reference: Future continuous and perfect.
5.2. Grammar reference: The future from past perspective.
5.3. Vocabulary reference: Compounds with -ever.
5.4. Grammar reference: Use of articles.
5.5. Writing tips.
5.1. Grammar reference. In short.
5.2. Vocabulary. Dictionary advice.