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English Syllabus 1 B

English Syllabus 1 B






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    • English: Level 1High-beginner1B - 30 hours8 UnitsTopics Speaking Grammar Reading / Writing / Vocabulary Listening / PronunciationUnit 1 Questions for describing people: what___ Reading about clothing styles: Writing a look like, how old, what color, how long, description of some type of fashion:Appreance and dress; clothing and Asking about and describing peoples how tall; modifiers with participles and Vocabulary related to fashion and Listening to descriptions of people:clothing styles; people appearance; identifying people prepositions clothing Contrastive stressUnit 2 Present perfect yes/no questions and Reading about unusual or dangerous Describing past experiences; making statements; regular and irregular past sports: Writing a description of an Listening for time and place of an event; plans; exchanging information about past participles; already, yet; present perfect unusual activity: Vocabulary related to listening to descriptions of events:Past experiences; unusual events experiences and events and past tense contrast sports an events Pronunciation of the word haveUnit 3 Listening to descriptions of cities and Asking about and describing cities; asing Adverbs and adjectives; conjunctions and, Reading about cities around the world: hometowns; listening for incorrect for and giving suggestions; talking about but, however, though; modal verbs: can, Writing a description about a city learner information: Pronunciation of cant andCities, hometowns, countries travel and tourism should has visited: Vocabulary related to travel shouldntUnit 4 Reading about home remedies: Writing Talking about health problems; asking about a home remedy: VocabularyHealth problems, medicine and for and giving advice; making requests, Infinitive complements; modal verbs can, related to medicine, remedies and being Listening to advice; listening to requestsremedies asking for and giving suggestions could, may requests sick in a store: Reduced form of toReview. Stop and check.Unit 5 Reading about customers tipping in Expressing likes and dislikes; agreeing different countries: Writing a restaurant Listening to people make dinner plans; and disagreeing; ordering a meal and so, neither, too, either; modal verbs would, review: Vocabulary related to restaurants listening to someone ordering at aFood and restaurants talking to restaurant staff will for requsts and eating out restaurant: Stress responsesUnit 6 Describing countries; making simple Comparative and superlative of adjectives; Reading about the environment: Writing comparisons; expressing opinions; questions with how: how far, how big, how about and interesting or beautiful place: Listening to a TV game show; listening forWorld geography; countries; the talking about distance and high, how deep, how long, how hot, how Vocabulary related to the environment information about a country: Intonation inenvironment measurements cold and nature questionsUnit 7 Reading about telephone manners: Talking about plans; making invitations; Writing a request to give a message: Listening for information about invitation;Invitations; leisure-time activities; accepting and refusing invitations; giving Future with present continuous and be Vocabulary related to leisure-time receiving telephone messages: Reducedtelephone messages reasons; taking and leaving messages going to; message with tell, ask activities and telephone language forms of could you and would youUnit 8 Exchanging personal information; Describing changes with the present Reading about plans of successful young Listening to descriptions of changes;Life changes; plans and hopes for describing changes; talking about plans tense, the comparative, and past tense, people: Writing about future plans: listening to hopes for the future: Reducedthe future for the future and the present perfect; verb + infinitive Vocabulary related to future plans form of toFinal Review