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  • English: Level 3Intermediate3B - 30 hours8 UnitsTopics Speaking Grammar Reading / Writing / Vocabulary Listening / PronunciationUnit 1 Have or get something done (active and Reading about self-improvement andEveryday services; Talking about things you need to have passive); making suggestions with what it takes; Writing a letter of advice; Sentence stress; Listening to suggestionsrecommendations; self- done; asking for and giving suggestions gerunds, infinitives, modals+verbs, and Vocabulary related to self-improvement for self-improvementimprovement and/or advice negative questions and giving adviceUnit 2 Referring to time in the past with adverbs and prepositions: during, in, ago, Reading about political and technological Syllable stress; Listening for opinionsHistoric events and people; Talking about the future; talking about from…..to, for, since; predicting the future changes; Writing a biography; Vocabulary about public figures; listening tobiography; the future things to be accomplished in the future with will, future continuous, and future related to the topics predictions perfectUnit 3 Time clauses: before, after, once, the Describing turning points in a persons moment, as soon as, until, by the time; Reading about peoples life choices and Reduction of have and been; Listening toMiltestones and turning points; life; describing regrets in life and describing regrets and hypothetical regrets; Writing a letter of apology; descriptions of important events; listeningbehavior and personality; regrets hypothetical situations situations with should not have+past Vocabulary related to topic to regrets and explanations participle and if clauses+past perfectUnit 4 Describing qualities for success; Describing purpose with infinitive clausesQualities for success; successful describing features; giving reasons for and infinitive clauses with for; giving Reading about advertising; Writing a TV Reduced words; Listening for featuresbusinesses; advertising (ads and success; interviewing for a job; talking reasons with because, since, because of, commercial; Vocabulary related to topic and slogansslogans) about ads and slogans for, due to, and the reasonReview. Stop and check.Unit 5 Past modals for degrees of certainty: mustUnexplained events; pet peeves; Making conclusions; offering (not) have, may (not) have, might (not) Reading a story about unexplained Reduction in past modals; Listening toreactions; predicaments and explanations; describing hypothetical have, could (not) have; past modals for phenomenon; Writing about a explanations; listening for the bestadvice events; giving advice opinions and advice: should (not) have, predicament; Vocabulary related to topic solution to a problem could (not) have, would (not) haveUnit 6 Describing how something is made or The passive to describe process with Reading about movies in other countries Stress compound nouns; Listening toMedia professions; processes; the done; describing and understanding is/are+past participle and modal+be+past and the kinds; Writing about a process; some describing their work and job;entertainment industry careers in the media or in a different participle; defining and nondefining Vocabulary related to movies and other listening for personality traits profession relative clauses topicUnit 7 Reading about a law and peoples Giving recommendations and opinionsRecommendations and opinions; Giving opinion for and against opinions about it; Writing a letter to a Intonation in tag questions; Listening for with passive modals: should be, ought toopinions; social issues; controversial issues; offering different community leader about laws/regulations; solutions to everyday annoyances; be, must be, has to be, has got to be; tagcontroversial issues opinions; agreeing and disagreeing Vocabulary related to laws and giving listening to issues and opinions questions for opinions recommendationsUnit 8 Complex noun phrases containing Describing challenges, frustrations, and Reading about people who have talents gerunds; accomplishments with the Stress and rhythm; Listening toChallenges; accomplishments; rewards; discussing traits needed for and have made accomplishments; Writing present perfect and simple past; goals challenges and rewards of peoples work;goals; volunteering meeting challenges; talking about the a personal statement for an application; with the future perfect and would like to listening for peoples goals for the future past and the future Vocabulary related to topic have+past participleFinal Review