Curso Online de Inglés - Nivel Intermedio - Online

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  • Objetivos del curso
    El aprendizaje está orientado a actividades cotidianas de la vida diaria. Los temas que aborda son dinero, aficiones, comida, viajes, tiempo, compras… Desde el punto de vista pedagógico supone un primer contacto del alumno con el idioma utilizando conceptos y situaciones con los que está familiarizado y que realiza a menudo en su vida diaria.
  • Curso dirigido a
    Este curso va dirigido a todas aquellas personas que desean afianzar los conocimientos y continuar con el aprendizaje del idioma.
  • Contenido

    CONTENIDOS



    UNIDADES DIDÁCTICAS

    ¨ Breakfast Menu.
    ¨ Still hungry?
    ¨ The Menu.
    ¨ Desserts
    ¨ Booking a Villa
    ¨ Arriving at the Villa
    ¨ Weather forecast
    ¨ Organising a meal
    ¨ Setting the table
    ¨ Going out
    ¨ Going to a concert
    ¨ Choosing a gift



    GRAMATICALES

    ¨ Contraction of 'to be'
    ¨ The verb 'to have (got)'
    ¨ Questions without interrogative words
    ¨ Object pronouns
    ¨ The possessive
    ¨ Here - There
    ¨ Demonstratives
    ¨ A little - A bit
    ¨ 'One' replacing a noun
    ¨ At last - At least
    ¨ The present continuous
    ¨ Can: ability and likelihood
    ¨ The future
    ¨ The affirmative imperative
    ¨ Time
    ¨ Hour - Time - O'clock
    ¨ Prepositions of time
    ¨ Prepositions of place
    ¨ Interrogative words
    ¨ The negative
    ¨ Tags - Short answers
    ¨ Which - What
    ¨ The simple present and the present continuous
    ¨ Would like: expressing a desire
    ¨ There is - There are
    ¨ How much - How many
    ¨ The prepositions 'in' and 'at'
    ¨ Auxiliaries
    ¨ Adverbs of time
    ¨ Use of 'both'
    ¨ The same … as
    ¨ Possessive pronouns
    ¨ Near future: BE + ING
    ¨ Construction of the preterite
    ¨ Use of the preterite
    ¨ 'To be' and 'to have': preterite
    ¨ The expression 'used to'
    ¨ The preterite continuous
    ¨ Construction of the present perfect
    ¨ Use of the present perfect
    ¨ The negative imperative
    ¨ Will - To be going to
    ¨ To look forward to
    ¨ 'To get' + adjective
    ¨ Can - Could - Be able to
    ¨ Must - Have (got) to
    ¨ 'Should' and 'ought to': advice
    ¨ Had better - Would rather
    ¨ Direct and indirect questions
    ¨ Questions in the past
    ¨ Question tags
    ¨ To be left - To have (got) left
    ¨ Little - A little - Much
    ¨ Few - A few - Many
    ¨ Different meanings of 'all'
    ¨ ' Some - Any
    ¨ Everybody - Nobody
    ¨ As much as - As many as
    ¨ Too - Too much
    ¨ Use of the past participle as an adjective
    ¨ Adjectives ending in -ing
    ¨ Comparing equals
    ¨ Regular comparatives
    ¨ Irregular comparatives
    ¨ Regular superlatives
    ¨ Irregular superlatives
    ¨ Also - As well - Too
    ¨ Words ending in 'ever'
    ¨ Nothing ever
    ¨ Ever – Never
    ¨ Yet - Not yet
    ¨ Not … either
    ¨ The place of 'even'
    ¨ The place of 'enough'
    ¨ The adverb 'that'
    ¨ Modal auxiliaries
    ¨ Transitive and intransitive verbs
    ¨ Use and omission of 'the'
    ¨ Irregular verbs
    ¨ 'Always' + present continuous
    ¨ Verbs without a continuous form
    ¨ Construction of the passive
    ¨ Verbs + infinitive clause
    ¨ Verbs: reactions and preferences
    ¨ Relative pronouns and adverbs
    ¨ Absolute superlative
    ¨ Still - Yet
    ¨ Construction of the present conditional
    ¨ Use of the present conditional
    ¨ Strong probability with 'must'
    ¨ Absence of necessity
    ¨ Emphatic 'do'
    ¨ Next - The next
    ¨ Meaning and use of 'so'
    ¨ 'Kind of' followed by a noun
    ¨ Impersonal verbs
    ¨ Phrasal verb particles
    ¨ Verbs expressing stages of an action
    ¨ Permission with 'to let'
    ¨ To remember - To remind
    ¨ 'Will' and 'shall'
    ¨ Should - Ought to: probability
    ¨ Expression of preference
    ¨ Till - Until
    ¨ Singular nouns in '-s'
    ¨ Uncountable nouns which may take 'a'
    ¨ Last - Later - Latter



    VOCABULARIO

    ¨ Pedir un desayuno.
    ¨ Pedir algo más
    ¨ Elegir un menú.
    ¨ Elegir un postre
    ¨ Reservar un Chalet
    ¨ Llegar al Chalet
    ¨ Pronóstico del tiempo
    ¨ Preparar una comida
    ¨ Poner la mesa
    ¨ Salir
    ¨ Ir a un concierto
    ¨ Escogiendo un regalo



    TIPO DE ACTIVIDADES

    ¨ Diálogo (descubrimiento)
    ¨ Crucigrama (reproducción audio)
    ¨ Sopa de letras (reproducción audio)
    ¨ Asociación de palabras
    ¨ La palabra correcta
    ¨ Palabras y temas
    ¨ Palabra misteriosa
    ¨ Completar las frases
    ¨ Vocabulario clave
    ¨ Palabras y funciones
    ¨ Casillas de palabras
    ¨ Orden de la palabras
    ¨ Ejercicio de gramática
    ¨ Dictado
    ¨ Transformar un texto
    ¨ Explicaciones gramaticales clave



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