English pre-intermediate course

Lessons

  1. Getting to know you (past, present and future verb forms).
  2. The things you have to try in …  (can – have to)
  3. Auxiliary verbs (to be, to do)
  4. Lesson 3  Auxiliary verbs (practice).
  5. Asking questions (what, where, who, why, which, how many, how often, how much).
  6. Present Simple (I like, I don’t like).
  7. Present Continuous (positive, negative, questions).
  8. Using “have has, have got, has got”.
  9. Social expressions – part 1
  10. Social expressions – part 2 
  11. Past Simple – explained.
  12. Past Simple and Present Simple – practice.
  13. Using Past Simple – practice.
  14. Past Continuous (positive, negative, questions).
  15. Past Simple and Past Continuous.
  16. Countable and uncountable nouns (when we use much, many, some, any, a few, a little, a lot, lots of).
  17. Articles – when we use indefinite, definite, or no article (a, an, the).
  18. Practice reading and speaking.
  19. Prepositions “in, on”
  20. Prepositions “in, at, on” or no preposition in time expressions.
  21. Verb patterns 
  22. Expressing preferences “like doing” and “would like to do” and asking for preferences.
  23. Future Simple (will, ‘ll).
  24. Using “going to” and present continuous to express planned future arrangements.
  25. What do you like? – What is she like? 
  26. How to give simple directions.
  27. How to give directions in a town.
  28. Adjectives (comparative and superlative).
  29. Present Perfect (positive, negative, questions).
  30. Present Perfect and Past Simple.
  31. Using “have to” (positive, negative, questions).
  32. Modal auxiliary verbs “can, can’t, have to”.
  33. Modal auxiliary verbs “can, could, must”.
  34. Modal auxiliary verbs “shall, will, should, would”.
  35. Present Perfect Simple and Present Perfect Continuous.
  36. Conjunctions
  37. Relative pronouns (who, which, that).
  38. Using “so, such (a), so many, so much”.
  39. Using the passive (present, past).
  40. Using the passive (Present Perfect).
  41. Past Perfect (positive, negative, questions).
  42. First conditional – “if + Present Simple, will + infinitive without to” (positive, negative, questions).
  43. Using “might” (positive, negative, questions).
  44. Second conditional – “if + Past Simple, would + infinitive without to” (positive, negative, questions).
  45. Using “I wish”.

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You can choose lessons with different teachers, or at different levels, to test your knowledge and practice your language skills.

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