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English Level 1 - Beginner

Listening

Can follow a conversation between: friends meeting, strangers introductions, an official and a tourist, strangers asking for directions and time, people showing hospitality, strangers formal introductions, shop assistant and customer .
Can understand a monologue about: country of origin, daily routine, family, food, film and TV preferences and habits.
Can follow an interview asking about: personal details, family traditions

Reading

Can follow a short text about: numbers, calendars, daily routine, book characters, family traditions, dogs, accommodation, food, cinema, film and TV
Can understand the following genres: a personal details form, an introductory letter, hotel booking letter.

Spoken interaction

Can ask for and give: personal information, the time, information about friends and family, film/TV habits and preferences, activity/free time preferences
Can enact conversations: formal introductions, greetings and offers, asking and giving directions, people watching TV, shop assistant and customer
Can make group decisions about: e.g. accommodation
Can have a discussion about: languages, TV habits

Spoken production

Can talk about: a place you like, daily routine, a person, your town, your accommodation, food

Writing

Can write short texts about: routines and favourite days, a person or family, food, a film Can write in these genres: a personal details form, an email to a hotel, a review

Grammar

Verb to be—am/are/is

Indefinite articles a / an

Possessive adjectives

prepositions from / in / near

Wh- questions

Present simple Was / were born

Present simple and Present continuous

Questions with do/does

Object pronouns

There is / there are

Countable and uncountable

Quantifiers a lot of/much/many/some

Frequency (every / day / week/ month)

Adverbs of frequency (always/sometimes)

Vocabulary

Rooms in house

Furniture in the house

City life

People and jobs

Irregular verbs

Weekend activities

Sports and leisure

Verbs and nouns that go together

Food

In a restaurant

Colours

Clothes

Describing a person

Transport and travel

English Level 2 - Elementary

Listening

Can follow a conversation between: work colleagues, colleagues on the phone, strangers asking for directions, tutor and students, doctor and patient, family members, tour guide and tourist Can understand a monologue-about: jobs, school and teachers, news facts, weather, transport, family traditions, clothes, tourism, games

Reading

Can follow a short text about : jobs, typing, education, historical facts, famous people, weather, transport, culture shock, emigration, nature, rites of passage, body art, games
Can understand the following genres: a job application letter, a report, a written speech, an email to a friend

Spoken interaction

Can ask for and give: school subject preferences, job descriptions, information about a special day, activity preferences, questionnaire information, life experiences, descriptions of appearance, sport
Can enact conversations: requests and responses in meetings, messages on the phone, tourism officials and tourists, directions in the street, doctor and patient, friends on holiday
Can make group decisions about: a holiday plan
Can carry out a class survey and report back on: abilities
Can have a discussion about: education, what to take on holiday, place names, in-film advertising, sport, games

Spoken production

Can talk about: a job, school, news stories, weather, describe an object, daily routine, life events, a tradition, free time activities, tourism, holiday plans, rules of a game

Writing

Can write short texts about: a job, an event, a person
Can write in these genres: a job application, a biography, a report, a speech, an email to a friend

Grammar

Can for ability, adverbs

Questions with was/were

Past simple — regular and irregular

Past simple — negatives and questions

Present simple/continuous

Infinitive of purpose

present perfect

the superlative

have/go

the comparative

Was/were

Can for possibility

One/ones

-ing form

Going to

Present perfect + past

Simple

It

VocabuIary

Jobs

Abilities

Weather

Clothes

Sports

Transport

Big numbers

Feelings

Nature

Life events

Parts of the body

Free time activities, sports, games

Places in a city

School types and subjects