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One-to-one Intermediate English

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  • Language taught: English
  • Course type: WK615
  • Sessions taught: 8

Individual Sessions
  • 30 minute session - 80 ITC
  • 60 minute session - 115 ITC

Description

Intermediate lessons are for English students who can use English in many social and business situations, but make regular mistakes. This level is suitable for students who have the grammar and vocabulary to talk and read about many topics. Students at this level are also able understand tone and are aware of pronunciation of words.Students at this level are familiar with tenses and can confidently make sentences and use the question forms in all of them. Also they understand modal verbs. Most English learners at this level will have studied English for at least 1-2 years in the past.You will learn to:• Talk about permanent and temporary situations using present simple and continuous• Use present continuous• Talk about future arrangements• Use new vocabulary to talk about government policies• Review past simple and continuous• Learn to describe people and things using ing/ed adjectives• Learn to use articles a, an, and the• Review this, that, these, those• Learn about negative comparatives using isn't as...as• Talk about big and small differences using just a bit, slightly, much, and a lot• Ask for, give, and receive directions politely• Talk about your life using used to, still and not anymore• Talk about quantity using a few, a lot of, much, many, a little, a bit of• Pronounce difficult vowel and consonant sounds• Stress words correctly• Use intonation to sound polite• Talk about your experiences using past simple and present perfect• Use some new education vocabulary• Talk about work using the present perfect continuous• Talk about education and work using for, since and ago• Describe experiences using when, as soon as, while, just as and until• Describe the background to a scene or story using past continuous• Talk about sequential events using past simple• Use was / were going to to talk about something you intended to do, but didn't• Talk about instant decisions using will• Talk about future plans using going to• Learn about negative prefixes• Describe people and places using some new adjectives• Learn about word families• Pronounce difficult consonant and vowel sounds• AND MUCH MORE! ****You will listen to audio conversations between native English speakers. The lessons will be structured and easy to follow. All materials needed in the lesson will be provided free.****