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ENGLISH BEGINNER SEMANA 6 661 Hours


ENGLISH – BEGINNER LEVEL

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ENGLISH – BEGINNER LEVEL

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ENGLISH – BEGINNER LEVEL

Beginner Overall objective for the Beginner level is to understand and to use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases aimed at the satisfaction of needs of a concrete type. Introduce him/herself and others and ask and answer questions about personal details such as where he/she lives, people he/she knows and things he/she has. Interact in a simple way provided the other person talks slowly and clearly and is prepared to help.

5. Objects & Animals - 02:31 Lesson Objectives Vocabulary Themes

Grammar

Find out the names of everyday objects (office furniture, stationery) and describe where they are. Learn the names of some animals. Food - Cookware and kitchen utensils Animals - Marine life - Land and amphibious animals - Insects - Birds Education - School supplies and related activities Housing - House and home - Furniture The verb “to have” Interrogative pronouns, adjectives and adverbs Tags - Short answers The plural

6. Adjectives - 01:37 Lesson Objectives Vocabulary Themes

Grammar

Learn new attributive adjectives. Describe yourself and some objects in detail. Objects - Textures Defining Space - Volume - Speed Judgment and Opinion - Agreement, disagreement - Necessity, ability and difficulty - Appraisal - Criticism - True, false Personality and Feelings Prepositions of place Comparing equals Exclamations with “what a”

7. Vacation Plans - 02:22 Lesson Objectives

Make reservations for a vacation. Set the vacation length and dates. Book a vacation home and describe it (rooms, kitchen, and bathroom). Learn basic vocabulary for furniture. 4


ENGLISH – BEGINNER LEVEL

Vocabulary Themes

Grammar

Objects - Descriptive terms Defining Space - Distance - Location Judgment and Opinion - General terms and impartiality Housing - Parts of a building - Types of accommodation - Living spaces - Real estate “How much” - “How many” “There is” - “There are” “How long”

8. The Summer Rental - 02:17 Lesson Objectives Vocabulary Themes

Grammar

Learn how to express that something is broken or does not work. Learn basic household vocabulary (appliances, cutlery, and linen). Food - Cookware and kitchen utensils Housing - Parts of a building - Living spaces - Household appliances - Linens - Furniture The affirmative imperative The negative imperative Past interrogatives

9. Grocery Shopping - 02:14 Lesson Objectives Vocabulary Themes

Grammar

Learn what to ask when grocery shopping. Ask for advice on ingredients and cooking. Food - Food preparation - Preparing and enjoying a meal - Different meals - Courses Economy and Trade - Buying, selling Shopping - Stores The simple present and the present continuous “Should” and “ought to:” advice “Too” - “Too much”

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Sixth week beginner