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Inglés C1

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  • Curso
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  • 120 horas de estudio
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Starting with conditional prhases, time clauses and a review of the passive voice, the learner will encounter exercises to practise reported speech, synonims,relative clauses..

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English
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Vocabulary
Esfuerzo
Gramática
Gramática inglesa
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Inglés C1
Listening comprehension
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OBJETIVOS

Una vez finalizado el curso el alumno/a será capaz de comprender una amplia variedad de textos extensos y con cierto nivel de exigencia, así como reconocer en ellos sentidos implícitos. Sabrá expresarse de forma fluida y espontánea sin muestras muy evidentes de esfuerzo para encontrar la expresión adecuada. Podrá hacer un uso flexible y efectivo del idioma para fines sociales, académicos y profesionales. Producir textos claros, bien estructurados y detallados sobre temas de cierta complejidad, mostrando un uso correcto de los mecanismos de organización, articulación y cohesión del texto.

CONTENIDOS


Starting out the theatre group I - I
Aims: To expand the structures and vocabulary covered in the previous Blocks through a series of interactive exercises. Vocabulary: Introduction to new vocabulary items: variety, diagram, lecturer, to look up, to fetch, gesture. Activities: Association of sentences and words with corresponding pictures, Multiple choice listening comprehension: real life dialogue.
           
Starting out the theatre group I - II
Aims: To expand the structures and vocabulary covered as well as to present and practice the grammar through a series of interactive exercises. Structures and functions: Tense review: present tenses, past tenses, perfect tenses, future tenses. Uses of 'Get'. Vocabulary: Useful expressions: on the dole, in a rut, to get the gist, to get rid of, to split up, to take your mind off, to count someone in, on the contrary, Non-verbal communication. Language learning.

Starting out the theatre group I - III
Aims: To expand, consolidate and review the structures and vocabulary covered in the previous lessons through a series of interactive exercises. Structures and functions: Tense review: present tenses, past tenses, perfect tenses, future tenses, Uses of 'Get', Prepositions collocated with verbs. Vocabulary: Revision of useful expressions and phrasal verbs: on the dole, in a rut, to get the gist, to get rid of, to split up, to take your mind off, to count someone in, on the contrary.

Starting out the theatre group II - I
Aims: To expand the structures and vocabulary covered through a series of interactive exercises. Structures and functions: Presentation of new vocabulary through contextual sentences. Vocabulary: Presentation of new vocabulary: background, motorist, chairman, theme, prospects, to write an account of, hardship, crisis, in the former / latter, manage to, recall, amongst, etc.
           
Starting out the theatre group II - II
Aims: To present, practice and expand the grammar covered through a series of interactive exercises. Structures and functions: Past simple vs. Past continuous, Present perfect simple and continuous vs. Past perfect simple and continuous, Used to & use to vs. would for past habits, Dates. Vocabulary: Useful expressions: let me introduce you to, I’d like you to meet, better late than never, it’s been a pleasure to meet you, to run into someone/something, the matter in hand.           

Starting out the theatre group II - III
Aims: To consolidate and review the structures, grammar and vocabulary covered in the lessons through a series of interactive exercises such as listening and repeating vocabulary, fill-in the gaps activities, choosing an option, dubbing the film, etc. Structures and functions: Past simple vs. Past continuous, Present perfect simple and continuous vs. Past perfect simple and continuous, Used to & use to vs. would for past habits, Dates. Vocabulary: Addressing people: titles and appropriate responses, Revision of useful expressions: let me introduce you to, I’d like you to meet, better late than never, it’s been a pleasure to meet you, to run into someone/something, the matter in hand.
           
Additional vocabulary I
Revision of knowledge and vocabulary which has been acquired so far.

Starting out the theatre group III - I
Aims: To expand the structures and vocabulary covered through a series of interactive exercises. Structures and functions: Presentation of new vocabulary through contextual sentences and dialogues. Vocabulary: Presentation of new vocabulary: box office, performance, troublemakers, seaside, to line up, eventful, refreshing, rest room etc. Activities: Association of sentences and words with corresponding pictures, Listen and repeat, Listening comprehension: choose the correct ending for the sentences.           

Starting out the theatre group III - II
Aims: To study, practice and expand the grammar, structures and vocabulary covered through a series of interactive exercises. Structures and functions: Present perfect simple vs. Present perfect continuous, Present perfect + often, still, yet, already, just…, Time markers: for, since, during, while, Articles: 'the’ or zero, Prepositions of place: in, on, by, at. Vocabulary: Useful expressions: to get the bug for something, to keep verb+ing, to work something out, to make a fool of oneself, to do some verb+ing, Geographical names & location reference, Theatre, Letters to the editor.
           
Starting out the theatre group III - III
Aims: To consolidate and review the structures, grammar and vocabulary covered in the lessons through a series of interactive exercises. Structures and functions: Present perfect simple vs. Present perfect continuous, Present perfect + often, still, yet, already, just…, Time markers: for, since, during, while, Articles: 'the' or zero, Prepositions of place: in, on, by, at. Vocabulary: Useful expressions: to get the bug for something, to keep verb+ing, to work something out, to make a fool of oneself, to do some verb+ing, Geographical names & location reference, Theatre, Letters to the editor.

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