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Intermediate English – Part 2

This is part 2 of the fourth level English language course. At this level, the language of communication is more advanced and the topics are contemporary. The focus is on fluency and accuracy through the development of sub-skill strategies for interaction, through speaking and writing. Topical and functional lexis provide the reference by which language is introduced and recycled within clear natural contexts. The practice of writing is given through real-world communicative texts.


Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this course, the participant will be able to:

  • Talk about advice and rules;

  • Describe food;

  • Ask for/give recommendations;

  • Write a review of a restaurant or café;

  • Describe a building;

  • Describe a town or city;

  • Make offers and ask for permission;

  • Write a note with useful information;

  • Talk about the news;

  • Relay what other people say;

  • Make generalizations;

  • Express themselves vaguely;

  • Write an email summary of a news story;

  • Talk about films and TV;

  • Elaborate on public events;

  • Make/respond to recommendations;

  • Write an article;

  • Relate imagined past events;

  • Talk about things one would like to do;

  • Reassure a person with a problem;

  • Write an email with advice.

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