AEG-English

Elementary 2 (A1)

A1ELE204 – Future Plans
A1ELE205 – Routines
A1ELE206 – Shops and Restaurants

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Elementary 1 (A1)

A1ELE101 – Exchange basic info
A1ELE102 – Speaking about the past
A1ELE103 – Travelling

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Pre-Intermediate 5 (A2)

Revision of all A2 modules:

A2PRE101 – Work
A2PRE102 – Everyday vocabulary
A2PRE103 – Visiting an English-speaking country
A2PRE204 – Explaining Events
A2PRE205 – Opinions and advice
A2PRE206 – Plans & Predictions
A2PRE307 – Conditions & Obligations
A2PRE308 – Routines & Collocations
A2PRE309 – Comparing Quantities, Qualities and Dimensions
A2PRE410 – Irregular Verbs
A2PRE411 – Making arrangements
A2PRE412 – Our experience

Objectives – Complete the CEFR objectives for A2 level:
Can understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to areas of most immediate relevance (e.g. very basic personal and family information, shopping, local geography, employment).
Can communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and routine matters.
Can describe in simple terms aspects of his/her background, immediate environment and matters in areas of immediate need.


Upper-Intermediate 3 (B2)

B2-U3-14 – Clauses and connectors
B2-U3-08 – Phrasal Verbs and Prepositions
B2-U3-09 – Technology, innovation, prediction
B2-U3-15 – Intonation and the Schwa

Objectives – Can I connect different ideas in a paragraph to explain a sequence of events? Can I structure a paragraph correctly? Can I understand the construction and use of phrasal verbs? Can I use phrasal verbs correctly? Can I understand the meanings of particles in phrasal verbs? Can I explain a process or a problem using technology? Can I explain and understand measures and materials? Can I follow complex instructions using technology? Can I express strong and weak syllables in a sentence? Can I express questions with the correct intonation?

Contents – Connecting phrases, clauses of concession, result, purpose; Relative clauses; Adverbs of manner and degree; Phrasal verb particles and their different meanings; Vocabulary of technology, measures, internet, applications etc; Expressing meaning through intonation; Intonation for questions; Schwa, the neutral vowel.