English Level B2 - Intermediate

Unit 1 – Life

  • Lesson A – Simple and Continuous Verbs
  • Lesson B – Verb + verb ing/to
  • Lesson C – Highlights in conversations (this/these)
  • Lesson D – Writing a story

Unit 2 – Interests

  • Lesson A – as … as
  • Lesson B – Negative Questions – Descriptive Words About Clothes
  • Lesson C – Summarizing
  • Lesson D – Punctuation

Unit 3 – Culture

  • Lesson A – Simple Present Passive
  • Lesson B – Negative (Not) of verb ing/to
  • Lesson C – Speaking Directly – Of course
  • Lesson D – Proverbs – Expressions

Unit 4 – Social Life

  • Lesson A – Be supposed to, was/were going to
  • Lesson B –¬†Inseperable phrasal verbs – Get expressions
  • Lesson C – Checking – So
  • Lesson D – Usage of as

Unit 5 – Law

  • Lesson A – Passive of modals
  • Lesson B – Describing crimes – Be vs Get Passives
  • Lesson C – Organizing thoughts
  • Lesson D – Giving reasons

Unit 6 – Coincidences

  • Lesson A – Past Perfect Tense
  • Lesson B – Superstitions – So/Neither
  • Lesson C – Making clear statements – Just
  • Lesson D – Prepositional time clauses

Unit 7 – Problems

  • Lesson A – Causative get and have
  • Lesson B – Need + Passive infinitive / Verb ing – Problem names
  • Lesson C – Shorter Statements
  • Lesson D – Presentation techniques

Unit 8 – Reactions

  • Lesson A – Past Modals (Would/Should/Could)
  • Lesson B – Noun-Adjective Change – Past Modals for Speculation
  • Lesson C – Sharing Experiences – Use of like
  • Lesson D – Writing an apology

Unit 9 – Wealth

  • Lesson A – Reported Speech
  • Lesson B – Reported Questions – Words about Money
  • Lesson C – Reporting – Quoting
  • Lesson D – Verbs for reported and direct speech

Unit 10 – Celebrities

  • Lesson A – If Clause Type III
  • Lesson B – Tag Questions
  • Lesson C – Giving Advice – It’s hard to say
  • Lesson D – Topic and Supporting sentences

Unit 11 – Trending Topics

  • Lesson A – Passive of Present Perfect/Present Continuous
  • Lesson B – Linking ideas – Environmental Problems
  • Lesson C – Referring back in Conversations – So forth
  • Lesson D – Describing and Discussing Trends

Unit 12 – Career

  • Lesson A – What clauses – Long noun phrases
  • Lesson B – Future Continuous/ Future Perfect – Areas of work
  • Lesson C – Introducing what to say – I don’t know if
  • Lesson D – Writing an application letter

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