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Level A – Beginner

 

Unit 1 – Introducing Myself

  • Lesson A – Greetings
  • Lesson B – To Be
  • Lesson C – Numbers and Spelling
  • Lesson D – Formal and Informal Conversation

Unit 2 – Talk about your world

  • Lesson A – Common Expressions + objects + plurals
  • Lesson B – Countries and Nationalities + (where, what…)
  • Lesson C – What + demonstratives
  • Lesson D – Jobs + indefinite article a/an + Yes/No Questions

Unit 3 – People and Family Members

  • Lesson A – Have/Have got + Yes/No Questions
  • Lesson B – Genative ‘s + possessive adjectives
  • Lesson C – Describing People
  • Lesson D – Follow-up Questions + Showing Interest + daily conversation

Unit 4 – Daily Life

  • Lesson A – Simple Present Tense – Regular Verbs
  • Lesson B – Days, Time Expressions, Routine Activities
  • Lesson C – months of the year, dates, birthdays, ordinal numbers
  • Lesson D – definite article vs indefinite article vs no article

Unit 5 – Leisure Time

  • Lesson A – Punctuation + prepositions of place
  • Lesson B – Frequency and TV Shows (x times a y)+ information questions
  • Lesson C – To Repeating Ideas
  • Lesson D – And and But, Linking Words, commas, and lists

Unit 6 – Hometown

  • Lesson A – There is, There are, Opposite Adjectives
  • Lesson B – Telling Time, Let’s
  • Lesson C – Agreements
  • Lesson D – Prepositions + directions pt 1

Unit 7 – Sports

  • Lesson A – Present Continuous Tense, Whether
  • Lesson B – Sports, Activities, Time Expressions
  • Lesson C – Follow Up Questions – DO pronouns
  • Lesson D – Imperatives

Unit 8 – Shopping

  • Lesson A – would like, like, want, need, have to
  • Lesson B – Clothes, Colors, How Much
  • Lesson C – Conversation Sounds
  • Lesson D – Because

Unit 9 – World

  • Lesson A – Can, Can’t, Touristic Places
  • Lesson B – Present Continuous for Future
  • Lesson C – Explanation ( Like, Kind of)
  • Lesson D – Comma, Touristic Destinations

Unit 10 – Plans

  • Lesson A – Simple Past Tense
  • Lesson B – Irregular Verbs, Time Expressions
  • Lesson C – Responding Questions
  • Lesson D – Before, After, When, Then

Unit 11 – Memories

  • Lesson A – Simple Past Of to Be – Describing People
  • Lesson B – Get/Go expressions
  • Lesson C – Changing Topic of Conversation
  • Lesson D – Capitals and Punctuation

Unit 12 – Foods and Drinks

  • Lesson A – Countable/Uncountable – much, many, a lot of
  • Lesson B – Food names – ‘d like, some, any
  • Lesson C – Give an order – Something, anything, or
  • Lesson D – Recommendation – Useful expressions

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Level A2 – Elementary

 

Unit 1 – Friendship

  • Lesson A – Present Simple and present form of to be
  • Lesson B – Too, either
  • Lesson C – To start a conversation
  • Lesson D – Punctuation + parts of speech

Unit 2 – Hobbies

  • Lesson A – Leisure time activities – Grammar check
  • Lesson B – Music types – Object pronouns
  • Lesson C – Rejections
  • Lesson D – Linking words (and, but, also, because)

Unit 3 – Health

  • Lesson A – Simple Present and Present Continious
  • Lesson B – Pains and Aches, If / When
  • Lesson C – Encourage People To Talk
  • Lesson D – Giving Advice – Comma Usage

Unit 4 – Special Days

  • Lesson A – Be Going To, Indirect Object Pronouns, Ordinal Numbers
  • Lesson B – Present Continuous For The Future, Special Events
  • Lesson C – Vague Expressions
  • Lesson D – Invitations

Unit 5 – Growing up

  • Lesson A – Review of Simple Past Tense, Saying Years
  • Lesson B – All, Most, A lot, Some, A few, No, None of – School Subjects
  • Lesson C – Correcting Things
  • Lesson D – Linking Words ( Except for, Apart from )

Unit 6 – Neighbourhood

  • Lesson A – Location expressions – Is/Are there – Names of places in a city
  • Lesson B – Can, Could
  • Lesson C – Checking Information
  • Lesson D – Giving Directions pt 2

Unit 7 – Travelling

  • Lesson A – Infinitives – It’s + adj + to
  • Lesson B – Needs in trip – Advice/Suggestion
  • Lesson C – Like/Guess Usage in Conversation
  • Lesson D – Writing cards

Unit 8 – Home

  • Lesson A – Possessive Pronouns
  • Lesson B – Rooms and items in rooms – One/Ones pronouns
  • Lesson C – Polite conversations (Do/Would you mind)
  • Lesson D – Sequence words (first, before, when, as soon as…)

Unit 9 – Accident

  • Lesson A – Past Continious Tense
  • Lesson B – Reflexive Pronouns – Body Parts
  • Lesson C – Reacting – Betting
  • Lesson D – When/While

Unit 10 – Communication

  • Lesson A – Comparatives
  • Lesson B – Phone expressions – More, less, fewer
  • Lesson C – Interrupt and restart conversations – Just
  • Lesson D – Advantages/Disadvantages article

Unit 11 – Physical Appearances

  • Lesson A – Have got
  • Lesson B – Adjectives to describe +verb -ing phrases
  • Lesson C – Trying to remember in conversations
  • Lesson D – Trend expressions

Unit 12 – Future Dreams

  • Lesson A – Future use of Modals and Tenses – Future plan expressions
  • Lesson B – Future use of simple present tense in clauses – Occupations
  • Lesson C – Making offers and promises – agreements
  • Lesson D – Listing ideas in writing

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Level B1 – Pre-Intermediate

 

Unit 1 – Personality

  • Lesson A – Adverbs vs Adjectives
  • Lesson B – Adverbs – Adjective Prefixes
  • Lesson C – Habits – At least
  • Lesson D – Describing Individual Qualities

Unit 2 – Experiences

  • Lesson A – Present Perfect Tense
  • Lesson B – Present Perfect Tense vs Simple Past Tense
  • Lesson C – To Show Interest in Conversations – Do you?
  • Lesson D – Adverbs of attitude

Unit 3 – Wonders of the World

  • Lesson A – Superlatives
  • Lesson B – How + adj questions
  • Lesson C – Being supportive – Emphasize feelings
  • Lesson D – Adding Informations

Unit 4 – Family

  • Lesson A – Let/Make/Help/Get/Want/Ask
  • Lesson B – Used to / Would
  • Lesson C – Giving Opinions / Agreeing
  • Lesson D – Use of time markers

Unit 5 – Eating Habits

  • Lesson A – Quantities – Useful Words
  • Lesson B – Too /Too much / Too many/ Enough
  • Lesson C – Refusals – Making Decisions
  • Lesson D – Giving examples (like, such as)

Unit 6 – Schedule

  • Lesson A – Future Meaning of Tenses
  • Lesson B – Modals (Ought to, have to, had better) – Reduction of verbs
  • Lesson C – Good byes, ending conversations
  • Lesson D – Linking verbs (as long as, provided that, unless)

Unit 7 – Personal Relationships

  • Lesson A – Relative Clauses
  • Lesson B – Phrasal verbs
  • Lesson C – Softening comments – Though
  • Lesson D – Both – Neither

Unit 8 – Priorities

  • Lesson A – Wish – If Clauses Type II
  • Lesson B – Prepositions in phrases – Would
  • Lesson C – Giving Advice
  • Lesson D – Expressions – Adverbs in Negative Affirmations

Unit 9 – Technology

  • Lesson A – Questions within statements/sentences
  • Lesson B – Phrasal verbs (How to, what to, where to)
  • Lesson C – Giving Different Ideas in Conversations
  • Lesson D – Planning an Article

Unit 10 – Social Life

  • Lesson A – Present Perfect Continuous vs Present Perfect Tense
  • Lesson B – Type of Movies – Already/yet/still
  • Lesson C – Asking a favor – Alright/OK
  • Lesson D – Although / Even though / Even

Unit 11 – Feelings

  • Lesson A – Speculating in Must/May/Might/Can/Could
  • Lesson B – Adjectives ending -ed and -ing
  • Lesson C – Showing Understand (must be, I see)
  • Lesson D – Impressions, reactions, opinions

Unit 12 – News

  • Lesson A – Simple Past Passive
  • Lesson B – Use of by + agent – Types of natural disasters
  • Lesson C – The … thing is … – Telling News
  • Lesson D – Writing statistics

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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