English Language B1 – video course

85,33$

  • CHF: CHF75,44
  • EUR: €78,44
  • RSD: RSD 9.200,00
  • HUF: Ft2.760,00
  • BAM: BAM149,96
  • GBP: £67,16

You will be able to understand and communicate in different situations at school, at work, on trips, etc. Your English language skills will reach an intermediate level, which is generally the lowest level required to get a job in an English speaking company.

12 modules (2-3 lessons per module

12 tests

1 final test

BONUS: 5 speaking exercises with feedback and corrections.

Usability of the bonus – 3 months after the purchase

Description

Ready to learn English with recorded video lessons and tons of interactive exercises and tests? Want to speak accurately and confidently at work and when traveling?

Then the video English language course for B1 level is the right choice for you.

Unit 1
– and review different tenses (present, past, future)
– how to use auxiliary verbs (do, be, have)
– how to memorize vocabulary more efficiently

We will practice:
– giving short answers
– using a dictionary
– speaking about your family and living abroad
– writing an informal letter
– using everyday words and phrases

To complete an activity, pause the video and then check the solutions with your teacher. To improve your pronunciation and intonation, read with your teacher and repeat after her.

Unit 2

In this unit, we will learn
– and review present tenses (Present Simple and Present Continuous)
– adverbs of frequency (never, sometimes, often, always, etc.)
– how and when to use passive voice
– how to read big numbers

We will practice
– speaking about your job and current projects
– speaking about free time activities
– making small talk
– expressing opinions

To complete an activity, pause the video and then check the solutions with your teacher. To improve your pronunciation and intonation, read with your teacher and repeat after her.

Unit 3

In this unit, we will learn
– and review past tenses (Past Simple, Past Continuous and Past Perfect)
– how and when to use used to
– how to speak about past events

We will practice
– pronunciation and intonation
– giving opinions
– speaking about past events

To complete an activity, pause the video and then check the solutions with your teacher. To improve your pronunciation and intonation, read with your teacher and repeat after her.

Unit 4

In this unit, we will learn
– when and how to use modal and related verbs (should, must, have to, be allowed to)
– when and how to use have got to
– phrasal verbs (turn on, take off, take up, get on, etc.)
–  about polite requests and offers

We will practice

– speaking about past and present obligation and permission (have to, had to, must)
– asking for and giving advice (I think you should…)
– speaking about childhood

To complete an activity, pause the video and then check the solutions with your teacher. To improve your pronunciation and intonation, read with your teacher and repeat after her.

Unit 5

In this unit, we will learn
– and review future forms (will, going to)
– how to use maymight, and could to talk about the future
– about word building (act, action, active, actively)

We will practice
–  arranging to meet someone
– talking about the future
– talking about technology and climate change
– proper pronunciation and intonation

To complete an activity, pause the video and then check the solutions with your teacher. To improve your pronunciation and intonation, read with your teacher and repeat after her.

Unit 6

In this unit, we will learn
– how to ask and answer information questions (about people, things and places)
– how to use adjectives and adverbs
– compound adjectives (kind-hearted, well-dressedgood-lookingetc.)

We will practice
– speaking about department stores
– describing people, things and places
– pronunciation and intonation

To complete an activity, pause the video and then check the solutions with your teacher. To improve your pronunciation and intonation, read with your teacher and repeat after her.

Unit 7

In this unit, we will learn
– and review Present Perfect (simple, continuous, and passive)
– when to use Present Perfect and when to use Past Simple
– time expressions use can use with Present Perfect and Past Simple (recentlyjustyetin 1999last yearetc.)

We will practice
– speaking about famous writers, fashion, and football
– speaking about life experiences
– using phrases to express opinion about different activities
– proper pronunciation and intonation

To complete an activity, pause the video and then check the solutions with your teacher. To improve your pronunciation and intonation, read with your teacher and repeat after her.

Unit 8

In this unit, we will learn
– about verb patterns (for example, stop talking and stop to talk)
– idiomatic expressions (for example, see eye to eyehave a sweet toothto get out of hand)
– hot to read different numbers

We will practice
– using different verb patterns to ask and answer questions
– speaking about fears and phobias
– speaking about dangerous journeys
– saying numbers correctly

To complete an activity, pause the video and then check the solutions with your teacher. To improve your pronunciation and intonation, read with your teacher and repeat after her

Unit 9

In this unit, we will learn
– how to use conditionals (for example, If it rains, I will stay at home)
–  words with similar
meaning
– how to talk about pros and cons

We will practice
– using different types of conditional sentences
– speaking about possible and impossible situations
– using words with similar meanings
– speaking about money

To complete an activity, pause the video and then check the solutions with your teacher. To improve your pronunciation and intonation, read with your teacher and repeat after her.

Unit 10

In this unit, we will learn
– how to use articles aan and the
– how to use all and every
– how to use reflexive pronouns (myself, yourself, himself, etc.)
– compound nouns (for example, sun glasses sunglasses)
– what to say and do if we don’t know/forget a word in English

We will practice
– practice using possessive adjectives (myyourhis, etc.)
– practice using possessive pronouns (mineyourshis, etc.)
– speaking about the Internet
– describing cities
– proper pronunciation and intonation

To complete an activity, pause the video and then check the solutions with your teacher. To improve your pronunciation and intonation, read with your teacher and repeat after her.

Unit 11

In this unit, we will learn
– modal verbs of probability (could, might, must)
– phrasal verbs with out and up (work sth outmake sth up, find out, etc.)
– phrases to use when expressing attitude (for example, to be honest, hopefully, personally, etc.)

We will practice
– speaking about optical illusions
– reading a story about Sherlock Holmes
– speaking about probability in the present, future and past
– expressing disbelief (What on earth…?)
– pronunciation and intonation

To complete an activity, pause the video and then check the solutions with your teacher. To improve your pronunciation and intonation, read with your teacher and repeat after her.

Unit 12

In this unit, we will learn
– how to use reported speech (She said that…)
– verbs we can use instead of say and tell
– how to use don’t mind and don’t care
– clichés (for example, It’s not the end of the world)

We will practice
– using reported speech
– reading and speaking about people who changed the world
– using clichés appropriately

To complete an activity, pause the video and then check the solutions with your teacher. To improve your pronunciation and intonation, read with your teacher and repeat after her.

BONUSES:

  • Video lessons on Creative Vocabulary Acquisition Strategies (value: 40$)
  • Recordings of free conversational classes, with error correction (value: 30$)
  • 5 speaking tasks with a teacher’s feedback (value: 40$)