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F5 Intermediate


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Academic Coordination
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Al culminar este nivel, el participante será capaz de comprender los puntos principales de textos claros y en lengua estándar si tratan sobre cuestiones que le son conocidas, ya sea en situaciones de trabajo, de estudio o de ocio. Sabrá desenvolverse en la mayor parte de las situaciones que pueden surgir durante un viaje por zonas donde se utiliza la lengua. Podrá redactar textos medios con cierto grado de complejidad (como cartas, e-mails, e invitaciones).

Upon completion of this level, you will be capable of understanding the main points of clear texts in Standard language if they deal with familiar matters, whether in work, study or leisure situations. You will be prepared to deal with most of the situations that may arise during a trip in areas where the language is used. You will be able to write average texts with a certain degree of complexity (such as letters, e-mails, and invitations).

We will introduce the following topics:

  • The first conditional
  • Verbs followed by infinitives and gerunds
  • The second conditional
  • Too and not enough to talk about quantities
  • Defining relative clauses
  • Continue to look at defining relative clauses
  • The past perfect
  • Reported Speech
  • Adjectives: Order Before Nouns
  • Adjectives: Order After Verbs
  • Adjectives: Order Opinion vs. Fact
  • Adverbs of manner
  • Adverbs of Place: somewhere, home, near, nearby
  • Differentiate the usage of adverbs and adjectives
  • Much, many, little, few, a lot, plenty
  • Expressions of Quantity, Containers, pair of

Here is the level outline:

1. Intermediate 1st Month

Dec 24

• The first conditional • Verbs followed by infinitives and gerunds • The second conditional • Too and not enough to talk about quantities • Defining relative clauses • Continue to look at defining relative clauses • The past perfect • Reported Speech

2. Intermediate 2nd Month

Nov 20

• Adjectives: Order Before Nouns • Adjectives: Order After Verbs • Adjectives: Order Opinion vs. Fact • Adverbs of manner • Adverbs of Place: somewhere, home, near, nearby • Differentiate the usage of adverbs and adjectives • Much, many, little, few, a lot, plenty • Expressions of Quantity, Containers, pair of

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