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For those people who wish to practise a slower learning of English. English for adults is a series of courses designed for students over fourteen. The student learns basing on exercises, sentences and visual support and exercises. These characteristics help the user to learn grammar in a natural and context way. Dirigido a todos los interesados.

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En este nivel el alumno aprenderá los pronombres personales, como conjugar el presente simple, el alfabeto, cómo hacer preguntas y dar información, hablar sobre rutinas diarias, como pedir comida o comprar ropa, etc.

1. Greetings Part 1: Functions: Meeting people. Greeting. Asking Names. Grammar: Subject Pronouns. To be (affirmative form). Alphabet. Vocabulary: Greetings.

2. Greetings Part 2: Functions: Meeting people. Greeting. Asking Names. Grammar: Subject Pronouns. To be (affirmative form). Alphabet. Vocabulary: Greetings.

3. Greetings Part 3: Functions: Meeting people. Greeting. Asking Names. Grammar: Subject Pronouns. To be (affirmative form). Alphabet. Vocabulary: Greetings.

4. Happy birthday! Part 1: Functions: Introducing people. Asking about people's age. Spelling words. Counting from 1 to 10. Calculating. Grammar: Verb To Be (short form). Vocabulary: Numbers. Age. Introductions: This is ...

5. Happy birthday! Part 2: Functions: Introducing people. Asking about people's age. Spelling words. Counting from 1 to 10. Calculating. Grammar: Verb To Be (short form). Vocabulary: Numbers. Age. Introductions: This is ...

6. Happy birthday! Part 3: Functions: Introducing people. Asking about people's age. Spelling words. Counting from 1 to 10. Calculating. Grammar: Verb To Be (short form). Vocabulary: Numbers. Age. Introductions: This is ...

7. Meeting new people Part 1: Functions: Asking about nationalities. Giving personal information. Grammar: Verb To Be. Article: a / an. Interrogative pronouns. Preposition of origin: from. Alphabet review. Vocabulary: Nationalities. Countries. Adjectives. Surname.

8. Meeting new people Part 2: Functions: Asking about nationalities. Giving personal information. Grammar: Verb To Be. Article: a / an. Interrogative pronouns. Preposition of origin: from. Alphabet review. Vocabulary: Nationalities. Countries. Adjectives. Surname.

9. Meeting new people Part 3: Functions: Asking about nationalities. Giving personal information. Grammar: Verb To Be. Article: a / an. Interrogative pronouns. Preposition of origin: from. Alphabet review. Vocabulary: Nationalities. Countries. Adjectives. Surname.

10. In the party Part 1: Functions: Asking and giving personal information. Talking about people. Grammar: Verb To Be: negative form. Verb To Be: interrogative form. Plurals. Demonstratives: this / these. Vocabulary: Jobs. Adjectives. More nationalities

11. In the party Part 2: Functions: Asking and giving personal information. Talking about people. Grammar: Verb To Be: negative form. Verb To Be: interrogative form. Plurals. Demonstratives: this / these. Vocabulary: Jobs. Adjectives. More nationalities

12. In the party Part 3: Functions: Asking and giving personal information. Talking about people. Grammar: Verb To Be: negative form. Verb To Be: interrogative form. Plurals. Demonstratives: this / these. Vocabulary: Jobs. Adjectives. More nationalities

13. Megan's job. Her first day Part 1: Functions: Expressing possession. Asking and telling the time. Indicating closeness or distance. Describing pictures. Grammar: There is / There are. Demonstratives: this / these / that / those. Plurals. Demonstratives: this / these. Also / too. Possessive adjectives. The 's case. Vocabulary: Days of the week. Parts of the day. Numbers from 0 to 12.

14. Megan's job. Her first day Part 2: Functions: Expressing possession. Asking and telling the time. Indicating closeness or distance. Describing pictures. Grammar: There is / There are. Demonstratives: this / these / that / those. Plurals. Demonstratives: this / these. Also / too. Possessive adjectives. The 's case. Vocabulary: Days of the week. Parts of the day. Numbers from 0 to 12.

15. Megan's job. Her first day Part 3: Functions: Expressing possession. Asking and telling the time. Indicating closeness or distance. Describing pictures. Grammar: There is / There are. Demonstratives: this / these / that / those. Plurals. Demonstratives: this / these. Also / too. Possessive adjectives. The 's case. Vocabulary: Days of the week. Parts of the day. Numbers from 0 to 12.

16. Talking about themselves Part 1: Functions: Talking about routine actions. Talking about oneself. Grammar: Present simple (affirmative form). Vocabulary: Verbs related to habitual actions. Numbers from 13 to 30.

17. Talking about themselves Part 2: Functions: Talking about routine actions. Talking about oneself. Grammar: Present simple (affirmative form). Vocabulary: Verbs related to habitual actions. Numbers from 13 to 30.

18. Talking about themselves Part 3: Functions: Talking about routine actions. Talking about oneself. Grammar: Present simple (affirmative form). Vocabulary: Verbs related to habitual actions. Numbers from 13 to 30.

19. Day-to-day of a Mayor Part 1: Functions: Talking about daily routine. Grammar: Present simple (affirmative form). Imperative with "let's". Frequency adverbs: usually, sometimes. Articles: a / an / the / -. Word order. Vocabulary: Vocabulary related to time: noon, midnight, later, etc. More verbs.

20. Day-to-day of a Mayor Part 2: Functions: Talking about daily routine. Grammar: Present simple (affirmative form). Imperative with "let's". Frequency adverbs: usually, sometimes. Articles: a / an / the / -. Word order. Vocabulary: Vocabulary related to time: noon, midnight, later, etc. More verbs.

21. Day-to-day of a Mayor Part 3: Functions: Talking about daily routine. Grammar: Present simple (affirmative form). Imperative with "let's". Frequency adverbs: usually, sometimes. Articles: a / an / the / -. Word order. Vocabulary: Vocabulary related to time: noon, midnight, later, etc. More verbs.

22. A table for two, please! Part 1: Functions: Talking about prices. Ordering a meal. Going shopping. Grammar: Present simple: negative form. Present simple: interrogative form. Vocabulary: Food. Money. Numbers from 30 to 100.

23. A table for two, please! Part 2: Functions: Talking about prices. Ordering a meal. Going shopping. Grammar: Present simple: negative form. Present simple: interrogative form. Vocabulary: Food. Money. Numbers from 30 to 100.

24. A table for two, please! Part 3: Functions: Talking about prices. Ordering a meal. Going shopping. Grammar: Present simple: negative form. Present simple: interrogative form. Vocabulary: Food. Money. Numbers from 30 to 100.

25. The typical English housewife Part 1: This lesson provides a choice of revision or extension activities.

26. The typical English housewife Part 2: This lesson provides a choice of revision or extension activities.


English Beginners Block 2

In this level the student will learn some modal verbs, for example can, the frequency advers, the prepositions of place, how to conjugate the verb to have, how to give commands and instructions, and so on. Regarding vocabulary, he will learn the colours in English, the parts of the body, the names of the clothes, or words related to the family. --TRANSLATED-- En este nivel el alumno aprenderá algunos verbos modales, por ejemplo can, los adverbios de frecuencia, las preposiciones de lugar, cómo conjugar el verbo tener, cómo dar órdenes y instrucciones, etc. En lo referente al vocabulario, aprenderá los colores en inglés, las partes del cuerpo, los nombres de la ropa, o bien palabras relacionadas con la familia.

1. Having a crash Part 1: Functions: Telephone conversations. Expressing ability. Asking for permission. Expressing possibility. Expressing prohibition. Grammar: Modal verb "Can". Vocabulary: Colours. Clothes. More verbs.

2. Having a crash Part 2: Functions: Telephone conversations. Expressing ability. Asking for permission. Expressing possibility. Expressing prohibition. Grammar: Modal verb "Can". Vocabulary: Colours. Clothes. More verbs.

3. Having a crash Part 3: Functions: Telephone conversations. Expressing ability. Asking for permission. Expressing possibility. Expressing prohibition. Grammar: Modal verb "Can". Vocabulary: Colours. Clothes. More verbs.

4. At the police station Part 1: Functions: Describing people. Asking to describe people. Grammar: Adjectives: characteristics and position in the sentence. Vocabulary: Parts of the body. Review of colours and age. More adjectives.

5. At the police station Part 2: Functions: Describing people. Asking to describe people. Grammar: Adjectives: characteristics and position in the sentence. Vocabulary: Parts of the body. Review of colours and age. More adjectives.

6. At the police station Part 3: Functions: Describing people. Asking to describe people. Grammar: Adjectives: characteristics and position in the sentence. Vocabulary: Parts of the body. Review of colours and age. More adjectives.

7. Megan's birthday Part 1: Functions: Expressing frequency. Expressing location. Expressing possession. Grammar: Adverbs of frequency. Prepositions of place. Have got. The 's case review. Vocabulary: Family. Prepositions.

8. Megan's birthday Part 2: Functions: Expressing frequency. Expressing location. Expressing possession. Grammar: Adverbs of frequency. Prepositions of place. Have got. The 's case review. Vocabulary: Family. Prepositions.

9. Megan's birthday Part 3: Functions: Expressing frequency. Expressing location. Expressing possession. Grammar: Adverbs of frequency. Prepositions of place. Have got. The 's case review. Vocabulary: Family. Prepositions.

10. The fifth anual race Part 1: Functions: Giving commands and instructions. Giving directions. Grammar: Imperative affirmative. Prepositions of movement. Vocabulary: Places of interest: bank, square, etc. Verbs of movement: go, turn, go past, etc.

11. The fifth anual race Part 2: Functions: Giving commands and instructions. Giving directions. Grammar: Imperative affirmative. Prepositions of movement. Vocabulary: Places of interest: bank, square, etc. Verbs of movement: go, turn, go past, etc.

12. The fifth anual race Part 3: Functions: Giving commands and instructions. Giving directions. Grammar: Imperative affirmative. Prepositions of movement. Vocabulary: Places of interest: bank, square, etc. Verbs of movement: go, turn, go past, etc.

13. Megan's dog Part 1: Functions: Warning. Giving instructions. Expressing prohibitions. Grammar: Imperative negative. Quantifiers: any, a few, a little, enough, plenty of, a lot of. Negative sentences either. Vocabulary: Once, twice, three times, etc. More verbs.

14. Megan's dog Part 2: Functions: Warning. Giving instructions. Expressing prohibitions. Grammar: Imperative negative. Quantifiers: any, a few, a little, enough, plenty of, a lot of. Negative sentences either. Vocabulary: Once, twice, three times, etc. More verbs.

15. Megan's dog Part 3: Functions: Warning. Giving instructions. Expressing prohibitions. Grammar: Imperative negative. Quantifiers: any, a few, a little, enough, plenty of, a lot of. Negative sentences either. Vocabulary: Once, twice, three times, etc. More verbs.

16. At the airport: looking for Megan Part 1: This lesson provides a choice of revision or extension activities.

17. At the airport: looking for Megan Part 2: This lesson provides a choice of revision or extension activities.


English Beginners Block 3

Block 3 is for those people who want to learn more complex verb tenses in English, such as the past, or else the present continuous, comparing it with the present simple. They will also learn to make comparisons between things and places. Regarding vocabulary, they will learn how to say the parts of the house in English, the months of the year, the clothes, the ordinal numbers, and also how to write dates in English. -- TRANSLATED-- El bloque 3 es para aquellos que quieran aprender tiempos verbales más complejos en inglés, como el pasado, o bien el presente continuo, comparándolo con el presente simple. También aprenderán a hacer comparaciones entre cosas y lugares. En lo que se refiere al vocabulario, aprenderán a decir las partes de la casa en inglés, los meses del año, la ropa, los números ordinales, y también cómo escribir fechas en inglés.

1. What a mess!! There was a party Part 1: Functions: Personal descriptions in the past. Expressing location in the past. Asking for quantities. Grammar: Verb To Be in the past. There was/ there were. How much/ how many. Vocabulary: Parts of the house. Furniture. Months.

2. What a mess!! There was a party Part 2: Functions: Personal descriptions in the past. Expressing location in the past. Asking for quantities. Grammar: Verb To Be in the past. There was/ there were. How much/ how many. Vocabulary: Parts of the house. Furniture. Months.

3. What a mess!! There was a party Part 3: Functions: Personal descriptions in the past. Expressing location in the past. Asking for quantities. Grammar: Verb To Be in the past. There was/ there were. How much/ how many. Vocabulary: Parts of the house. Furniture. Months.

4. Shopping clothes Part 1: Functions: Talking about the past. Comparing things and places. Grammar: Simple past (regular verbs). Comparative adjectives. Object pronouns. Vocabulary: More clothes. Buying clothes vocabulary: size, to try on, to cost, etc.
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