Marriage and mortgages

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This section of our English course will introduce you to some dicey vocabulary about the topics of money and marriage. Learn to discuss the next financial crisis and one of life’s biggest adventures. The last few English grammar units will teach you how to use the past continuous tense, reported questions and the causative with ease.

Talking on the telephone - Lesson 12

Learn useful English words and expressions to hold a conversation on the phone and understand standard phone provider messages including “cut off”, “not available” and “leave a message”.

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Financial vocabulary - Lesson 12

Let’s talk about money! In this English vocabulary unit you’ll learn all about financial terms you can use to discuss a financial crisis, inflation and an economic slowdown.

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Past perfect continuous - Lesson 12

We’ll look at the past perfect continuous tense in this English grammar unit. It is used to talk about events leading up to a time or event in the past and when we look backwards from a time in the past. Learn how and when to use it.

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Reported questions - Lesson 12

Tell someone about a question you were asked with the conjunctions “if” and “whether” and the verbs “to ask” and “to wonder”.

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Study abroad - Lesson 13

Learn the essential English vocabulary you’ll need if you’re planning to study abroad: the names of different official organisations, as well as important terms such as “scholarship” and “internship”.

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Marriage - Lesson 13

This unit introduces you to the English vocabulary you’ll need to talk about engagements, weddings and marriage. That way you can have your cake and eat it too.

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The Causative - Lesson 13

In this last English grammar unit of the B2 course we’ll talk about the causative. It is used to talk about things that we organised someone else to do, e.g. “I’m having my hair cut”. The person of the action is unknown or unimportant and you form it using “to have / to get + object + past participle form of the verb”.

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