We’ll learn how to use the modal verbs "can” and “could" to ask for help and directions, give your phone number and tell someone what time it is using different prepositions of time. Learn many other useful phrases and describe where things are with the pronouns "this, that, these, those”.
Ask about directions in English - Lesson 8
Learn to ask for help with polite English phrases and expressions such as “Excuse me”, “Where is the nearest station?” and “I’m trying to find...”
Don’t get lost in the city! - Lesson 8
Get to know your neighbourhood and practise place names by asking for directions to different places around the city. Do you know the way to the supermarket or where the nearest ATM is?
Let’s go out! - Lesson 9
In this hands-on vocabulary unit you’ll learn useful English expressions to book a table, order food and drink and ask for the bill in a restaurant, bar or cafe.
English numbers - Lesson 9
Get started with English numbers. You’ll learn the numbers from 0 to 9 and will be able to count small quantities and give your phone number.
Can, may and could - Lesson 9
In this English grammar unit we’ll teach you your first English modal verbs “can”, “may” and “could” and help you understand how to use them when making polite requests.
Shopping - Lesson 10
Let’s go shopping! Learn some handy English questions to use in shops. You’ll be able to ask for assistance finding something you’re looking for and negotiate the price.
This, that, these, those - Lesson 10
In this English grammar unit we’ll look into demonstrative pronouns and demonstrative adjectives and practise how to use them.
What’s the time - Lesson 11
Do you know what time it is? Learn how to ask and tell the time and use adverbs of time such as “yesterday” and “today”. We’ll also learn how to combine these adverbs with nouns like “morning” and “evening”.
Prepositions of time - Lesson 11
In this English grammar unit we’ll get started with prepositions of time such as “at”, “on” and “in” and how to use them with days of the week, times, places and holidays. Start using “at the moment”, “at night”, “at lunch”, “on Tuesday”, “in an hour” to describe when something happened or will happen.