As you progress in this English course, you’ll learn more prepositions of time and adverbs of frequency to talk about your daily activities, routines and hobbies. You’ll understand more complex verb patterns so you’ll be able to discuss sports you watch or play.
Your free time - Lesson 15
What do you do in your free time? Learn to describe your hobbies and interests in English using verbs such as “play”, “go” “watch” and “read”.
Present simple - Lesson 15
Watch out for this English grammar lesson: we’ll learn all about the present simple tense with the verbs “to be” and “to have”. We’ll learn to ask questions and form negative sentences.
Adverbs of frequency - Lesson 15
We’ll learn when to use the adverbs of frequency “always”, “usually”, “sometimes”, “often” and “never” and where to place them in a sentence.
Talk about your hobby - Lesson 16
Let’s talk about sports and music: in this English vocabulary unit you’ll learn the names of different instruments (violin, piano, trumpet, flute, guitar) and sports activities (running, cycling, skiing, football, athletics).
Can / can’t - Lesson 16
We’ll look into the modal verb “can” and how to negate it as well as the difference between “can’t” and “cannot”.
English adverbs - Lesson 16
In this amazing English grammar unit we’ll look at turning adjectives into adverbs and help you remember when to use “good” and when to use “well”.
Present continuous - Lesson 17
Learn to form and use the present continuous tense. You’ll also learn some more verbs and how to conjugate them to describe what you’re doing at the time of speaking.
Object pronouns - Lesson 17
After completing this English grammar unit you’ll understand the difference between subject pronouns (I, he, she, you, it, we, they) and object pronouns (me, you, him, her, it, us, them) and how to use them in a sentence.
Everyday activities - Lesson 18
What did you do today? Learn to describe everyday activities with the most commonly used English verbs.
Days of week - Lesson 18
In this English vocabulary unit we’ll look at the days of the week and other words to talk about time such as “day” and “weekend”.
Prepositions of time - Lesson 18
We’ll revise the different prepositions of time in this English grammar unit:
- at (at 10 o’clock)
- in (in February)
- on (on Monday, on the 15th of July)