Learn useful verbs, tag questions, the past tense and how to express opinions. You’ll be able to introduce new topics to a conversation and discuss films and music, literature, news and gossip.
News and media - Lesson 10
Learn about different types of media such as radio, television, blog and social media. We’ll look at the correct use of prepositions such as “on” and the difference between “in the news” and “on the news”.
Express yourself - Lesson 11
This English vocabulary unit focuses on useful verbs to express your opinion (e.g. “to consider”, “to admit”, “to approve”) and questions you can use to ask if others understand you (e.g. “Are you with me?”, “Does it make sense?”, “Is that clear?”).
Connecting words - Lesson 11
In this English grammar unit we’ll dive a little deeper into the world of connecting words. Learn to connect different clauses and show relationships between them. You’ll use words such as “so”, “then”, ”but”, “although” and “because”.
Driving a car - Lesson 12
We’ll look at car-related words and phrases in this English vocabulary unit: “traffic lights”, “to start the car”, “to slow down”, “to speed up”, “to overtake”, “motorway” and “speed limit”.
Staying at the hotel - Lesson 12
In this English vocabulary unit we’ll look at words and phrases you can use when you book a hotel or check in at reception. You’ll be able to understand and use words like “high season”, “low season”, “fully-booked”, “half board” and “check out”.
Express approval - Lesson 12
Learn to give your opinion in English, to agree or disagree with someone and how to reply to questions with terms such as “go ahead”, “sounds good” and “I approve”.
Present perfect continuous - Lesson 12
In this English grammar unit we’ll look at forming and using the present perfect continuous tense to talk about actions that started in the past and continue to the present, or repeated actions that have an effect in the present. Learn to form questions as well as positive and negative sentences using the present perfect continuous tense.
Cooking and ingredients - Lesson 13
Do you enjoy cooking? In this English vocabulary unit we’ll look at words and phrases you’ll need to understand a recipe and its ingredients and talk about cooking.
Seafood - Lesson 13
In this seafood-themed English vocabulary unit we’ll explore the variety of fish and seafood you can prepare for dinner or order at a restaurant.
Probability - Lesson 13
This English grammar unit focuses on probability and how to express it using different adverbs such as “definitely”, “probably”, “maybe”, “may” and “might”.