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Level B1 (Intermediate) Vocabulary 


Part 1

Words/Collocations related tocomputers

Words/Phrases related to communication

Phrases expressing 'likes/dislikes'

Words easily confused

Word building: nouns ending in -ion, •ation. -ment

 


Part 2

Adjectives describing feelings

Words used both as verbs and as nouns

Prepositional phrases (in/out of)

Words easily confused

Personality adjectives

Phrasal verbs and expressions with 'keep'

 

Part 3

Words/Phrases related to shopping

Word building

Words easily confused

Phrasal verbs with 'get' and 'put'


Part 4

Word building: negative adjectives beginning with un-, in-, //-. ir-, im-

Adjectives + prepositions

Expressions with 'make' and 'do'

Words easily confused


Part 5

Types of holiday

Geographical features

Animals

Word building: nouns ending in -er, -or, -ist referring to people

Words easily confused

Compound nouns

Idioms

Airport language


Part 6

Idioms

Verbs + prepositions

Verbs beginning with 'over'

Word building: nouns ending in -ness. -ity

Phrasal verbs

Expressions with 'take'


Part 7

Expressions with 'nature Collective terms for animals

Phrasal verbs with 'up' and 'down'

Prepositional phrases (at)

Word building: adjectives ending in -ous. -a/, -ive, -able, -ing, -ful

Words related to the environment

Words easily confused

 

Part 8

Word building: negative words beginning with dis-. mis-, ending in -less

Words easily confused

Expressions related to appearance and fashion

Phrasal verbs

Lexical set: colours

Words/Phrases related to arts and crafts

 

 

Level B1 (Intermediate) Grammar 


Part 1

Present Simple vs Present Progressive

Stative verbs

Comparisons

Past Simple

Used to

be/get used to

 

Part 2

Countable and uncountable nouns

Quantifiers

Defining Relative Clauses

Non-Defining Relative Clauses

Past Simple - Past Progressive

 

Part 3

may / might / could

must/can't

must / have to / need (to) / can't

would rather / had better / should / ought to

Present Perfect Simple vs Past Simple

Present Perfect Simple - Present Perfect Progressive

 

Part 4

Future will

Future be going to

Future Perfect Simple

All / Both / Neither / None / Either

Both... and / Either... or / Neither... nor

Conditional Sentences

Types 0, 1 and 2

 

Part 5

Past Perfect Simple - Past Perfect Progressive

Reported Speech

(Statements, Questions, Commands, Requests)

Reporting verbs

 

Part 6

Passive Voice

Verbs with two objects

Clauses of result, concession, purpose

 

Part 7

Full / Bare Infinitive -ing form

Exclamatory sentences Modal verbs + have + past participle

 

Part 8

Causative Form

Conditional Sentences

Туре З

Wish / If only 

 

Level B1 (Intermediate) Speaking


Part 1

Distinguishing between permanent and temporary situations

Making comparisons

Discussing past habits and events

Expressing likes/dislikes

Expressing enthusiasm

Accepting or refusing an invitation

Giving news

 

Part 2

Defining people, places, things and ideas and giving additional information about them

Narrating past events

Sequencing past actions

Describing personality

Expressing feelings

 

Part 3

Expressing possibility and making deductions

Expressing obligation, prohibition and absence of necessity

Expressing preference and making suggestions

Expressing threat or warning

Expressing opinion and giving advice

Linking past and present time

 

Part 4

Referring to the future

Expressing opinion

Expressing hypotheses about what is likely or unlikely to happen in the future

 

Part 5

Sequencing past actions and events

Narrating events and past experience

Reporting

Understanding recorded messages

Making offers and suggestions

Giving directions

 

Part 6

Emphasising an action using the Passive Voice

Expressing result, concession and purpose

Expressing views and preferences

Making polite requests

 

Part 7

Expressing surprise, alarm and joy

Expressing criticism, possibility. certainty and absence of necessity ir the past

Expressing opinion

 

Part 8

Referring to hypothetical situations ir the past

Asking for and giving advice

Expressing wishes and regret about something in the past

Suggesting and recommending

 

 

Level B1 (Intermediate) Writing 


Part 1

Information to include in a personal webpage

Developing skills:

Using linking words (and. but. so. because, or)

An informal letter/e-mail based on prompts

Developing skills:

Expanding on prompts

 

Part 2

A description of a person

Developing skills:

Supporting an opinion

A story

Developing skills:

Using linking words/phrases (time, result-consequence. cause-reason, emphasis)

 

Part 3

Completing a form

A formal letter/e-mail of application

Developing skills:

Distinguishing between formal and informal language

 

Part 4

A paragraph expressing opinion Developing skills:

Developing a paragraph

Using linking words/phrases (to list/add points, express contrast, give examples, give opinion)

An essay (discussing advantages and disadvantages)

Developing skills:

Using topic sentences

Organising ideas



Part 5

An account of a true event

Developing skills:

Using 'strong' adjectives

An informal letter/e-mail based on prompts

Developing skills:

Expanding on prompts

 

Part 6

A semi-formal letter/e-mail asking for and giving information

Developing skills:

Using indirect questions

A film review

Developing skills:

Using positive and negative adjectives



Part 7

An article describing a place

Developing skills:

Using different ways to attract the reader's attention

A letter (to the editor) expressing an opinion

Developing skills:

Using a mind map for brainstorming

 

Part 8

A letter giving advice Developing skills:

Using appropriate expressions to give advice and make suggestions

A report

Developing skills:

Using paragraph headings

Presenting information in an impersonal, formal way (Passive Voice)