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Level B2 (Intermediate) Vocabulary 

 


Part 1

Prefixes (un-. in-, im-. il-. ir-) and suffixes (-ly, -less, -ness)

high/highly, near/nearly, late/ lately, like/likely

Phrasal verbs

Words easily confused (words related to travel, places and geographical terms)

 

Part 2

Strong adjectives

Compound nouns

Words starting with 'under' and 'out'

Adjectives deriving from verbs/nouns

Compound adjectives ending in -ed

 

Part 3

Nouns deriving from phrasal verbs

Words easily confused

Expressions with take

Verbs prepositions

Words related to communication

 

Part 4

Words easily confused

Nouns describing occupations

Words starting with 'first'

Words starting with inter-

 

Part 5

Topic related collocations

Adjectives prepositions

Phrasal verbs

Prepositional phrases with 'for'

Words starting with 'up' and 'down'

Words easily confused

 

Part 6

Collocations and phrasal verbs related to crime and punishment

Idioms including food-related words

Words easily confused related to crime

Noun suffixes

 

Part 7

Expressions with 'come'

Idioms with body parts

Words easily confused

 

Part 8

Expressions related to fitness

Phrasal verbs

Adjective-noun collocations

Words easily confused

Verbs expressing movement

Noun suffixes (-dom, -hood, -ship)

 

Part 9

Word building (verbs, nouns, adjectives)

Body parts of animals

Compound nouns including 'sea'

Shapes

Words easily confused

 

Part 10

Word combinations related to the topic of learning

Adjectives ending in -ed and -ing

Phrasal verbs

Compound adjectives

 

Part 11

Expressions with 'do' and 'make'

Word pairs

Phrasal verbs

Words easily confused

Expressions including laugh

 

Part 12

Adjective suffixes (-able and -ible)

Word combinations related to technology

Words easily confused

Prepositional phrases with 'in' and 'on'

 

  

Level B2 (Intermediate) Grammar


Part 1

Present Simple

Present Progressive

Stative verbs

Comparisons

 

Part 2

Past Simple

Past Progressive

Used to - Would

Articles

 

Part 3

Present Perfect Simple

Present Perfect Progressive

Questions and question words

 

Part 4

Past Perfect Simple

Past Perfect Progressive

Would - Was/Were going to

Nouns

Quantifiers

 

Part 5

Future forms

Time clauses

Modal verbs I

(will, can, may, might, could, must, can't)

 

Part 6

Conditional Sentences (Type 0,1,2)

Modal verbs II (may. can, must, need to, have to. should. ought to. had better)

 

Part 7

Defining and Non-Defining

Relative Clauses

Participle Clauses

 

Part 8

Infinitives and -ing forms

Modal verbs +have + past

participle

 

Part 9

Passive Voice

 

Part 10

Reported Speech (statements, questions, commands and requests)

 

Part 11

Clauses of concession, result and purpose

Inversion

 

Part 12

Conditional Sentences Type 3

Unreal Past (wish, if only, as if. would rather, it's time)

Causative Form 

 

 

Level B2 (Intermediate) Speakung


Part 1

Distinguishing between permanent and temporary situations

Expressing states and dynamic actions

Making comparisons

 

Part 2

Distinguishing between complete and incomplete actions in the past

Expressing past habits and typical behaviour in the past

Speculating and expressing opinion

Making requests

Making suggestions

 

Part 3

Linking past and present time Asking for information

 

Part 4

Sequencing past actions and events

Expressing number and quantity

 

Part 5

Distinguishing between the uses of future forms

Expressing certainty and possibility

Making deductions

 

Part 6

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

Expressing permission, obligation/necessity, prohibition, absence of obligation and advice/opinion

 

Part 7

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

Expressing opinion/preference and justifying

Expressing agreement and disagreement

 

Part 8

Expressing possibility, absence of necessity and criticism in the past

Making deductions about the past

Giving advice

Apologising

Explaining/Justifying

Expressing opinion

Recommending/Suggesting

 

Part 9

Emphasising an action using the Passive Voice

Discussing problems and suggesting solutions

 

Part 10

Reporting

Making recommendations

 

Part 11

Expressing result, purpose and contrast

Emphasising

 

Part 12

Referring to hypothetical situations in the past

Expressing wishes and regret about present and past events / situations 

 

 

 

Level B2 (Intermediate) Writing


Part 1

A descriptive article

Developing skills:

Using lively language

 

Part 2

An informal letter / e-mail

Developing skills:

Responding to / making request;

making suggestions

 

Part 3

An essay expressing an opinion

Developing skills:

Using linking words/phrases

 

Part 4

A story

Developing skills:

Time linkers

Linking words/phrases expressing cause/reason and used for emphasis

 

Part 5

A letter / e-mail of application

Developing skills:

Using register appropriate in formal letters

 

Part 6

A letter (to the editor) expressing an opinion

Developing skills:

Using linking words/phrases

 

Part 7

A film review

Developing skills:

Using register appropriate for review

 

Part 8

An essay giving an opinion

Developing skills:

Brainstorming (Generating ideas)

 

Part 9

An essay presenting arguments for and against an issue

Developing skills:

Using topic sentences

 

Part 10

A report

Developing skills:

Using register appropriate for reports

Brainstorming (using a mind map)

 

Part 11

An essay giving an opinion

Developing skills:

Punctuation

Error correction

 

Part 12

A letter including an explanation of your opinion

Developing skills:

Providing reasons and examples to support your opinion