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Headway Pre-Intermediate - начальный средний уровень продолжительностью 120 ак. Часов - около 4 месяцев при стандартном расписании. Уровень даст Вам хорошее понимание английской речи. Вы научитесь читать адаптированную литературу на английском языке и получите хорошее знание грамматики.
Основной учебник курса – Headway Pre-Intermediate (Oxford University Press). После прохождения данного уровня студенты могут пройти подготовку к сдаче международного Кембриджского экзамена PET (Preliminary English Test).
Продолжительность курса:Общий объем курса:
|Режим занятий||Дни проведения||Кол-во ак.ч.|
||по 3 ак.ч.
по 3 ак.ч.
по 3 ак.ч.
по 6 ак.ч.
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*** Внимание! Даты начала занятий могут изменяться.
Grammar: Question forms (1): — What do you do? — Are you married? Present Continuous: — I'm enjoying the course.
Vocabulary: Animals. Using a bilingual dictionary. Words with more than one meaning. — a book to read; to book a room in a hotel
Everyday English: Social English. — Have a good weekend! — Same to you!
Reading: Topic. 'Hello, people of the world!' — People, the great communicators
Speaking: Discussion — People and animals. Discussion — Living in capital cities, and relationships between parents and children
Listening: Topic. Leaving home — A father and his daughter talk (jigsaw)
Writing: The writing input is in the Workbook. The page numbers in this column refer to the Workbook (WB). Writing letters (1). Informal letters WB
Grammar: Present Simple: — He comes from Majorca. Have/have got: — Do you have..? — Have you got...?
Vocabulary: Vocabulary networks: — electrical goods. — a room in your house.
Everyday English: Numbers and prices.
Reading: Topic. How others see the British (jigsaw)
Speaking: Discussion — Tourists in your country. Discussion — Strict schools.
Listening: Topic. Life in a Japanese school.
Writing: Linking words (1)WB. Describing a person.
Fact and fiction
Grammar: Past Simple: — What did you do last night? Past Continuous: — The sun was shining.
Vocabulary: Irregular verbs. Verbs and nouns that go together. — tell a joke. Words and prepositions that go together. — listen to music
Everyday English: Time expressions: — dates; — at six o'clock; — on Saturday
Reading: Topic. An extract from a James Bond story. The Man with the Golden Gun
Speaking: Retelling a story from pictures.
Listening: Topic. An interview with the biographer of Ian Fleming.
Writing: Writing a story (1) WB.
Grammar: Expressions of quantity: — some and any; — much and many; — a lot of; — a few and a little. Articles: — a, the, and the zero article
Vocabulary: Clothes, food. and professions. Food and cooking.
Everyday English: Polite requests and offers. — Can/could I...? — Can/could you…? — I'll...
Reading: Topic. A magazine article about the famous store, Marks & Spencer
Speaking: Talking about a favourite store. Group work — Devising an advertisement.
Listening: Topic. Five radio advertisements.
Writing: Filling in forms WB.
Plans and ambitions
Grammar: Verb patterns (I): — want/hope/would like to do; — like/enjoy/love doing Going to: — I'm going to be a doctor. Will: — I'll give you a lift.
Vocabulary: Approaches to vocabulary learning. Word families: — 'photograph; — photo'graphic
Everyday English: Spelling
Reading: Topic. A questionnaire — How ambitious are you?
'The right person for you' — An article from the Today newspaper about computer dating (jigsaw) Speaking: A class survey — How ambitious are you? Discussion — Arranged marriages.
Listening: Topic. How different learners of English organize their vocabulary learning.
Writing: Writing postcards WB.
Grammar: What... like? — What's Rome like? Comparative and superlative adjectives: — big, bigger, biggest
Vocabulary: Synonyms: — lovely, beautiful Antonyms: — poor, wealthy; — tidy untidy
Everyday English: Directions: — prepositions of place (opposite, behind); — prepositions of movement (along, over)
Reading: Topic. 'The richest man in the world' — A newspaper article about the Sultan of Brunei
Speaking: Describing people and places. Discussion — Who are the rich people in your country?
Listening: Topic. Kate Leigh talks about living in Madrid.
Writing: Relative clauses (1) WB. Describing a place.
Grammar: Present Perfect Simple (1): — to express experience. Have you ever been lo Russia? — to express unfinished past. I'v lived here for ten years.
Vocabulary: Irregular verbs. Homophones: — here, hear. Adverbs: — slowly, too
Everyday English: Short answers: — Yes, 1 do. — No. 1 can't.
Reading: Topic. 'Paul Newman — actor, director, racing driver' — A magazine article
Speaking: Roleplay — Interviewing a group of musicians.
Listening: Topic. An interview with Paul Carrack, a pop musician.
Writing: Relative clauses (2) WB.Writing a biography
Pros and cons
Grammar: Have to: — 1 have to work hard. Should: — He should see a doctor
Vocabulary: Professions. Nouns that go together: — post office, headache. Make or do? — make a phone call; — do the shopping
Everyday English: Invitations. Refusing and accepting invitations.
Reading: Topic. Two special teenagers — David, a computer programmer, and Kimora, a top model
Speaking: Discussion — Teenagers and their parents. Discussion — Giving advice about visiting your country.
Listening: Topic. Three people giving advice about visiting their country.
Writing: Writing letters (2) WB. Formal letters.
Life in the 21st century
Grammar: Will: — It will cost a lot of money. First Conditional: — If I do more work, I'll puss ту exams. Time clauses: — when as soon as
Vocabulary: Rail travel. Air travel.
Everyday English: Travelling: — at the checking desk; — at a railway ticket office.
Reading: Topic. 'The road to ruin?' — An article about the problem of transport
Speaking: Discussion — How 'green' are you? Roleplay — How to solve the traffic problems in your town. A survey on people's travel habits
Listening: Topic. John Baines talks about how he tries to be 'green'
Writing: Linking words (2) WB. Advantages and disadvantages
The way we were
Grammar: Used to: — 1 used to smoke, but 1 don't any more. Question forms (2): — Who told you that? Questions with a verb + preposition: — What are you looking at?
Vocabulary: Male and female words: — actor, actress; — bikini, swimming trunks
Everyday English: Question tags: — It's a lovely day, isn't it
Reading: Topic. 'Dying for the vote' — An article about the suffragette movement in England
Speaking: Discussion — The role of men and women in your country.
Listening: Topic. The taxi-driver and the Duchess — two people talk about when they were young (jigsaw)
Writing: Making notes to write a composition WB.
Read all about it!
Grammar: Passive: — Coca-Cola is sold all over the world. — It was invented in 1886.
Vocabulary: Verbs and nouns that go together: — win a match. Words and prepositions that go together: — laugh at a joke
Everyday English: Notices: — Out of order
Reading: Topic. Four newspaper articles (jigsaw)
Speaking: Talking about a newspaper article you have read.
Listening: Topic. A radio programme about the world's most loved car, the Volkswagen Beetle.
Writing: Writing a review of a book or film WB.
Grammar: Verb patterns (2): — ask/tell somebody to do; — make/let somebody do; — decide/sturt/try/manage to do. Infinitives after adjectives: — It's easy to learn a language. Infinitive of purpose: — 1 came to Oxford to learn English.
Vocabulary: Adverbs. — clearly, carefully. -ed and -ing adjectives: — interested, interesting
Everyday English: Time: — It's twenty past six. — It's 6.20.
Reading: Topic. Two English heroes. King Arthur and Robin Hood (jigsaw)
Speaking: Heroes from your country. Discussion — UFOs. Retelling a story from pictures. Group work — Devising a story about meeting an alien.
Listening: Topic. An interview with a man who says he has seen a UFO and spoken to the aliens in it.
Writing: Adverbs WB. Writing a story (2)
Dreams and reality
Grammar: Second Conditional: — If I were the Queen. I'd have servants. Might: — 1 might go to university, hut I'm not sure.
Vocabulary: Multi-word verbs: — lake off, look after
Everyday English: Social expressions: — What a pity! Never mind!
Reading: Topic. 'The Dream Game' — How our dreams can help us to understand our personality
Speaking: Group work — Analysing our dreams.
Listening: Topic. A radio programme about people of mixed nationality.
Writing: Writing letters (3) WB. Formal and informal letters.
Grammar: Present Perfect Simple (2): — to express present result /'re lost my wallet. Present Perfect Continuous: — I've been learning English for three years.
Vocabulary: Word families and stress: — 'celebrate, cele'bration; -act, active, acting
Everyday English: Telephoning.
Reading: Topic. An extract from Airport International about the early days of air travel
Speaking: Talking about your experiences of flying. Roleplay — Phoning a friend for a chat.
Listening: Topic. A telephone conversation between Justin and his mother.
Writing: Writing letters (4) WB. Expressions in different kinds of letters
All you need is love
Grammar: Past Perfect: — They had met only one week earlier. Reported statements: — She said that she was leaving. Reported questions: — She asked me if 1 had seen John.
Vocabulary: Guessing the meaning of unknown words. bring/take; come/go; get. — She's getting better.
Everyday English: Saving goodbye
Reading: Topic. 'The man who could turn back the clock' — A parable with two possible endings
Speaking: Discussion — Parables and fables. A love poem.
Listening: Topic. A love song — Elvis Presley's The girl of My Best Friend.
Writing: Writing a story (3) WB.
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