Inglés Nivel IntermedioÁrea DOCTUM
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Telling actions that have finished
Present perfect simple: Just/ already/
yet. For / since
Present perfect simple vs past simple
Types of relationships: best
friend, colleague, workmate..
Verbs: argue, trust…
Asking for and giving opinions
Present perfect continuous.
Present perfect simple vs present
The reflexive pronouns: myself,
Chores: to wash the clothes, to
water the plants..
Letter “e” stressed /
Both, neither, either.
physical appearance: curly hair
and thin faced, plump..
personality: shy, responsible..
The letter i
Asking for and giving permission
Modal verbs: may, can, could, would.
Adjectives with negative prefixes:
dis-, in-, im, un-
Expressing hopes and wishes
The future tense: will vs going to/
Modal verbs: may/ might + infinitive
Verbs: quit smoking, do
The letter r
Modal verbs: have to, must, should,
The body: arm, back, kidneys,
Health: illnesses, treatment and
Weak and strong
forms in verbs
Expressing facts and imaginary
Future time clauses: when, as soon
as, in case..
Quantifiers: a little, a lot of, not,enough
Food: salmon, cucumber, oyster..
Adjectives: salty, sweet, bitter..
Stress in twosyllable
Environment: rivers, mountains,
overpopulation, waste disposal.
Connectors: cause/ result,
addition and concession.
/tʃ/ and /dʒ/
Expressing past experiences
Past tense: Past simple, past
continuous and past perfect simple.
Past time expressions.
Company departments: financial,
Word formation: jobs
/m/, /n/, /ŋ/
Giving information about a
Defining and non defining relative
Applying for a job: Cover letter
ie / ei
Describing the company
The passive voice
The company hierarchy:
chairperson, managing director..
Word formation: noun, verb and
/ f/ and /v/
Describing a social event
Gerund or to + infinitive
Staff movements: resign, retire..
Adverbs: near-nearly, latelately…
Telling what somebody has said
Reported speech: statements and
presentations and telephoning.
Verbs: Discuss/argue matter/
/ɑː/ and /æ/
Modal verbs: expressing probability.
Different types of letters.
Reports, minutes and fax.
/t/ and /d/
Expressing negative feelings
Reported speech: Orders and
Emails: email window,
expressions and abbreviations
/eɪ/ and / æ/
Telling a story
The letter y
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