Basic English

Course book language Introduction 1947-2015.

Not all sets of course books cover every level of the General English,series only going up to Intermediate{ Because many learners choose to stop learning beyond that level} and many Business English Series having only the three highest levels.

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Course content. TOEIC Reading and listening. (225-545)
Skills Modules setting, understanding language. Reading and Listening 1General English 
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Introduction
Intermediate Course books
Intermediate and Upper -Intermediate level course books feature a continuing review and expression of previously introduced points, as well as a few new areas, such as reported /indirect speech and relative clauses. The first several units of most intermediate books review all the past , present and future forms, often grouped as follows
Present Simple and Present Continuous
Narrative Tenses: Past Simple, Past Continuous,Past Perfect
The Future:”will”, “be going to’ , Present Continuous, Present Simple
Regarding The Passive Voice , at Pre-Intermediate course books often introduce just one form, either Past Simple Passive or Present Simple Passive . At Intermediate many other forms as covered as well. As we have already looked at the Passive in some detail, we wont look at it again here.

The Structures that are likely to be ‘new’ in intermediate course books include the following grammar points.
Question tags
Indirect questions
Future clauses with ‘if’ and ‘when’
The first conditional
The second conditional
The third conditional
The zero conditional
Relative clauses
Reported/Indirect speech
Intonation plays a key role in expressing and recognising some of the different meanings/uses. Falling intonation suggests that the speaker already believes something is true, i.e. seeking confirmation {double-checking} or seeking agreement. Rising intonation suggests that the speaker really isn’t sure about the answer -it is a genuine query or request { for information or otherwise}.

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