Tuesday, September 12, 2017

A2 DECREE

HERE you can find the decree for the A2 level.

On page 10 you can find the lexical contents, which are paramount to prepare the production parts, both oral and written:
1. Identificacion personal
2. Vivienda, hogar y entorno
3. Tiempo libre y ocio
4. Viajes
5. Relaciones humanas y sociales
6. Salud y cuidados físicos
7. Educación
8. Compras y actividades comerciales
9. Alimentación
10. Bienes y servicios
11. Lengua y comunicación
12. Clima
13. Condiciones atmosféricas y medio ambiente
14. Ciencia y tecnología

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

SUMMER TASKS (OPTIONAL TO REVISE)

Resultado de imagen de ENJOY SUMMER AND PRACTISE ENGLISHNow that the course is over you can still continue practising your English to refresh your knowledge and not to forget what you have learnt.... For that reason I leave you below the link to some webpages where you can practise the different skills (listening, reading, writing and speaking) as well as grammar and vocabulary.  I hope you it find useful!
Enjoy your summer holidays!!!

SUMMER TASKS

Thursday, May 18, 2017

WRITING 9: A LETTER TO YOUR FAMILY

Writing (A2 CLM Sept 2013)
You are on a summer campsite and you don't have access to the Internet.
Write a letter to your family. In your letter, you should tell them about:
- the things you have done so far
- the new things you have learned
- the new friends you have made
- and the thnigs you miss from home

Length:100-130 words. Deadline: 24th & 25th May

TIP: Use the past simple and the present perfect to talk about all the things you have done and learned so far. Use the present simple to talk about the habits on the campsite like timetables to get up and meals. Use the future "be going to" to explain an activity you are going to do tomorrow.  Also, you can start the letter by saying what you are doing now: present continuous. (e.g. I am writing this letter to tell you about mu summer holiday at the campsite.....)
(De esta manera usamos todos los tiempos verbales estudiados este curso)

STILL, YET, ALREADY


PRESENT PERFECT WITH JUST, YET, ALREADY