Inglese - Level A2

British Institutes - Sede Centrale
A Napoli e Giugliano in Campania

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Obiettivo del corso: Comprendere frasi isolate ed espressioni di uso frequente relative ad ambiti di immediata rilevanza (es. informazioni di base sulla persona e sulla famiglia, acquisti, geografia locale, lavoro). Comunicare in attività di routine che richiedono solo uno scambio di informazioni diretto su argomenti familiari e abituali. Descrivere in termini semplici phpetti del proprio vissuto, del proprio ambi.
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Dove e quando

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Giugliano in Campania
VIA DANTE ALIGHIERI 78, 80014, Napoli, Italia
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Napoli
VIA CHIAIA, 252 80121 napoli, 80121, Napoli, Italia
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Programma

L'Ente Certificatore British Institutes rilascia attestati di studio utili per:

  • l'accesso e la costituzione di crediti formativi nelle Università (Art. 5,6,10 DM 509/99)
  • il credito formativo scolastico (legge n° 425/97 Scuola primaria e secondaria inferiore e superiore)

    Comprendere frasi isolate ed espressioni di uso frequente relative ad ambiti di immediata rilevanza (es. informazioni di base sulla persona e sulla famiglia, acquisti, geografia locale, lavoro).
    Comunicare in attività di routine che richiedono solo uno scambio di informazioni diretto su argomenti familiari e abituali.
    Descrivere in termini semplici phpetti del proprio vissuto, del proprio ambiente ed elementi che si riferiscono a bisogni immediati.
    PROGRAMMA:
    • Present Progressive – verbs not used in this form
    • Past Progressive
    • Past Progressive and Past Simple contrasted
    • Future (Present progressive, ‘going to’ (review) / Will – for predictions and spontaneous intention and Present Simple for timetabled/fixed events)
    • Use of Shall ..I? / Shall we …?
    • Modals: permission (may, can, could)
    • Modals – shall (offers and suggestions), should (advice), have (got) to (obligation), must (obligation), mustn’t (prohibition), need (necessity), needn’t (lack of necessity)
    • Present Perfect (various uses:
    • How long….? – Have you ever…?; when talking about recent news/present result; with for and since; indefinite past with yet, already, ever, never; with "it’s the first /second time …" Past Simple Vs. Present Perfect if and when Compound nouns to buy milk.)
     
    • Town features
    • Hotels/Restaurants
    • Workplace / School
    • Money and shopping
    • Entertainment
    • Travel
    • Holidays
    • Personal routine
    • Hobbies
     
    • Talking and writing about personal experiences
    • Talking about holidays
    • Talking about future events
    • Talking about ways of travelling
    • Describing your home town
    • Describing a photo (N.B. essential for the second part of the oral paper)
    • Writing a short description of a personal photo, including where and when it was taken and why it is liked
    • Writing short, simple descriptions of people
    • Giving and accepting advice
    • Making requests and agreeing and refusing to do things
    • Asking and answering questions about personal possessions
    • Asking for repetition and clarification
    • Interrupting a conversation
    • Identifying and describing accommodation
    • Buying and selling things (costs, amounts)
    • Following and giving simple instructions
    • Understanding simple signs and notices
    • Identifying and describing objects
    • Speaking on the phone
    • Expressing purpose, cause and result, giving reasons
    • Making, granting, refusing simple requests
    • Expressing and responding to thanks
    • Giving and responding to invitations, both spoken and written
    • Giving warnings and stating prohibitions
    • Asking/telling people to do something
    • Expressing obligation and lack of obligation
    • Making and responding to apologies and excuses
    • Expressing agreement, disagreement, contradicting people
    • Paying compliments
    • Sympathizing
    • Expressing opinions and making choices
    • Expressing needs and wants
    • Expressing (in)ability in the present
    • Understanding and filling in forms giving personal details
    • Very simple faxes and emails
    • Very short and simple formal letters, e.g. application
    • Describing a simple process / procedure (using the passive and imperative)
     
     
    • Present Progressive – verbs not used in this form
    • Past Progressive
    • Past Progressive and Past Simple contrasted
    • Future (Present progressive, ‘going to’ (review) / Will – for predictions and spontaneous intention and Present Simple for timetabled/fixed events)
    • Use of Shall ..I? / Shall we …?
    • Modals: permission (may, can, could)
    • Modals – shall (offers and suggestions), should (advice), have (got) to (obligation), must (obligation), mustn’t (prohibition), need (necessity), needn’t (lack of necessity)
    • Present Perfect (various uses:
    • How long….? – Have you ever…?; when talking about recent news/present result; with for and since; indefinite past with yet, already, ever, never; with "it’s the first /second time …" Past Simple Vs. Present Perfect if and when Compound nouns to buy milk.)
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