Fundamentals

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Curso dirigido a adultos que quieren aprender los fundamentos del inglés. Recomendado para principiantes absolutos.

El objetivo del curso es enseñar las bases del inglés y que estas sean inolvidables. 

Why join the course? 

Este curso es para personas adultas interesadas en desarrollar sus habilidades lingüísticas del inglés, para la empleabilidad o de forma académica. Desarrolla el lenguaje que necesitas, comenzando desde los fundamentos, utilizando tus maneras de aprendizaje, y herramientas acomodadas a tus gustos como Netflix, Spotify y YouTube.

Verás vídeos y escucharás grabaciones de audio de personas en su día a día, aprenderás desde cómo presentarte con tus colegas, hasta poder dar a conocer tus gustos y disgustos, hacer uso de redes sociales, y conocerás las expresiones comunes, además de desarrollar la habilidad de comunicar deseos y planes en inglés. 

El curso sigue el programa de idiomas, basado en las exigencias del MCERL de Principiante Absoluto. Ofrece frases de lenguaje funcionales y escenarios reales y auténticos. Las pruebas cortas y las discusiones te ayudarán a medir tu comprensión y practicar tu inglés.

A lo largo del curso, se te pedirá que compartas tus opiniones, ideas y preguntas con otros alumnos, familia y amigos, ya que creemos que la mejor manera de aprovechar al máximo el curso es practicando tu aprendizaje.

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Units & Goals 

UNIT 1

I. COMMUNICATION GOALS

  • Names and people
  • Identify your classmates
  • How are you?
  • Spell names

II. VOCABULARY

  • The alphabet

III. GRAMMAR

  • The verb “to be”
    – Singular and plural statements
    – Contractions
    – Yes/No questions and short answers
    – Common errors
  • Subject pronouns
  • Articles a/an
  • Nouns
    – Singular and plural
    – Common and proper
UNIT 2

I. COMMUNICATION GOALS

  • Introduce people
  • Tell someone your first and last name
  • Get someone’s contact information

II. VOCABULARY

  • Relationships (non-family)
  • Titles
  • First and Last names
  • Numbers 0-20

III. GRAMMAR

  • Possessive nouns and adjectives
  • Be from / Questions with “Where” & common errors
  • Verb be: information questions with “What” 
UNIT 3

I. COMMUNICATION GOALS

  • Talk about locations
  • Discuss how to get somewhere
  • Discuss transportations

II. VOCABULARY

  • Places near the office
  • Locations
  • Ways to get places
  • Means of transportation
  • Destinations

III. GRAMMAR

  • The verb be: Questions with “Where”
  • The subject pronoun “it”
  • The imperative
  • Express means of transportation

UNIT 4

I. COMMUNICATION GOALS

  • Chit-chat
  • Talk about your family
  • Identify people in your family
  • Describe your relatives

II. VOCABULARY

  • Family relationships
  • Adjectives to describe people
  • Numbers 21-101

III. GRAMMAR

  • Verb be:
    – Questions with “Who” and common -errors
    – With adjectives
    – Questions with “How old”
  • Adverbs very and so
  • Verb have/has: affirmative statements
UNIT 5

I. COMMUNICATION GOALS

  • Confirm that you’re on time
  • Talk about the time of a meeting
  • Chit chat – ask about birthdays

II. VOCABULARY

  • What time is it?
  • Early, on time, late
  • Events
  • Days of the week
  • Ordinal numbers
  • Months of the year

III. GRAMMAR

  • Verb be:
    – Questions about time
  • Prepositions in, on and at for dates and times
  • Common errors
UNIT 6

I. COMMUNICATION GOALS

  • Give and accept compliments for your work
  • Ask for color and sizes
  • Describe clothing

II. VOCABULARY

  • Clothes
  • Colors and sizes
  • Opposite adjectives to describe clothes

III. GRAMMAR

  • The simple present tense: like, want, need and have
    – Affirmative and negative statements
    – Questions and short answers
    – Spelling rules and contractions
  • Adjective placement and common errors
  • One and ones
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Units & Goals 

UNIT 7

I. COMMUNICATION GOALS

  • Talk about morning and evening activities
  • Describe what you do in your free time
  • Talk about your skills

II. VOCABULARY

  • Daily activities at home
  • Leisure activities
  • Skills

III. GRAMMAR

  • The simple present tense: 
    – Third person singular spelling rules
    – Questions with how often, time expressions
    – Questions with “Who” as subject
    – Common errors
  • Frequency adverbs and time expressions
    – Usage, placement, and common errors
UNIT 8

I. COMMUNICATION GOALS

  • Describe where your office/home is
  • Ask about office supplies

II. VOCABULARY

  • Types of buildings
  • Places in your neighborhood
  • Talk about appliances

III. GRAMMAR

  • The simple present tense:
    – Questions with “Where”, prepositions of place
  • There is and there are:
    – Statements and yes/no questions. contractions 
  • Questions with “How many”
UNIT 9

I. COMMUNICATION GOALS

  • Chit-chat: describing the weather
  • Ask colleagues about their activities
  • Discuss plans

II. VOCABULARY

  • Weather expressions
  • Present and future time expressions

III. GRAMMAR

  • The simple present continuous:
    – Statements, form, and usage 
    – Yes/no and information questions
  • Future plans
  • The present participle, spelling rules

UNIT 10

I. COMMUNICATION GOALS

  • Let’s talk about money 
  • Currency
  • How to buy stuff  you need?

II. VOCABULARY

  • Quantities 
  • USD Currency

III. GRAMMAR

  • Count nouns and non-count nouns:
    – Meaning and form
    – Common errors
  • Count nouns: How many / Are there any
  • Non-count nouns: How much / Is there any
  • The simple present tense and the present continuous: usage and common errors
UNIT 11

I. COMMUNICATION GOALS

  • Tell someone about a past event 
  • Describe past activities
  • Talk about leisure activities

II. VOCABULARY

  • Past-time expressions
  • Leisure activities, outdoors

III. GRAMMAR

  • The past tense of “be”:
    – Statements, questions, and contractions
  • The simple past tense
  • Regular and irregular verbs
  • Statement, questions, and short answers
UNIT 12

I. COMMUNICATION GOALS

  • Describe appearance
  • Show concern about an injury
  • Suggest a remedy

II. VOCABULARY

  • Healthcare basic vocabulary
  • Body parts 
  • Accidents and injuries

III. GRAMMAR

  • Describing people with “be” and have
  • Should + base form for advice
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