Full English Course: Advanced Level
- 2.5 hours on-demand video
- 1 min on-demand audio
- 4 articles
- 26 downloadable resources
- 2 Practice Tests
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- Have a deep knowledge of advanced English grammar.
- Perfect your listening skills through practing different accents.
- Increase your understanding of more complex readings.
- Improve your speaking to have fluent conversations.
- Expand your vocabulary range.
- Be well prepared for your English exams.
- I strongly recommend taking the Pre-Intermediate and Intermediate courses before taking this course.
This course includes:
Couse structured in Grammar Packs & Practise Packs with everything you need to improve your English easily.
Subtitled video lectures explaining the grammar topics in a very easy to understand way.
You will practise everything by doing exercises.
Lots of resources and exercises to practise your listening in different accents and real TV examples.
You will also improve your reading, pronunciation, spelling, and increase your vocabulary.
Monitor your progress with Review Tests along the course.
Downloadable material on pdf format.
Check the course curriculum for the specific content of this course.
Over 81 lectures and more than 2.5 hours of video lectures.
This course contains the equivalent grammar and vocabulary to:
The “First Certificate Exam (FCE)" level from the Cambridge University in the UK.
The B2 level in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
A 87-109 points at the TOEFL exam (Test Of English as a Foreign Language).
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN: (COURSE CONTENT)
In this course you will gain an extensive grammar knowledge needed for the official exams as well as practicing lots of vocabulary, listenings, readings, pronunciation, translations, dictations, spellings .
You will learn the how to create and the differences in use between most verb tenses such as Present Perfect Simple or Present Perfect Continuous, between Past Perfect Simple and Past Perfect Continuous, or between all the different verb tenses we can use for the future, like Future Simple, Be going to, Present Continuous, Present Simple,Future Continuous, Future Perfect or to be about to.
You will know the differences and when to use an adjective ending in +ed or +ing, as well as how to create a Passive form in any verb tense, the Passive with Reporting verbs, or the Passive with two objects.
You will also find videos explaining how to create a modal verb structure for the past, and the Third Conditional structure.
In the last section you will learn one of the most difficult grammar lessons, that is when we can ommit a Relative clause or when we can´t, and the differences between a Defining and a Non-defining Relative Clause and their implications.
WHAT YOU WILL GAIN AFTER THE COURSE:
After finishing this four courses you will be able to have a proficient level in English, being capable of understanding advanced readings, and understanding English TV perfectly, as well as having an advanced conversation in English.
- This course is oriented to students who want to improve their English from a high level to an advanced level.
If you are starting this Advanced Course, that means that you are supposed to know almost all verb tenses in English and their differences in use.
You have seen them all in the lessons from previous courses, so if you don´t remember them please go back to there where you will find all the videos explaining all Simple tenses, all Continuous tenses, and all Perfect tenses.
You need to remember why you would use a verb tense instead of the other, based on the theory and use of each verb and their "Hint words" to help you decide.
Please make sure you completely understand when to use each of the verb tenses you have done.
In the previous lesson you have seen when to use both, a Present Perfect Simple tense and a Continuous tense.
Look at the table below to check the differences in use from these two verb tenses.
Remember that we have three methods to identify which verb to use.