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Beginner A1

Unit 1: Hello! How are you?
- Am/is/are, my/your/his/her.
- Numbers and plurals.
Unit 2: Our world, countries.
- Adjectives, describing places.
- Questions about you.
Unit 3: Family and friends.
- Describing people.
- Have/has.
- On the phone.
Unit 4: The way I live.
- Present Simple.
- A/an articles.
- How much is it? Prices.
Unit 5: Everyday situations.
- Adverbs of frequency.
- Days of the week.
- Prepositions of time.
Unit 6: My favorites.
- Question words: who? where? why? how?
- This/that; these/those.
- Writing a holiday postcard.
Unit 7: Times past!
- Was/were born.
- People and jobs.
- When`s your birthday?
Unit 8: We had a great time!
- Past Simple: regular and irregular verbs.
- Seasons.
Unit 9: I can do that!
- Can/can`t.
- Sports and leisure.
- Making requests and offers.
Unit 10: Here and now!
- Present Continuous.
- Colors and clothes.
Unit 11: It`s time to go!
- Future plans.
- Means of transport.
- A mini autobiography.

Elementary A1-A2

Unit 1: Introducing yourself.
- Everyday conversations.
- Possessive adjectives.
- Verbs have/go/live/like and useful phrases.
Unit 2: People and their jobs.
- Present Simple: questions and negatives.
- Telling the time.
Unit 3: My perfect weekend.
- Free time activities.
- Present Simple: adverbs of frequency.
- An application form - giving personal information.
Unit 4: Somewhere to live.
- Describing your home.
- Some/any/a lot of/many/much.
- Adjectives for good and bad.
Unit 5: Life`s ups and downs.
- Dates to remember.
- Past Simple, time expressions and usage.
- Describing feelings.
Unit 6: Eat in or out?
- Food and drink.
- Shopping in the High Street and your daily needs.
- Expressions of quantity.
- Writing an informal email.
Unit 7: City living, megacities.
- Comparative and superlative adjectives.
- Writing about your capital city.
Unit 8: Where on Earth are you?
- Present Continuous vs Present Simple.
- Somebody/nobody/something/anything/nothing/everywhere.
Unit 9: We`re off to see the world!
- Describing a holiday.
- To be going to (future).
- What`s the weather like? A weather forecast.
Unit 10: I have never been there!
- Present Perfect.
- Ever and never; already, just and yet.
- Transport and travel.

Pre-intermediate A2-B1

Unit 1: Getting to know you.
- Tenses: present, past, future.
- Verbs of similar meaning.
- Describing friends.
Unit 2: Whatever makes you happy.
- Present tenses.
- Things I like doing.
- Have/have got usage.
Unit 3: What`s in the news?
- Past tenses: Past Simple vs Past Continuous.
- Radio news items, retelling a news story.
Unit 4: Eat, drink and be merry!
- Unusual places to eat.
- Expressions of quantity.
- Articles.
Unit 5: Hopes for the future.
- Verb patterns.
- Future forms: going to, will and Present Continuous.
- Literal and idiomatic phrasal verbs.
Unit 6: Living history.
- Present Perfect: unfinished past with for and since; indefinite past; ever and never.
- Family history.
- Researching a famous person, writing a biography.
Unit 7: Girls and boys.
- Modal verbs: must, have to, should.
- Things to wear and what they are made of.
- Writing a formal letter.
Unit 8: Time for a story.
- Past Perfect. Narrative tenses.
- Exclamations with so and such.
- Joining sentences - conjunctions.
Unit 9: Our interactive world.
- Passive voice.
- Modern inventions.
- Usage of linking words.
Unit 10: Life`s what you make it!
- Present Perfect Continuous. Tense review.
- Completing an application form.
Unit 11: Life, the Universe and everything.
- Conditional sentences.
- Prepositional phrases.
- Writing a summary.

Intermediate B1

Unit 1: A world of difference.
- Naming tenses: Present, Past, Future.
- Parts of speech and meaning, word formation.
- Writing an informal letter, finding and correcting mistakes.
Unit 2: The working week.
- Present tenses. Active and passive.
- Free-time activities. Positive and negative adjectives.
- Differences in formal and informal writing.
Unit 3: Good times, bad times.
- Past tenses, used to.
- Spelling and pronunciation, lost sounds.
- Giving opinions, making an opinion stronger.
Unit 4: Getting it right.
- Kids then and now. Rules for life.
- Advice, obligation and permission. Modal and related verbs.
- Literal and idiomatic phrasal verbs.
Unit 5: Our changing world.
- World weather warnings. Life fifty years from now.
- Future forms. Future possibilities - may, might, could.
- Word building. Suffixes and prefixes, changing word stress.
Unit 6: What matters to me.
- Describing people, places and things.
- Information questions.
- Writing about your favorite room.
Unit 7: No fear! Dangerous journeys in history.
- Fears and phobias. The psychologist`s view.
- Verb patterns. Spoken English - the reduced infinitive.
- Body language, idioms.
Unit 8: It depends how you look at it.
- Conditionals. Perfect infinitive.
- Words with similar meaning.
- Pros and cons. Writing a discursive essay.
Unit 9: All things high tech.
- Architecture old and new. Famous cities and towns.
- Noun phrases. Compound nouns.
- Reflexive pronouns and each other.
Unit 10: Seeing is believing.
- The adventures of Sherlock Holmes.
- Modals of probability.
- Expressing attitude, informal writing.
Unit 11: People who changed the world.
- Reported speech. Reporting verbs.
- Reported questions. Reported commands.
- Writing a thank-you email.

Upper-intermediate B2

Unit 1: Home and away!
- Pros and cons of living abroad.
- The tense system.
- Compound words.
Unit 2: Been there, got the T-shirt!
- Pollution and environmental problems.
- Simple and continuous aspects.
- Hot verbs: make and do.
- Writing a formal letter or email.
Unit 3: News and views.
- Narrative tenses.
- Echo questions and reply questions.
- Talking about books and films.
Unit 4: The naked truth.
- Secrets and lies.
- Questions and negatives.
- Saying the opposite. Antonyms in context.
- Linking ideas, conjunctions.
Unit 5: Looking ahead.
- Employment, education, training.
- Future forms.
- Hot verbs: take, put.
- Applying for a job: CV and covering letter.
Unit 6: Hitting the big time.
- Advertising and its effectiveness.
- Expressions of quantity.
- A consumer survey. Business expressions.
Unit 7: Getting along!
- Modals and related verbs.
- Declarative questions, questions expressing surprise.
- For and against essay.
Unit 8: How remarkable!
- Relative clauses.
- Talking about experiences in extreme weather conditions.
- Adverb collocations. Exclamations.
Unit 9: The way we were.
- Living in the past.
- Expressing habits.
- Homonyms and homophones.
Unit 10: Over my dead body!
- Modal auxiliary verbs in the past.
- Metaphors and idioms.
- Adding emphasis in writing.
Unit 11: Time flies!
- Discussing your time management.
- Hot words: life and time.
- Expressions with if.

Advanced C1

Unit 1: Communication.
- Solving communication problems.
- The continuous aspect, state verbs.
- The perfect aspect.
- Note-taking, structure of talks.
Unit 2: Environment.
- Local environmental issues, global warming.
- Indirect questions.
- Writing a questionnaire.
Unit 3: Sport.
- Discussing sport and games, men and women in sport.
- Definite and zero articles.
- Formal expressions, essay writing.
Unit 4: Medicine.
- Plans, arrangements, predictions. Future tenses.
- Medical terms: people, conditions and treatments.
- Evaluating resources on the Internet, writing short reports.
Unit 5: Transport.
- Transport in the future, safety features.
- Modal verbs (past and future).
- Describing graphs, charts and tables.
Unit 6: Literature.
- Types of writing, people in literature.
- Narrative tenses, used to/would.
- Negotiation skills, proposing, bargaining.
Unit 7: Architecture.
- Describing buildings, interview with an architect.
- Passive voice, passive infinitive, discourse uses.
- Talking about requirements, identifying fact and opinion.
Unit 8: Globalisation.
- Positive and negative aspects of globalisation.
- Verb patterns. Have something done.
- Writing a summary.
Unit 9: Art.
- Exhibitions and opinions of them.
- Position of adverbs in the sentence.
- Giving an informal presentation.
Unit 10: Psychology.
- Psychological profiling, team roles.
- Relative clauses: comment clauses, use of prepositions.
- Writing a discursive essay.
Unit 11: Culture.
- Cultural differences, aspects of culture, culture shock.
- Reported speech, reporting verbs.
- Giving a formal presentation.
Unit 12: Technology.
- Technological progress and its benefits.
- Conditional sentences, alternatives to if.
- Writing a scientific article.