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Curso de inglés C 1 Advanced Granollers

Curso de inglés C 1  Advanced Granollers

Los curso de inglés están estructurados por diferentes niveles de aprendizaje según : Marco Común Europeo de Referencia para las lenguas. Unos de los cursos de mayor importancia para los estudiante es el  Curso de inglés C 1 advanced Granollers,  donde ellos pueden comenzar a profundizar en cuestiones tales de conversación o bien más gramáticas aplicadas a la vida cotidiana y writing , además de realización de exposiciones orales  y debates dependiendo el objetivo que persigamos.

¿ Qué aprenderemos en el nivel C1 (Dominio operativo eficaz) ?

El estudiante es  capaz de comprender una amplia variedad de textos extensos y con cierto nivel de exigencia, así como reconocer en ellos sentidos implícitos. Sabe expresarse de forma fluida y espontánea sin muestras muy evidentes de esfuerzo para encontrar la expresión adecuada. Puede hacer un uso flexible y efectivo del idioma para fines sociales, académicos y profesionales. Puede producir textos claros, bien estructurados y detallados sobre temas de cierta complejidad, mostrando un uso correcto de los mecanismos de organización, articulación y cohesión del texto.

Curso de inglés C 1 Advanced Granollers

¿ Qué habilidades y destrezas lingüísticas desarrollara el alumno?

Comprensión auditiva

El alumno comprende discursos extensos incluso cuando no están estructurados con claridad y cuando las relaciones están sólo implícitas y no se señalan explícitamente.

Comprende sin mucho esfuerzo los programas de televisión y las películas.

Comprensión de lectura

El alumno comprende textos largos y complejos de carácter literario o basados en hechos, apreciando distinciones de estilo.

Comprende artículos especializados e instrucciones técnicas largas, aunque no se relacionen con su especialidad

Interacción oral

El estudiante se expresa con fluidez y espontaneidad sin tener que buscar de forma muy evidente las expresiones adecuadas. Utiliza el lenguaje con flexibilidad y eficacia para fines sociales y profesionales. Formula ideas y opiniones con precisión y relaciono sus intervenciones hábilmente con las de otros hablantes.

Expresión oral

El estudiante presenta descripciones claras y detalladas sobre temas complejos que incluyen otros temas, desarrollando ideas concretas y terminando con una conclusión apropiada.

Expresión escrita

El estudiante es  capaz de expresarse en textos claros y bien estructurados exponiendo puntos de vista con cierta extensión. Puedo escribir sobre temas complejos en cartas, redacciones o informes resaltando lo que considero que son aspectos importantes. Selecciona el estilo apropiado para los lectores a los que van dirigidos mis escritos.incluso puedo estar en la capacidad de pedir un empleo

Fuente : https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marco_Común_Europeo_de_Referencia_para_las_lenguas

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NOT is an adverb of negation

GRAMMAR
 NOT    is an adverb of negation, it is placed after the verb.
e.g  ,  CONJUGATION :     to be
VERB: to be
in 1º the persons singular 
I       am   not reading
In 3º person singular
SHE   is  not studying
 HE is not  speaking
  IT   IS  not saying
in all the persons
 YOU are not  running
WE are not  looking
THEY  are not giving    
This is called INDICATIVE MOOD IN PRESENT TENSES.

THE PRESENT PARTICIPLE


THE PRESENT PARTICIPLE 
The present participle of all the verbs is formed by adding ( ING ) TO the root of the 
verb. E.g
 To read       —— reading                       to speak  —— speaking
To study    —— studying                       to  listen  —— listening
To say —– saying                                    to run  — running
To   look  —– looking                             to give  —— giving 
Also, we place before the present participle ( ING ) the verb to Be.
VERB: to be
in 1º the persons singular
I       am  reading
In 3º person singular
SHE   is studying
 HE is  speaking
  IT   IS  saying
in all the persons
 YOU are  running
WE are looking
THEY  are giving    
The function of the present participle in this case is as a  GERUND.

TONGUE TWISTER

1.      TONGUE TWISTER
     RED BULB BLUE BULB RED BULB BLUEBULB   
     RED BLOOD BLUE BLOOD”     

CAN

GRAMMAR
CAN  is special verbs because has  NO  inflection to show the gender and the number. . In all the persons  IT  will be the same.
e.g  ,  CONJUGATION :     CAN
VERB:  CAN
in all the persons
  I / YOU / WE / THEY       CAN
  In 3º person singular
SHE / HE / IT   CAN 
This is called INDICATIVE MOOD IN PRESENT TENSES.

prioritize

pri·or·i·tize also Brit pri·or·i·tise Listen to audio/praɪˈorəˌtaɪz/ verb
 

pri·or·i·tiz·es; pri·or·i·tized; pri·or·i·tiz·ing

1 : to organize (things) so that the most important thing is done or dealt with first [+ obj] It’s always difficult to prioritize work, school, and family. [no obj] If you want to do your job efficiently, you have to learn to prioritize.

2 [+ obj] : to make (something) the most important thing in a group
The town council hopes to prioritize the bridge construction project at the next meetin

INFRASTRUCTURE

in·fra·struc·ture Listen to audio/ˈɪnfrəˌstrʌkɚ/ noun
 

plural in·fra·struc·tures

: the basic equipment and structures (such as roads and bridges) that are needed for a country, region, or organization to function properly [noncount] More money is needed to save the crumbling infrastructure of the nation’s rural areas. We need to spend more money on maintaining and repairing infrastructure. [count] town/city infrastructures
— in·fra·struc·tur·al Listen to audio /ˈɪnfrəˌstrʌkərəl/ adjective
infrastructural maintenance and repair

TO CUDDLE

cud·dle Listen to audio/ˈkʌd/ verb
 

cud·dles; cud·dled; cud·dling
 

1 [+ obj] : to hold (someone or something) in your arms in order to show affection
He cuddled the puppy.

 

2 [no obj] : to lie or sit close together
Let’s cuddle by the fire.often + up They cuddled up under the blanket. They cuddled up to each other. He cuddled up with a good book. [=he sat down in a comfortable position and began reading a good book]

— cuddle noun, plural cuddles [count]
She gave the children a cuddle.

PHRASAL VERBS – COME

come Listen to audio/ˈkʌm/ verb comes; came Listen to audio/ˈkeɪm/; come; com·ing


 

come up [phrasal verb]

1 : to move near to someone or something : to approach someone or something
He came (right) up (to me) and introduced himself.

 

2 a : to be mentioned or thought of
That issue never came up. [=arose] A question has come up about the budget. I was surprised when his name came up as a possible candidate for the job.
b : to occur in usually a sudden or unexpected way
She seems to be ready to deal with any problem that may come up. [=arise] Something has come up and I won’t be able to attend the meeting. We need to be ready to take action if an opportunity comes up.

 

3 of the sun or moon : to become visible in the sky : to rise
She was already awake when the sun came up.

 

4 of a plant : to first appear above the ground
in the spring, when the daffodils and tulips are coming up

 

5 : to finish in a specified condition or state
I flipped the coin and it came up heads/tails. The shot came up short. [=the shot did not go far enough]

 

6 : to move up in rank or status
an officer who came up from/through the ranks [=who started as an ordinary soldier and rose to become an officer]

 

7 Something that is coming up will happen soon or will appear soon.
With the election coming up, both candidates are spending all their time on the campaign trail. Our interview with the mayor is coming (right) up after this commercial. I’d like a turkey sandwich and a glass of lemonade, please. Coming right up! [=the sandwich and lemonade will be served to you very quickly]

 
come up against [phrasal verb]

come up against (something) : to be stopped or slowed by (something)
The proposal has come up against some opposition. [=there is some opposition to the proposal]
come up empty

: to fail to get or find something or someone
The police searched the area for clues but came up empty. [=they did not find any clues]
 
come upon

[phrasal verb] somewhat formal

1 come upon (someone or something) : to meet or find (someone or something) by chance
As they turned the corner, they came upon an unexpected scene. While researching the town’s history, she came upon some surprising new information about its first mayor.

 

2 come upon (someone) of a feeling : to affect (someone) suddenly
An urge to travel suddenly came upon him. [=he suddenly felt an urge to travel]

 
come up to [phrasal verb]

come up to (something) : to be as good as (something)
The movie didn’t come up to our expectations. [=was not as good as we expected it to be]
come up with [phrasal verb
 
come up with (something) : to get or think of (something that is needed or wanted)
We finally came up with a solution (to our problem). He came up with an interesting new method of improving the factory’s efficiency. He’ll be in a lot of trouble if he doesn’t come up with the money he owes.
come what may

: regardless of what happens
He promised to support her, come what may.

easy come, easy go

PREFIXES – ONE WAY TO INCREASE YOUR VOCABULARY

“Prefixes

One way to increase your vocabulary is to learn to reoganize and to use prefixes.

A prefix: is one or two more syllables palced in front of  a root word to change the meaning of the root

Prefix         root                   new word

Dis          +   appear     =          disappear

Re            +  appear     =          reappear

Pre          +   appear     =          preappear

Some prefixes have a single, unchanging meaning.

Prefixes Having a Single Meaning

Prefix                Meaning                Example

Bene-                  good                       benefit

Circum             around               circumscribe

Equi                   equal                     equidisntat

Extra-                  outside          extracurricular

Intra                   within             intrastate

Intro                  into                  intospect




Prefix                Meaning                Example

Mal –                   bad                       maltreat

Mis-                    wrong                   misspell

Non –                    not                      nonworking  

Pre –                    before                  predawn

Sub –          under or below              subzero

 

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